Bed and breakfast lodging in New Hampshire's Seacoast Region 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. Beaches at Hampton and Wallis Sands are state parks for all to enjoy. Portsmouth is one of the oldest settlements in New England and the Strawbery Banke Museum, and the Moffat-Ladd house on Market Street help you step back in time. How far back? Try the oldest surviving wood frame house in New England: Portsmouth's Jackson House (c1664).