Resting on a hillside with sweeping views of the Connecticut River Valley, the Chesterfield Inn is
One of the best ways to experience the beauty of New England is with a visit to New Hampshire. From the towering mountains to the elegant seacoast, there is something for everyone. Whether you are visiting The Granite State for romance, to destress, or to explore the incredible scenery, the best bed and breakfast in New Hampshire awaits.
Things to See & Do
New Hampshire’s nickname, The Granite State, is an ode to the immense amount of granite found in its mountains. These ranges are home to some of the best hiking routes in New England as well as the highest peak in the Northeastern part of the United States — Mt. Washington. During the warmer months, you can take gorgeous trails through lush forests to breathtaking scenic overlooks. In the winter, ski slopes are back in season!
Outdoor adventure also awaits on Lake Winnipesaukee. Rent a boat to visit one of the quaint lakefront towns such as Meredith. Browse the boutiques and shops, then grab a bite to eat! For a more leisurely activity, you could always visit a winery or brewery. Among the most popular are the Anheuser-Busch Brewery and Seven Birches Winery. Whichever property you choose to stay in, you’ll be close to countless things to do.
Where to Eat & Drink
When you book a room at the best bed and breakfast in New Hampshire, you’ll have access to classic New England cuisine. The state borders Maine, so indulging in Maine lobster is a must! Dip the tender meat in decadent melted butter or have it on a roll. Among other fresh seafood favorites are fried clams and clam chowder. If ocean fare doesn’t interest you, opt for farm-to-table cuisine at one of the many restaurants in the state. Make sure to end your day with freshly-made ice cream from one of the dairy farms! When you stay in New Hampshire, you’ll find that many of the dishes in the state are homemade with local ingredients.
Best Time to Visit
The best time to visit New Hampshire depends on what you are looking to do. This is one of the northernmost states in the U.S., so it experiences all four seasons and never gets too hot. In the winter, many flock to The Granite State for skiing, snowboarding, and other snow-related activities. As winter turns to spring, the weather gets a bit warmer and is perfect for outdoor adventure. Summer brings warm weather; if you’re looking to go to the beach or get out on the water on a lake, this is the time to visit! Fall is a favorite time of many to visit. The scent of fresh apple cider donuts fills the air as the leaves change on the trees from green to red and yellow.
Where to Stay
Which is the best bed and breakfast in New Hampshire? That’s for you to decide! Browse through our properties below to choose the perfect one for you. Each embodies everything you’d want in a getaway. With breathtaking views, historic appeal, and unique features, Select Registry offers a unique way to experience the area.
Come and unwind at the Lake House at Ferry Point, the only lakefront bed and breakfast in Lakes
Outstanding hospitality and memorable dining define New Hampshire's oldest inn, the Hancock
Only 6 miles from North Conway yet right in the middle of nowhere, The Darby Field Inn quietly
You’ll find that “The quiet, relaxed, cozy atmosphere makes this a great romantic retreat.” ~
Reawaken your senses at a relaxing, intimate, cozy inn located in the White Mountains of New
Get away from it all, relax and rejuvenate at our comfortable granite manor house, completed in
A Boutique Hotel de Charme
Sugar Hill Inn is a romantic getaway known for fine dining, original art, stylish guest rooms, and
Historic inn on the shores of Pleasant Lake with award-winning lakeside fine dining
“providing the best in service, hospitality, and attention to detail”
Overlooking Squam Lake, this turn-of-the-century estate provides the warmth and charm of a country