Post # 1
My new husband and I are planning on moving to New Hampshire within a year! We are planning a visit memorial day weekend to check out some cities we have job prostects in and to make sure we can see ourselves living there long term before we make the big move!
Can anyone recommend a good, affordable place to stay for two nights? We plan on doing a lot to driving and have quite a few places we would like to visit, so something centrally located would be ideal.
Any places that we HAVE to see while we’re there- maybe that will convince us that the move is the right thing? 😉
Also, because it will be a holiday weekend, are there places we should avoid because they’ll be very busy?
Post # 3
The Holiday Inn Manchester Airport is nice, clean and affordable – born in MA but spent most of my life in New Husband, you’ll love it here! Definitely check out Portsmouth New Husband, it’s one of my favorite little towns. If you make your way up north to the mountains, I just stayed at The Ammonoosuc House, a little cabin in Twin Mountain and it’s about 10-15 minutes from the grand hotels up there (and a lot cheaper). The lakes region is great, if you find yourself there, go to Rossi’s Italian Restaurant (off exit 23) – say hi to Margot!
Post # 4
Are you planning to visit the whole state in 1 weekend? Or can you be more specific about where you’re going?
Post # 5
While New Hampshire is small enough to drive from the southern most point to the northern most in one day, it wouldn’t be recommended!
If you can narrow it down to where the job prospects are, we could probably provide some more insight! (The seacoast, southern, northern, central)
Also if you are driving there or flying in, and possibly from where would also be helpful.
Post # 6
Manchester is probably the most central location…
I am in love with the seacoast, you need to check it out. Newmarket and Portsmouth are the best! Definitely go to Newmarket and have brunch at The Big Bean! It is the best place I have ever had breakfast and I live in Chicago now. I know, right?!? Can’t wait to move back to NH!