Lodging

Less than one mile from campus:

  • Common Man Inn & Spa‎ 231 Main St, Plymouth, NH – (603) 536-2200‎ – 0.7 mi
  • Econo Lodge 304 Main St, Plymouth, NH – (603) 536-2330‎ – 1.0 mi
  • Red Carpet Inn and Suites 166 Highland St, Plymouth, NH – (603) 536-2155‎ – 0.9 mi

We also recommend:

  • Cottage Place on Squam Lake 1132 US Route 3,  Holderness, NH 03245 – 877 968-7116                                                                                   Mention that you are attending the forum.
  • Days Inn 1513 Daniel Webster Highway, Campton, NH – (603) 536-3520‎ – 3.8 mi
    Amenities Include – breakfast, steam room, dry sauna, hot tub and a pool.
  • The Inn On Golden Pond Route 3, Holderness, NH – (603) 968-7269 – 3.5 mi
    For special rates, simply mention that you are attending the Forum

 

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Most lodgings offer discounted rates for visitors coming to Plymouth State University. Be sure to inform them that you’re attending the Forum when you make arrangements.

Please note that in this rural area, hotels do not offer shuttle service to the campus or airport. Contact our office if you have transportation concerns as we are sometimes able to pair people up to share rooms or carpool.

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