Welcome to LodgingGuide's hospitality industry listings for the Manchester, New Hampshire area.
World famous in the early 1800s as a textile capital and home of the Amoskeag Cotton and Woolen Manufacturing Company, around which the town was designed and built, the history of Manchester, originally named Derryfield, can be traced back to the mid-1600s when a missionary named John Eliot chose Amoskeag Falls as the site from which to preach to the Native American residents. Manchester is now the largest populated area in the state, and has won numerous distinctions as one of the best cities in which to live in the country. Freshwater fishing, boating, swimming and hiking are popular around Lake Massabesic in the Manchester area, as well as throughout the state of New Hampshire, north along the Merrimack River to Lake Winnipesaukee and the White Mountains, all within easy reach of the city. The Manchester area is home to several prestigious private colleges and distinguished public universities, and supports a first rate symphony, art museum and other performing arts programs. Whether you are visiting
Manchester on business and require a contemporary full-service hotel, or can spend some time exploring the incomparable beauty of southern New Hampshire and northern New England from one of the many family-run bed and breakfast inns, the Greater Manchester area offers just the right lodging option for your itinerary.
You can begin researching lodging properties and on-site restaurants in the Manchester, New Hampshire area by selecting one of the options shown below.
|Lodging in and around the Manchester area in south central New Hampshire, just 20 miles from Massachusetts. Manchester Airport (MHT) is located 5 miles SE of Manchester.||Lodging options located in the City of Portsmouth, the second oldest city in New Hampshire. This area includes the cities of Dover, Rochester, Durham, Hampton, Rye and others.|
|Lodging options located in Lebanon, in communities served by Lebanon Municipal Airport (LEB), close to the Vermont state line in west central New Hampshire. Also included here are the cities of Hanover, Claremont, Lyme, White River Junction, VT and others.||Lodging located in The Lakes Region of central New Hampshire including the cities of Laconia, Plymouth, Meredith and others.|
|Lodging located in Keene and surrounding areas in New Hampshire’s southwest corner, close to both the Vermont and Massachusetts state lines.||Lodging options located in New Hampshire’s second largest city Nashua and the surrounding cities of Londonderry, Merrimack, Salem and others.|
|Lodging located just west of the Maine state line in east central New Hampshire in the city of Conway and the surrounding cities of Bartlett, Lincoln, Jackson and others.||Lodging options in the heart of the Great North Woods area in Berlin and the surrounding cities of Bethlehem, Franconia, Gorham, Littleton and others.|
Area Facts: Grace Metalious, the author of Peyton Place, was born in Manchester, New Hampshire. The local area code for Manchester is 603.
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