Winter Getaway Lodging in Southern Vermont

Calvin Coolidge Room - Manchester View - Manchester Center, VT
Manchester View

77 High Meadow Way Manchester Center, VT, 05255 Phone: 802-362-2739 Toll-Free: 800-548-4141

Skiing, snowshoeing, skating or just relaxing by the fire: a winter escape to please everyone

Whether your winter getaway means hitting the slopes, or relaxing in a spa tub and then sitting by a blazing fireplace in your room or suite, the Manchester View has you covered. Tucked in a quiet valley between the Green and Taconic Mountains, the property, with panoramic mountain views, is a wonderland in the winter. It’s just a short drive to Bromley, Stratton and Magic Mountain ski resorts as well as cross-country skiing, skating, snowshoeing and fat-biking at the Viking Nordic Center. There’s amazing winter hiking, too, plus antiquing, local shops and outlet stores. Take a leisurely drive to area museums, a casino, and science centers, open in the winter. Start your day with Manchester View's complimentary Continental breakfast and get and early start on your day's exciting activities.
Naulahka Snow Day - Landmark Trust - Dummerston, VT
The Landmark Trust USA

707 Kipling Road Dummerston, VT, 05301 Phone: 802-254-6868

Celebrate winter from the cozy, stunning surroundings of these historic lodgings

It’s quite the winter paradise at the historic rental properties of The Landmark Trust USA. At Rudyard Kipling’s Naulakha, the home (sleeps up to eight) built for him in 1892, guests can go sledding and snowshoeing right on the property. At The Amos Brown House, a Federal-style brick farmhouse (sleeps up to six) built in 1892, you can bring your cross-country skis or snowmobile to enjoy right out the front door. Or maybe you want to snuggle by the gas log stove in the cozy Sugarhouse cabin (sleeps up to two) or classic Dutton Farmhouse (sleeps up to eight). Warm things up in Kipling’s Carriage House (sleeps up to four) where the kitchen is perfect for baking. From all the properties, it’s a short trip to alpine ski slopes, hiking trails, museums, shops and restaurants.
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