Vermont mountain resorts are set in a paradise of year-round outdoor fun
With its gorgeous mountains, vistas and tradition of kinship with nature, Vermont is a natural choice for a family vacation
or a romantic getaway
at a mountain resort -- sometimes with a lake also nearby. Vermont;s resorts push the boundaries of unique vacation at the AAA four diamond Equinox Resort and Spa in Manchester, for example, guests can try falconry, archery, and mountain driving in a Land Rover.
Even for people who are not hardcore outdoors-men and -women, the retreat to a Vermont mountain resort is blissfully relaxing and also a fine place to enjoy family time with active kids. Some resorts have kids’ game rooms, children’s programming, pools, and snowboarding terrain parks with slope-side access to family lodges or condos. Mountain resort cabins or cottages
and condos also are idea of big gathering like a reunion
, wedding, or other celebration.
171 Cottage Club Road
Stowe, VT, 05672
Your own four-season retreat in a picturesque mountain setting!
Nestled on a hillside overlooking the picturesque New England village of Stowe, Mountainside Resort offers a unique and reasonably priced, year-round lodging experience for families and small groups on vacation. Units are completely equipped and fully furnished, boasting fireplaces, A/C, private phones, cable TV, DVD players and VCRs. Resort amenities include indoor pool, hot tub, sauna, central laundry, a basketball court and two tennis courts, a playground, and an open field for games. The property is just minutes to excellent skiing, dining and shopping opportunities. There is also a town-wide trolley service available seasonally. Year-round local activities abound: golfing, fishing, boarding, hiking, rock climbing, biking, rollerblading, antiquing and leaf peeping.
511 Mountain Road
Stowe, VT, 05672
The mountains are calling at Golden Eagle Resort
Stay at Golden Eagle Resort and you'll find everything you're looking for in a mountain vacation. We're located in Stowe, Vermont -- ski capital of the East -- and nestled among the surrounding Green Mountains. You can enjoy all the winter sports at nearby ski resorts, from downhill skiing to snowshoeing. There's even more happening in warm weather months. Hike woodland trails,where you might spy deer, great blue herons, ducks, and sometimes even a moose. Explore on a faster pace with a mountain bike. For less physical fun, tour the Ben & Jerry's Factory, where you can sample their wares at the end. Frolic in our heated indoor and outdoor pools. And it's easy to unwind in our spacious guest rooms. Amenities include jetted tubs, kitchenettes, and private balconies, depending on the room.
195 Mountain Top Road
Chittenden, VT, 05737
Mountain Top Inn & Resort is a four season resort, in central Vermont, just a short drive from Killington. Set on 350 private acres with sweeping views of the Green Mountains and a 740 acre lake, the Resort is one of central Vermont’s most sought after vacation destinations. Offering classic & luxury lodge rooms and suites, luxury cabins and a wide variety of guest houses (many houses & cabins are pet friendly), the perfect get-away awaits you. Relax in the brand new spa or enjoy a wide variety of activities from horseback riding, boating and swimming to Nordic skiing, snowshoeing, sleigh rides and more. The Resort’s Dining Room and Tavern offer creative cuisine and over 12 Vermont craft brews. Any season of the year, the Mountain Top is the perfect escape.
18 South Main Street
Stowe, VT, 05672
Enjoy the peak of luxury, convenience at elegant country inn
You’ll notice the fresh mountain air right away when you travel to the Green Mountain Inn, and once you check in to your elegant room, suite, apartment or townhouse (many with fireplaces and Jacuzzis) , you’ll notice the breathtaking views. But don’t stop there. Head over to the Stowe Mountain Resort for some world-class skiing or take a scenic drive up Mount Mansfield, Vermont’s highest peak. From the summit, you can take in gorgeous views of lake Champlain and the Adirondacks. In warmer times, go zip-lining or ride the mountain gondola. Other nearby activities include skating, sleigh rides and dog-sledding in the winter, and golf, hiking or seeking out a crystal-clear swimming hole in the spring, summer and fall.