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The Weather in Melvin Village
Above are the weather conditions for Melvin Village. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. No heat wave is expected in February, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 14° low. The rainiest month is December while the driest month is April.
Nature and cultural suprises with a vacation home in Melvin village
Enjoy the lakes, forests and boating culture of rural New Hampshire with the comfort of a lakeside mansion or a modern house in a forest glade.
Comforting food in beautiful settings
There are not many restaurants in Melvin village, but Pine Cone Cafe does the area proud with its American and Italian specialties. The shrimp and onion rings are popular entrees, and the pizzas and strombolis (turnover pastry filled with italian cheeses, meats or vegetables) are reliably delicious.
A short drive by car will bring you to the aptly named Castle in The Clouds in Moultonborough. This early 20th c. mansion has a terrace with lake views, an art gallery and a fancy restaurant serving lobster, snails and many other specialties.
Bars near Melvin village
A 40min drive will bring you to Cactus Jack's Grill and Watering Hole in Laconia, which stays open until just after midnight and has good beers and a friendly atmosphere to offer.
Also in Laconia, watch out for the jazz evenings in Pitmans Freight Room. This celebrated local venue is a great place to enjoy a drink and enjoy performances by local bands and singer-songwriters.
Hiking, lakes and boats
A 20min drive from Melvin village will bring you to the Cotton Valley Trail. This was originally a 19th c. railway bringing vacationers to the idyllic lakeside landscapes of Wolfeboro. There are several lakes along this path and you will often find yourself surrounded by water.
You will see plenty of boats on the New Hampshire lakes, but to learn more about them take the 20min drive to Wolfeboro and visit the New Hampshire Boat museum, a small museum with an extensive collection of vintage boats and hydroplanes.
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