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CONTENTS 3 WELCOME 5 AGENDA 8 Five event planning takeaways

Tips from McLean Communications’ Marketing & Events Manager Erica Baglieri

10 Keeping Track of Meeting Trends for 2018

From Security and Technology to Venues and Snacks

12 The Many lucrative benefits of live streaming

Why webcasting is an important part of the event-planning process

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Cooking up a career White Mountains Community College, Omni Mt. Washington team up on culinary program A partnership and apprenticeship program between Omni Mount Washington Resort’s in-house Bretton Woods Culinary Academy and White Mountains Community College will be offering an answer to hospitality workforce challenges and an opportunity for students to learn from a top tourism destination. Designed to address a shortage of highly trained culinary professionals in New Hampshire, the three-year apprenticeship program will provide comprehensive training and full-time employment for students pursuing an associate degree in culinary arts from WMCC’s Culinary Institute. “Apprenticeships are a proven approach for providing high quality culinary arts training that benefit both students and industry partner hosts,” said Kurt Hohmeister, associate professor at WMCC, a former executive chef, and culinary instructor at WMCC for over 30 years. “We’re joining forces to give students the best possible educational experience while Omni Mount Washington Resort fills an immediate staffing need and helps shape the next generation of culinary leaders.”

The apprenticeship program is modeled on a successful 20-year partnership between the Balsams Grand Hotel, which is currently undergoing redevelopment, and WMCC. The program launched the careers of many accomplished chefs, restaurateurs, and others in the culinary field, many of whom have offered to help with the newest industry partnership. M EE T ING S & C ON V EN T ION P L ANNER 2 0 1 8

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Target: spring Balsams developer sees construction of long-awaited project starting soon Dixville Capital LLC, the company with plans to revive the Balsams Resort, is poised to begin construction of the North Country landmark in the spring. Meanwhile, officials said they’re hopeful that the work will begin just as its lead lender, Service Credit Union,

awaits the OK from the NH Business Finance Authority, which is considering guaranteeing the $28 million loan. Start of construction would be a major milestone in the project, which backers and economic development officials in the region see as essential for the North Country. The first phase of construction includes renovation of the resort’s historic Hampshire and Hale houses as well as construction of a new 400room Lake Gloriette House Hotel and Conference Center, with Nordic baths and spa, and a marketplace and an expansion of the former Wilderness ski area.

Lead developer Les Otten has been bullish about the project since coming on board in 2015. In that time, the $170 million project has hit more than its share of hurdles, mostly involving financing and regulatory issues. Despite that, more than 120 families and individuals have made a 5 percent refundable deposit toward purchase of a unit in the Hampshire and Hale and Lake Gloriette houses. Those pre-sale contracts represent $26.1 million in future sales, Otten said. He said deposits have been received from future purchasers in 18 states, including California, Colorado and Texas as well as Ontario, Canada.

For a change Multimillion-dollar transformation will turn Manchester hotel into a DoubleTree by Hilton The Radisson Hotel Manchester is about to undergo a multimillion-dollar redesign and transformation into a newly branded DoubleTree by Hilton, officials announced Wednesday. During the renovations, which are expected to be finished by the end of the year, the hotel will continue operations, temporarily rebranded as The Manchester Downtown Hotel. “Our location has been a staple in downtown Manchester since it opened 34 years ago, hosting presidential candidates, local dignitaries, rock stars and thousands of events,” said Kim Roy, general manager of the property. “This upcoming alignment, combined with extensive modernizations, will further enhance our guests’ experience and help attract more visitors, meetings and events to downtown Manchester.” She said the hotel will undergo a redesign and refurnishing process that includes: 6

• Renovated guest rooms • A new restaurant, bar and dining options • Reconfigured lobby • Addition of a Hilton Honors Lounge • Business center expansion • Renovated meeting spaces • A new market featuring beverages and snacks “DoubleTree by Hilton is one of the strongest and most well-respected hotel brands in the world, and our associates are very pleased to be able to provide this new hotel and its services to the community,” said Roy.

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The great outdoors Recreation is an $8.7 billion industry in New Hampshire If you needed any further proof that New Hampshire is indeed an inviting place for people who like to spend their leisure time outdoors, then a recent study might convince you. According to a report from the Colorado-based Outdoor Industry Association, outdoor recreation in the Granite State annually generates $8.7 billion in consumer spending and $528 million in state and local tax revenue. The report found that 69 percent of New Hampshire residents participate in outdoor recreation each year, and are more likely to participate in day hiking and kayaking than the average American. In fact, the report says, more jobs in New Hampshire depend on outdoor recreation than the state’s high-tech sector. There are 79,000 jobs in the outdoor recreation space and 44,000 in the high tech sector. Employees working in outdoor recreation jobs pull in $2.6 billion in wages and salaries. In putting together the report, the authors counted a wide variety of activities to be included in the outdoor recreation category: camping, fishing, hunting, motorcycling, off-roading, snow sports, trail sports, water sports, bicycling, skateboarding and wildlife viewing. Nationally, the report says, the outdoor economy generates $887 billion in consumer spending annually, which results in $65.3 billion in federal tax revenue and totaling state and local tax revenue at $59.2 billion. MEETINGS & CONVENTION PLANNER 2018

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Tips from McLean Communications’ Marketing & Events Manager E Having worked in the events space for more than 10 years, McLean Communications’ Marketing & Events Manager Erica Baglieri shared her top takeaways when it comes to organizing a business event.

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Your audience will determine your venue:

Look at the demographics and size of the audience expected to attend your event; this will help narrow down your venue choice, says Baglieri. Figuring out the format of the event — whether a lectureseries, panelists or awards ceremony — will determine what seating style would be best. Should the room be laid out as if it were a classroom? Should there be large roundtables that are only filled to half maximum capacity to allow everyone to face forward? “The seating is important because that will affect the space,” says Baglieri, who has learned a stage is always necessary. “For any business event, whether there’s a panel or its an awards ceremony, a stage is incredibly important because it takes the event to the next level and makes the audience focus on the presentation,” she says. Above: Edward Prewitt, editorial director for NEJM Catalyst, speaks at NH Business Review’s Health Care Trends event. At left: Baglieri, center, with other members of the McLean Communications crew at NH Business Review’s BOB Awards. Both events were held at the Grappone Conference Center. (Photos by Jodie Andruskevich) 8

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Consider personalities when selecting panelists:

Fortunately, in a state as small as New Hampshire, you may know many of the people you’re considering asking to be a part of your event. Baglieri suggests selecting panelists who have no problem speaking in a large event setting. Including a panel with some varying personalities (shy away from all quiet speakers) will ensure there’s some lively interaction. Each panelist should be selected to speak about a specific focus or perspective of the topic, providing the attendee with what they’re seeking to get from the event. “There’s a reason the panelists are there; they each cover a point,” says Baglieri.


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Engage the audience in multiple ways:

Building audience engagement is number one when it comes to planning an event. “The biggest trend is moving toward the digital world, whether using mobile apps or social media to engage the attendee,” says Baglieri. Having a Twitter hashtag allows the audience to share information online and communicate in real time during the event or pick up the conversation after it has ended. Live broadcasting the event is becoming more popular, especially as more groups take advantage of Facebook Live, which then brings the event’s profile page to the top of followers’ newsfeed. Even after the event, McLean Communications sends out each presentation via an email blast, allowing attendees to go back and see what they missed, if they had to leave early. In case of a particularly quiet audience, Baglieri also recommends planting individuals in the audience to ask questions, which often inspires others to participate. And ensure the event materials provide attendees with some additional information for the road. “We’ll give them additional nuggets of information that adds to the event’s value,” she says.

