PLAN YOUR VISIT | The Balsams Resort

EXPERIENCE THE VISION FOR
THE REBIRTH OF A LEGENDARY RESORT

SCHEDULE YOUR TOUR.

The Balsams once featured this label on signature house wines: “Warm professional service, grand accommodations, a wonderful array of succulent foods, and fond memories with family and close friends, are the reasons we continue to return. Our goal is to uphold these traditions by creating special experiences one guest at a time.” This promise remains true, and we invite you to come be a part of it. From your arrival, you will be swept up in the vision for The Balsams future.

WHAT TO EXPECT.

The Balsams has long been an acclaimed destination with an unrivaled culinary tradition, 100km of trails for year-round activities, world-class golf, plus skiing, boating, fishing, crystal-clear air and water, and stunning views of Dixville Notch. Guests could come do nearly anything that they desired – even if that meant doing absolutely nothing. If you’re curious about ownership, we invite you to join us for the day to learn about our vision for the future.

ASK YOUR QUESTIONS, IN PERSON.

You have questions, and we would like to answer them right here at The Balsams. Each member of the team has unique connections to this breathtaking resort and we are eager to share our passion. While here, you can learn much more as you tour the stunning model residences in the historic Hampshire House, enjoy a visit to pristine Moose Lake, or admire the spectacular view from the Panorama golf clubhouse.

SELECT YOUR RESIDENCE.

If you’re interested in ownership opportunities at The Balsams, you are invited to fully immerse yourself in The Balsams experience. Visit the historic Hale House and get all of your questions answered in a truly relaxed environment. If you have been here before, come reconnect with all of your beloved Balsams memories. If this will be your first visit to Dixville Notch, we welcome you to start creating the memories that will become your own family’s legacy right here at The Balsams.

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