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Conway is at the center of where it’s happening in the White Mountains. You’ll find nature in the way of mountain springs and waterfalls, granite rock cliffs, wildlife, and the sweet freshness of Alpine forests. There’s also outlet shopping for the bargain hunters and antique shopping for vintage shoppers. You’ll be enticed by the delicious food and friendly atmosphere at the local pubs. This charming area is both family friendly and romantic.Beautiful nature-clad rentals
All the rentals are surrounded by awesome mountain beauty. Inside you’ll find nothing but coziness and warmth. These rentals have large kitchens, gardens and outdoor seating area. Many of them have a fireplace in the living room. You can whip up a delicious breakfast or snack and sit on the balcony to enjoy the impressive mountain views. Or head out to the village for fresh baked goods and awesome coffee. Cider is a specialty in the autumn months. You’ll be spoiled for choice at this vacation destination, whether you’re with your sweetheart or traveling with your buddies there are rentals for everyone’s specific needs.
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The area and getting around
Conway is loaded with a variety of options. The Kanc (Kancamagus) Scenic Highway is the recommended starting point. This spectacular 56-mile road trip offers stunning views of the White Mountains, especially in fall. If you have time, do a daytrip to Lincoln from Conway. It takes about an hour non-stop and you’ll see many scenic vistas like Franconia Notch and the Flume Gorge. At sunrise and sunset you will probably see massive moose in the meadows. Lincoln features The Trading Post Theme Park for wild rides, interesting shows, an old steam railroad line, museums and waterfalls.Outdoor adventure all year round
Conway is well-known among hikers and mountain lovers because of its famous granite faced cliffs and spectacular Autumn foliage so check out the events calendar and plan your escape. If you love fresh powdery snow and flying through Alpine trails, winter will give you a thrilling adventure as well. Head into town for lively music and hearty dishes served with your favorite brews. Listen to the crackling fire while reminiscing about your adventures from the day. The charm of the White Mountain lifestyle with its crisp fresh air and alluring nature will capture your heart, leaving special memories for years to come.
Travelers and activities
Conway overlooks the Saco River which flows from the White Mountains and eventually into the Atlantic. It has many winding paths and a good flow, so tubing, kayaking and fishing are all great things to do on the crystalline waters. Hiking is very special here because of the granite formations of the White Mountains. Bouldering, crag climbing and more are also very popular as well as Alpine slides at the ski clubs. For great summer thrills check out the Attitash which boasts the longest Alpine run in the country. Ziplining through the awesome mountain terrain is also spectacular. Biking down steep, curving trails will give you a thrill or two as well. If you just want to observe nature, there’s plenty of wildlife and interesting plants to discover. Conway is the definition of the “Great Outdoors”Conway for History buffs
While in Conway visit the Conway Historical Society located in the Eastman Lord House built in 1818. This house boasts 3 owners that kept it well maintained, so you’ll see a lot of interesting historical pieces along with many stories about the area. Be sure to visit the Henney History Room at the Conway Library for even more fascinating facts about the Washington Mountain Valley region. You will also learn about the Native Americans that permeated the land. The original Native American names of places are still used today. The Abenaki tribes included many nations of Native Americans and looking into their unique stories is a fascinating journey into the special spiritual nature of the White Mountains. Check out the Native American crafts, jewelry and historical places for a wealth of insights into the beginnings of life in America.
Conway was named after Passaconaway which means, the Child of the Bear.
Top 5 travel tips in Conway
Adrenaline junkies and rock-climbing fanatics alike love Cathedral Ledge for its ease of access and multiple pitches. There are routes for beginners and experts so if you always wanted to try rock climbing this is the place to get your feet wet.2. Soothe your aches and pains in a steamy herbal soak
After hiking or shopping, pamper your feet with a rejuvenating soak. The Soaking Pot, with its intriguing Zen atmosphere and steamy soaking pots filled with herbal goodness is just what the doctor ordered. This is the perfect way to end your day!3. Shop until you drop at the village of outlets
Settler’s Green Outlet Shopping region is the first in New Hampshire to establish outlet shopping. In 1988 the founders transformed the old White Mountain Airport into a shopping extravaganza for true shopaholics. You’ll find everything and more at this humongous venue with mountain views to boot!4. Visit the enchanting “water fairies spring”
Head out to Diana’s Baths and get a historical hike among nature’s finest magical cascades dubbed “Home of the Water Fairies”. The name was officially changed in the 1960s to Diana’s Baths after the Roman goddess, when it became a historic site and government park.5. Enjoy old-world vibes at May Kelly’s authentic Irish pub
Be enchanted by Irish memorabilia and antiques decor while enjoying a pint of Guinness and hearty meal. You will truly appreciate the charm of Patsy and Marie’s traditional Irish Pub. You can choose from Irish classics like Shepherd’s Pie and Corned beef with Cabbage or homemade desserts.
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Conway
On average, what was the cost for vacation rentals in Conway last year?
Last year, rentals in Conway had an annual average cost of around $377 per night.
During which months are vacation rentals cheaper in Conway?
]If you are looking to get the most out of your money, the cheapest months to visit Conway are April ($330 the average per night for accommodation), May ($332), and June ($348).
In which months is it more expensive to rent a vacation rental in Conway?
At the time of booking a vacation rental in Conway, the highest prices are found in the month of October (with an average of $434 per night), followed by January ($408), and then August ($389).
Do I need to plan a trip to Conway well in advance?
It's worthwhile if you can book your stay with plenty of time when visiting Conway, as only 21% of our accommodations are usually available throughout the year.
What time of the year can I find more available vacation rentals?
The months that offer the most accommodation options are, on average, November (with an availability of 34%), September (32%), and April (30%), according to the trends observed in the prior year.
Are there many rentals in Conway?
In Conway we have an extensive catalog of approximately 100 properties, with options of all kinds, thanks to our 3 local and international providers.