Lancaster, New Hampshire 03584
Lancaster, NH Lodging, Real Estate, Travel & Visitor Information
The Great North Woods town of Lancaster, New Hampshire was first granted in 1763. Lancaster was an early settlement on the northern portion of the Connecticut River subject to many Indian troubles. The town was named for Lancaster, Massachusetts, hometown of an early settler. Reverend Joshua Weeks, a grantee of the town, was among the group of explorers who named the mountains in the Presidential Range. Other grantees included Nash and Sawyer, who discovered the White Mountain Notch, making a shorter route to Portland, ME possible.
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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The Lancaster Historical Society is located in The Holton-Wilder House – the home is Coos County’s first two-story dwelling constructed in 1780. The structure has served as a home, tavern, church, meeting place and is now a museum. Lancaster is home to the popular Lancaster Fair.
Lancaster, NH Local Information
Lancaster Police Dispatch: 911
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