Wander & wonder
Adventure is alive and well at the Three Chimneys Inn, and guests will find new things to do at every turn. Here, you can wander miles of hiking and mountain biking trails, play golf, take fly-fishing lessons, go cross-country skiing or snowshoeing, canoeing, indulge in the local craft beer culture, or explore nearby Portsmouth and its wealth of shopping. Let us be your guide to all there is to do and let us make arrangements for you.
The Seacoast region of New Hampshire offers something for everyone in spring, summer, fall and winter. Our calendar of events will keep you in the know.
On the water
Set sail on a fully narrated harbor cruise that will take you through nearly 400 years of local and American history, from the settlement of the region in 1623 to Portsmouth Harbor’s modern day role in the economy and defense of our country. Or, consider any number of sailing and cruising opportunities - from an hour to all day.
Sun, salt & sand
New Hampshire lays claim to 18 miles of beautiful coastline. All six of our beaches are publicly accessible and are a short drive from Three Chimneys Inn.
Fishing In New England
Bait a Hook
Southern New Hampshire offers a variety of water ways, ranging from lakes, ponds and streams to the open waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Our concierge can help make recommendations for fishing spots or organize a guided outing with a local outfitter.
Adventure for miles
The Seacoast region of New Hampshire offers biking for all ages and abilities. One can bike along the seacoast or along an old railroad through the woods.
Strawbery Banke Museum is a restored 10 acre waterfront neighborhood reflecting 350 years of architectural and social change. Furnished homes on tour, exhibitions, demonstrations of early crafts, role players and period gardens in Prescott Park provide a view of daily life in the seventeenth century.
Keep Calm and Shop On
The Inn is centrally located where you will find a wide range of shopping. Portsmouth's downtown boasts a variety of fine boutiques. Just over the bridge from Portsmouth, you can experience the outlets in Kittery, Maine.
Fun in the snow
Just a short drive from the Inn Kingman farms offers a variety of picturesque cross country ski and snowshoe trails. If you prefer alpine skiing Gunstock ski area is located just 45 minutes from the Inn.