Welcome to Ashworth by the Sea, the only full-service oceanfront hotel in beautiful Hampton Beach, New Hampshire.
Open year round, Ashworth by the Sea offers friendly New England hospitality in an elegant, boutique setting overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. We’ve maintained the historical aspects of the hotel, which has been a Hampton Beach Landmark for the past 100 years, but our recent renovation has updated the hotel with all the modern conveniences and amenities today’s traveler expects.
Ashworth by the Sea offers captivating views overlooking award-winning beaches, as well as creative dining, quality service, well-appointed rooms, and a superb location in Hampton Beach, New Hampshire. We look forward to welcoming you to our beach hotel.
With New Hampshire’s only sandy beach just outside your front door, the resort has been designed to provide a tranquil seaside retreat. Stay with us, and you’ll enjoy elegantly furnished guestrooms, three restaurants offering some of the finest dining in Hampton Beach, and effortless access to the area’s prime attractions, including Odiorne Point, Rye Harbor and the Kittery Outlets. A wide variety of family amusements including a water park, zoo, museums, the Casino Ballroom concert arena, and tax-free shopping, are all within minutes of our doors.
Relax and enjoy the ocean views from your private balcony, or take a dip in our refreshing heated pool before strolling off to discover one of the many fine shops or historical sites nearby. The pool features a retractable roof, meaning you can enjoy a swim on even the coldest of winter days. With over 6,000 square feet of event space and five unique function rooms, Ashworth by the Sea is a top destination for weddings, social gathering and corporate meetings in Hampton Beach.
Ashworth by the Sea is the perfect destination for romantic getaways, family vacations, girlfriends’ spa and shopping weekends, or corporate retreats. While many Hampton Beach hotels close once the summer rush is over, Ashworth by the Sea welcomes guests throughout the year, making us ideal for travelers who prefer to enjoy the quieter, less crowded side of the New England coast in winter.