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2009 Lodging In New England

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Will be flying into Manchester, N.H. on Oct. 5. Will then spend a couple of days in Maine, backtracking to Manchester to pick up my wife and daughter and then spending a few more days in Vermont and N.H.

Two questions: my daughter loves horseback riding. Anyone know of a nice B&B or country inn in Vermont that has on-premises horses available to guests?

Also, I know I'm getting pretty late in making reservations. But with this economy, I would think there would still be a lot of options left for lodging in Maine, Vermont and N.H. this year, especially with B&B's. Can anyone confirm or dispute that opinion?

Thanks as always.

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