About the Blog and the Inns

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Follow our blog for news, ramblings, and muses about everything related to the Inns, Meredith and the surrounding area, and the activities and events that make up our community.

About the Inns

Step back in time while experiencing the luxuries of today.  Discover the Inns and Spa at Mill Falls located along the shore of Lake Winnipesaukee in the quaint town of Meredith, NH.  No need to travel any further. With four Inns, a spa, over a dozen restaurants, numerous shops along Main Street and fifteen stores in the Mill Falls Marketplace, there is something here for everyone.

A view from Church Landing

Choose from one of four fine Inns, two located right on the water, and two just across the street, sharing many of the same spectacular views of the lake and surrounding mountains.  Indulge and relax in the spa, indoor and outdoor pools, hot tub, exercise room, and cozy dining rooms. On many occasions Rusty McLear, one of the proprietors of the Inns, offers guests the opportunity to cruise the bay in his 1937 Chris Craft.

When you’re not taking advantage of the many amenities provided by the Inns, venture out to the Meredith Town Docks, or down historic Main Street, and take in the local color. Since the arrival of the Inns and Spa at Mill Falls, the sleepy little town of Meredith has been transformed into a quintessential New England destination and one of the finest towns on the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee. In the summer, hang out on the beach, take a stroll along the boardwalk to the gazebo on the water, or just sit on the lawn and read a book.  Dine at one of several outdoor restaurants along the water, and treat yourself to an ice cream at one of three vendors within walking distance of the Inns.

In the winter, borrow a pair of skates from the Inns and head out to the large roped-off skating area on picturesque Meredith bay.  On Saturdays, stay late and enjoy a bonfire on the ice and toast a few marshmallows.  On many Saturday evenings you can also take a horse and buggy ride around town from any one of the four Inns.  Meredith at night is a sight you wont want to miss, with snow lined streets and trees all decked out in twinkling lights.  When you’re ready to come in from the cold, curl up with a good book or game of checkers in front of one of the Inns’ many fireplaces. This is also a good place to simply gaze out the window on a lazy afternoon.

A relaxing lunch at the Church Landing pool

A relaxing lunch at the Church Landing pool

Meredith is centrally located right in the heart of New Hampshire, so should you feel more adventurous, there are many attractions nearby.  Hiking and biking trails, skiing, boating, water parks, golf, mini golf, airplane rides, arcades, fine dining, shopping, and much, much more, can all be found within a 20 minute drive.

There is something to do for the whole family in and around Meredith, and quite frankly, if you simply don’t want to do anything, there is no better place to do it.  Don’t let me tell you, stop by someday and discover for yourself. You’ll be glad you did.

The Inns Offerings

Combined, all four Inns offer 156 designer decorated rooms, most with a fireplace, balcony and panoramic views of Lake Winnipesaukee and the Belknap mountain range. Specialty rooms with whirlpool baths and suites are also available.

Let the classic beauty and quiet elegance of Lake Winnipesaukee provide the inspiration for your next conference or social event. Accommodating groups of 10 to 300 people with 9,500 square feet of meeting space offering lake views and complimentary Wi-Fi. Our event facilities offer the perfect balance between business and pleasure.

Onsite recreation: kayak rentals, instructional sailing, chartered boat tours, ice skating. Nearby are several walking/hiking trails, skateboard park, ski areas, retail shopping outlets.

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