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Meredith, N.H.

by Eric H.

Meredith has great appeal being beautifully situated on the western shores of Lake Winnepeusakee. Despite busy Route 3 dividing the lake and the unpretentious and small business district, Meredith feels like the epitome of a small town once you experience either side of the highway. The pleasant smell of the water and air in Meredith have a true mountain feel, which leaves you no choice but to relax. Meredith is truly a place for walking, boating, shopping and dining. The myriad paths along the lake are so pleasant that it's easy to forget about Route 3. The small-town scenery, the not-too-distant mountains and wide body of water make boating a summertime joy for many vacationers looking to find the perfect spot at well-known Lake Winnepeusakee. Shopping begins across the street from the lake at the Inn at Mills Falls (with the Inn and the Chase House as well-known, highly rated places to lodge in Meredith). Here you can find upscale and more down-to-earth shop alongside a pretty waterfall, eventually leading to the "real" downtown up on a hill -- a nice place to stroll, have a cup of coffee or ice cream, and feel like you're back in the 1940s or 50s. (photo by Eric H.)

Visit the Meredith, N.H. Chamber of Commerce Web Site for more information

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