Our resort is intricately weaved into the town’s rich history, contributing to its growth yet holding tightly to the uniqueness that makes Meredith the beloved destination that it is today. Through our resort’s expansion and responsible development, we’ve created a desirable oasis along the lake where families and friends can gather year-round to stay, play, and celebrate.

In the early 1980s

In the early 1980s, the townspeople of Meredith desired to transform the downtown into more than a pass-through for those headed to surrounding lakes or mountains—yet do so, without jeopardizing its character. In 1983, three investors set that revitalization in motion by purchasing the cornerstone of the area, an old linen mill property that dates back to the country’s industrial revolution.

Mill Falls Marketplace where it all began

54 Room, Family-Friendly Inn

While the mill had greatly deteriorated, they were able to rebuild the complex yet save some of its original allure. The mill was transformed into The Marketplace, which is now home to a collection of shops and eateries; and soon after, they added The Inn at Mill Falls, a 54-room, family-friendly inn located directly across from the lake.


From there, our resort and town continued to flourish. The quaint Bay Point, a nautical-inspired inn primely situated in a cove along Meredith Bay, opened in 1995 after a total reconstruction.


The Chase House came to life in 1998 when a family-owned, landmark business decided to sell.



And in 2004, our premier lodging, Church Landing, opened along the lake after the St. Charles parish moved to another location. Many of those church members still frequent the resort today.

Soon after, Cascade Spa and Salon opened to pamper locals and hotel guests, followed by EKAL, our activities center that offers all-access fun to the lake and natural surroundings.

Saint Charles Church is now Church Landing