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Vacation Rental Price Information in Bartlett
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Rental Availability Information in Bartlett
The graph shows the weekly availability rate in Bartlettfor the next twelve months. More people travel to Bartlett a week in August (8/4 - 8/11). So far, 42% of the rentals are occupied this week. The week with the highest percentage of available rentals is in October (10/13 - 10/20).
The weather in Bartlett
Check out the climate diagram for Bartlett. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 77° Conversely, December is the coolest month in Bartlett, with temperatures going under 23° According to the climate diagram, May is the rainiest month of the year in Bartlett.
Soak up history with a vacation home in the railway town of Bartlett
There's a wide variety of vacation rentals available in Bartlett, New Hampshire – luxury resorts, comfortable homesteads, and grand cabins with mountain views. Opt for vacation home and you’ll be surrounded by the White Mountain National Forest and close to the famous Attitash Ski Resort. Founded and named for one of the three signers of the Declaration of Independence, the railroad town of Bartlett has played a fascinating part in American history. Come and discover it for yourself.
Ride along rail history
Bartlett became a rail town in 1875, when the Maine Central Railroad's Mountain Division came into being. This transformed the life of the locals and became intrinsic to the area's identity. Consequently, rail lovers and Bartlett have been connected ever since. You can learn more about this fascinating history and the impact of the railroad on the lives of the people of Bartlett at one of many local museums, including the Bartlett Roundhouse. Don't forget to ride the Conway Scenic Railroad!
The White Mountains
Bartlett offers some of the best skiing in this part of the States. In the Upper Saco River Valley, ski enthusiasts can look forward to whistling down gleaming slopes. These breathtaking vistas are overlooked by Mount Tremont, the highest peak in the region. Luxurious resorts in the area make this an ideal place for teaching your little ones how to ski. What's more, you'll find a variety of children's attractions in the vicinity, including Story Land, a theme park specially designed for small children.
Local focal points
The Bartlett Roundhouse, located in Bartlett, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Another local point of interest is the Bartlett Covered Bridge, an attractive architectural gem with a long history. Hike up to Diana's Baths, a series of small waterfalls, to enjoy a picnic amid gorgeous surroundings.
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