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Make sure there’s an AV tech handy:

If you’re going to run any video, “You’ll want an experience AV tech onsite for the entire event,” says Baglieri. They’ll have extra cables or microphones. “We’ve had a microphone break on us multiple times,” she warns. Don’t let AV techs setup the video and leave. Larger hotels have their own AV tech that may leave the room, but ensure you know who to call if something goes wrong.

McLean Communications’ Marketing and Events Manager Erica Baglieri with musician Steven Tyler, a special guest at New Hampshire Magazine’s Best of NH Party at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium. (Photo by Karen Bachelder)

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Have an integrated marketing approach:

“It’s important to have the widest array of techniques,” says Baglieri, listing off e-blasts as well as social media and web ads as McLean Communications’ most useful tools to increase audience attendance. Marketing plans should “integrate print, radio and, if you can, T.V.” Engaging with local influences, whether bloggers or individuals with a strong social media presence who would push the event, also “makes a huge difference in attendance,” says Baglieri. You can find these influences through examining who is engaging with your brand by retweeting or who regularly attends your events. Some may be willing to spread the word for free, while others can be encouraged with free tickets.

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Keeping track of meeting trends for 2018 From security and technology to venues and snacks, here’s what’s happening around the world The overall cost per attendee per day for meetings and events around the globe increased in 2017, and that increase is to continue rising. That bit of news is among the predictions contained in CWT Meetings & Events’ 2018 Meetings and Events Future Trends report. (CWT Meetings & Events is a division of global travel management company Carlson Wagonlit Travel.) “Costs are rising in key meeting and events markets, globally,” said Cindy Fisher, senior vice president at CWT M&E. “With a 3.7 percent increase in hotels and 3.5 percent rise in air fares projected for 2018, that trend is likely to continue.” In the U.S. and Canada, she said, cost per attendee per day increased by 3 percent in 2017 with new supply growth slightly exceeding demand. In the U.S., hotel and

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air travel prices are both expected to increase by 2.5 percent as 2018 progresses, with expectations that new supply growth and increasing demand will be about evenly matched. Meanwhile, hotel prices are expected to increase in 2018 as well. On top of that, domestic leisure travel has been increasing, meaning some hotels and resorts may limit group blocks at peak times.

Latest trends But going beyond statistics to the root of what it means to hold a meeting or event, the report also explores the latest industry trends and recommendations. Among them:

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• Safety and security: It used to be that visible security personnel and ID checks were considered negatives for attendees. But today, visible security may add to the attendee experience, at the least because it reassures attendees that the meeting organizer takes security seriously. CWT M&E also notes that meeting organizers are tightening security procedures industry-wide. • Digital security: While Wi-Fi is a minimum expectation of event attendees, easy-to-access Wi-Fi can be vulnerable to hacking. CWT M&E recommends strong cybersecurity at both the head office and the event site, and the company suggests changing the event Wi-Fi password everyday and notifying attendees through the meeting app. • Registration: Here, technology needs to start catching up, as attendees become more accustomed to check-in kiosks and other automated registration technologies, compared with the manual meeting registration process they often encounter. It’s part of the goal of making the attendees’ experience as simple as possible.

• Social media and event apps are factoring in during sessions rather than after presentations and conferences end. That includes polling attendees to engage attendees in real time. • Systematic data collection, across multiple events, compounds the value of data by enabling companies to compare and analyze multiple events both together and against each other. • Procurement teams are becoming more involved in event management in order to lend costtracking and -management skills to the bottom line. • Room layout is veering from tradition to sofas and even standing meetings. • Unique venues are playing host to events, especially when such a venue reflects the company’s brand. But CWT M&E cautions that it also can increase planning time and cost, so keep an eye on attendee experience versus cost. • Snacks at every break are yielding to a qualityover-quantity approach favoring local and healthy food and beverages. The localized approach also can increase an event’s impact by differentiating events from each other.

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The many lucrative benefits of live streaming Why webcasting is an important part of the event-planning process By Dale Ouellette A recent article published in Meetings & Conventions Magazine listed the top 10 trends in live events for 2018. Number two on the list was live streaming, or webcasting. Why would this be so high on the list? Aside from the obvious benefit of reaching a global audience for an extended period, webcasting your event provides many lucrative benefits: • Engage new audiences: Webcasting your event allows your brand to reach new and global audiences that previously weren’t accessible to you either due to calendar conflicts, location or time zone. • Pay-per-view: This is particularly attractive for those running training courses or seminars and has the potential to boost your revenue while providing valuable Continuing Education credits. • Sponsorship opportunities: Whether through video rolls, banner ads or some

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other form of display — sponsors relish the opportunity of reaching a targeted demographic. • Boost audience engagement: With the potential to include active participation through live Q&A, social media and chat rooms it has the ability to match, if not exceed, your event’s in-room engagement. • Include remote presenters: Combining video conferencing technology with webcast technology allows presenters to present from anywhere.

Even considering all these positives, some companies still have objections. • Objection 1: Webcasting is too complex for us. Maybe so, but hiring the right managed service provider can make it easy. Cameras, microphones, encoders: they can provide it all. They can also offer you a customizable player so your webcast will look as unique as your brand.


• Objection 2: Webcasting is way too expensive. This isn’t true any more. New technology has brought the cost of webcasting and video production to affordable levels. Utilizing your Facebook Live or YouTube Live account can keep cost down while providing valuable marketing and SEO benefits. • Objection 3: Webcasting will dilute my live attendance. Finally, we come to the most common objection to webcasting your events. If you’re in the business of selling tickets, the question is a logical one. But it’s not the only question you should ask. Here’s a more important one: Is the value of watching your event online the same as being there in person? The content is the same. The ability to ask presenters questions is the same. So don’t give it away for free — create a new revenue stream with Payper-View. If you don’t feel it has the same value, start thinking about live streaming in a different way: Stop thinking of webcasting as a replacement for live attendance, rather as a marketing tool for next year’s event. Webcasting doesn’t have to be about this event at all. Webcasting is about your next event. Think about all the on-the-fence prospects who ultimately decided to stay home this time. What if they could really see what your event is all about? Don’t you think a fair number of them might make a different decision when your next event comes around? When you think about live streaming as a marketing campaign, everything starts to fall into place.

Of course, for live streaming to make a marketing impact, you have to webcast more than static videos of people speaking. You’re promoting your event as a great live experience, so show it off! Let people be a fly on the wall during your networking sessions. Do man-on-the-street style interviews with your attendees. Show your attendees gathered for check-in in the morning. Give people online a look at how great your cocktail hour is.

You should show online viewers whatever it takes to make them think, “Wow! I really should’ve been there!” When you do that, and you start to see how rapidly your event-over-event attendance grows, you’ll agree with us: Webcasting (or live streaming) is one of the most important parts of your event-planning process. Dale Ouellette, producer/director-online media for Edify Multimedia Group in Nashua, can be reached at 603-943-5308 or dale@edifymultimedia.com.

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The Seven Regions of NH New Hampshire is made up of seven very different regions, each as exciting as the next. The Seacoast, Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee, Lakes Region, Merrimack Valley, Monadnock Region, White Mountains and Great North Woods are filled with natural beauty, cultural events and classic New England living. It’s one family vacation idea after another, and the only way to truly appreciate it all is to see it for yourself. Use the list at left to learn more about each of New Hampshire’s distinct, yet equally unforgettable, regions.

 GREAT NORTH WOODS Halfway between the Equator and the North Pole, the Great North Woods is at once rugged and inviting. This is where travelers over the centuries have come in search of beauty, adventure and inspiration, while enjoying legendary North Woods hospitality. Here is where you can go take a hike to watch the sunrise before breakfast, go fly fishing after lunch and get dressed up for an elegant dinner at a grand hotel. Whatever your passion, from fine dining to snowmobiling to camping under the stars, the Great North Woods is a destination in which to indulge it.

