Tag: tasteful stay

Morning Glory Inn

Category: Taste(ful) Stays / October 20, 2021

Tucked away in the woods, all wrapped up in rather voracious gardens, Morning Glory Inn is a fantastic reminder that an authentic seacoast experience is about more than just the sea—although, it should be noted, the inn is quite close to York Harbor Beach and the famed Wiggly Bridge as well as nature preserves, hiking trails, and golf courses.

The Lighthouse Inn & Carriage House

Category: Taste(ful) Stays / October 20, 2021

Just 100 yards from the tip of York’s Long Sands Beach—and close to Nubble Light, Short Sands Beach, and York Beach Center—The Lighthouse Inn & Carriage House provides its guests with a superb, close-to-it-all spot.

The Victoria Inn Bed and Breakfast and Pavilion

Category: Taste(ful) Stays / October 20, 2021

For a quiet, classy stay near Hampton Beach without the cacophony of the strip, The Victoria Inn Bed and Breakfast and Pavilion is a great option. Located just a half-mile from North Beach in Hampton, this circa 1875 carriage-house-turned-B&B was completely renovated in 2013, greatly enhancing its six guest rooms and suites.

Mermaid Crossing, York, ME

Category: Taste(ful) Stays / October 20, 2021

A private, fully furnished home with ocean views and optional luxuries, like a personal chef or massage therapist, set Mermaid Crossing apart from many other vacation spots in York. If a guest wants something, from wine delivery to a stack of their favorite magazines, Mermaid Crossing’s management aims to make it happen.

The Hotel Portsmouth, Portsmouth, NH

Category: Taste(ful) Stays / October 20, 2021

Formerly the Sise Inn, The Hotel Portsmouth is under new ownership and is adding a full-service boutique hotel option to downtown Portsmouth. Daniel Innis and Doug Palardy, the folks who brought elegant-cool accommodations to Portsmouth with the Ale House Inn, are helming this venture with the newly remodeled Hotel Portsmouth, just reopened this April.

Wolfeboro Inn

Category: Taste(ful) Stays / October 20, 2021

With its lakeside-lodge decor, crackling fireplaces, private beach, and walking-distance location to downtown Wolfeboro’s quaint shops, Wolfeboro Inn might just be the perfect Winnipesaukee escape. “You’re surrounded by Belknap Mountain, the tall trees, and Wolfeboro Bay in the distance,” says Lucy Van Cleve, director of sales and marketing at the inn. “It captures the essence of a New England escape.”