AMY-JO’s Cottages are located on the south shore of Newfound Lake, one of the most beautiful lakes in New Hampshire. With a sandy beach and a dock for your boat it is the perfect getaway whether you just want to sit on the beach, rest in the cabin, or explore the 4,106 acres Newfound Lake has to offer. The view from AMY-JO Cottages cannot be excelled. All cottages are in full view of the lake and are surrounded by pines and birches. They face the west, and the view of the evening sunset over the lake and hills is spectacular. Less than one hundred yards away is the mouth of the Newfound River, a fly fishing only area that extends for many miles downstream. Each cottage has a large living room with four windows, a glass door for light and air, and a separate bedroom with queen bed. There is a fully equipped kitchen including an eating area, microwave, electric drip coffee maker and a bath with a shower, sink and toilet. The cabins have cable TV, microwaves, and electric heat. Please contact us for sleeping configurations. The cabins are fully equipped for light housekeeping. AMY-JO Cottages are operated for those who wish to rest and enjoy country life. Our satisfied guests who return year after year are our best recommendations.
*Pets welcome within reason.
The Bridgewater Inn has something for every dining taste. They offer family dining from around the world, featuring American and Japanese appetizers, homemade Italian pasta dishes, gourmet brick oven pizza’s, Black Angus flamed grilled steaks, and the freshest seafood. For a special occasion, reserve the Japanese Steakhouse, a small intimate room where each dinner is prepared at your Teppenyaki table in the finest Japanese tradition. If casual dining and entertainment are what you are looking for, head upstairs to the Binn Tavern, where you can catch your favorite game on one of the many TVs. There’s entertainment every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night. In the summer months, you may choose to dine on The Board-Wok, their beautiful outdoor deck with Tiki bar and cozy deck heaters. Lodging is also available in one of their nine rooms, with air conditioning, private baths, TVs, and a seasonal swimming pool.
Tucked in the foothills of the White Mountains and on the northern shores of pristine Newfound Lake is Meadow Wind Bed and Breakfast. The rustic B&B is ideally located in the Town of Hebron, NH, a quintessential New England village with historic homes and town buildings surrounding a gorgeous common. The entire village district is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This classic connected farm has been restored by your host, Pete Carey, only the fifth Meadow Wind owner since Captain Enos Ferrin first built the house and barns in 1820. Historic colors, vintage wall coverings, plaster and beadboard walls, wood beamed and tin ceilings, and period furniture combine to provide the flavor of yesteryear and comfort of a simpler time. Two massive barns today look much as they did 50 years ago when they last housed livestock, farm equipment, and harvest and feed stores.
Coffee and tea are always brewing in the country kitchen, where a sumptuous, healthy buffet breakfast is served each morning. Share breakfast with other guests in the dining room, or start your day at your own pace on one of the farm’s three porches, including the spacious veranda overlooking the main garden, field, and mountains beyond.
Whether you come to take in nature’s sights and sounds, swim or boat on Newfound Lake’s crystal clear waters, hike or ski the White Mountains, or hunt for antiques at area shops and auctions, Meadow Wind offers beautiful, elegantly simple, relaxing accommodations in the middle of it all.
Located on the beautiful northern shore of Newfound Lake, the Newfound Audubon Center is comprised of three wildlife sanctuaries, the Paradise Point Nature Center, Ash Cottage at Hebron Marsh Sanctuary and the Bear Mountain Sanctuary. During the summer months, the Nature Center offers many programs for all ages, several interactive exhibits, and canoe and kayak rentals. With sanctuary trails open all year, there is always something to do.