 WHITE MOUNTAINS If one New Hampshire region is synonymous with recreation, it’s the White Mountains. Forty-eight 4,000 foot peaks are found here, along with the highest mountain in the Northeast, 6,288-foot Mt. Washington; but it is the 800,000-acre White Mountain National Forest that truly shapes the region.

 LAKES REGION The Lakes Region: the name alone stirs memories of blissful, sunny days spent on the water, the joy of vacations, boat rides and camp, when everything moved at a slow summer simmer; and you connected with people and places that still resonate within you today. Summer may be the Lakes Region’s best-known season, but wrap the hillsides in spring green, the blazing colors of fall or a thick blanket of snow, and it is every bit as magical. While there are 273 lakes and ponds in the Lakes Region, one lake dominates them all: Lake Winnipesaukee.

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 DARTMOUTH-

LAKE SUNAPEE

If only one region of New Hampshire could be known as a study in contrasts, it would be the Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee Region. Named for Dartmouth — Hanover’s Ivy League college — and Sunapee — the crystal clear lake, State Park, and mountain, all of the same name — the region includes quiet country roads and rolling farmland, pristine lakes, a bustling hub of higher education and medicine, and some of today’s favorite family activities and recreation.

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For the New England of picture books, you need go no further than the Monadnock Region. Here you’ll find small villages where white clapboard churches and town halls edge manicured town greens. Rolling fields with neatly planted rows quilt the hillsides, and country roads lined by rock walls invite exploration at a leisurely pace.

 MERRIMACK VALLEY In New Hampshire, where the capital’s name, Concord, is a synonym for harmony, it’s not surprising to find music and the performing visual arts central to life in the city and the entire Merrimack Valley Region. The state’s three largest cities — Concord, Manchester and Nashua — have an especially rich cultural life, with a variety of offerings year-round.

 SEACOAST New Hampshire’s seacoast captures the essence of New England’s oceanfront. In just 18 miles of coastline, there are long, sandy beaches, working ports, offshore islands, surf-stung rocks, and popular resort towns and villages that date back nearly four hundred years. Many visitors begin their tours of New Hampshire along the coast, drawn by the sound and scent of the sea, and intrigued by all the region offers. MEETINGS & CONVENTION PLANNER 2018

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GROUP SIZE

THEATER CAPACITY

BANQUET CAPACITY

CLASSROOM CAPACITY

200

25

N/A

600

250

325

Courtyard by Marriott-Hanover/Lebanon, courtyard-hanoverlebanon.com 10 Morgan Drive, Lebanon, NH 03766, 603-643-5600, 603-643-5669

124

4

170

170

120

84-96

Dexter’s Inn, Trails & Restaurant, dextersnh.com 258 Stagecoach Road, Sunapee, NH 03782, 603-763-5571

19

3

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

The Dowd’s Country Inn, dowdscountryinn.com On The Common, 9 Main Street, Lyme, NH 03768, 800-482-4712, 603-795-4220

20

9

15-30200

N/A

Eastman Community Association, eastmannh.org 6 Clubhouse Lane, PO Box 53, Grantham, NH 03753, 603-863-8000

N/A

4

N/A

250

160

125

20

3

100

N/A

125

100

The Fells Historic Estate & Gardens, thefells.org On Lake Sunapee, 456 Route 103A, PO Box 276, Newbury, NH 03255, 603-763-4789

N/A

3

175

200

175

45

Fireside Inn & Suites, firesideinnwestlebanon.com 25 Airport Road, West Lebanon, NH 03784, 603-298-5900, 603-298-0340

126

11

450

20-40

108

10

480

415

300

240

10

2

200

N/A

200

N/A

N/A

1

70,100

N/A

70,100

N/A

12

3

150

120

300

120

N/A

2

75

N/A

75

75

N/A

2

40-100

40

50

N/A

N/A

5

250

250

250

250

47

2

120

120

90

35

23

1

45

N/A

N/A

N/A

11

4

70

N/A

70

N/A

55

2

100

N/A

80

60

10

1

150

0

150

0

0

2

200

150

150

160

0

30

20

400

350

20

N/A

1

200

200

200

200

N/A

2

500

N/A

225

150

38

5

200

220

200

100

DARTMOUTH-LAKE SUNAPEE REGION See ad, Colby Sawyer College, colby-sawyer.edu/functions/ pg. 31 541 Main Street, New London, NH 03257, 603-526-3720, 603-526-3990

Enfield Shaker Museum, shakermuseum.org 447 NH Route 4A, Enfield, NH 03748, 603-632-4346

Hanover Inn Dartmouth, hanoverinn.com

See ad, pg. 4 Two East Wheelock Street, Hanover, NH 03755, 603-643-4300, 603-643-4433

Andover Barn & Highland Lake Inn, highlandlakeinn.com 32 Maple Street, Andover, NH 03216, 603-735-6426

Jesse’s Steaks, Seafood & Tavern, jesses.com Route 120, 224 Lebanon St., PO Box 665, Hanover, NH 03755, 603-643-4111, 603-643-3340

Lake Sunapee Country Club, lakesunapeecc.com 289 Country Club Lane, PO Box 2460, New London, NH 03257, 603-526-6040, 603-526-0220 Lake Sunapee Cruises - M/V Kearsarge - M/V Mt. Sunapee II, sunapeecruises.com Town Dock - Sunapee Harbor, 1 Lake Ave, PO Box 774, Bradford, NH 03221, 603-938-6465, 603-938-5671

Lui Lui of West Lebanon, luilui.com Powerhouse Mall Plaza, 8 Glen Rd #11, West Lebanon, NH 03784, 603-298-7070, 603-298-8209

Mount Sunapee Resort, mountsunapee.com 1398 Route 103, PO Box 2021, Newbury, NH 03255, 603-763-3500, 603-763-5989

Mountain Edge Resort & Spa at Sunapee, mountainedgeresort.com 1380 Route 103, Newbury, NH 03255, 603-763-4600, 603-763-6097 The New London Inn, thenewlondoninn.com See ad, 353 Main Street, PO Box 8, New London, NH 03257, 603-526-2791, 603-526-2749 pg. 15

Rosewood Country Inn, rosewoodcountryinn.com 67 Pleasant View Road, Bradford, NH 03221, 800-938-5273, 603-938-5253 Sunapee Lake Lodge, sunapeelakelodge.com 1403 Route 103, Mt. Sunapee, NH 03255, 603-763-2010, 603-763-3314

NUMBER OF  ROOMS

NUMBER OF MEETING RMS.

Meetings & Conference Facilities

60-200 150-200

48-400 20-270

LAKES REGION The Barn at Pickering House, pickeringhousewolfeboro.com 116 South Main Street, Wolfeboro, NH 03894, 603-569-6948 Belknap Mill, belknapmill.org 25 Beacon Street East, Laconia, NH 03246, 603-524-8813

Brewster Academy, brewsteracademy.org 80 Academy Drive, Wolfeboro, NH 03894, 603-569-7400

Castle in the Clouds, castleintheclouds.org 455 Old Mountain Road, Route 171, PO Box 687, Moultonborough, NH 03254, 603-476-5900, 603-476-2512

Cody Outdoor Center, campcody.com 9 Cody Road, Freedom, NH 03836, 603-539-4997, 603-539-5840

The Common Man Inn & Spa, thecmaninn.com 231 Main Street, Plymouth, NH 03264, 603-536-2200, 603-536-7773 16

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NUMBER OF  ROOMS

NUMBER OF MEETING RMS.

