Enjoying Maple and Mud in Peterborough

A large metal boiler sits in the center of a barn where it is used to boil down maple sap into syrup

You can spot this maple boiler at Morning Star Maple in Dublin!

Spending a weekend in Peterborough during the month of March provides unique experiences that we’ve talked about in the blog in years past. March is Maple Month in New Hampshire, which means many of our state’s sugar shacks are firing up the maple sugaring season as the ground begins to thaw. It’s also mud season, so be sure to bring a pair of boots for some mucky fun when you visit. 

This month let us take you on a trip through the area, enjoying our Maple and Mud Package:

A box of chocolates, syrup samples and dining vouchers sit atop one another, then placed on a table

Our Maple and Mud Package is a perfect treat to the region!

Starting with a night’s stay at the inn, you’ll find a sampler of local maple syrup from Ben’s Sugar Shack and chocolates from Ava Marie Chocolates. Enjoy delicious treats and settle into your comfortable room, then use the dining dollars for dinner at one of the local participating restaurants.

Various sizes of maple syrup jugs sit on a table, three of plastic and one of glass

Ben’s maple syrup comes in lots of different sizes and styles, making perfect gifts for others and yourself!

In the morning after breakfast, enjoy a self-guided tour around the area to several of the different sugar shacks that are open to learn the process of maple sugaring, take tours, snag some treats and more. We can help personalize a trip for you at the front desk with suggestions of sugar shacks and sweet shops on your drive.

A dark gray building with a red roof sits in the forefront with clear skies in the backdrop. A sign that reads Morning Star Maple hangs on the front

Morning Star Maple in Dublin is packed with plenty of maple products, including treats like cotton candy and fudge!

Places like Parker’s Maple Barn in Mason, Ben’s Sugar Shack and Connolly Brothers in Temple, Morning Star Maple in Dublin, and more will be open on the weekends to explore as you travel through the region. 

The front of the chocolate cafe's brick building with their sign featuring a llama hanging

Vicuna Chocolate in Downtown Peterborough is a perfect stop for some sipping chocolate!

If you need to feed that chocolate addiction further, a visit to Ava Marie Chocolates is called for. Or check out the bean to bar chocolates produced in town at Vicuna Chocolate, where you can also try sipping chocolate and cacao tea. You can now also  try the latest addition to feed your fancy in Peterborough – Sweet Macaron

You can learn more about our package here on our website, or give us a call for help planning your maple and mud tour with us!

 

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