Hay Creek Hotels has taken over the management of the Mountain View Grand Resort. The property is one of the few remaining “Grand Resort Hotels” in New Hampshire’s White National Forest.
A member of Historic Hotels of America, the Mountain View Grand Resort is situated on more than 1,600 acres of land. The property has 141 guestrooms and suites, more than 20,000 square feet of meeting and event space, multiple restaurants (including a private sub-terranean wine cellar), the Tower spa with 360-degree views of the White Mountains, a nine-hole golf course and indoor and outdoor pools. The lodge also has a working farm.
The resort is set to get a renovation of its employee housing as well as the lobby and clubhouse. Further upgrades will improve the IT systems, add more meeting and event space and enhance the F&B offerings. (A new dining outlet is reportedly in the works.)
“With 156 years of history becoming a part of our portfolio, Hay Creek Hotels is committed to giving back to this community by supporting local workers, leading fundraiser events, and operating with a strong green initiative,” Hay Creek Hotels President and CEO Norman MacLeod said in a statement. “As a management company, we pride ourselves on our focus on community, one of our core pillars, and we are proud to celebrate the rich history of this resort while offering classic New Hampshire hospitality with the modern upgrades our guests have come to expect.”
The hotel is within driving distance to Boston (157 miles), New York City (340 miles) and Montreal (180 miles) and close to skiing at Cannon Mountain, Attitash Mountain and Bretton Woods.