Errol is a town in Coos County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 291 at the 2010 census. It is located north of the White Mountains along Route 16 at the intersection of Route 26. It has a municipal airport with a single, unpaved runway (airport code ERR).
Things to do in Errol
4.5 based on 48 reviews
Stopped in for some barbecue; someone ought to tell them that if they claim to barbecue, they really should. Pulled pork was slow cooked, then slathered with cheap bottled sauce. Burgers were overpriced and not great; onion rings were frozen and sweet potato fries not memorable. I suppose, though, that if you're in the middle of nowhere and nothing and found yourself hungry, this place will work for belly filler, but that's about it.
4 based on 30 reviews
We did a road trip on a recent Sunday and knowing how few restaurants were we stopped in pleasantly surprised they offered a brunch buffet which included your choice of a made to order omelet. Food was good although French toast was dried out. Staff was friendly and prices good. Being in log cabin it was dark and could use more light. All in all nice place.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
If you're in the area, this place is a must when hungry. No disappointments here.In the area there are much wildlife to see , Kayaking down the Magalloway river,chose of staying @ Mount Dustin cottages. Nice drive in Maine for the adventurist. All in all it's away from it all.
4 based on 30 reviews
We always make it a point to make the 140 mile round trip by snowmobile to the Bull Moose at least twicew during the season! They have the best Poutine around! Their burgers are also great. Good food, good prices and a real home feel!
3.5 based on 42 reviews
we stopped here because we were getting desperate to find somewhere to eat. The choice did come down to Northern Exposure or to the predictable Subway across the street. We chose Northern Exposure. We weren't terribly hungry so asked if two of us could share the Buffalo Chicken Caesar salad. We both got very generous portions with A LOT of chicken strips (a portion each would have been far too much). It was a good choice for us. My wife was bitten by mosquitoes. They didn't bother me.....
4.5 based on 2 reviews
The Jet Blue flight program for total flight time of 6 hours with the layover was the best flying experience I have ever flown.
Plenty of leg room and very comfortable seats. Jet Blue does not over book and you can count on your seat to be there when arriving at the airport. I also enjoyed the easy use of my home computer to print out my schedule as well as my boarding passes for my wife and myself. You also can buy a ticket which includes checking in a large bag for both of us. Most important is the service and the friendly hosts and hostesses. A excellent airline . I will use Jet Blue again when flying back to Utah or any where else in the United States. I also found out my best friend son is a captain for Jet Blue. He picked a great airline
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