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Bradford, known for its many beautiful parks is a small cozy town with great history. The Bradford Center Meeting House is a historic church that was built in 1838 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The tower still houses the original bell from 1838. The Bement Covered Bridge, with its long trusses, was built in 1854 and is one of NHs small number of surviving 19th century covered bridges. It, too, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Bradford has some wonderful parks to enjoy: Lake Massasecum Park, Warren Brook Park, Bradford Pines Natural Area — all with trails for hiking, walking. Picnicking, swimming and family fun will certainly be enjoyed. With its lavish antique architecture, The Rosewood Country Inn, a B&B that will amaze you as you first drive in, is a wonderful place to rest your head for the night. With its country elegance, quiet and tranquil surroundings, you will definitely want to stay for a few nights. The Appleseed Restaurant, with its delicious meals and relaxing atmosphere awaits. Bradford is called the “Gateway to the Lake Sunapee Region.” Stop by and enjoy!

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