GROUP SIZE

THEATER CAPACITY

BANQUET CAPACITY

CLASSROOM CAPACITY

4

2

25

25

25

25

N/A

2

300

N/A

300

300

0

5

300

450

300

150

N/A

5

120

125

120

70

14

1

N/A

N/A

225

N/A

28

2

185

N/A

N/A

N/A

171

21

300

300

240

160

34

2

36

36

32

20

11

2

35

35

35

35

25

1

35

35

42

35

N/A

1

500

500

500

185

93

1

50

N/A

50

N/A

N/A

1

150

N/A

150

150

Mount Washington Cruises, cruisenh.com 211 Lakeside Avenue, PO Box 5367, Laconia, NH 03247, 603-366-5531, 603-366-2007

N/A

3

500

120

450

120

NASWA Resort, naswa.com 1086 Weirs Boulevard, Laconia, NH 03246, 603-366-4341, 603-366-5731

82

3

150

100

150

50

Plymouth State University Welcome Center & Ice Arena, plymouth.edu/arena 17 High Street, Plymouth, NH 03264, 603-535-2758, 603-535-3369

N/A

1

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Squam Lakes Natural Science Center, nhnature.org 23 Science Ctr. Road, PO Box 173, Holderness, NH 03245, 603-968-7194, 603-968-2229

N/A

5

75

80

60

75

Steele Hill Resorts, steelehillresorts.com 516 Steele Hill Road, Sanbornton, NH 03269, 603-524-0500, 603-581-2395

160

6

100

100

200

55

The Wolfeboro Inn, wolfeboroinn.com 90 North Main Street, PO Box 1270, Wolfeboro, NH 03894, 603-569-3016, 603-569-5375

44

3

140

190

140

90

N/A

4

N/A

1,200

850

1,200

Ash Street Inn, ashstreetinn.com 118 Ash Street, Manchester, NH 03104, 603-668-9908, 603-629-9532

5

1

12

N/A

N/A

N/A

Atkinson Resort & Country Club, atkinsonresort.com 85 Country Club Drive, Atkinson, NH 03811, 603-362-8700, 603-362-5727

16

8

N/A

600

700

350

N/A

3

175

60-100

120

40

N/A

1

100

55

N/A

N/A

LAKES REGION continued Coppertoppe Inn & Retreat Center, coppertoppe.com 8 Range Road, Hebron, NH 03241, 603-744-3636, 603-947-3264 Funspot, funspotnh.com 579 Endicott Street North, PO Box 5428, Laconia, NH 03246, 603-366-4377, 603-366-2077

Gunstock Mountain Resort, www.gunstock.com 719 Cherry Valley Road, Route 11A, PO Box 1307, Gilford, NH 03249, 603-737-4311, 603-293-4318 Hart’s Turkey Farm, hartsturkeyfarm.com 233 DW Highway, PO Box 664, Meredith, NH 03253, 603-279-6212, 603-279-7146 The Inn on Main, innnewhampshire.com 200 North Main Street, PO Box 1089, Wolfeboro, NH 03894, 603-569-1335

The Inn on Newfound Lake, newfoundlake.com 1030 Mayhew Turnpike, Bridgewater, NH 03222, 603-744-9111, 603-744-3894 See ad, Mill Falls at the Lake, millfalls.com pg. 29 312 Daniel Webster Hwy., Meredith, NH 03253, 800-508-4598, 603-677-8694

Lake Opechee Inn & Spa, opecheeinn.com 62 Doris Ray Court, Laconia, NH 03246, 603-524-0111, 603-524-1114

Lochland Lodge & Conference Center, lochlandlodge.com 238 US Route 3, Holderness, NH 03245, 603-279-4484, 603-279-9024 Manor On Golden Pond, manorongoldenpond.com 31 Manor Dr., PO Box T, Holderness, NH 03245, 603-968-3348, 603-968-2116

Bank of NH Pavillion, banknhpavilion.com 72 Meadowbrook Lane, PO Box 7296, Gilford, NH 03249, 603-293-4700

Misty Harbor & Barefoot Beach Resort, mistyharbor.com 118 Weirs Road, Gilford, NH 03249, 603-293-4500, 603-293-0493

Mojalaki Country Club, mojalaki.com 321 Prospect Street, Franklin, NH 03235, 603-934-3033

MERRIMACK VALLEY REGION Alpine Grove Banquet & BBQ Facility, alpinegrove.com 19 South Depot Road, Route 111A, Hollis, NH 03049, 603-882-9051

Aviation Museum of New Hampshire, aviationmuseumofnh.org 27 Navigator Road, Londonderry, NH 03053, 603-669-4820 The Barley House, thebarleyhouse.com 132 North Main Street, Concord, NH 03301, 603-228-6363, 603-228-6565

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NUMBER OF MEETING RMS.

GROUP SIZE

THEATER CAPACITY

BANQUET CAPACITY

CLASSROOM CAPACITY

12

2-200

200

200

125

Bektash Shriners Function Center, bektashshriners.org 189 Pembroke Road, PO Box 4086, Concord, NH 03302, 603-225-5372, 603-225-9430

N/A

3

350

500

350

400

Best Western Concord Inn & Suites, concordbestwestern.com 97 Hall Street, Concord, NH 03301, 603-228-4300, 603-228-4301

66

1

30

30

N/A

20

134

12

500

500

500

260

N/A

2

225

N/A

N/A

N/A

Brookstone Event Center, brookstone-park.com 14 Route 111, Derry, NH 03038, 603-328-9255, 603-328-9269

N/A

3

350

250

250

150

Candia Woods Golf Links, candiawoods.com 313 South Road, Candia, NH 03034, 603-483-2307, 603-483-0590

N/A

1

140

N/A

140

N/A

Canterbury Woods Country Club, canterburywoodscc.com 15 West Road, Canterbury, NH 03224, 603-783-9400, 603-783-8900

N/A

1

120

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

5

422

1,304

250

N/A

N/A

8

500

500

500

500

32

5

85

85

70

0

N/A

3

15-2560

N/A

60

N/A

Colby Hill Inn, colbyhillinn.com 33 The Oaks Street, PO Box 779, Henniker, NH 03242, 603-428-3281, 603-428-9218

14

1

26

N/A

120

25

Comfort Inn Concord, comfortinnconcord.com 71 Hall Street, Concord, NH 03301, 603-226-4100, 603-228-2106

100

2

60

55

0

36

95

1

N/A

42

N/A

28

N/A

3

15-3264

N/A

64

50

N/A

2

405

N/A

405

N/A

N/A

4

N/A

N/A

75

N/A

90

8

700

700

500

400

Courtyard Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, marriott.com/mhtcy 700 Huse Road, Manchester, NH 03103, 603-641-4900, 603-641-0001

139

2

94

94

40

36

Crowne Plaza Nashua, cpnashua.com 2 Somerset Parkway, Nashua, NH 03063, 603-886-1200, 603-594-9033

230

12

600

600

400

275

Currier Museum of Art, currier.org 150 Ash Street, Manchester, NH 03104, 603-669-6144 x110, 603-669-7194

N/A

5

200

180-210

150

60

N/A

1

220

N/A

220

N/A

The Derryfield, www.thederryfield.com 625 Mammoth Road, Manchester, NH 03104, 603-623-2880, 603-623-6850

N/A

1

200

200

200

160

EastPoint Executive Center, officespace.com 99 Pine Hill Road, Nashua, NH 03063, 603-880-3223

N/A

2

6-12

N/A

N/A

1216

Firefly American Bistro & Bar, fireflynh.com 22 Concord Street, Manchester, NH 03101, 603-935-9740

N/A

1

30

N/A

N/A

N/A

Fireside Inn & Suites, firesideinnnashua.com 10 St. Laurent Street, Nashua, NH 03064, 603-883-7700

100

1

15

N/A

N/A

N/A

pg. 19 2 Olde Bedford Way, Bedford, NH 03110, 603-472-2001, 603-472-2379

Best Western Plus Executive Court Inn & Conference Ctr./The Yard Restaurant, executivecourtinn.com, 13500 South Willow Street, Manchester, NH 03103, 603-627-2525, 603-665-7090

