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Adventure Suites

Adventure Suites Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Adventure Suites is a truly one-of-a-kind upscale property. All of the hotel's 17 suites are unique, and completely decked out according to their themes. Each one has a different theme, from a romantic wine cellar, to a treehouse for the family. There are also plenty of amenities: all suites have hot tubs in assorted shapes and sizes, and the Victorian lobby has a massive DVD library. Make-your-own breakfast and coffee are served in a 1950s-style diner and snacks are provided in the evening, though there isn't a restaurant on-site. Outdoor activities include sledding in the winter and horseshoes or s'mores by the fire in the summer. Adventure Suites fits the bill for an out-of-the-box experience, thanks to all those extra touches. Rates can be pricey, though, so guests who would rather forgo the novelty of themed suites for a lower bill should check out the nearby Cranmore Inn.
Six South St Hotel

Six South St Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Six South is a modern boutique hotel in Hanover; its prime location within walking distance of all parts of the Dartmouth campus make it a popular choice among visiting parents and alumni. Modern, spacious rooms have iPod docks, large flat-screen TVs, and free Wi-Fi (although some may not appreciate the low lighting). The common areas -- such as the lobby (complete with reading nooks and free coffee) and the small fitness center -- are sleek and contemporary as well. Some still prefer the nearby historic Hanover Inn (which underwent a major renovation), but Six South's pet-friendly policies and fresh vibe add to its appeal.
The Stonehurst Manor

The Stonehurst Manor Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Stonehurst Manor is a charming (verging on dated) mid-range option for those looking for a unique but reasonably priced place to stay. With only 26 rooms, and full-service breakfast and dinner included in the rates, this hotel has a cozy bed-and-breakfast vibe. Each room is unique, with its own distinctive character, and guests will be able to find a number of options to suit their style and budget. However, many feel overall the decor is dated; picture older wood furniture and lots of florals.
Ale House Inn

Ale House Inn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The cozy 10-room Ale House Inn -- more suited to adults than families -- is housed in a historic 130-year-old former brewery warehouse a block from downtown Portsmouth. Room decor is minimalist, hip, and chic, but there isn't much to this boutique hotel other than a small lobby and common area with free snacks. There is no on-site restaurant or bar, but the Market Square District location means shops and dining are nearby. The hotel gives free tickets to the Seacoast Rep Theater, which is located on the ground floor, and a free local beer upon arrival. Each room is equipped with a pre-loaded iPad that includes a ton of information about Portsmouth.
The Port Inn

The Port Inn Rating: 2.5 Pearls

The Port Inn is a traditional two-story motor inn built in 1955 and renovated in 2004. Primarily a mid-market economy hotel, it caters to all types of guests with rooms that are average in size but charming in decor; some come with kitchenettes. Freebies include Wi-Fi, parking, and breakfast with hot and cold items. The inn's highway location offers quick access to local sights and activities, but there's no on-site gym or meeting facilities.


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  • Hanover
  • Portsmouth
  • White Mountains


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  • Basic Television
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