Located adjacent to Loon Mountain, this resort offers visitors all the amenities of home, plus a little on the side. Each of their spacious one, two, or three bedroom units offers a full kitchen, fireplace, living room, and deck to make your stay away from home a little easier. Combined with 4 pools (2 indoor, 2 outdoor), 4 hot tubs (3 indoor, 1 outdoor), and a health and exercise club, you’ll have plenty of ways to unwind. $99-$319; 603-745-3401.
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