This is a very good welcome center to stop at.
The staff members working here always are very accommodating and will answer your questions and point you in...
Jun 25, 3:41 AM
Much needed rest stop on drive from CT to NH. Restrooms were fairly clean. Well organized information pamphlets broken into regions. Staffed info desk. Wish there was more than vending machines. Real coffee would be more welcomed!
Jun 23, 5:51 PM
Very new, although the main focus appears to be on the liquor store, it offers surprisingly nice amenities. Large clean bathrooms, food court with a retro style diner, and it seems to be run by the common man companies, has common man country store, common man restaurant, common man cafeteria with food made to order and grab and go options too. Large working water wheel inside, along with a customer service desk with staff ready to help and point you to attractions around the state
Jun 11, 1:49 PM
Very clean, has a pretty cool topographic map and plenty of educational literature as well as brochures for points of interest. The woman behind the desk was pleasant and ready to help us with any questions. The only thing I have a problem with is that the bathroom has that smell that a lot of public bathrooms have, hard to describe really, it's slightly unpleasant but doesn't smell particularly dirty. I think it has to do with the cleaners they use.
Julia Lopez DiVincenzo
May 7, 12:55 AM
NH is a hands-Free cell phone use state and will ticket you even if you’re on speaker phone and you are holding your phone. So pull over here and fish out your headphones or Bluetooth device.
It’s also a good well lit place to catch a car nap before heading north, or to pee because you can’t make it to the liquor store exit 5 more minutes away. It’s got grassy areas for the dog, a sidewalk to stretch your legs, and plenty of those brochures inside. Bathrooms are clean and not sketchy. You will feel pretty safe here late at night, but do always stay vigilant. It’s a rest area full of road weary people, what do you expect?
Mar 3, 10:08 AM
The Seabrook Rest Area....clean well lit restrooms, open airy main area which has a very helpful staff and wall map that's excellent.
As an information stop it's well run and inviting; a roaring fire is going on cold days. Plenty of travel guides and brochures available for the interested and a vending machine area for snacks.
The building has plenty of parking and is easy to access the highway (both entrance and exit are accessible to the highway and allow plenty of time to get off and on Rt. 95) is well laid out.
It's a great spot to walk the dog, unwind the kids and relax from driving.
Jan 8, 4:49 PM
This is a nice rest stop. They offer tons of brochures and maps of the state organized by area. We stop here to grab discount coupons for Redhook Brewery,...
Nov 24, 6:16 AM
Lots of information around this area. Fire place. Some benches. The bathroom is big enough and clean. No food and drink vending machines but lottery one....