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NH Weddings: What You Need to Know About Your Bridal Registry

Bridal Registry Tips for Your New Hampshire Wedding   All the traditional rules for registries have changed in recent years, with more and more couples waiting to get married and many living together before tying the knot. With that in mind, it can be difficult to...

NH Weddings: The Benefits of Arranging the ‘First Look’

Note: This month’s blog was written by Melissa Kowalinski, the Christmas Farm Inn & Spa’s Event Planner.  In a world where everything is constantly changing and evolving, including the wedding industry, how do you decide where to draw the line between...

3 Great Reasons To Get Married In New England

When you are lucky enough to fall in love, the day may come that you both decide to spend the rest of your days together. A proposal happens, followed by an engagement. Eventually, though, you have to actually tie the knot, which means choosing where to get married....

Wedding Photo Tips at the Christmas Farm Inn

Your wedding is one of the most important days of your life. Here are five easy wedding photo tips at the Christmas Farm Inn that you’ll love: 1) Take Advantage of the Setting Whether it is our 18th Century barn with fieldstone fireplace or the beauty of the...

Dear All,

The Christmas Farm Inn & Spa has closed its doors until May 4th for the safety of our guests and team. This breaks our hearts, but is necessary and right.

However, we are trying to stay positive and look ahead to sunnier and happier times; our Front Desk will be staffed daily from 10am to 4pm for reservations, gift card sales and queries.

Please consider helping us weather this storm by:
• Moving your spring reservation to another date rather than cancelling it.
• Making a reservation for the summer or fall, online or by phone. We thank you in advance!
• Buying a gift card for future use and receiving an extra 10% bonus from us.

We miss our guests and team more than we can say.

Until we meet again, stay healthy and happy.

Love,
Gary and Sandra