This memorable historic New England inn offers couples an intimate and romantic retreat. The Inn is rich in history, with scenic grounds, walking trails and colorful gardens designed by the Olmsted Brothers providing an atmosphere of quiet splendor. Enjoy flavorful New England style cuisine in Adair’s intimate fireside dining room, al fresco on their outdoor garden patio, or in the cozy library pub!
The Sykes family invites you and your family to join them in the White Mountains and get close to nature. Climb a big mountain or go hiking on a scenic nature trail. Bring along your fishing poles and bathing suits and enjoy the crisp mountain waters.
Come unwind and relax in rustic luxury at the award-winning Bear Mountain Lodge, one of New Hampshire’s finest bed and breakfasts! Set back on 26 wooded acres in the heart of New Hampshire’s White Mountains, Bear Mountain Lodge is truly a retreat for outdoor enthusiasts.
Formed in 1997, the Heritage Society is in the Ranlet Café, which was moved to this location in 1895, formerly being in the area of the Wren Block. The café was added to the NH Register of Historic Places in 2018. The Society and Museum are located across from the Bethlehem Post Office at 2182 Main Street. It is a non-profit organization and funded by private donations, fundraising events, and membership dues. The museum varies its exhibits every season so return again and again to learn more about the history of the Bethlehem area.
Bethlehem Trails Association was formed during the summer of 2017 to promote mountain biking and other non-motorized outdoor activities throughout the Town of Bethlehem. Since then, they have worked to develop multiple trails throughout Bethlehem to spread the love of biking and get others to just be active!
Shoulder Roll is their signature trail which features some smooth berms, exiting features, and a rock roller for those that want to really put their skills on display and Ryan’s Revenge and the Trudeau Loop are two other popular options.
LYS features New England and United States-made yarns. You will find the yarns you need come from New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, Pennsylvania, Montana, Colorado, Ohio, Wyoming, South Dakota, and Nebraska. Check their Facebook and website for regular updates and store hours.
The Maplewood Train Station was built in the late 1800s and in use through the early 1920s. During that period trains regularly brought hundreds of visitors from Boston, New York City, and surrounding areas to enjoy all that Bethlehem, New Hampshire had to offer.
When the automobile became more popular, people stopped using trains as their primary means of transportation. By the mid 1920s, the Maplewood Train Station became vacant and has remained that way ever since – almost 100 years. Yet, it’s still standing!
Together, with you and the rest of the community, we would like to save and restore the Maplewood Train Station to its original splendor. It’s quite a feat to still be standing, and with your help, we can preserve a bit of history and make it available to the public.
Presidential Mountain Resort is the modern nod to a historical White Mountain experience. Located on the footprint of the historical Baker Book Cabins in Bethlehem, New Hampshire, the newly updated Presidential Mountain Resort delivers the authentic wholesome mountain vacation experience that dates back to another era and guarantees cherished family memories.
Experience good beer, delicious food, live music, and much more at Rek-Lis Brewing. Their motto is to have fun, enjoy life to the fullest and drink good beer. So, stop on in and see what the Rek-Lis journey is all about!
The Colonial Theatre is one of the oldest continuously operated movie theaters in the country and the home of arts, film, music and culture in New Hampshire’s North Country. The Colonial, which opened its doors in 1915, is one of the remaining links to the era of the Grand Hotels as well as a significant chapter in the history of the film industry.
This 300-seat theater that offers state-of-the-art digital projection and surround sound for independent and world cinema. The Colonial Theatre also hosts Grammy award-winning performing artists and family entertainment from May through October—all without losing the intimate charm of a vintage summer theater.
The Highlands Inn has been proudly serving the lesbian community since 1983. Located on 100 private wooded acres in NH’s White Mountains, whether you are looking for outdoor adventure or a relaxing week-end get-away, you will surely find it here.
This friendly, local café serves up the best espresso, coffee, smoothies, light breakfast and organic, vegetarian lunch around! Oh, and homemade baked goods, too! Dine and just be an art admirer because Maia Papaya is proud to showcase the work of local artists!
Golf in the spectacular setting of the Maplewood. Enjoy the fully-stocked pro shop and lounge or lunch in their Historic clubhouse. Function rooms available. Practice putting green. Unique par six hole.
The Rocks has become a destination for local residents and tourists alike. Known as a popular NH Christmas tree farm, the 1,400-acre property offers much more. Beyond the neat rows of Christmas trees lined by perfect stone walls lies a world of history, wildlife, and experiential learning. The property is open to visitors year-round, presenting both structured and self-guided tours and programs. We invite you to visit The Rocks - to find a tree, enjoy a picnic in our formal gardens, look for wildlife, or just enjoy the view!
Set by the beautiful Ammonoosuc River, this New Hampshire Bed and Breakfast is a favorite for family vacations, romantic getaways, golfing reunions, long-weekend relaxation, ski-season and small group gatherings. Dine overlooking the beautiful Ammonoosuc River! The Wayside Inn Restaurant offers seasonal menus bursting with flavor from every bite!
WREN’s Local Works Marketplace and the Gallery at WREN
2011 Main Street, Bethlehem, NH 03574
Shop the work of over 75 local artists at WREN’s Local Works Marketplace. They carry a wide and colorful selection of beautifully crafted products for your health, home and happiness.
The Gallery at WREN sets the standard for fine art galleries in the North Country. Established in 2001, the Gallery serves as a cultural outlet for the creative expression of a community, where the public can gather to enjoy, learn about, and appreciate art.
The Gallery presents a new show each month, featuring local and regional artists who have been carefully selected by a juried committee.
In lieu of traditional First Friday events, at this time the Gallery at WREN offers engaging artist talks and monthly show insights on Facebook (@wrenworksnh). Follow them on social media to learn more!