Woodstock, New Hampshire 03293
Woodstock, NH Lodging, Real Estate, Travel & Visitor Information
Woodstock, New Hampshire was first granted in 1763, Governor Benning Wentworth named the town Peeling after an English town. Many of the first colonists were originally from Lebanon, Connecticut. In 1771, Governor John Wentworth gave it the name Fairfield, after Fairfield, Connecticut. The town was renamed Woodstock in 1840, for a historic palace in Woodstock, England. North Woodstock village is just north of Woodstock on US Route 3.
Wilderness Inn Bed & Breakfast, 57 South Main Street, US Route 3, North Woodstock, NH 03262
Welcome to the Wildnerness Inn B&B. The seven bedrooms, family suites and "honeymoon" cottage overlooking Lost River have private baths, some with 2 person jacuzzis and fireplaces, are smoke free, with cable TV and wireless internet. A full gourmet breakfast is served including cranberry walnut pancakes with pure maple syrup, strawberry sour cream crepes, brie or salsa-cheddar omelettes.
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Woodstock Inn Station & Brewery, Rt. 3, No. Main, No. Woodstock, NH 03262 | 603-745-3951
Located in the quaint village of North Woodstock, the Inn's gracious and relaxed setting centers around 40 uniquely styled and cozy rooms and suites, located across 6 buildings on the property. All of our lodging options offer the comforts of home, including cable, free Wi-Fi access, air-conditioning and more. Many offer Whirlpool tubs and gas fireplaces. Includes free use of off-property indoor pool and health club. Voted a White Mountains favorite by NH Magazine, Hidden Gem award and "Worth a Journey" says Phantom Gourmet. Our famous country breakfast is included with your stay.
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