Holiday Inn Portsmouth

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

300 Woodbury Avenue, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, 03801, United States
Holiday Inn Portsmouth
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  • Families55
  • Couples55
  • Solo76
  • Business60

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Reasonable Accommodations Portsmouth area..

by aura2

I am travelling to Ogunquit/Portsmouth area
September

Can someone suggest reasonable ..
place to stay.. I want to do some shopping at
Fx run Mall..

tks.. a place that is close

or any good accommodations in Portsmouth
.. not too pricey

I travel from Canada..

tks..

also, is best method of transport from Portsmouth
to Ogunquit.. by taxi..

Aura2

Re: Reasonable Accommodations Portsmouth area..

by tigersharkjs

Hi Aura

Your posting is very unclear. As far as I know, Ogunquit is in Maine. How are you travelling? If by plane, I believe your best bet would be to rent a car. I cannot even imagine taking taxis in that area.

Re: Re: Reasonable Accommodations Portsmouth area..

by aura2

HI..

Yes. I fly.. Boston..
have done it many times before
but havent stayed in Portsmouth area. dont want
that HOJO.. at the Portsmouth Circle.. either

Wanted to be near the Fox Run Mall
but it appears, in my own searches
not too many hotels right near the mall
Most are d/town..

Yes indeed. Ogunquit is Maine.. but so close
to Portsmouth by car...
trolleys run in Ogunquit on week-ends
but once in Ogunquit.. you do need the car to
get about. unless there is a tour bus... who gives you a lift.. whatever.. NO transportation there in the week
now . ..

tks.

Wont be driving thats for sure. Meeting pals later
also..

Aura2

Re: Reasonable Accommodations Portsmouth area..

by KirstenL4W

The Fox Run Mall is only about 5 minutes or so from downtown by car - not far at all. There are a few (very few) busses that run within Portsmouth, but I don't think they go outside of town. Taxis are also few and far between, and I think one taxi ride to Ogunquit would cost the same as a rental car for 1 day. Portsmouth is fairly compact, so don't worry about driving great distances from the mall to your hotel.

Re: Reasonable Accommodations Portsmouth area..

by DanS19

We stayed at a Bed and Breakfast in Portsmouth called the Martin Hill Inn. It is very convenient to downtown Portsmouth, and it was a little over $100 per night. http://www.martinhillinn.com/

Re: Reasonable Accommodations Portsmouth area..

by joesorce

Holiday Inn Portsmouth

Best Inn Portsmouth

Motel 6 Newington

From Portsmouth you can take a Greyhound bus to Wells Maine...a few miles north of Ogunquit. From Wells you can take a taxi.

Re: Re: Reasonable Accommodations Portsmouth area..

by aura2

Thank you JOe.. I was not aware of that..
Greyhound going there..
You sure..
Ill check it out
I know they have the Downeaster train now.

Sedona

Re: Re: Reasonable Accommodations Portsmouth area..

by aura2

Hi Dan:

tks very much for the link

Sedona..

to be checked out..

Travel Tips for Portsmouth

RYE BEACH

by moiraistyx

A few miles south of Portsmouth you can find Rye, New Hampsire. Rye is the he first settlement in New Hampshire it was originally named Pannaway was established in 1623 at Odiorne's Point. Rye has a fantastic stone beach rightfully named Rye Beach. It was here that my love affair with the ocean began. Back in 1990 I gathered my very first seashell from this beach. For me visiting here was a spiritual moment, but others may not get the same feeling. But, if you like the ocean it's worth a quick stop. Gathering my seashell.

Here I am, just lounging on...

by acemj

Here I am, just lounging on the porch of the Strawbery Banke Museum. Due to time constraints, we didn't have time to visit the historic settlement, but we walked around a good portion of Portsmouth's waterfront neighborhoods and it doesn't look like much has changed in the past few centuries here!

WILLIAM PITT TAVERN - built c. 1766

by LoriPori

The history of the WILLIAM PITT TAVERN is one of the more interesting stories in New England. It was erected by a Porstmouth freemason named John Stavers. In 1766, he purchased the land on the corner of Atkinson and Court streets and erected a three and a half story building out of native pine, hemlock and various hard woods. In order to provide for a large open meeting room on the third floor, he substituted the traditional center chimney for chimneys at each end of the building. Here were held meetings of the Masons. Stavers operated the tavern until his death at the age of 83 in 1797.
By the latter half of the 20th century, the building was acquired by the directors of Strawberry Banke and was looked upon as a valuable relic of the past and it was decided to restore the old Tavern to its earlier state. It is still in use today as a Lodge.

CHASE HOUSE - c. 1762

by LoriPori

The CHASE HOUSE at the corner of Court and Wahington is one of the grandest Georgian structures at Strawberry Banke. The Chase family, Portsmouth merchants, lived in the house for over a century. The house was built about 1762 and purchased in 1799 by Stephen Chase.
The Chase house's most unusual features are its gambrel roof and beautiful doorways.

PORTSMOUTH NAVAL PRISON

by LoriPori

A former U.S. Navy and marine prison, PORTSMOUTH NAVAL PRISON is on Seavey's Island, in the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Compound.
The building's appearance earned it the nickname "the Castle". Others called it the "Alcatraz of the East" because no inmate ever successfully escaped. Erected near the site of the former Fort Sullivan, the reinforced concrete naval prison was in use from 1908 until 1974.

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Address: 300 Woodbury Avenue, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, 03801, United States