Ale House Inn – Gay Owned Accommodations in Portsmouth, New Hampshire

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Flickering glimpses through the trees of exquisite architecture only begins to intrigue your curiosity of the quaint town of Portsmouth, home of the Ale House Inn.  Approaching the Inn, it is hard to tell what lies within the brick outer exterior, and modern hallway.  But as you step out of the elevator, the warm ambiance wraps its welcoming arms around you just begging for you to relax and stay awhile.

The bayside décor in the lounge, basks in the warm sun that flows through the tall picture windows as you are greeted and checked-in to your room by a staff as warm and embracing as family.  Any questions you have about local great eats, town history, shopping or even Ogunquit, Maine for some night life, Manager Scott Choppe is a proud local native with a wealth of knowledge.

A deep breath and soothing exhale will come naturally as soon as you step foot into your spacious accommodations for the next night or two or three.  There is no doubt that the soft colors and inviting furniture are a strong contrast to the brick exterior.  Don’t think that just because you are in a quaint historic town that you are going to have to go with out!  Of course there is internet access, cable television and coffee/tea available, but the most amazing find was the Apple iPad sitting on the desk just waiting to get some use!

Whether you are on vacation, just want to relax, in town with plans to go shopping, or on a business trip and need to get some work done, the Ale House Inn is just right for you!

www.alehouseinn.com

The Ale House Inn was featured in Connextions Magazine, Issue 2 – click here to read this issue.

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