Birch Wood Vineyards, birchwoodvineyards.com 199 Rockingham Road, Derry, NH 03038, 603-965-4359, 603-965-4349

Capitol Center for the Arts, ccanh.com 44 South Main Street, Concord, NH 03301, 603-225-1111 ext. 114, 603-224-3408

Castleton Banquet and Conference Center, castletonbcc.com 58 Enterprise Drive, PO Box 957, Windham, NH 03087, 603-898-6300, 603-894-6503 The Centennial Hotel, thecentennialhotel.com 96 Pleasant Street, Concord, NH 03301, 603-227-9000, 603-225-5031

Chen Yang Li Restaurant, chenyangli.com 124 South River Road, Bedford, NH 03110, 603-228-8508, 603-228-8308

Comfort Inn Airport, comfortinn.com/hotel-manchester-new_hampshire-NH002 298 Queen City Avenue, Manchester, NH 03102, 603-668-2600, 603-625-2081

Common Man Concord, thecman.com 25 Water Street, 1 Gulf Street (for GPS directions), Concord, NH 03301, 603-228-3463

Copper Door Restaurant, copperdoorrestaurant.com 5 Leavy Drive, Bedford, NH 03110, 603-488-2677 Country Tavern Restaurant & Pub, countrytavern.org 452 Amherst Street, Nashua, NH 03063, 603-889-5871 See ad, Courtyard by Marriott & Grappone Conference Center, courtyardconcord.com pg. 27 70 Constitution Avenue, Concord, NH 03301, 603-225-0303, 603-225-8916

Dell-Lea Weddings & Events, dell-lea.com 81 Pleasant Street, Chichester, NH 03258, 603-435-8479, 603-435-5045

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NUMBER OF  ROOMS 64

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NUMBER OF MEETING RMS.

GROUP SIZE

THEATER CAPACITY

BANQUET CAPACITY

CLASSROOM CAPACITY

2

N/A

65

50

30

Fratello’s Events in the Millyard, eventsinthemillyard.com 155 Dow Street, Manchester, NH 03101, 603-641-6776, 603-629-9465

N/A

3

200

200

200

200

Fratello’s Italian Grille, fratellos.com 194 Main Street, Nashua, NH 03060, 603-889-2022

N/A

1

30

N/A

30

N/A

0

8

255,500

255,500

254,800

252,500

92

1

10

N/A

N/A

N/A

145

3

50

60

40

25

102

1

40

50

40

20

199

6

225

350

220

200

122

5

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

108

1

12

N/A

N/A

N/A

Holiday Inn Manchester Airport, holidayinn.com/manchesternh 2280 Brown Avenue, Manchester, NH 03103, 603-641-6466, 603-641-5655

91

2

50

50

40

35

Holiday Inn Salem, holidayinn.com/salemnh 1 Keewaydin Drive, Salem, NH 03079, 603-893-5511, 603-894-6728

109

1

40

35

40

24

Homewood Suites by Hilton Gateway Hills Nashua, gatewayhillsnashua.homewoodsuites.com 15 Tara Boulevard, Nashua, NH 03062, 603-546-7470, 603-897-0080

105

1

65

35

18

16

Kimball-Jenkins Estate, kimballjenkins.com 266 North Main Street, Concord, NH 03301, 603-225-3932, 603-225-9288

N/A

7

N/A

90

80

50

N/A

2

230

300

230

230

Lake Shore Farm Inn, lakeshorefarminn.com 275 Jenness Pond Road, Northwood, NH 03261, 603-560-0997

32

2

200

N/A

N/A

200

League of NH Craftsmen Headquarters, nhcrafts.org 49 South Main St., Suite 100, Concord, NH 03301, 603-224-3375, 603-225-8452

N/A

2

100

N/A

N/A

60

N/A

2

175

130

175

N/A

N/A

1

45

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

55

450

450

200

125

N/A

4

300

260

300

180

248

16

3,200

3,200

2,800

2,550

N/A

4

600

103

300

120

N/A

2

190

60-100

55-80

30-40

N/A

15

150

100

125

80

N/A

5

25

N/A

N/A

12

Quality Inn Manchester Airport, choicehotels.com/nh054 55 John E. Devine Drive, Manchester, NH 03103, 603-668-6110, 603-668-6116

See ad, The Event Center at Hampshire Hills/The Hampshire Dome, hampshirehills.com pg. 19 50 Emerson Road, PO Box 404, Milford, NH 03055, 603-673-7123, 603-673-0797

Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton - Manchester/Bedford, manchesterbedfordsuites.hamptoninn.com 8 Hawthorne Drive, Bedford, NH 03110, 603-623-2040, 603-623-2041

Hampton Inn by Hilton Concord/Bow, concordbow.hamptoninn.com 515 South Street, Bow, NH 03304, 603-224-5322, 603-224-4282

Hampton Inn by Hilton Nashua, nashua.hamptoninn.com 407 Amherst Street, Nashua, NH 03063, 603-883-5333, 603-883-5334

Holiday Inn & Suites - Nashua, holidayinn.com/nashuanh 9 Northeastern Boulevard, Nashua, NH 03062, 603-888-1551, 603-888-7193

Holiday Inn Concord Downtown, ihg.com/holidayinn/concordnh 172 North Main Street, Concord, NH 03301, 603-224-9534, 603-224-8266 Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Manchester Airport, hiexpress.com/esmanchester 1298 South Porter Street, Manchester, NH 03103, 603-669-6800, 603-647-3197

LaBelle Winery, labellewinerynh.com 345 Route 101, Amherst, NH 03031, 603-672-9898, 603-554-1853

Londonderry Country Club, londonderrycountryclub.com 56 Kimball Road, Londonderry, NH 03053, 603-432-9789

Lui Lui of Nashua, luilui.com 259 Daniel Webster Highway, Nashua, NH 03060, 603-888-2588, 603-888-7297

Manchester Community College, mccnh.edu/wdc/renting-our-facilities 1066 Front Street, Manchester, NH 03102, 603-206-8163, 603-624-1576 Manchester Country Club, manchestercountryclub.com 180 South River Road, Bedford, NH 03110, 603-624-4096

The Manchester Downtown Hotel, manchesterdowntownhotel.com 700 Elm Street, Manchester, NH 03101, 603-625-1000, 603-206-4000

McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center, starhop.com 2 Institute Drive, Concord, NH 03301, 603-271-7827, 603-271-7832

Millyard Museum, manchesterhistoric.org 200 Bedford Street, Manchester, NH 03101, 603-622-7531

New England College, nec.edu 98 Bridge Street, Henniker, NH 03242, 603-428-2000 New England Executive Center, newenglandexec.com 264 South River Road, Bedford, NH 03110, 603-644-4554, 603-628-2227 20

MEETINGS & CONVENTION PLANNER 2018

NUMBER OF  ROOMS 113

MERRIMACK VALLEY REGION continued


With over 14,000 square feet of technology-rich function space and a newly renovated, adjacent Courtyard by Marriott, The Event Center, offers the perfect backdrop for Southern New Hampshire events. Fully equipped with the latest cutting-edge technology advancements and a talented culinary team, our professional staff will oversee the myriad of details that make your event special and successful. 2200 Southwood Dr., Nashua, NH 03063 EventCenterNashua.com • 603.579.6055

Whether you’re looking for a location for your next corporate party, board meeting, customer conference, sales meeting, or team-building day, The Falls Event Center features over 7,000 square feet of fresh function space to help you plan and execute the kind of event that accomplishes all your goals – in style. Our event planners, talented team of chefs, and experienced wait staff take every possible measure to ensure that all aspects of your occasion are expertly executed. 21 Front Street, Manchester, NH 03102 TheFallsCenterNH.com • 603.413.7550

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NUMBER OF MEETING RMS.

