1 Tank of Gas Vacation Ideas
Does the price of gas have you rethinking your summer vacation plans? With airfare and gas prices hitting record highs, many travelers are looking for ways to enjoy summer without breaking the bank. On average, your car can travel 200 to 400 miles on a full tank of gas and the average car gets 24 […]
Six Cultural Adventures To Satisfy The Soul
While many travel to the Mt. Washington Valley for the thrill of winter sports or summer hiking, we realize that’s not for everyone. If you’re looking for some arts and culture in your life, this sleepy little state of New Hampshire might just surprise you. As it turns out, you don’t have to limit your […]
The Road Less Traveled for White Mountain Fall Foliage
Interested in seeing New Hampshire’s famous fall foliage but not looking forward to crowded roads, hiking trails or mega-resorts? You can leaf peep ‘til your heart’s content when you follow these tips for autumn foliage that take you off the beaten track, courtesy of the innkeepers of Snowvillage Inn, Jen and Kevin. Fall Foliage Tip […]
Making the Best of Remote Working
If remote working or learning has you feeling a bit stir crazy, you are not alone. As the pandemic stretches on, many people are learning that being in their office five days a week from nine to five is no longer the norm to get the job done. Yet constantly being at home can start […]
The Perfect Winter Day
Winter days in New England can be the perfect way to hit reset from the busy chaos of our daily lives and allow us to take in nature, serenity, and peace. So, close your eyes, and imagine the perfect winter day. You begin your morning waking to the smell of freshly baked muffins and coffee, […]
Simple Holiday Cheer
Remember the years where the holidays seemed so much simpler? Days spent playing in freshly fallen snow, followed by warm fires in the fireplace shared with dear friends and family were the norm. Now, we seem to find ourselves consumed by finding the latest tech gadget, often rushing through the holidays, and missing out on […]
Changing Colors. Changing Perspectives.
With the hustle and bustle of summer on its way out, and fall knocking on the door, many find this as a time to slow down, hit pause, and shift perspectives. Perhaps now more than ever, with many jobs moving to remote work and college kids staying home, the traditional norms of travel have evolved […]
Is It the Right Time for a Minimalist Wedding?
The concept of minimalism has officially hit the wedding style scene. With so much going on in the world now, this trend towards simplification couldn’t be more refreshing. Couples are hopping on the “less is more” train by clearing away the clutter, eliminating the frills, and being very intentional about what they choose to be part of their big day. In essence, minimalist weddings only include the things that—in the words of Marie Kondo—spark joy.
The One Less Traveled By
“Two roads diverged in a wood, and I— I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference.” – Robert Frost A different time, a different place, but New Hampshire’s own Robert Frost understood what we still face today. Both literally and figuratively, his words convey that there comes a time […]
Why Small is the New Big at Snowvillage Inn
Why Small is the New Big at Snowvillage Inn Secluded Are you dreaming of a getaway later this season? With much of the world staying at home in spring 2020, what might a perfect vacation look like later this year and beyond? Those in the travel business are pulling out their crystal balls to anticipate […]