Jun 28 2012
If you are looking for a romantic setting to exchange vows with your beloved, then New Hampshire needs to be right at the top of the list. With nature bestowing it’s blessings in abundance, New Hampshire has some of the most exquisite settings for an auspicious occasion like marriage. And the Sunset Hill House is as good as any of the wedding destinations in New Hampshire. With mountains as the backdrop and natural beauty galore, this place is an inspiration for every artist. And when the harpist plays some euphonious melodies, the gourmet food tastes even better.
But you need to be quick on your feet ladies if you want to grab this place for your d-day as booking runs full almost 12 months in advance. And just in case Sunset Hill could not be yours, don’t fret. The Chase House provides an ambience no less. Located on the banks of river Connecticut, Chase House is New Hampshire’s national historic landmark. With its perennial borders, a natural pond and a spectacular view of Mount Ascutney, you can be sure of an intimate wedding experience. But in case you have a huge guest list, Chase House won’t satisfy with it’s capacity of just about a 100 people. In that case, the Mount Washington resort is your best bet.
One of the prettiest wedding destinations in New Hampshire, the Mount Washington Resort guarantees a fairy tale wedding in a fairy tale setting. Boasting of a dramatic background of high mountain peaks and a large hall with a capacity of over 200 people, this place is perfect for your wedding bash. Now talking of wedding destinations in New Hampshire, the Indian Head Resort deserves a mention solely for its excellent service and a sumptuous palette on offer. By saying this I am in no way undermining the picturesque setting of the place with White Mountains providing a serene background and a gazebo overlooking the Shadow Lake being the icing on the cake. And for all the music aficionados, the Indian Head Resort won’t disappoint you with one of the biggest dance floors in New Hampshire. But, my personal favorite amongst all the wedding destinations in New Hampshire – the Beer Tree Resort. Situated on the banks of the first Connecticut Lake, the calm reflection of the gigantic Mount Magalloway gives this place an earthy impression. And the food served by the culinary trained chefs is so sumptuous; I can’t help but be prejudiced. I am so sorry for spoiling you with so many choices, but this is my way of blessing you with a happy married life. God Bless.
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