Albany, New Hampshire 03818
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The White Mountain town of Albany, NH was first chartered in 1766 as Burton, for General Jonathan Burton of Wilton. The town was incorporated and renamed Albany in 1833, when the New York Central railroad from New York City to Albany was chartered.
The Darby Field Inn and Restaurant, 185 Chase Hill Rd., Albany NH 03818 | 603-447-2181
Wander off the beaten path and discover this romantic White Mountain bed and breakfast. The Inn has 13 unique rooms, all with private bath, and full country breakfast included. On site amenities include: restaurant, tavern, spa services, wooded trails, mountain views, romantic packages, and seasonal heated pool. Minutes from shopping, downhill skiing, ice skating and other local attractions. The Darby Field offers the perfect setting for small weddings and reunions, too.
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Albany includes Mount Chocorua, Mount Paugus and the southeastern corner of the White Mountain National Forest.
Albany is at the entrance to the Mount Washington Valley and features a 120′ covered bridge that spans the Swift River just north of the Kancamagus Highway.
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