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For the past view years my wife and myself have visited New England for our summer holidays. We visit friends in Connecticut for few days then Boston or Cape Cod for a couple of days then Stowe, Vermont for a week.

This year we still want to visit our friends and spend some time in Boston or Cape Cod, but would like to try somewhere else in New England (probably New Hampshire) instead of Stowe.

The problem is that we like what Stowe gives us, small village with easy relaxing walks, nice restaurants / pubs, good choice of accommodation in the village and scenic drives.

From what I have looked at so far, New Hampshire appears to have a number of places that would fit our needs. My question is though - where is best?

Any help would be appreciated

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