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Plymouth has a very pretty Common downtown-summer concerts in gazebo--beautiful flowers all around. Wonderful shops on Main St. Check out Dressers Unlimited--very unique boutique, selling fashions and dressers, tables, chests, armoires--lots of fun new fashions and dated/antique furnishings. Great decor lots of treasures-never know what you will find! Main St also has a great outdoor/ski shop, book store, candy ice cream shoppe,second hand clothing store, and a gourmet country market.
Posted by: C, Dunn
12/11/2009 09:20 AM

Plymouth has a very pretty Common downtown-summer concerts in gazebo--beautiful flowers all around. Wonderful shops on Main St. Check out Dressers Unlimited--very unique boutique, selling fashions and dressers, tables, chests, armoires--lots of fun new fashions and dated/antique furnishings. Great decor lots of treasures-never know what you will find! Main St also has a great outdoor/ski shop, book store, candy ice cream shoppe,second hand clothing store, and a gourmet country market.
Posted by: C, Dunn
12/11/2009 09:19 AM

Plymouth is a great town to stay and play in as it is centrally located in the state of New Hampshire. The best place to stay is the Tea Rose Inn. Jane and Frank are the best and you can't find better cooking than Jane's. The Tea Rose Inn is a wonderful bed and breakfast and I highly recommend you book your reservation! You can also visit their website at www.tearoseinn.com for more information and photos. We wouldn't stay anywhere else!!
Posted by: Mary Acres
11/11/2009 12:06 PM

Plymouth is a great town to stay and play in as it is centrally located in the state of New Hampshire. The best place to stay is the Tea Rose Inn. Jane and Frank are the best and you can't find better cooking than Jane's. The Tea Rose Inn is a wonderful bed and breakfast and I highly recommend you book your reservation! You can also visit their website at www.tearoseinn.com for more information and photos. We wouldn't stay anywhere else!!
Posted by: Mary Acres
11/11/2009 10:14 AM

Plymouth is also a nice college town. Couple of good eateries down. Well preserved industrial brick buildings downtown too. Easy for bikes.
Posted by: Martin
29/09/2009 03:54 PM

Plymouth is also a nice college town. Couple of good eateries down. Well preserved industrial brick buildings downtown too. Easy for bikes.
Posted by: Martin
29/09/2009 03:54 PM