Dine, Shop & Stay

Eat Like A Local: Plenty of Options in Whitefield and Lancaster

April 26, 2018 Mountain View Grand Resort

As spring folds gently into summer, the urge to get out and explore the highways and byways of northern New Hampshire takes over. Many travelers heading north enjoy the ride along Route 3, which takes them right through Whitefield and Lancaster on up to the Canadian border. When hunger strikes you might consider stopping at ...

Find Your Home Base in New Hampshire’s Winter Wonderland

March 5, 2018 Mountain View Grand

Yes, we know it’s cold outside and you just want to snuggle in for the duration. But really, there’s no good reason to stay home this winter when you could be out exploring a region of the state defined by its gorgeous scenery, outstanding outdoor attractions, and the amazing hospitality offered by its many lodging ...

Wrap Up the Year in Style

December 20, 2017

During December plan a visit to Northern New Hampshire, where our shops are brimming with gifts for everyone on your list, outdoor recreational opportunities abound — we have our fingers crossed for lots of snow! — and the pace of life is a bit more relaxed during this hectic season. Bring the kids for a visit ...

Shop Northern New Hampshire for Gifts for Everyone on Your List

December 7, 2017

Frosty air and snowy mountain peaks are all part of the magic of Christmas in northern New Hampshire, where local businesses are ready to welcome you for an amazing holiday shopping experience. Shop here for friendly storekeepers, outstanding merchandise and exceptional customer service. Parking is free in most towns, or easily accessible public parking is ...

Kick Back in November!

November 9, 2017 NH_Grand_attraction_TheRocks

November is an excellent month to treat yourself to a romantic getaway or a family excursion before the holiday craziness has you in its grip. This month, choose and cut your own Christmas tree at The Rocks Estate, tune up your ski and snowboard gear at Drummond’s Mountain Shop, and relax and unwind at the ...

On the “New Hampshire Made” Trail: Featuring Local Products, Services & Attractions

August 28, 2017 NH_Grand_Best_Of_WREN

Like many of you, when we travel we like to dine in unique local restaurants — maybe in a glam establishment, but just as often in a kitschy cafe, stay at historic hotels or cozy inns, meet local shopkeepers who know the story — and oftentimes the artisans — behind the items they sell, visit ...

August is Eat Local Month in New Hampshire

August 18, 2017 NH_Grand_Agritourism_Meadowstone_Farm

Did you know that if every New Hampshire resident spent just $5 a week on local foods an additional $358 million would be injected into the State’s economy? The North Country is home to many farm and food producers and businesses serving up local foods. Whether you are looking for good eats for your family, ...

Littleton Welcomes Visitors To Its Friendly & Vibrant Downtown

July 17, 2017 NH_Grand_blog_Littleton_Itinerary

A vibrant Main Street lined with interesting shops and historic buildings, an intriguing Riverwalk, a covered pedestrian bridge over the Ammonoosuc River, and the world’s largest candy counter are just some of the delights awaiting visitors to Littleton. Littleton is a gateway community to the northern White Mountains and Great North Woods and the innumerable outdoor ...

Kick Back, Relax & Enjoy Summer at Tarry Ho Campground, Cabins & Ice Cream

July 13, 2017 NH_Grand_Lodging_Cabins_Camping_Tarry_Ho_Campground

Tarry Ho Campground, Cabins & Ice Cream on Route 302 in Twin Mountain, ticks off all the boxes for visitors looking for a close-to-nature experience with terrific amenities. Whether you are tenting, looking forward to sleeping in a cabin, or bringing your own RV, you’ll appreciate the friendly staff, fresh mountain air, beautiful views, and ...

Northern New Hampshire: Where the Arts & Outdoor Attractions Meet

July 12, 2017 NH_Grand_Best_Of_WREN

The region’s beautiful mountain views and pastoral vistas first drew artists to the White Mountains and the northern reaches of the state in the early years of the 19th century, drawn here by a dramatic landscape of towering peaks, rushing rivers and stately forests, and capturing them forever on canvas. These 19th century artists gave ...