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New Hampshire Best Lodging 2012

New Hampshire Best Lodging 2012
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The Bernerhof Inn Bed & Breakfast, Glen
Recently remodeled from head to toe, this Victorian lady has been given a jolt of modernity with luxurious high-thread-count linens, flat-screen TVs, and eco-friendly fireplaces in every room. Rates: from $98, including full breakfast. 342 Route 302. 877-389-4852, 603-383-4200;

Church Landing at Mill Falls & The Inn at Mill Falls, Meredith
Your pet will be as excited as you are for a getaway here. Amenities include pet walking trails, pet beds, pet-sitting services, and a doggie (or kitty) bag upon check-in–complete with dog bones or kitty treats. Rates: from $239 (Church Landing); from $109 (Inn); plus $25 per night per pet. 312 Daniel Webster Highway. 800-622-6455;

Colby Hill Inn, Henniker
Food and wine are the focus here, as recipient of a Wine Spectator award for seven years. Try the “Gourmet Getaway” package (two nights/two breakfasts/three-course dinner for two) and ask for cranberry-caramel-almond pancakes: a recipe that brought the inn to the 2008 finals of the National Pancake Contest. Rates: from $140; Gourmet Getaway $368 per couple. 33 The Oaks. 800-531-0330, 603-428-3281;

Dragonfly Yoga Barn, North Sandwich
This cluster of restored pre-1780s barns is built of hand-hewn timbers, with large French doors opening to views of Mount Whiteface. Rustic but elegant bunkrooms and meals made with local, organic produce are just what the yogi ordered. Three-day weekend retreat rates: from $349 per person, including two nights’ lodging, five meals, and daily yoga classes. 280 Bennett St. 603-707-7529;

Sixth South Street Hotel, Hanover
Pulling inspiration from its Ivy League neighbor, this hotel was made to resemble an upscale urban academic studio. Polished black granite at front desk pods, sandblasted glass partitions in the lobby, and bold red hallways let visitors know they’re in for a sophisticated stay. Rates: from $259. 6 South St. 603-643-0600;

The Spalding Inn, Whitefield
Ghost-hunting gurus Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson and their wives purchased the inn to achieve a dream of owning a B&B–and for its paranormal activity, of course. Rest assured: A full investigation found the inn’s “other” visitors to be nothing but friendly. Rates: from $99 (May), from $129 (June-Sept.), including continental breakfast. 199 Mountain View Road. 603-837-9300;

Umbagog Lake State Park, Cambridge
Enjoy the relative amenities of the base park’s 27 campsites and three cabins, or get away from it all at one of 33 remote campsites accessible only by boat. Swimming, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, and wildlife watching just steps from your tent make this an ultimate island getaway. Rates: from $24 (campsites), from $27 (cabins). Route 26. 603-482-7795;

Please Note: This information was accurate at the time of publication. When planning a trip, please confirm details by directly contacting any company or establishment you intend to visit.

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Updated Monday, April 23rd, 2012

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