Visit Our Community, New Hampshire
Above, a long driveway in our town on an autumn afternoon, and from left to right, top row below our iconic covered bridge, our quaint, clapboard post office, and a view of our red brick church on a snowy morning in March and, bottom row, a basket of pumpkins waiting for Halloween in the late-afternoon sun, a bicycle and basket of flowers, and centuries-old homes waiting for you on Main Street.
Our town is no longer a well kept secret.
Over the years, more and more tourists from across the Northeast and Eastern Canada have been coming to our town during the four seasons to immerse themselves in our well preserved colonial architecture, our natural scenery and to make friends among our affable residents who love to meet and talk with visitors in the parks and cafes. And, more and more if them have been returning year after year to reconnect with new old friends whom they’ve met on prior visits.
Where to Stay
Sleep in a lavishly appointed guestroom, like those at Ed’s Beds, pictured above.
Where to Eat
Eat Lobster or Die in one of our multiple fine- and casual-dining establishments.
What to Do
Go skiing at one of three major ski resorts within a 30-minute drive of our town.
Our small town has become well known for the warmth of its residents who love to befriend visitors as much as visitors here have loved to come and be befriended. Our town is surrounded by natural beauty, near mountains, beaches, lakes and ponds, as well as hiking and biking trails for enthusiasts of all skill levels, and our local historical society operates a museum with seasonally rotating exhibits of local art and artifacts that draws many regular visitors back annually.
(Our town) is easy to find, but not always so easy to leave. Click on the following interactive links for driving directions to Our Town from Boston, Hartford, New York City, Montreal, Quebec City or anywhere else.
Come to our town and get befriended, again and again!