Explore a Season:

10 Romantic Winter Spots

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Odiorne Point
At Odiorne Point State Park, you and your special someone will enjoy sweeping views of the ocean and rocky shore. An extensive network of trails wind through the park, and will set the mood for some together time in the great outdoors.

"I love sitting atop an old bunker at Odiorne Point in Rye at night watching the harbor" - George


Woodstock
Nestled in the White Mountains, Woodstock's charming downtown and stunning natural attractions make it ideal romantic getaway. Take in a winter hike or snowshoeing at the Lost River or The Flume-or enjoy a day on the slopes at nearby Loon Mountain, Cannon Mountain or Bretton Woods ski areas.

"I proposed to my wife on top of Mt. Lincoln, we stayed in Woodstock and ventured around taking in the peak fall colors that weekend so that whole area for us" - Chris
 

Lake Winnipesaukee
The largest lake in the state, Lake Winnipesaukee is surrounded by three towering mountain ranges. The wooded shoreline and crystal clear water of this spring-fed lake make it a popular year-round destination for lovebirds. Nearby Mt. Major offers one of the best vantage points for taking in the breathtaking views together.

"Meredith, Lake Winnipesuakee in the winter. Walking through the Mill Falls stores during the Christmas season at night with the sound of Clydesdales walking on the street" - Sherry
 

Diana's Baths
Diana's Baths is a series of small waterfalls located in the southeastern corner of the town of Bartlett, New Hampshire, near the village of North Conway. This historic site within the White Mountain National Forest is prized for its unique beauty-especially so in winter when the waterfalls freeze into stunning icy sculptures.

"Diana's Baths.. But not in the middle of summer, more like fall when school is in..." - Elaine
 

Christmas Farm Inn
This New Hampshire Inn's guest rooms and suites offer the perfect setting for your romantic getaway. Couples love the inn's romance packages, the "Honeymoon" covered bridge and romantic candle-lit dinners as the award-wining restaurant. No wonder Jackson has been named one of the Top Ten Most Romantic Villages in America.

"Christmas Farm Inn in Jefferson, NH. It was such a quiet and romantic spot!" - Debra


Cathedral Ledge
A scenic trail around Echo Lake provides great views of sheer, 700-foot Cathedral Ledge which towers over the lake. A mile-long auto road and hiking trails lead to the top of Cathedral Ledge where views across the Saco River Valley to the White Mountains can be enjoyed. If you and your date are in the adventurous mood, the Ledge offers some of the most challenging ice climbing in the state.

"Catherdral Ledge where we were married back in 1979" - Janice


Inn at Thorn Hill
Situated in the White Mountains, the Inn at Thorn Hill is an Award winning country style inn located in the beautiful setting village of Jackson. Here, romance is always in the air-with a charming covered bridge, wraparound porch and virtually guaranteed awe-inspiring sunsets over the snowy landscape.

"The Inn at Thorn Hill in Jackson, NH. It's such a charming place, perfect for a romantic getaway" - Abby


Sabbaday Falls
The main gorge at Sabbaday Falls was carved over 10,000 years ago by large volumes of water from the last melting glacier. This frozen winter wonderland offers solitude and exceptional beauty-with more than a few hand-holding opportunities.

"Sabbaday Falls because that's where I got engaged on 11/30/13. Beyond romantic with the snow and all!" - April


Sculptured Rocks
A unique example of nature's powerful yet delicate artistry, Sculptured Rocks Natural Area spans 272 acres-a place where time is measured in millennia. Fascinating natural rock carvings set the mood for imagination, as you and your loved one look for heart-shaped rocks.

"Sculptured Rocks in Groton. Got engaged there and re-enacted the deed fifty years later." - Mary
 

North Conway Grand Hotel
The North Conway Grand Hotel is one the finest resorts in the heart of the New Hampshire White Mountains, with 200 guest rooms and suites. Here, you'll get cozy by the fire and sip on hot chocolate-reflecting on a spectacular day of exploring in the snowy mountains.

"North Conway Grand Hotel, that's where we spent our honeymoon..it was awesome...the view and right down the road from the Mt. Washington observation point..it was a great week.." - Michael