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Discover your next New England adventure at The Valley Inn and Red Fox Tavern. This luxurious collection of vacation rentals is nestled in New Hampshire's White Mountain National Forest. All rooms offer cozy dcor that is reminiscent of a quaint country inn, while still providing the amenities you need to relax and enjoy your getaway. Many rooms offer mountain views of Waterville Valley. Resort amenities include a free shuttle bus (seasonal) throughout the village, a year-round indoor/outd
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"Sailors approaching East Coast harbors frequently mistake the pale peaks of the White Mountains—the highest range in the northeastern United States—for clouds. It was 1642 when explorer Darby Field could no longer contain his curiosity about one mountain in particular. He set off from his Exeter homestead and became the first man to climb what would eventually be called Mt. Washington. The 6,288-foot peak must have presented Field with formidable obstacles—its summit claims the highest wind velocity ever recorded and can see snow every month of the year. Since Field's climb, curiosity about the mountains has not abated. Today an auto road and a cog railway lead to the top of Mt. Washington, and people come here by the tens of thousands to hike and climb, to photograph the vistas, and to ski. The peak is part of the Presidential Range, whose other peaks are also named after early presidents, and part of the White Mountain National Forest, whose roughly 770,000 acres extend from northern New Hampshire into southwestern Maine. Among the forest's scenic notches (deep mountain passes) are Pinkham, Kinsman, Franconia, and Crawford. This section begins in Waterville Valley, off Interstate 93, and continues to North Woodstock. It then follows portions of the White Mountains Trail, a 100-mi loop designated as a National Scenic & Cultural Byway."

These two neighboring towns at the southwestern end of the White Mountains National Forest and one end of the Kancamagus Highway (Route 112), are a lively resort area, especially for Bostonian families who can make an easy day trip straight up Interstate 93 to Exit 32. Festivals, such as the New Hampshire Scottish Highland Games in mid-September, keep Lincoln swarming with people year-round.

" Sit back, unwind to the rhythm of the rails and enjoy a meal beyond your expectations! Seated in one of the train's beautifully restored dining cars at traditional tables for four, or specially priced tables for two, the five course meal and impeccable service allow guests to dine against a backdrop of ever changing scenery. Choose from tempting appetizers and always fresh Meat, Poultry and Seafood entrees prepared and cooked to order on board by our Chef Doug Trulson. Enjoy homemade dinner rolls, unforgettable salads with greens and herbs fresh from our garden, sorbet, homemade desserts, tea and coffee. A complete wine list and cocktail service is also available. Vegeterian entrees available on prior request."
"In 1992, the owners of the Homestead restaurants purchased the vacant Indian Head bank building in Laconia, NH. The historic brick bank building did not fit the theme for another Homestead location so the McDonough family went to work on developing a new theme. The end result was Fratello’s Italian Grille, a casual Italian-American restaurant featuring wood-fired brick oven pizza, steaks, seafood and Italian favorites. The name Fratello’s comes from the Italian word Fratello which means brother. After great success in the Laconia market, the McDonough brothers purchased the Myrna shoe building on Commercial Street in Manchester in 1997. After much renovation, the 86,000 square foot building was divided into business condominiums and a 16,000 square foot Fratello’s with an attached event facility. The third Fratello’s was opened in Lincoln, NH in 2004. Originally the wood storage building for the Lincoln Paper Mill, this historic post and beam structure was previously operated as the Timbermill Pub. After a complete inside renovation and the addition of 90 outside seats and 2 stone fireplaces it is now an inviting stop for tourists in all seasons."
"We pride ourselves on exceptional dining and service, from the homemade breads and pastries, the three course meals in the dining room and the sumptuous country breakfast you will feast on each morning. The Inn at Thorn Hill & Spa is rated one of the top ten country inns in America, and one of only five dining rooms in the state of New Hampshire to receive the four-diamond award from AAA since 1997. In January 2003, Condé Nast Gold list selected the Inn at Thorn Hill ‘#1 in the world for food in the Condé Nast Traveler Reader’s Choice poll. The main dining room with mountain views accommodates up to 75 people, with an adjacent semi-private dining room which seats up to 16 comfortably. Downstairs, we have the Cooperage, which is a private, stone walled dining and tasting room that seats up to 20 off the wine cellar for private dining and special events, or just a relaxing, intimate and uninterrupted dinner for two."

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