New Hampshire Life TV Feature On The Center Harbor Inn

New Hampshire Life TV Feature On The Center Harbor Inn

Life in New Hampshire is adventurous, fascinating, unique and beautiful. The Granite State holds many places to explore, events and activities to experience and exceptional people to meet. Some of the more popular attractions in the state include venturesome mountains to ski and hike, intriguing museums, top-rated restaurants and award-winning lodging options.

Here at Path Resorts, we are lucky enough to experience the state in three exceptional locations. Steele Hill Resort located in Sanbornton, atop a large hill providing expansive panoramic views of the glacial lakes and the presidential mountain range in the distance. The Summit Resort in Laconia, centrally located within walking distance of the popular Weirs Beach. And the Center Harbor Inn located lakeside in the quaint and beautiful town of Center Harbor. The beauty of the Inn and excellent location recently drew in the attention of the team from New Hampshire Life TV, a series highlighting the amazing offerings of our beautiful and exciting state. New Hampshire Life began airing the popular series last summer and has completed three successful seasons, deep diving into the culture and hot spots of our beautiful state that many individuals either call home or enjoy visiting time and time again.

This summer we welcomed Kate, the host of New Hampshire Life, and her team to enjoy the many offerings of the Center Harbor Inn. On her recent trip to the Lakes Region Kate had the chance to experience many of the exciting opportunities the region holds including diving into a delicious breakfast at Gusto Café, an educational tour of Squam Lakes Science Natural Science Center, boating and wake surfing on Lake Winnipesaukee with Meredith Marina and Elevated Wake Company then enjoying a special treat at Ice House Creamery. The show airs every Sunday at 8:30AM on NESN and can also be viewed on the New Hampshire Life YouTube channel or website.

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