Vermont Accommodation and lodging listings

Vermont offers so much through all the seasons. Springtime in Vermont can be deceptive. Maple sugar season is the signal that winter is waning, even though the snow is still deep. Later Vermont's famed "mud season" passes quickly and the Green Mountains turn green. May and early June are ideal times for a romantic or adventure getaway before the busy summer season. Lodgings and attractions are less crowded.

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Major Vermont destinations:

Stowe Killington Bennington Burlington Brattleboro

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Todays featured Vermont accommodations:

Clay Brook At Sugarbush

Approx 3km away in Warren:

Be one of the first to experience Luxury at the base of Sugarbush Ski Resort this Winter.

Photograph of Clay Brook At Sugarbush, Warren
3100 Sugarbush Access Road
Warren, Vermont

Windham Hill Inn

Approx 2km away in West Townshend:

Set at the end of a country road on 160 acres, the Windham Hill Inn, Vermont is a peaceful country house with spotless rooms, elegant yet approachable cuisine, an endless variety of things to do or not do, a “comfortable” dress code, books, puzzles, and music in many forms.

Photograph of Windham Hill Inn, West Townshend
311 Lawrence Drive
West Townshend, Vermont

Inn At Montpelier

Approx 1km away in Montpelier:

In creating The Inn at Montpelier great care has been given to retaining the architectural details, the ten fireplaces, the gracious front staircases, the glass fronted china cupboards, to name a few, have all been preserved.

Photograph of Inn At Montpelier, Montpelier
147 Main Street
Montpelier, Vermont

More about the areas accommodations and tourism

The timeless summers of childhood are alive and well in Vermont. From swimming holes and ice cream parlors, to outdoor concerts and mountain hikes, the long days of summertime are a perfect frame to Vermont's relaxed pace of life. You won't find slickly packaged recreation here. Our brand of fun is natural, real and pure. Which is why families feel free to spend a few days or a few weeks tucked away in our hills.

In the fall, the combination of crisp autumn air, white clapboarded villages, and glorious color makes the little state a must-see destination for visitors from all over the world.

Winter brings an early coating of snow and it just kept coming. Combine lots of snow with cold temperatures and you get some of the best skiing, nordic and alpine, we've had in a while. Why not come up and join us to ski, snowshoe, a sleigh ride - and so much more? Vermont all year - the perfect destination for either relaxation or action.

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