Our beautiful hotel is located a block away from beautiful Hampton Beach, New Hampshire. We are walking distance to the Casino Ballroom, the Hampton beach Boardwalk, arcades, shops and many restaurants.
Over the years the restaurant has evolved to become what it is today including our 360-degree view from the top deck bar! Fresh seafood, choice steaks, hand-made sandwiches, quality salad choices, children’s and gluten-free menus are served daily.
Stay with us while you're in town for a show at the Casino Ballroom, or a fishing trip with Eastmans! Or check out a free show at the Hampton Beach Seashell Stage. Many activities close by. Plan your vacation today with us!
Hampton Beach was rated in the Top 3 Cleanest Beaches in the United States and was rated in the Top 10 Values for Resorts in America.
Source: National Resources Defense Council Report. “Testing the Waters: A Guide to Water Quality at Vacation Beaches” ranked the nation’s Top 100 Beaches regarding water quality and safety.
BEACHES & STATE PARKS
Hampton State Beach
Route 1A, Hampton Beach, 603-926-3784. State run, located just by the Hampton Beach Bridge, this state park offers convenient parking, rest rooms, convenience store and snack bar. The beach sand is soft and white and often experiences tide pools which are great for the kids to play in or look for sea urchins on the massive natural wall of rocks. RV camping with full hook-ups in the campground. Call 603-436-1552 for more information on RV availability.
Route 1A, Hampton Beach. North of Hampton Main Beach, often referred to as “The Wall.” North Beach offers limited metered parking, bathhouse facilities and lifeguards. North beach is now handicap accessible across from 18th street.
North Hampton State Beach
Route 1A, North Hampton. Metered parking and bathhouses available, as well as lifeguards for ocean swimming. Restaurant and Ice Cream Stand close-by.
Wallis Sands State Park
This 700-foot long sandy beach is 150 feet wide at high tide. Ocean swimming on the open seacoast. Lifeguards, daily parking $10 per carload. Bathhouses and snack bar near the beach.
Rye Harbor State Park
Route 1A, Rye, 603-436-5294. Admission $3.00. Offers a picnicking area, a public dock with a boat ramp, saltwater fishing and commercial wharf with excursion boats. Parking in the summer is limited.
Jenness State Beach
Route 1A, Rye. Bathhouses nearby and very limited metered parking. Lifeguards staff the beach in season. Convenience store and snack bar near beach.
Located just across the border in Massachusetts, Salisbury Beach offers a variety of amusements rides, games, food stands, shops, sailing, boating and fishing, go carts, activities, and accommodations.
Odiorne Point State Park Rye
A Scottish fisherman landed here in 1623 and created the first permanent white settlement in New Hampshire. A United States Army military base called Fort Dearborn was built on the point to protect Portsmouth harbor from possible attack during World War II. A part of the 137 acres of protected coastline, Odiorne has unique and varied vegetation unchanged in more than 300 years. Interpretive programs by the Audubon Society and the University of New Hampshire are of special interest to naturalists, botanists and students of marine life. Picnic facilities available. Parking fee enforced.