GROUP SIZE

THEATER CAPACITY

BANQUET CAPACITY

CLASSROOM CAPACITY

N/A

3

150

100

100

75

See ad, Pats Peak Banquet Center, patspeak.com pg. 30 686 Flanders Road, PO Box 2448, Henniker, NH 03242, 603-428-3245, 603-428-7821

N/A

3

200

200

200

200

N/A

6

200

250

200

150

336

19

1,000

1,000

500

500

0

3

156

156

N/A

156

Regus, regus.com 1 Tara Boulevard, Suite 200, Nashua, NH 03062, 603-324-7100, 603-324-7101

N/A

2

10

N/A

N/A

N/A

Saint Anselm College, anselm.edu/events 100 Saint Anselm Drive, Manchester, NH 03102, 603-641-7000

1,500

8

1,650

575

450

12-167

Searles Castle at Windham, searlescastle.com 21 Searles Road, Windham, NH 03087, 603-898-6597, 603-893-4608

N/A

2

50

70

50

50

N/A

10

220

330

220

225

N/A

4

25-300

300

250

25-300

N/A

5

10,000 10,000

N/A

N/A

N/A

4

16-50

N/A

N/A

50

See ad, Southern New Hampshire University, snhuconferences.com/ pg. 23 2500 North River Road, Manchester, NH 03106, 603-645-9612, 603-645-9712

N/A

N/A

N/A

400

275

32

Stonebridge Country Club, golfstonebridgecc.com 161 Gorham Pond Road, Goffstown, NH 03045, 603-497-8633, 603-497-4612

N/A

2

50

60

200

65

239

8

600

540

320

250

N/A

2

50

N/A

N/A

50

128

4

300

350

250

220

15

1

12

N/A

65

N/A

N/A

1

400

N/A

400

N/A

600

20

600

815

300

100

N/A

3

400

400

400

300

13

2

30

N/A

N/A

N/A

70

3

N/A

N/A

150

N/A

N/A

7

300-350

300

350

150

40

2

15

15

15

15

N/A

1

175

175

175

175

84 Silk Farm Road, Concord, NH 03301, 603-224-9909, 603-226-0902

Puritan Conference Ctr. & Function Facility, puritanbackroom.com 245 Hooksett Road, Manchester, NH 03104, 603-666-9893, 603-669-3199

Radisson Hotel Nashua, radisson.com/nashuanh 11 Tara Boulevard, Nashua, NH 03062, 603-888-9970, 603-888-4112 Red River Theatres, redrivertheatres.org 11 South Main Street, Suite L1-1, Concord, NH 03301, 603-224-4697 ext. 12

SERESC Conference Center, seresc.com 29 Commerce Drive, Bedford, NH 03110, 603-206-6800, 603-206-2589

Sky Meadow Country Club, skymeadow.com 6 Mountain Laurels Drive, Nashua, NH 03062, 603-888-9000, 603-888-2166 SNHU Arena/SMG, snhuarena.com 555 Elm Street, Manchester, NH 03101, 603-644-5000, 603-644-1575

Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests, forestsociety.org 54 Portsmouth Street, Concord, NH 03301, 603-224-9945, 603-228-0423

The Event Center at Courtyard by Marriott Nashua, eventcenternashua.com 2200 Southwood Drive, Nashua, NH 03063, 603-579-6055, 603-886-9489

Walnut Hill, walnuthillnh.com 81 Chester Road, NH Route 102, Raymond, NH 03077, 603-895-2437, 603-895-1326

NUMBER OF  ROOMS

See ad, New Hampshire Audubon’s McLane Center, nhaudubon.org pg. 23

MERRIMACK VALLEY REGION continued

MONADNOCK REGION Best Western Plus Keene Hotel, bestwesternpluskeene.com 401 Winchester Street, Keene, NH 03431, 603-357-3038, 603-357-4776

Chesterfield Inn, chesterfieldinn.com 20 Cross Road, PO Box 155, West Chesterfield, NH 03466, 603-256-3211, 603-256-6131

Crotched Mountain Ski & Ride Area, crotchedmtn.com 615 Francestown Road, Bennington, NH 03442, 603-588-3668, 603-588-3667

Franklin Pierce University, http://www.franklinpierce.edu/institutes/conference_ctr/ 40 University Drive, Rindge, NH 03461, 603-899-4243

Hidden Hills/Four Star Catering, fourstarcatering.com 18 Lisa Drive, PO Box 369, Rindge, NH 03461, 603-899-5001, 603-899-2037

The Inn at Crotched Mountain, innatcrotchedmt.com 534 Mountain Road, Francestown, NH 03043, 603-588-6840

The Inn at East Hill Farm, east-hill-farm.com 460 Monadnock Street, Troy, NH 03465, 603-242-6495, 603-242-7709

Keene Country Club, keenecountryclub.com 755 West HIll Road, Keene, NH 03431, 603-352-0135, 603-355-6681 The Fairfield Inn & Suites Keene Downtown, fairfieldinnkeene.com 30 Main Street, Keene, NH 03431, 603-357-7070, 603-357-7075

Monadnock Country Club, monadnockcc.com 49 High Street, PO Box 97, Peterborough, NH 03458, 603-924-7769 22

MEETINGS & CONVENTION PLANNER 2018


Business or Social Event?

NH Audubon’s McLane Center is the perfect setting. Located just minutes from downtown Concord, we offer: • Convenient location just off I-89 Exit 2 • Breakout Rooms • Group Size 100 • LEED Gold Certified Green Building • Non-Profit Discounts Available 84 Silk Farm Road • Concord, NH 03301 www.nhaudubon.org 603-224-9909 x 330 events@nhaudubon.org

Discover the possibilities at Southern New Hampshire University

At Southern New Hampshire University, we make planning events simple, easy, and stress-free. Our professional conferences staff will assure that your events will be customized to fit your needs. We provide first-class conference facilities, state of the art audiovisual equipment, and impeccable service. • Meetings and seminars

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603.645.9612 conferences@snhu.edu www.snhuconferences.com

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23


NUMBER OF  ROOMS

NUMBER OF MEETING RMS.

GROUP SIZE

THEATER CAPACITY

BANQUET CAPACITY

CLASSROOM CAPACITY

N/A

1

100

N/A

120

100

40

3

150

N/A

N/A

N/A

Anchorage Inn & Suites, anchorageinns.com 417 Woodbury Ave., Portsmouth, NH 03801, 603-431-8111, 603-431-4443

92

2

20

N/A

N/A

20

Ashworth by the Sea Hotel, ashworthhotel.com 295 Ocean Boulevard, Hampton Beach, NH 03842, 603-926-6762, 603-926-2002

107

4

400

350

300

140

169

4

5-50300

300

190

150

Best Western The Inn at Hampton & Conference Center, theinnathampton.com 815 Lafayette Road, Route 1, Hampton, NH 03842, 603-926-6771, 603-929-2160

71

3

N/A

315

184

178

Coastal Video Conference Center, coastaledc.org 4 Merrill Industrial Drive, Suite 201, Hampton, NH 03842, 603-929-9244, 603-929-3502

N/A

1

12

N/A

N/A

12

N/A

1

50

N/A

40

N/A

50

2

25

N/A

N/A

N/A

Flag Hill Distillery & Winery / Flag Hill Catering & Events, flaghill.com 297 North River Road, Lee, NH 03861, 603-659-2949, 603-659-5107

0

2

250

300

250

N/A

The Governor’s Inn, governorsinn.com 78 Wakefield Street, Rochester, NH 03867, 603-332-0107, 603-335-1984

20

10

175

N/A

175

N/A

35

3

175

175

120

100

Hampton Inn & Suites Exeter, exetersuites.hamptoninn.com 59 Portsmouth Avenue, Exeter, NH 03833, 603-658-5555, 603-658-5556

