Very well appointed second floor apartment in a Queen Ann Victorian home with great wrap around porch and shared outdoor seating area.
Across from The Colonial Theater, near restaurant, antique shops, farmers market, grocery store, bank and post office.
Seat outside on the porch and enjoy the outdoor concert every Sunday. Available for winter seasonal rental.
Equipped with 1 queen bed and 1 full bed, and WIFI., A/C, private parking.
If you like the outdoors, you'll love Bethlehem!
Here is just a partial list of great outdoor pursuits in or near Bethlehem. Call the Visitors Center or local ranger stations for more information.
Note: Vehicles parked in the White Mountain National Forest must display a parking pass. Passes are $3 (one day), $5 (one week), $20 (one year), or $25 (one year, two cars), and are available at the Bethlehem Visitors Center, ranger stations, and area businesses.
Bethlehem boasts two championship 18-hole golf courses designed by the legendary Donald Ross. Bethlehem Country Club and Maplewood Country Club also team up with numerous local inns for stay-n-play packages. Several other courses are just a short drive away.
Maplewood Country ClubMaplewood Country Club 2691 Main St.
Bethlehem, NH 03574
Bethlehem Country ClubBethlehem Country Club 1901 Main St., Route 302
Bethlehem, NH 03574
18 hole Donald Ross designed golf course. Lessons, snackbar, club repair, tournament activity, pro shop, and membership available. Call for tee time.
Franconia ~ Franconia Notch State Park, off I-93
Hart's Location ~ Crawford Notch State Park, Rte. 302
Whitefield ~ Forest Lake State Park, off Rte. 16
Mt. Washington ~ Mt. Washington State Park, summit
Gorham ~ Moose Brook State Park, off Rte. 2 North Conway ~ Cathedral Ledge State Park, Rte. 302
Bartlett ~ Echo Lake State Park, Rte. 302
Weeks State Park ~ Rte. 2, Lancaster
Alpine Skiing and Snowboarding
Five great ski areas: Cannon Mountain, Bretton Woods, Loon Mountain, Attitash/Bear Peak, and Waterville Valley are all within a 15-45 minute drive of Bethlehem.
This impressive list of honors for Cannon included rankings of:
1 Ski Resort in the East for Value
2 Ski Resort in the East for Scenery
2 Ski Resort in the East for Access
3 Ski Resort in the East for Overall Satisfaction
3 Ski Resort in the East for Lifts
5 Ski Resort in the East for Terrain/Challenge
6 Ski Resort in the East for Terrain/Variety
Cannon Mountain has 72 trails, 9 lifts, and terrain for all ability levels. Cannon features the largest vertical drop and highest lift-accessed terrain in New Hampshire, and Maine and New Hampshire's only aerial tramway. Cannon is located on I-93 in Franconia Notch State Park.
Bretton Woods Ski Area & Adventure CenterBretton Woods Ski Area & Adventure Center 99 Ski Area Rd.
Bretton Woods, NH 03575
The largest ski area in New Hampshire, Bretton Woods boasts some of the best conditions and weather in the region. 62 trails and 35 glades plus a 100-kilometer Nordic trail network make for endless fun for beginners and experts alike. Award-winning snow, service, and family programs with some of the most breathtaking scenery in the East make this a truly unique, world-class winter destination. Enjoy a wide array of other activities off the slopes too, including the year-round Canopy Tour - a high flying adventure with 9 zip lines, sky bridges, and rappels - plus indoor climbing wall, dog sledding, snowshoeing, ice climbing and more winter fun. And there's no shortage of summertime fun, with FREE scenic lift rides, plus ATV tours, rock climbing, mountaintop dining and more. Ask about the resort's Stay Here, Ski Free offer - a great winter getaway at a true New England value.
Cross Country Skiing
There are many options for cross country skiing, from groomed trails to backcountry treks. Several local inns also have trails for their guests.
You'll find miles and miles of easily accessible, groomed trails that connect with New Hampshire's "Corridor" and "Primary" trail system. You'll also find that Bethlehem is very "snowmobile friendly". Trail maps are available at the Visitors Center and most area lodgings. Local snowmobile rentals are also available. Bethlehem's local snowmobile trail association, Mount Agassiz Trail Association offers information on local trail conditions, maps, and other helpful information.
Hiking, Walking & Backpacking
There are hundreds of miles of trails to explore in the White Mountains. Discover beautiful waterfalls or scale New England's highest peak (Mt. Washington). In addition to the ranger stations, more information is available from the Appalachian Mountain Club, Pinkham Notch , or any local outfitter.
Heritage Trail: A Historical Walk Through J.J. Glessner's Rocks Estate
John Jacob Glessner, founding father of International Harvester, as well as one of the Forest Society's earliest members, would visit Bethlehem along with his family, in the late 1870's. For over a hundred years his descendants looked after The Rocks and the farming operation.
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