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The Inn on Newfound Lake

During the 1800's The Inn on Newfound Lake was one of several Inns on Route 3A, serving as the midway point on the stagecoach line between Boston and Montreal.

Completely refurbished, appointed with beautiful antiques, oil paintings and art from around the world. Featuring 31 rooms, a private beach, boat dock, and the renowned Pasquaney Restaurant & Wild Hare Tavern, it continues to welcome guests as it has for over 150 years.

Location: 1030 Mayhew Tpk., Bridgewater New Hampshire 03222 Telephone 603 744-9111 Toll Free: 800-745-7990 Fax 603 744-3894

Other Motels, Hotels and Resorts nearby:
(Lyme) Alden Country Inn
(Ludlow) All Seasons Inn Motel
(North Woodstock) Alpine Village Resort
(Laconia) Ames Farm Inn
(Ludlow) Andrie Rose Inn
(Bartlett) Attitash Marketplace Motel



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