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Book a New Hampshire Seacoast vacation rental and experience some of New England's most charming towns. This region measures 18 miles and is rich with adventure, beauty and history. Plus, visitors can easily travel to southern Maine and Boston's North Shore region.
The NH Seacoast region offers the perfect place to spend time on the water. Boating and sailing provide easy ways to venture out into the Atlantic Ocean and Piscataqua River. While exploring, visitors can see iconic Moran tug boats, enjoy whale-watching tours, explore the Isles of Shoals, and paddle in their own kayaks. Fishing is also a popular pastime. In addition, more than 20 parks and attractions along New Hampshire's coast offer access to some of the best beaches in New England. Other outdoor activities include biking, hiking, and golfing, as well as cross-country skiing and ice skating in the winter months.
Want to visit one of the best boardwalk beaches? Visit Hampton Beach and its family-friendly attractions. Hampton Beach State Park offers a quiet retreat with beaches and wildlife. Or stroll the area's wide sidewalks that provide a boardwalk full of fun and adventure. At the Seashell Stage, guests enjoy free live music and fireworks. Families have a blast at Explore the Ocean World Aquarium, Hampton Airfield, and Fun-a-rama, the largest arcade in the area. For more fun, Hampton Beach also has a casino with water park and mini-golf.
Our Rye vacation rental guests also have access to stunning beaches and parks. Odiorne Point State Park, Wallis Sands State Beach, and Rye Harbor State Park feature miles of coastline and green space where visitors play, relax, and watch marine life. Other fun things to do in Rye include whale-watching, strolling blooming gardens and playing at Seacoast Science Center.
Enjoy history? Visit Portsmouth, a top New Hampshire Seacoast destination. Strawberry Banke Museum is an outdoor living museum that showcases the region through the centuries. Visitors may explore Portsmouth as it changed from early settlers through the mid-19th century. At the attraction, actors portray people from each era, and guests are welcome to ask them about their life. Then visit the USS Albacore, a WWII-era submarine, to learn about the U.S. Navy. Our guests also have easy access to historic homes along Portsmouth Harbor and Black Heritage Trail. Just don't forget to spend inf in downtown Portsmouth, which features art galleries, live performances, boutiques, churches and walking tours.
Our NH Seacoast vacation rentals also offer proximity to locally owned restaurants specializing in regional and international cuisine. New England Seafood is the biggest draw. Travelers come from all over the world to sample favorites such as Maine lobster, fried clams, clam chowder, mussels and more. Additionally, visitors will find more favorites such as burgers, Asian, Italian, Mexican, to name a few options. After the meal, stop by a local ice cream or saltwater taffy shop for something sweet.
Travelers without children may enjoy sampling the region's beer and wine scene. New England has more than 600 craft breweries, with about 85 in New Hampshire alone. Flag Hill Winery is a family-owned and operated vineyard that offers tours and hosts events. Portsmouth Brewery operates the first brewpub in New Hampshire and serves handcrafted brews and food.
In addition to local hangouts, our NH Seacoast vacation homes provide ideal accommodations near top events and festivals. During spring and summer, come for the Sand Sculpting Competition in Hampton Beach, live music, art shows, beach volley ball, and motor sports. In the fall, guests admire New England's stunning fall foliage and enjoy a myriad of harvest festivals. Wintertime brings snowy outdoor recreation mixed with holiday festivals and winter carnivals.
Browse our New Hampshire Seacoast vacation rentals and explore one of the top coastal destinations in the U.S.
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