111

1

65

65

65

36

Hilton Garden Inn Portsmouth Downtown, hgiportsmouth.com 100 High Street, Portsmouth, NH 03801, 603-431-1499, 603-431-1477

131

3

100

100

72

64

77

1

50

20

30

20

67

0

0

N/A

N/A

N/A

130

2

175

175

100

110

116

1

40

40

32

24

N/A

1

250

N/A

120

N/A

N/A

6

85

N/A

100

N/A

N/A

1

3,250

50

32

32

32

4

100

75

110

50

N/A

2

25

N/A

85

30

N/A

3

50-350

600

50-350

N/A

N/A

1

200

N/A

125

N/A

8

8

25

25

25

25

MONADNOCK REGION continued Papagallos Restaurant, papagallos.com 9 Monadnock Highway, Keene, NH 03431, 603-352-9400, 603-352-1447

Woodbound Inn, woodbound.com 247 Woodbound Road, Rindge, NH 03461, 603-532-8341, 603-532-4029

SEACOAST REGION

Best Western Plus Portsmouth Hotel & Suites, bwportsmouth.com 580 US Highway 1 Bypass, Portsmouth, NH 03801, 603-436-7600, 603-436-7600

CR’s The Restaurant, crstherestaurant.com 287 Exeter Road, Hampton, NH 03842, 603-929-7972, 603-929-0122

Dover Days Inn, dover-durham-daysinn.com 481 Central Avenue, Dover, NH 03820, 603-617-4403

Hampshire Inn, hampshireinn.com 20 Spur Road, Off Rte. 107, Seabrook, NH 03874, 1-800-932-8520, 603-474-2886

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Rochester, hiexpress.com 77 Farmington Road, Route 11, Rochester, NH 03867, 603-994-1175, 603-994-1176

Holiday Inn Express Durham/UNH, hiexpress.com 2 Main Street, Durham, NH 03824, 603-868-1234, 603-590-1315 Holiday Inn Portsmouth, holidayinn.com/portsmouthnh 300 Woodbury Avenue, Portsmouth, NH 03801, 603-431-8000, 603-431-2065

Homewood Suites by Hilton Portsmouth, portsmouth.homewoodsuites.com 100 Portsmouth Boulevard, Portsmouth, NH 03801, 603-427-5400, 603-427-5410

Isles of Shoals Steamship Co., islesofshoals.com 315 Market Street, Portsmouth, NH 03801, 603-431-5500, 603-433-1280

Kingston 1686 House, thekingston1686house.com 127 Main Street, Kingston, NH 03848, 603-642-3637

LaBelle Winery, labellewinerynh.com 104 Congress Street, Portsmouth, NH 03801, 603-319-8035

Lamie’s Inn & Old Salt Restaurant, lamiesinn.com 490 Lafayette Road, Hampton, NH 03842, 603-926-0330, 603-929-0019

The Library Restaurant, libraryrestaurant.com 401 State Street, Portsmouth, NH 03801, 603-431-5202, 603-431-4678 Martel Roberge Function Center, mrfunctioncenter.com 551 Foundry St., Rollinsford, NH 03869, 603-742-7814

Newick’s Seafood Restaurant, newicks.com 431 Dover Point Road, Dover, NH 03820, 603-742-3205

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NUMBER OF  ROOMS

NUMBER OF MEETING RMS.

GROUP SIZE

THEATER CAPACITY

BANQUET CAPACITY

CLASSROOM CAPACITY

One Liberty Lane, onelibertylane.com One Liberty Lane East, Hampton, NH 03842, 603-474-1776, 603-758-1084

N/A

6

N/A

N/A

100

N/A

Paul’s Carriage House Restaurant Inc., carriagehouserye.com 2263 Ocean Boulevard, Rye, NH 03870, 603-964-8251, 603-964-1666

N/A

1

42

N/A

42

N/A

N/A

2

150

75

150

50

Portsmouth Country Club, portsmouthcc.net 80 Country Club Lane, Greenland, NH 03840, 603-436-9791, 603-433-3236

N/A

1

170

180

170

N/A

Portsmouth Courtyard by Marriott, marriot.com 1000 Market Street, Portsmouth, NH 03801, 603-436-2121, 603-430-7666

133

2

100

100

80

60

Portsmouth Gas Light Co., portsmouthgaslight.com 64 Market Street, Portsmouth, NH 03801, 603-430-9122

N/A

1

25-250

N/A

150

N/A

N/A

6

300

300

300

300

Quality Inn Portsmouth, qualityinnportsmouth.com 1190 Lafayette Road (Route One), Portsmouth, NH 03801, 603-433-3338, 603-431-1639

121

1

N/A

50

N/A

25

Redhook Ale Brewery, redhook.com 1 Redhook Way, Portsmouth, NH 03801, 603-501-3237, 603-430-6011

N/A

2

180

250

180

150

Residence Inn Portsmouth Downtown Waterfront, marriott.com 100 Deer Street, Portsmouth, NH 03801, 603-422-9200, 603-422-9201

128

1

40

50

40

24

N/A

2

120

N/A

180

N/A

Rudi’s Portsmouth, rudisportsmouth.com 20 High Street, Portsmouth, NH 038801, 603-430-7834

N/A

2

10-100

35

50

35

Seacoast Science Center, seacoastsciencecenter.org Route 1A, Odiorne Point State Park, 570 Ocean Blvd., Rye, NH 03870, 603-436-8043, 603-433-2235

N/A

3

200

100

200

100

N/A

2

160

160

101

N/A

180

15

250

350

300

150

32

2-4

6-12-33

N/A

N/A

33

N/A

2

85

100

85

50

N/A

4

250

200

160

100

46

7

4-100

130

100

50

N/A

1

895

895

150

124-895

N/A

1

50

N/A

N/A

N/A

23

3

140

120

140

100

3,500

50

7,500

688

1,000

300

7

3

20

200

150

150

N/A

4

N/A

350

250

150

161

9

300

376

280

204

N/A

2

6,500

6,500

1,000

150

SEACOAST REGION continued

See ad, Pease Golf Course, peasegolf.com pg. 2 200 Grafton Drive, Portsmouth, NH 03801, 603-433-1331, 603-427-0433

Portsmouth Harbor Events and Conference Center, portsmouthharborevents.com 100 Deer St. at 22 Portwalk Place, Portsmouth, NH 03801, 603-422-6114

Rochester Country Club, rochestercc.com 94 Church Street, Rochester, NH 03839, 603-332-0985

Seashell Oceanfront Pavilion at Hampton Beach State Park, nnhstateparks.org 160 Ocean Boulevard, Hampton, NH 03842, 603-227-8717, 603-926-6073

Sheraton Portsmouth Harborside Hotel, sheratonportsmouth.com 250 Market Street, Portsmouth, NH 03801, 603-431-2300, 603-431-7805 See ad, The Hotel Portsmouth, thehotelportsmouth.com/portsmouth-business-travel/ pg. 25 40 Court Street, Portsmouth, NH 03801, 603-433-1200

Strawbery Banke, N/A 17 Hancock Street, Portsmouth, NH 03801, 603-422-7502 See ad, The Atlantic Grill, theatlanticgrill.com pg. 25 5 Pioneer Road, Rye, NH 03870, 603-433-3000

The Exeter Inn, theexeterinn.com 90 Front Street, Exeter, NH 03833, 603-772-5901, 603-778-8757 See ad, The Music Hall, themusichall.org pg. 25 28 Chestnut St., Portsmouth, NH 03801, 603-766-2202, 603-766-1753

The River House Restaurant, riverhouse53bow.com 53 Bow Street, Portsmouth, NH 03801, 603-431-2600

Three Chimneys Inn, threechimneysinn.com 17 Newmarket Road, Durham, NH 03824, 603-868-7800, 603-868-5011 See ad, University of New Hampshire, Conferences & Catering, unh.edu/conferences-catering pg. 3 Stillings Hall, 20 Ballard Street, Durham, NH 03824, 603-862-1900, 603-862-0245

The Victoria Inn Bed & Breakfast and Pavilion, thevictoriainn.com 430 High Street, Hampton, NH 03842, 603-929-1437

Wentworth By The Sea Country Club, wentworthbytheseacc.com 60 Wentworth Road, Rye, NH 03870, 603-433-3050, 603-431-4788 Wentworth by the Sea Hotel & Spa - Marriott Hotel & Spa, wentworth.com 588 Wentworth Road, New Castle, NH 03854, 603-422-7322, 603-422-7329

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NUMBER OF MEETING RMS.

