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People around the world enjoy the Christmas season but we know that the time for it is very limited. By the time January rolls around, Christmas feels like a distant memory and we may even find ourselves wanting December to come back again. If you tend to long for Christmas all year long, then you really need to check out The Christmas Farm Inn & Spa.

In order to enjoy the inn, you will have to travel to Jackson, New Hampshire. Once you arrive, you will find that it is always Christmas time in so many different ways. The rooms in the primary Inn all have holiday themes, including “Mr. and Mrs. Claus,” “Sleigh Bells,” “Three Wise Men” and “Blizten.”

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Our hotel on Blitzen Way where it's Christmas every day and there was turkey on the menu! #wintersports #winterholidays #aerlingus #livefreeNH

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Stop by the Mistletoe Pub for a cup of hot cocoa and enjoy the holiday spirit, 365 days a year.

You also will be happy to know that the entire family can enjoy The Christmas Farm Inn & Spa. Included in the various family-friendly packages they offer is the “Annual Journey to the North Pole.” Imagine taking a train ride through the white mountains with elves and even Santa along for the ride.

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Dashing through the snow… ❄️ ❄️ Have you climbed aboard the @conwayscenicrailroad for their Holiday Express journey? They are open daily thru Dec. 23 and 26-Jan 1. 🚂 #whitemountains #trains #winterfun 📷: @preciousescapes

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You don’t have to wait for Christmas to come around to enjoy what the Inn has to offer. Imagine enjoying this marionette theater made out of pumpkin people in the middle of the summer!

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We have arrived! Gorgeous warm day in the White Mountains!

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If you want to come during a magical time of the year, why not come in the autumn when the leaves are changing? New Hampshire is beautiful!

You can see it for yourself in this picture by Geri Sandoval:

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Beautiful place! #photosbyme #landscapephotography #autumn🍁 #blessed #photography

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You might also want to try shopping near Santa’s Village to enjoy the Christmas Ferris wheel or the Skyway sleigh monorail. Other rides include the Reindeer Carousel, Bumper Cars and the Poogee Penguin’s Spin Out Coaster.

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That isn’t even to mention the Christmas lights!

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Although it is a kid-friendly vacation, adults can enjoy some time alone as well. It’s a great place to have a winter wonderland wedding in the restored historic barn that dates back to 1786. The property can also offer a tented ceremony.

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Who said that you have to wait until December to enjoy Christmas? You don’t even have to travel to New Hampshire, because you can visit Pigeon Forge, Tennessee and check out The Inn at Christmas Place. They even offer a fully decorated Christmas tree right in your room!

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Best way to start a Friday morning! #innatchristmasplace #christmaseveryday #fireplace #cozychristmas

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Santa Claus even makes regular stops here to celebrate Christmas.

Breana Skiles was there to capture this moment:

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Nora has been off adventuring with her grandmas in Pigeon Forge, TN singing it up with Santa at the Christmas Inn.

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