Top Reasons to Visit Lamie’s Inn
- Located a few miles from the Atlantic Ocean in southeastern New Hampshire, Lamie’s Inn’s colonial-style building dates back to 1740 and has long been a popular campaign stop for presidential candidates. Former guests include Dwight D. Eisenhower, who spent two nights here after his presidency with his family in 1963.
- Though guest rooms feature period decor, they’re also equipped with modern amenities including private baths, refrigerators, microwaves, and cable TV.
- The inn is also known for The Old Salt Restaurant, a local favorite serving fresh boiled lobster, New England clambake, and award-winning clam chowder in a colonial setting. The restaurant’s Sunday brunch buffet features a smorgasbord of fresh fruit, breakfast entrees, salads, seafood, hand-carved meats, desserts, and a 36-inch chocolate fountain.
- A pleasant onsite pub with a nautical theme, The Old Salt Tavern has flat-screen TVs and live entertainment, making it a welcoming spot to watch a big game.
- Each morning, guests wake up to a complimentary continental breakfast.
- Other free perks include WiFi and access to the nearby 24-hour Vanguard Key Club North Hampton.
- Just 5 miles south of the inn, guests can stroll along the pristine sands of Hampton Beach State Park.
Hampton, New Hampshire: New England Resort Town with Award-Winning Beaches
Hampton’s namesake beach—Hampton Beach—is one of only four shorelines in the country named a “superstar beach” by the Natural Resources Defense Council. The award goes to those beaches deemed the safest in the United States thanks to a record of clean swimming water. Between catching and releasing sunrays, visitors can grab a bite or a beer at one of the many bars and cafés lining Ocean Boulevard.