GROUP SIZE

THEATER CAPACITY

BANQUET CAPACITY

CLASSROOM CAPACITY

143

14

500

600

400

300

Attitash Mountain Village Resort, attitashmtvillage.com 1 River Run Drive, PO Box 358, Bartlett, NH 03812, 603-374-6500, 603-374-5208

400

2

50

75

N/A

80

Days Inn, daysinnnh.com 557 U.S. Route 3, Lincoln, NH 03251, 603-745-8118, 603-238-2410

73

2

500

N/A

N/A

75-100

32

3

50

50

50

40

Best Western White Mountain Inn, bestwesternnh.com 87 Wallace Hill Road, Franconia, NH 03580, 603-823-7422, 603-823-5638

60

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

The Buttonwood Inn, buttonwoodinn.com 64 Mt. Surprise Road, PO Box 1817, North Conway, NH 03860, 603-356-2625, 603-356-3140

10

3

25-30

25

25

25

Cabot Inn & Suites, cabotinnandsuites.com 200 Portland Street, Lancaster, NH 03584, 603-788-3346, 603-788-2732

76

3

300

300

300

150

Christmas Farm Inn & Spa, christmasfarminn.com 3 Blitzen Way, Black Mountain Road, PO Box 828, Jackson, NH 03846, 603-383-4313, 603-383-6495

41

1

45-60

100

85

60

100

1

175

N/A

N/A

N/A

96

4

5-150

250

150

150

250

1

30

30

25

30

23

1

50

N/A

N/A

N/A

Green Granite Inn, greengranite.com 1515 White Mountain Highway, PO Box 3127, No. Conway, NH 03860, 603-356-6901, 603-356-6003

91

1

65

65

60

50

Highland Center Lodge at Crawford Notch, outdoors.org Route 302, Bretton Woods, NH 03575, 603-278-4453, 603-278-4434

34

6

100

125

108

60

9

3

50

N/A

50

50

98

2

200

200

160

100

InnSeason Resorts Pollard Brook, innseason.com 33 Brookline Road, Lincoln, NH 03251, 603-745-9900, 603-745-8233

133

3

60

120

60

60

Jack O’Lantern Resort, jackolanternresort.com 1668 Daniel Webster Hwy., PO Box A, Woodstock, NH 03293, 603-745-8121, 603-745-8197

93

2

95

N/A

95

95

28

6

55

N/A

120

10-20

234

6

1-190

190

175

175

141

11

280

280

300

170

200

17

500

550

425

250

335

23

1,000

600

400

275

N/A

N/A

46

N/A

46

27

49

5

300

300

200

N/A

Best Western - Silver Fox Inn, silverfoxinn.com 70 Packard’s Road, Waterville Valley, NH 03215, 603-236-3699, 603-236-4128

Days Inn Campton, daysinncampton.com 1513 US Route 3, Campton, NH 03223, 603-536-3520, 603-536-8114

Eagle Mountain House and Golf Club, eaglemt.com 179 Carter Notch Road, PO Box 804, Jackson, NH 03846, 603-383-9111, 603-383-0854 Eastern Slope Inn Resort, easternslopeinn.com 2760 White Mtn. Highway, Box 359, North Conway, NH 03860, 603-356-6321, 603-356-8732

Four Seasons Motor Inn, 4seasonsmotorinn.com Route 3 Box 432, Twin Mountain, NH 03595, 603-846-5708

Horse & Hound Inn, horseandhoundnh.com 205 Wells Road, Franconia, NH 03580, 603-823-5501

Indian Head Resort, indianheadresort.com 664 US Route 3, Lincoln, NH 03251, 603-745-8000, 603-745-8414

Joe Dodge Lodge at Pinkham Notch, outdoors.org/lodging/whitemountains/pinkham/ 361 Route 16, PO Box 298, Gorham, NH 03581, 603-466-2725, 603-466-3871 See ad, Mountain Club on Loon Resort & Spa, mtnclub.com pg. 4 90 Loon Mountain Road, Lincoln, NH 03251, 603-745-2244, 603-745-2317

Mountain View Grand Resort & Spa, mountainviewgrand.com 101 Mountain View Road, Whitefield, NH 03598, 603-837-0030, 603-837-8884

North Conway Grand Hotel, northconwaygrand.com 72 Common Court, PO Box 3189, North Conway, NH 03860, 603-356-9300, 603-356-6028 Omni Mount Washington Resort, omnihotels.com/mountwashington 310 Mt. Washington Hotel Road, Bretton Woods, NH 03575, 603-278-1000, 603-278-8828

Piscataqua by the Gundalow Company, gundalow.org 60 Marcy Street, Portsmouth, NH 03801, 603-433-9505

Purity Spring Resort, purityspring.com 1251 Eaton Road, Rte. 153, East Madison, NH 03849, 603-367-8896, 603-367-8664 28

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NUMBER OF  ROOMS

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NUMBER OF MEETING RMS.

GROUP SIZE

THEATER CAPACITY

BANQUET CAPACITY

CLASSROOM CAPACITY

1

30

30

30

30

88

2

45

45

N/A

30

85

3

100

N/A

N/A

N/A

76

1

50

50

75

50

25

1

50

N/A

N/A

N/A

155

4

300

300

400

150

49

5

90

90

75

45

384

17

550

550

440

250

The Wentworth Inn, thewentworth.com 1 Carter Notch Road, PO Box 812, Jackson, NH 03846, 603-383-9700, 603-383-4265

61

2

200

50

200

80

The White Mountain Hotel & Resort, whitemountainhotel.com 87 Fairway Drive, PO Box 1828, North Conway, NH 03860, 603-356-7100, 603-356-7100

80

6

125

125

100

75

40

2

170

250

170

170

NUMBER OF  ROOMS 108

WHITE MOUNTAINS REGION continued Residence Inn by Marriott North Conway, northconwayresidenceinn.com 1801 White Mountain Highway, PO Box 10, North Conway, NH 03860, 603-356-3024, 603-356-3025 Royalty Inn, royaltyinn.com 130 Main Street, Gorham, NH 03581, 603-466-3312

Snowy Owl Inn & Resort, snowyowlinn.com 41 Village Road, PO Box 407, Waterville Valley, NH 03215, 603-236-8383, 603-236-4890 Storybook Inn & Suites, storybookinnandsuites.com Glen Junction, Rtes. 16 & US 302, Glen, NH 03838, 603-383-6800, 603-383-4678

The Inn at Thorn Hill & Spa, innatthornhill.com 40 Thorn Hill Road, Jackson, NH 03846, 603-383-4242, 603-383-8062

Town & Country Inn and Resort, townandcountryinn.com US Route 2, PO Box 220, Gorham, NH 03581, 603-466-3315, 603-466-3316 The Valley Inn, valleyinn.com 17 Tecumseh Road, PO Box 1, Waterville Valley, NH 03215, 603-236-8429, 603-236-8429

Waterville Valley Conference & Event Center, waterville.com 1 Ski Area Road, PO Box 540, Waterville Valley, NH 03215, 1-800-468-2553, 603-236-4344

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