Must Sees of New Hampshire!

With the surprising weather this spring at The Manor on Golden Pond, we’re getting excited for the summer months ahead of us. The boats are back on the lake; the birds are singing and the trees are in blossom. We’d like to share with you some of the highlights of our (and our guests!) favorite summer activities.

 Hikes in the Lakes Region are a key focus point for some of our guests. There is no more rewarding feeling than when you have climbed Rattlesnake Hike. Only being a 15-minute drive from the Manor on Golden Pond, and with some of the most breathtaking views, it is no wonder why this is one of the most popular hikes in the area. It’s perfect for a light morning hike, a picnic or to watch a spectacular sunset with a loved one.

For people who like to shop, New Hampshire has so much to offer and with no sales tax it has become a popular place for anyone who wants a good bargain. It is also home to many country stores. Moultonborough Country Store is one of the oldest in the USA – since 1781. With many uses over the years such as their local store, library, post office and meetings, it now welcomes thousands of visitors every year to re-visit their history through their museum and enjoy getting lost within the ever-winding aisles of the store.

After hikes and scenic drives around Lake Squam, why not enjoy the lake from another perspective and experience the infamous guided boat tour with the local Science Center Lake Cruises. Enjoy nature at it’s best with this leisurely tour, where you will see loons and may even spot an eagle!

If you like to get more towards the coast, why not travel to New Hampshire’s very own Hampton Beach. Summer is the perfect time to visit – with 80 free summer concerts, sand sculpting, competitions and firework displays every week you won’t want to miss out! Or just enjoy the beauty and relax on the sandy beach listening to the waves lapping on the shore.

The Kancamangus Highway offers one of the most scenic routes of New Hampshire. This stretch of road being only 28 miles long dips in and out of valley through the mountain ranges. Apart from being a scenic drive, there is much to offer along the way. Why not check out Clark’s Trading Post near North Woodstock, or drive over the covered bridge at Albany.

Whatever you decide, you are guaranteed to have a great getaway, and at The Manor on Golden Pond we will help choose the perfect activities for you. We look forward to seeing you!

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