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New Hampshire Regions 1. Great North Woods
Diverse culture mix here do to the region's close proximity to Maine, New Hampshire and Quebec, Canada, and nowhere else in the state is the forest so profound and peaceful. The region is ideal for camping, hunting, fishing, bird watching and simply enjoying the great outdoors. Among the attractions are: Bisson's Sugar House in Berlin; Graymist Farm in Groveton; Northern Forest Heritage Park in Berlin; and Shrine of Our Lady of Grace in Colebrook.

2. The White Mountains
This region is home to Mount Washington, New England's highest peak and a wide range of wonderful inns, lodges, hotels, restaurants, great things to do and see or just relax. It's one of New England's most popular year-round destinations. Among the things to see and do are: Attitash Bear Peak & Grand Summit Resort; Clark's Trading Post; Conway Scenic Railroad in North Conway; Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center in Gorham; Littleton Grist Mill in Littleton; Loon Reservation Service in Lincoln; Mount Washington in Gorham; Mount Washington Cog Railway in Bretton Woods; Six Gun City & Fort Splash Water Park in Jefferson; White Mountains Attractions in North Woodstock; Franconia Notch Vacations in Franconia; Heritage-New Hampshire, Next to Story Land in Glen; Lost River Gorge & Boulder Caves in North Woodstock; Purity Spring Resort in Madison; Saco Bound, Inc. & Rapid River Rafting, Inc. in Center Conway; Santa's Village in Jefferson; and Story Lannd.


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Northern Zermatt Inn and Hotel
Route 3 . Twin Mountain . New Hampshire 03595
Toll Free: 800.535.3214 | E-Mail: info@zermattinn.com | Website

Inn: Charming guest rooms have a "country" flavor - each has a private bath with shower, queen or double bed, some available with Cable TV.

Motel: Large, air conditioned rooms with two double beds, full bath, and color cable TV, some with mini-fridge and microwave, others with Kitchenettes.

Cottage Suites: Air conditioned units with private entrances, separate sun decks, full bath and color cable TV. Queen size bed with mini-kitchen.

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3. Dartmouth and Lake Sunapee
The Connecticut River has played a major role in the history of the region. It was a guide to early settlers and on its banks are wonderful and quaint villages. This region is home to Dartmouth College, an Ivy League school. The town in which the college resides, Hanover, is quintessentially New England. The region is rich in history and a great deal to do and see, among them are: Mount Kearsarge Indian Museum in Warner; Beaver Pond Farm in Newport; Brokenridge Farm in Cornish Flat; Fox Hollow Farm in Hanover; MV Mount Sunapee in Sunapee; MV MT Sunapee II Boat Tours & Party Charters in New London; Putnam Brothers Sugar House in Charlestown; Ruggles Mine in Grafton; Shrine of Our Lady of La Salette in Enfield; and Washington Historical Society and Museum in Washington.

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4. The Lakes Region
If it's lakes you seek, this is the region to visit, where there are 273 lakes and ponds. Among the more popular are: Winnesquam, Newfound, Squam and 72-square mile Lake Winnipesaukee, the largest lake in the state. Among the things to see and do in the state are: Castle in the Clouds in Holderness; Squam Lake (Golden pond) in Holderness; Mount Washington Cruises in Laconia; Squam Lakes Natural Science Center in Holderness; Chebacco Dude Ranch in South Effingham; Hampshire Pewter in Wolfeboro; Wright Museum in Wolfeboro; New Hampshire Boat Museum in Wolfeboro Falls; Squam Lake Tours in Holderness; Wolfeboro Croquet Club in Wolfeboro Falls; Belknap Mill Society in Laconia; Daytona Fun Park in Laconia; Funsport Family Amusement Center in Weirs Beach; Funspot in Weirs Beach; Jet Ski Rentals on Lake Winnipesaukee in Laconia; Kellerhaus in Weirs Beach; and Laconia Ice Arena in Laconia.

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5. Monadnock
Here rolling farmland and 200-year-old inns dot the landscape. As do antique shops. And in Keene, there's plenty of sophistication. It's the perfect place for a full vacation or a weekend getaway. There's plenty to do and see, among the places of interest are: Alyson's Orchard in Walpole; Bacon's Sugar House in Jaffrey; Ballooning Adventures in Hillsboro; Bascom Maple Farms Inc. in Alstead; Cathedral of the Pines in Rindge; Chesterfield Gorge Natural Area in Winchester; Echo Farm Incorporated in Hinsdale; Friendly Farm in Dublin; Keene Swamp Bats in Keene; and My Old Farm Pure Maple Sugar in Winchester.

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6. Merrimack Valley
Merrimack is home to Manchester, a town rich in history as the largest producer of textiles in the late 1800s. Indeed, history is everywhere in this region. It's also the residence of Concord, the state's capital. And Nashua was tapped as the best place to live in 1987 and 1997 by Money magazine. Among the things to do and see are: Canobie Lake Park in Salem; Canterbury Shaker Village in Canterbury; Charmingfare Farm in Candia; Christa McAuliffe Planetarium in Concord; Currier Museum of Art in Manchester; America's Stonehenge, Mystery Hill in North Salem; Anheuser - Busch Budweiser Tours in Merrimack; Canterbury Fair in Canterbury; Little Red Doll House at Beauvais Castle in Manchester; Museum of New Hampshire History in Concord; Stonyfield Farm Yogurt, Inc. in Londonderry; Amoskeag Bingo Center in Manchester; Ballooning Center of New Hampshire in Derry; Boutwell's Bowling Center in Concord; Brookdale Fruit Farm in Hollis; Charmingfare Farm, Inc. in Candia; Douglas N. Everett Ice Skating Arena in Concord; and First Place Science and Technology Center in Manchester.

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7. Seacoast
This is the birthplace of New Hampshire and there are wonderful opportunities here to visit history, especially in Portsmouth, which is home to the house owned by American Revolutionary War hero John Paul Jones. The beaches here are beautiful, as well. This is a wonderful region to spend a vacation antiquing, boating, swimming or just relaxing. Among the things to see and do are: Isles of Shoals Steamship Company in Portsmouth; Lago's Lone Oak Ice Cream in Rye; Portsmouth Harbour Trail in Portsmouth; Strawbery Banke Museum in Portsmouth; Children's Museum of Portsmouth in Portsmouth; Portsmouth Brewery in Portsmouth; Portsmouth Harbor Cruises in Portsmouth; Redhook Ale Brewery in Portsmouth; Seabrook Greyhound Park in Seabrook; Smuttynose Brewing Company in Portsmouth; Albacore Park in Portsmouth; Applecrest Farm Orchards in Hampton Falls; Atlantic Queen II in Rye; Buc's Lagoon Mini Golf in Hampton; Casino Cascade Water Slide in Hampton; Casino Mini-Golf in Hampton; Epping Public Skating Rink & Tennis Courts in Epping; Fuller Garden in Hampton; and Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom in Hampton.

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