If you’re looking for off-the-beaten-path stuff in northern New Hampshire, consider a new itinerary added by New Hampshire Grand, with its Discover Hidden Jewels. It includes a variety of places to take in the great outdoors, shops, restaurants and inns in many communities, from Berlin to Whitefield and many more in between.
“Northern New Hampshire abounds with cool places to visit that aren’t widely known,” said Pam Sullivan, marketing coordinator for NH Grand, the official visitor-information source for the area.
Some of them include Grandma’s Kitchen and historic Lion and the Rose Bed and Breakfast in Whitefield; the Moonbeam Café in Lancaster; Simon the Tanner in Twin Mountain; the lyrically named Moose Muck Coffee House in Colebrook; The Path Less Travelled lodge and The Buck Rub in Pittsburg; Milan Hill State Park, noted for hiking and scenic vistas; and the White Mountain Café and Bookstore in Gorham.
For lots more information and ideas, check out www.nhgrand.com