Belknap Point Motel is the perfect destination for rest and relaxation, seasonal outdoor activities and adventure on the Big Lake.


Uniquely located in a residential area of Gilford, NH right on Lake Winnipesaukee, our hotel offers a sense of relaxation and escape from everyday life. Directly on the shore of the big lake, guests can easily enjoy swimming, boating, fishing and relaxing.


Located on “The Broads” of Lake Winnipesaukee. We boast an incredible view of the wide expanse area of the lake, which ranges south & east to Alton and Wolfboro. To the north of the hotel you can see the majestic White Mountains. All of these views can be enjoyed from your own private balcony.


There are countless activities and attractions in the hotel’s surrounding area which includes a variety of restaurants, golf courses, Ellacoya State Park, Weirs Beach, Meadowbrook Concerts, Playhouse and NH Motor Speedway. We're also only 6.4 miles from Gunstock!


Throughout the year the Lakes Region is the premier destination for sporting events, concerts, festivals, NASCAR races and so much more! Belknap Point Motel is within a short distance of these local and larger events happening in the area.


  • "Amazing view of lake! Private beach with swim raft was great. Spent a beautiful summer day on the lake just relaxing. It was exactly what we were looking for. Clean room, nothing fancy but, not there to spend time indoors. Woke up to amazing sunrise over the lake....priceless!!"

  • "I have been visiting Lake Winnipesaukee for 38 years. There is no better view of the lake. Right in front of you is the broads it is the widest part of the lake. In the distance you can see the white mountains and on a clear day you can see the peak of Mount Washington."

  • "Such a beautiful location, and family-friendly environment!! Our family comes back every year to enjoy this perfect gem of a get-away motel. Down by the water, you can open your windows to hear the water gently lapping against the rocks or the dock, and up the hill you can look out your window at the most spectacular view of Lake."