F is for fall festivals in Portsmouth! September and October are loaded with events that showcase the best of New Hampshire.
A hotel is a bustling epicenter of activity with travelers coming and going, but managers at the Ale House Inn are a steady presence at the front desk and behind it.
Looking for unique gifts this holiday season? The Portsmouth Holiday Arts Tour this weekend (Nov 22-24) won't disappoint.
We're excited to add Ale House Inn in Portsmouth, New Hampshire to our collection of boutique properties located in iconic, New England destinations.
Lark Hotels are located in iconic New England villages and cities, and there is a great reason for that.
Did you know that beer the world’s most widely consumed alcoholic beverage?
We like to be true to our Portsmouth boutique hotel's unique name!
New England’s colonial history is part of its charm and understated elegance.
Sometimes the only way to get through the winter is to start dreaming of the warmer temperatures and greener ground that come with spring.
Lark Hotels have the distinction of being located in iconic destinations, and rarely does a week go by without one of them being included on some sort of "best of" list.
Our mothers always told us that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and now as adults, we must admit we agree (we're mentally preparing for the "I told you so" coming our way).
Residents of Portsmouth balance out the long New Hampshire winters by living an active life outdoors when summer finally comes around.
In a state like New Hampshire with so many notable breweries, which one do you choose?
Whether your compass is pointed in the direction of Portsmouth or Portland, Narragansett or Nantucket, you can always travel in style.
Lark locales are full throttle in the summer, and we think there's no better way to celebrate the balmy weather than by wining and dining al fresco.
In just 10 minutes from our front steps at the Ale House Inn, you can walk to Maine. Better yet, you can walk to an ISLAND in Maine by way of a bridge over the Piscataqua River