Mill Falls at the Lake is located eight miles off Exit 23 on Interstate 93. We are conveniently two hours north of Boston, two hours southwest of Portland, Maine, and 90 minutes from New Hampshire’s seacoast. Centrally located in the state makes Meredith a perfect hub-and-spoke location for all of New England.
Use the below physical addresses to bring you to the doorstep of each individual property.
Take I-93 to Exit 23. Follow 104 East until it intersects with Route 3 (about eight miles); turn left onto Route 3 North at the light. Mill Falls is a half mile down.
Take Route 302 East to Route 93 South, to exit 23. Go East on Route 104 to Route 3 North. Turn left on Route 3 North. Mill Falls is a 1/2 mile down.
I-95 to I-395 in Niantic Area. I-395 North to Worcester. I-395 becomes I-290 at the Mass Pike. I-290 through Worcester to I-495. I-495 North to Route 3 North to Nashua. Note: Once on this Highway, do not exit. Highway will change names several times. Route 3 North becomes F.E. Everett Turnpike in Manchester, F.E. Turnpike becomes I-293 North of Manchester, I-293 becomes I-93 North. Take 93 North to exit 23. At the end of the ramp turn right on Route 104 East. Follow 104 for about 10 miles. At the 3rd set of lights, turn left on Route 3 North. Mill Falls is a 1/2 mile down.
Take the Spaulding Turnpike North. This turns into Route 16. Take the Lake Winnipesaukee (Route 11) exit. Follow to the Alton Bay traffic circle, and remain on Route 11 after going around the circle halfway. Stay on Route 11 to Gilford and go right on 11B, continue straight to the stop sign in Weirs Beach, and go straight onto Route 3 into Meredith. The Inns are at the junction of Routes 3 and 25. Approximately 1.25 hours from Portsmouth.
Take Route 25 West. Route 25 will merge with Route 16. At the Yankee Smokehouse, turn left to stay on Route 25. Route 25 will take you right into Meredith. Mill Falls is at the Junction of Route 25 and 3.