New Hampshire Inns

By: Mel Joelle

Fall, in New Hampshire, is probably the most beautiful season to go sightseeing, and to enjoy the wonders of New England at its very best. From the western Monadnock Region to the eastern Atlantic coastline, and from the Canadian to the southern Massachusetts border, there is exceptional panoply of beauty and deliciousness. New Hampshire is host to hundreds of inns and bed-and-breakfasts. Each one of them is a gem in itself. Add to that, the colorful foliage and the flavorful foods, and you can understand why New Hampshire virtually explodes with tourism each fall!

You could easily spend a good month touring the beauty and specialness that is uniquely New Hampshire in the fall, and many do! Locals as well as southern visitors are all anxious to see the foliage that bursts into vibrant colors in late September to late October. Tourists, hungry for the beauty of nature, also soon discover the tantalizing tastes that are bountiful in New Hampshire’s native foods and eateries.

From the south, you can easily travel up the middle of the state on route 93N. That long highway takes you all the way up into the beautiful White Mountains National Forest. That route is only a couple hours or so, but make sure you plan on several hours to enjoy the beauty. Even from a highway’s perspective, the scenery can still take your breath away! There are convenient stops along the way to stretch and enjoy the scenic vista. There are also side roads that branch off into small, quaint towns where the people are as friendly as neighbors.

If you prefer a slower route, you can follow the coastline up route 1N, which will eventually end up in Maine, or Down East, (a colloquialism for that area). Along the way, you’ll be enchanted by the uniqueness of the Atlantic coast environment. Some of the charming inns and bed

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