The Omni Mount Washington Resort in Bretton Woods, the Mountain View Grand Resort & Spa in Whitefield and The Balsams Grand Resort in Dixville Notch (currently closed; hopefully reopening soon) are the tangible reminders of another age, when travelers more than a century ago arrived from all over to enjoy the beauty, peacefulness and adventure of these grand places in the grandest of settings.
These 19th century guests, however, only enjoyed the hotels for the summer season, before they departed with the arrival of autumn and the Grand Dames rested over the winter. In the 21st century, guests can enjoy the modern amenities of these year-round resorts, where, if you listen closely, you may just hear the whisper of silk and the tinkling of laughter from the past.
Guests are now welcomed by a variety of active and relaxing activities. You can feel the adrenaline rush of a dog sled ride or relax and enjoy a world-class spa treatment. The hotels are filled with historic items celebrating their rich history.
Omni Mount Washington Resort
A National Historic Landmark, the Omni Mount Washington Resort features exceptional accommodations, elegant public spaces and a selection of dining experiences, along with a roster of four-season resort activities including its signature spa and Donald Ross-designed golf course.
Mountain View Grand Resort & Spa
Historic New Hampshire resort with breathtaking White Mountain vistas, providing exceptional hospitality and lodging since 1865. Resort amenities include golf, indoor and outdoor pools, family activities, Mountain View Farm, movie theater, full-service spa, outstanding wine cellar. Several dining options.