Lose yourself in the cutest, fairytale-worthy tiny house village

A lot of families get into a vacation routine of going to the same destination and hotel every year. If you're looking for a more unique vacation opportunity, there's an option for a tranquil year-round destination.
Owned by Steve, Rhonda, and Jon Huggins, Hearthside Village is a cottage motel located in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Surrounded by various attractions such as the Colonial Theatre in Bethlehem, Cannon Mountain and more, the 16-cottage resort draws curious visitors every year.
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Hearthside Village is family-friendly, including a community game room, picnic tables, an outdoor play area for children, a pool and free Wi-Fi. Each tiny home has air conditioning, heat, hot water, cable and a kitchenette. The motel was given the TripAdvisor 2015 Certificate of Excellence.

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Posted by Hearthside Village on Wednesday, June 15, 2016
In order to stay in Hearthside Village, guests must book a minimum of two nights. With over 10 nearby attractions, you might have to stay even longer!
Depending on the style of the home and the off-season rates, prices vary. The price range varies from around $90 to a little over $100 per night.
Here's an example of one of the seven styles of homes offered to stay in:
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To make a reservation, visit their site.

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