National Geographic : 1936 May
Asha E NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE'S HOTEL SECTION The New England MAINE Bar Harbor The Malvern Hotel and Cottages. A hotel with personality, charm and homelike atmosphere at Maine's Famous Coast Resort. Moderate Prices. Kennebunkport "Breakwater Court," American Plan, accommo dating 200guests. Beautifully located on ocean. Ex cellent surf bathing and sports. R . T. Norton, Mgr. York Harbor Marshall House The Marshall House, modern brick con struction, encircled by ocean and river, spacious private grounds, located in Maine's oldest town, a community of cultured and distinctive summer resi dents. Golf, tennis, seabathing, boating. Also The Emerson, high class hotel, same management. American plan. Booklet. G . L. Moulton, Manager. MASSACHUSETTS Boston The Copley-Plaza faces beautiful Copley Square. Single rooms from $4.00; double from $6.00; Suites from $10.00. Arthur L. Race, Managing Director. Northampton Wiggins Old Tavern and Hotel Northampton. An Inn of Colonial Charm. Authentic Collections American Antiques. Excellent Food. Rooms $2.00 up. Massachusetts (continued) Springfield Hotel Stonehaven. Newest Fireproof Transient $2.50 up, also Residential one to three room suites. Excellent Food. Lewis N. Wiggins, Management. Swampscott New Ocean House. Where the New England Coast is most picturesque. Private beach. Best clien tele. Open May 16.Booklet. Clement Kennedy, Pres. NEW HAMPSHIRE Hanover Hanover Inn at Dartmouth College. Superb golf, tennis, recreation. Central for White Mountains, Green Mountains. Open all year. Illustrated booklet. Lake Sunapee Soo Nipi Park Lodge and Cottages. On beauti ful Lake Sunapee. 9 and 18hole Golf Courses. Al ways good fishing, every water sport. No hay fever. Portsmouth The Wentworth by-the-Sea A delightful summer home late June to early September. Old in its hospitable charm; modern in its appointments. Privately owned facilities for entertain ing relaxation. Golf-Tennis-Ocean Swimming pool; etc. Write for attrac tively illustrated folder containing com plete information and picture map. states New Hampshire (continued) White Mountains-Crawford Notch Crawford House. Famous for its location, its atmosphere and its service. Discriminating people return each summer. Write for rate diagnosis. White Mountains-Dixville Notch The Balsams. Leading resort, 18-hole golf, tennis, swimming, riding. Fireproof. Dancing. No hay fever. $6 up, Am. Plan. N . Y. phone Pe 6-8218. White Mountains-Whitefield ,-- .. iJ Mountain View House Dignified and charming in its hilltop setting overlooking the White Mts. Apri vate estate of 3,000 acres offering every outdoor sport, including golf, polo, rid ing, tennis, swimming. Our mainte nance of the highest standards has consistently attracted a distinguished clientele. Season June 15-October 15. W. F . Dodge & Son, Proprietors. VERMONT Lake Morey-Fairlee Bonnie Oaks Inn and Bungalows. All Sports. 75 rooms with baths and fireplaces. Baby Oaks with supervised play. May to Dec. Folders. E. H . Page. Woodstock Woodstock Inn. Charming resort hotel in Green Mountains. 18 hole Golf. Tennis. Beautiful roads. Open June to late October. On U. S. Route No. 4. Many distinguished resort hotels make their appear ance in THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE'S Hotel Section this month for the first time. They join a group of outstanding city and resort hotels whose messages are regularly to be found here. No doubt you have already given some thought to plans for your coming summer vacation. Examine these concise advertisements. They offer a range of choice extending from Maine to California and from Alberta to Venezuela. All hotels listed will welcome your request for descriptive literature. Write early, and in writing "Mention THE GEOGRAPHIC-It Identifies You." THIS MAGAZINE IS FROM OUR PRESSES JUDD & DETWEILER, INC. iastrsr 1Irintrs ECKINGTON PLACE AND FLORIDA AVENUE WASHINGTON, D. C. CHAMPION-INTERNATIONAL COMPANY MANUFACTURERS OF National Geographic Paper and other high-grade coated paper LAWRENCE, MASS.