New Hampshire Family Reunions
Planning a Family Reunion in New Hampshire
New Hampshire is an outstanding vacation destination for families with children of all ages. New Hampshire Inns, Hotels, and Resorts offer some of the finest children’s programs in the country. Families want vacations that are fun for everyone. After all, if the kids aren’t having a good time, neither will mom and dad. New Hampshire is also a great location for a Family Reunion. Ask us about NH Family Reunions or share your NH travel questions. To feature your business, contact us.
New Hampshire Family Reunions
Cottage Place on Squam Lake, 1132 US Rt. 3, Scenic View Road, Holderness, NH 03245 | 603-968-7116
The Cottage Place on Squam Lake specializes in cottage living by offering 8 cottages of various shapes and sizes as well as 8 motel suites. Over 140 feet of Squam Lake frontage with a carefully landscaped sandy beach. Open year round, most cottages have fireplaces.
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Windrifter Resort, 337 South Main Street, Wolfeboro, New Hampshire 03894 | 603-569-1323
Our family-oriented resort has a well-known tradition of outstanding service and hospitality. We offer the best of two worlds for relaxation--vacation ownership or lodging rentals. We are a four season vacation destination nestled among the mountains of New Hampshire's beautiful Lakes Region in Americaís Oldest Summer Resort town of Wolfeboro. Enjoy time on one of Wolfeboro's incredible lakes, play golf, shop, or relax by our heated indoor pool. Our units are fully equipped so your family has all it needs to enjoy a short visit or an extended getaway. Contact us to purchase an annual week of time or book one of our rental units. See you around the resort!
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Stonybrook Motel & Lodge, Rte. 18, Franconia, NH 03580 | 800-722-3552 or 603-823-5800
Located just 2 miles from Cannon Mountain - this four season motel is nestled in the quaint village of Franconia with breathtaking views. Bordered by a sparking alpine stream the Stonybrook features indoor heated / outdoor pools, trout pond, game room, picnic area with grills, fireplace in hand-timbered lodge. AAA approved. Group rates and discount tickets available.
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Four Seasons Motor Inn, Route 3, Twin Mountain, NH 03595 | 800-228-5708
New Hampshire White Mountains - we offer spotless, comfortable, relaxing non smoking rooms. We have a generous play area for kids, picnic area, AM coffee, Game Room, 5 golf courses and ski areas, and attractions surround us! Great views! You will be back! Visit our web site for information.
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Best Western White Mountain Resort, 87 Wallace Hill Road, Franconia, NH 03580 | 603-823-7422
A distinct New Hampshire hotel where great accommodations and low discounted hotel rates are always found! Unique and charming, this White Mtn lodging facility is guest friendly, clean, comfortable and affordable. For Leisure, Holiday, Vacation, Business, Conference, or for Tour Bus operators this Franconia - Littleton New Hampshire hotel is the place for you and your family to stay for your White Mountain vacation.
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Cabot Inn & Suites, 200 Main Street, Lancaster, NH 03584 | 603-788-3346
A four-season family resort located in the heart of the White Mountains, over-looking the Presidential Range. 60+ acres, breathtaking views of the mountains. Bretton Woods, Cannon, Wildcat, Attitash, Loon, Black Mountain, Cranmore ski areas nearby. Family restaurant and lounge. Indoor heated pool, game room, outdoor playground, video game hook-ups. Santa’s Village, Six Gun City, Story Land, Whale’s Tale Water park a short drive away.
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Eastern Inns, Rt 16, 2955 White Mountain Hwy, North Conway NH 03860 | 800-628-3750 or 603-356-5447
Located close to North Conway Village and all valley attractions, and resorts. Offering a variety of rooms and suites. Free Wi-Fi, Indoor Pool/Hot Tub, Game Rooms, and Free Cont. Breakfast. Special Storyland packages available. On site hiking/mountain biking trails. Affordable, Clean, Comfortable.
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Swiss Chalet Village Inn, 457 Intervale Resort Loop, Intervale, NH 03845 | 800-831-2727
The Swiss Chalet Village Inn offers comfortable lodging at an affordable price. Choose from a wide variety of rooms to meet your needs. Wheather you are here for a family outing, wedding, business or pleasure, you will find clean, comfortable White Mountain lodging. Pet Friendly Rooms available. Please inquire.
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Thayer's Inn, 111 Main Street, Littleton, NH 03561 | 800-634-8179¬†
Established in 1843 as a railroad hotel Thayers Inn is one of the most "Pedestrian Friendly" Inns still in existence. Located in the heart of downtown Littleton. 40 Rooms and Suites. Free Wireless Internet, In-Room Movies/Cable TV, Air Conditioning
Pet friendly with restrictions.
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Grand Summit Hotel at Attitash, 104 Grand Summit Road, Bartlett, NH 03815 | 603-374-6700
The mountains are calling you to our all-season destination, home for all of the Attitash fun, with a prime location at the base of Bear Peak at Attitash. This slopeside hotel offers spacious rooms and suites for a quick weekend escape in New England or extended vacations in any season. With kitchens, one, two and three-bedroom options, outdoor heated pool, sauna, hot tubs and the only Ski-in / Ski-out hotel at Attitash. The Mt. Washington Valley NH offers endless outdoor fun any time of year. Enjoy skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, tubing, hiking, biking, golfing, soaring through the peaks on a zipline tour and more. Just 10 minutes from North Conway Village. See you soon!
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A family reunion is a great way to reunite with family members that you have lost contact with, or that you haven’t seen in years. Planning a reunion can be easy if you approach it as if you were going on a family vacation. Here are some questions to ask yourself before you get started:
How many people are you inviting?
This is one of the most important factors that will affect where your reunion is held, and what type of event you will have. When counting your family members, be sure to include spouses and to also find out if there are any new children in the family.
How are your family members going to get to your reunion?
Whether you or each one of your family members are going to pay the travel expenses, the best way to save a little extra cash is to plan ahead. You can research airfares and make lodging reservations online, as well as print out maps of the event area to make sure that no one will get lost.
Where are you going to hold the event?
Choose a location that will accommodate a large number of vehicles, where you won’t have cars lined up next to the street. Consider “taking over” an entire New Hampshire Inn or Bed and Breakfast, A New Hampshire Hotel or Resort is another option. A large backyard may work for some families, while others may choose to rent out a restaurant, a dance hall, a campsite, or an event center.
How long is your reunion going to last?
If your reunion is going to be an all-day event, you will need to plan several meals for your family. An outdoor barbeque for lunch may work in several cases, and dinner at a local restaurant may be a nice formal event to include later on that night. Make sure that you have plenty of refreshments for young children.
Where will everyone stay after the reunion is over, and what type of transportation will they need to get around town?
If you are not including hotel reservations or transportation for your family members, send them each a list of local car rental agencies and hotels a couple of months before the reunion. This gives them some time to make their own reservations. You may also want to include a brochure of the area and local attractions, just in case some of your family members want to stay a little longer.
What activities would you like to include?
An awards event is always a great way to break the ice and to re-associate family members with each other. Give out prizes for the youngest and oldest family member, the couple who has the most children, who traveled the greatest distance to come to the reunion, etc. Create a crafts or game table where the children can keep themselves occupied when the adults are talking with each other. An easy way to provide plenty of activities for your family is to hold it at a theme park or historical site.
After the reunion is over, send each family member off with an item that they can remember the reunion with, and be able to keep in touch with other family members. Create a family directory that includes names, phone numbers, e-mails, birthdays and anniversaries. Another great idea is to make a family recipe book for each family member and include whom each recipe came from.
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