Welcome to our selection of holiday rentals in New Hampshire.
New Hampshire is home to the natural granite formation of ‘Old Man of the Mountain’. Measuring 40 feet from chin to forehead, nature carved this profile thousands of years ago. New Hampshire is very popular with tourists in summer and winter and offers a wide range of activities when you want to take a break from everyday life.
The Flume is a beautiful place to visit any time of the year. It’s a park designed for everyone and you can easily manage the bridges and stairs over treacherous terrain and water bodies. It has hiking trails, waterfalls and an 800-foot gorge. A visit in June, however, makes the trip memorable, as the colors seem more spectacular at this time of the year.
The Canon Mountain Aerial Tramway offers an aerial view all the way to Canada on a clear day from the top of the 4,180’ Cannon Mountain. Take a trip back in time by visiting the oldest covered bridge in the nation. It is open only to foot traffic though. While back in time, do visit the oldest general store, The Brick Store’, dating back to 1790 which, at one time, used to dispense ‘Snake oil’ remedies.
While here, you have to visit the Mount Washington Cog Railway. It is one-of-a-kind ride that has some of the steepest tracks in the world. In fact, the steep grade makes the people in the front of the train 14 feet higher than those in the back! It offers some spectacular views and on some days you seem to be climbing over the clouds. On a clear day, you can see four states and Canada along with the Atlantic Ocean! How’s that for some long distance viewing?!
Talking of spectacular views, don’t miss the scenic trip down the Kancamagus Highway. The best scenic drive in the state with overlooks, winding roads and spectacular roads, it is not to be missed.
Whether you go here by foot or road, Frankenstein’s Trestle is the sight to behold. It is a wooden trestle that bridges a gap between the mountains and gives the impression of dangling precariously at its edge.
At the Glen Ellis Falls, you can watch the water cascade from a 64-foot drop into a turquoise pool. If that’s not too high, head to the Arethusa falls to see the highest waterfall in the state at 200 feet.
You can drive to Moose Alley in Pittsburg to see and take pictures of the congregating moose. On Route 4, you can step into one of the many antique shops to pick up a unique one of a kind collectible.
We are sorry but at the present time we do not have any holiday rentals available in New Hampshire.
Things to do
Atlantic Whale Watching
New Hampshire offers the rare and exciting opportunity to observe whales and dolphins from a boat. Its best to book the trip before arrival as these trips are popular amongst visitors. A range of whales can be seen including fin whales, humpback whales and minke whales.
USS Albacore Museum
The USS Albacore was a submarine pioneer of the cigar shape that is now used as the standard submarine design. Today the submarine can be toured and exhibits such as the propeller field display a range of propellers used by submarines of different types. Visitors can also view the inside of the sub and see all the rooms from the crew quarters to the control room.
Captains Cove Adventure Golf
Set in stunning countryside, Captains Cove Adventure Golf is a special mini-golf course with waterfalls, rivers and laced with natural beauty. The course is challenging and fun as well as pleasing to the eye.
Liquid Planet Water Park
Liquid Planet Water Park is located in Candia and offers a range of typical waterpark attractions including twisting waterslides water cannons and other fun-slides and pools. The park also includes a café and a mini golf course.
Canobie Lake Park
Canobie Lake Park is one of the top amusement parks in New Hampshire and has a variety of rides and attractions including thrilling roller coasters such as the corkscrew. The park also contains water rides and flumes and hosts live entertainment and games such as the “3 Point Challenge” in a basketball court.
Six Gun City Amusement Park
Six Gun City is an old-west style amusement park with several modern attractions thrown into the mix. As well as old-west attractions such as horse riding and an old west style town, visitors can also enjoy water slides, flumes, karting, paddle boats, lazer tag, bumper boats and more.
New Hampshire’s busiest airport is the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport. The states international airport is the Portsmouth International Airport at Pease.
The state capital of New Hampshire is Concord. The states largest city is Manchester and other cities of note include Lebanon, Portsmouth and Berlin.
The climate in New Hampshire tends to provide humid and warm summers and cold, wet winters. During the winter the state sees snowfall ranging from 60 to 100 inches. Summer temperatures tend to reach into the high 20s °C and in winter temperatures can drop to almost –20°C.
New Hampshire is located in the northeastern United States in the New England region. The state borders Quebec, Canada to the north and the states of Massachusetts, Vermont and Maine. The state also has a short stretch of Atlantic coastline.