skip to main content
02
Vector image of tower icon used at Mountain View Grand Resort

Mountain View Grand In The News

Media Coverage and Feature Stories

We are thrilled that Mountain View Grand Resort & Spa has been featured by publications such as the Boston Herald and HOTELS, along with travel bloggers and other media. Take a look at some of our favorites below! For more information or to schedule a media visit, please contact us directly.

Press Contact

24/09/2023 

Their setting is perfect for foliage season. Settle into a comfy  chair on their verandah and you’ll have – on a clear day—views of 57 surrounding peaks. With colors expected to peak around the first week of October there this year, that gives you lots of pre and post peak time as well to get up there and take it all in.

29/09/2022 

Sit on the verandah and sip an autumn cocktail to view 57 peaks aurrounding the resort. Autumn is unfolding and the perfect time to stay here in a gorgeous suite or room. Mountain biking, hiking, farm animals like the Angora goats & miniature donkeys. 

24/05/2022 |
 By HOTELS Editors

Hay Creek Hotels, Exeter, New Hampshire, has assumed management of the Mountain View Grand Resort & Spa in Whitefield, New Hampshire. The 141-room is one of the last remaining Grand Resort Hotels in New Hampshire’s White National Forest. 

24/05/2022 |
 Esther Herzfeld

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. 

06/09/2022 |
 Derek Zagami

Steeped in history, restored in luxury. Since 1865, Mountain View Grand Resort and Spa has been an inspiring New Hampshire resort for guests to relax and recharge.

30/08/2022 |
 Todd Plummer and Paul RUbio

Whether you’re coming from the South, Midwest, or elsewhere on the East Coast, the riches of autumn in New England are always worth the easy drive or quick flight. You can’t go wrong in this neighborhood of the Northeast—each of the region’s six states has its own unique take on fall bliss, with multi-hued leaves, pumpkin patches, apple orchards, and so much more to choose from. 

19/09/2022 |
 Todd Plummer

The first thing you should know about a New Hampshire fall is how insanely colorful its trees get. The second thing to know about the state would be how to pronounce the name of the state’s capital. Calling it “CON-cord” like the grapes, or the former high-speed jet service to Europe will immediately raise some eyebrows—if you want to blend in with the locals, know that’s it’s pronounced “CONK-erd.”

29/09/2022 |
 Colleen Lanin, The Travel Mama

Dying for something spooky to do this fall? Book one of these Halloween hotel packages or attend the following autumn festivals, costume parties, and other haunted events at resorts across the U.S. You'll have so much fun, it's scary! 

05/02/2023 |
 Alissa Grisler

From picturesque mountain towns to cozy lakefront cottages, these dreamy destinations are the perfect romantic getaway for you and your beau.

27/11/2022 |
 Andrea E. Mchugh

Cobblestone streets, peppermint-dusted hot cocoa, and the quiet charm of a place that feels like you’ve stepped into a Norman Rockwell painting…there’s no place quite like New England during the holidays. One of the oldest parts of the country, the coastal enclaves and quaint Main Streets found throughout Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont are like none other.

 Miles Howard

Fall foliage season might be on its final verse, but as leafy canopies recede, a million windows to the stars are opened. Bare trees and longer nights make that melancholic shoulder season between fall and winter a perfect time to grab a mug of hot chocolate or a flask of Scotch, wrap yourself in a blanket, and enjoy some primo stargazing. 

25/10/2022 |
 Todd Plummer

When I was growing up, every Friday night during winter my parents used to drive my siblings and me 90 minutes from our home outside Boston to our tiny ski cabin in Gilford, New Hampshire. When we arrived, it would somehow feel even chillier inside the house than it did outside. But the prospect of two straight days on New Hampshire's slopes was enough to make the haul and the cold worth it.

30/09/2022 |
 Tanya Edwards

With the air growing brisker, both college and NFL teams are taking to the field again, and Americans are tuning in to cheer on their favorites. With game day comes tailgating and with tailgating comes plates of wings, bowls of piping hot chili, and, everyone's favorite, chips and dip.