Vermont offers many lovely destinations for romantic LGBT weddings
Vermont welcomes gays, lesbians, and the LGBT community and their families for vacations of all kinds, including wedding celebrations and wedding trips. Many Vermont inns, hotels, and other celebration venues are pleased to serve gay and lesbian couples for marriage vows and wedding celebrations, with all the trimmings and comforts for guests, families and friends.
3835 Main Street
Manchester Village, VT, 05254
An especially inviting place for LGBT weddings
If the scenic charms didn’t make Taconic, the newest four-star hotel in southern Vermont, attractive enough for LGBT weddings, the state's leading role in promoting marriage equality would. The group Human Rights Campaign has even honored Vermont for its efforts. What a perfect place for a wedding! From check-in to room service to your reluctant farewell, the courteous staff take pains to make you feel right at home. Whether you’d like to stroll through quaint Manchester Village, hike the surrounding mountains with your wedding guests, relax with a back rub in the spa on the premises or just lounge after a dip in the outdoor pool, Taconic is a memorable place to start your new life together.
195 Mountain Top Road
Chittenden, VT, 05737
Weddings: Vermont mountain splendor for a one of a kind wedding
Sometimes, two make a wedding. At other times 250 says it all. Whichever fits your style, you’re in a magical resort experienced in making wishes come true. Set on 350 nature blessed acres, you’ll be inspired by the rustic elegance of this classic mountain lodge in a Vermont backdrop that’s stunning any time of year. You’re in the Green Mountains with a sparkling Lake below and majestic scenery as far as the eye can see. You’ll enjoy matchless staff coordination from menu selection, room arrangements, centerpieces, linens to finding local sources for photography, flowers, cakes, and music. The new barn can accommodate up to 250 people while the lobby and south lobby indoors can accommodate 135 and 100 respectively with an additional 50 people in the adjoining tavern.