Towns – Hampton Falls

Hampton Falls, New Hampshire 03844

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The Old Salt Restaurant Lamie's Inn
The Old Salt Restaurant & Lamie's Inn, 490 Lafayette Road (Rte. 1), Hampton, NH 03842 | 603-926-8322
Lamieís Inn offers gracious hospitality in the best tradition of a New England country inn. Located in the heart of downtown Hampton, NH - two miles from Hampton beaches and centrally located for exploring the beautiful NH seacoast. Our friendly staff will make you feel right at home! Continental breakfast is included and our restaurant, The Old Salt, is open for lunch and dinner daily. Reservations Recommended.
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Hampton Falls NHSeacoast region community Hampton Falls NHThe town of Hampton Falls, New Hampshire was first established as Hampton’s Third Parish. Hampton, NH received its grant as an independent town in 1726. Located on the Taylor River, Hampton Falls provided water power for Weare’s mills. Meschech Weare, a descendant of the mill owners, was New Hampshire’s first president, later called governor, in 1776. Hampton Falls was the birthplace of Ralph Adams Cram, a well-known architect, who designed the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York and chapels at West Point and Exeter Academy.

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Incorporated: 1726
County: Rockingham
Hampton Falls, NH Population:
2010: 2,236

GPS Coordinates:
Latitude: 42.5458
Longitude: -70.5149

Hampton Falls, NH Local Information
Hampton Falls Police Dispatch: 911

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