Winter Getaway Lodging in Vermont

For people around the world, and even in New England, the state of Vermont is considered the gold standard for beauty and adventure in the winter. The snow-covered mountains, flat river valleys, and warm small towns welcome visitors for active outdoor fun, like skiing and ice skating, relaxed outdoor fun, like horse-drawn sleigh rides, and spectator fun, at pond hockey and winter festivals. Vermont innkeepers and ski mountains understand visitor needs: you can easily hire a guide, rent equipment, take some lessons, find a babysitter, or track down a steak dinner – whatever is your winter pleasure, Vermont hospitality is ready for you.

Vermont Winter Getaways
Frozen Lake Fun - Lake Morey Resort - Fairlee, VT
Lake Morey Resort

1 Clubhouse Road Fairlee, VT, 05045 Phone: 802-333-4311 Toll-Free: 800-423-1211

Lakeside inn’s natural beauty, hospitality make it an ideal getaway resort

A wealth of winter activities await you just steps outside your door at the Lake Morey Resort in the snow-capped hills of Vermont. The resort boasts the country’s longest ice-skating trail: a 4.5-mile loop around beautiful Lake Morey). A nearby trail system (and free equipment) will satisfy every level of cross-country skier or snow-shoer, and alpine skiing is just minutes away. But if you’d prefer soaking in your Jacuzzi while just watching the lake from your spacious suite, that’s OK, too. Other indoor fun ranges from a pool and fitness center to a comfy dining lounge and rooms for cards, billiards and other games. Check out winter specials for New Year’s Eve, Carnival Weekend and ladies’ getaways.
Winter Wedding Sleigh - Mountain Top Inn & Resort - Chittenden, VT
Mountain Top Inn & Resort

195 Mountain Top Road Chittenden, VT, 05737 Phone: 802-483-2311

Get a dose of ‘rustic luxe’ at this inn snuggled in Vermont’s mountains

Set aside workaday stress and escape to the Mountain Top Inn & Resort, a cozy winter lodge in Vermont, where your room might overlook a lake, mountains or a snow-filled meadow. Or book a cabin for two and sit before a wood-burning fireplace. Want to spend your getaway getting active? Ask for a cross-country ski and snowshoe trail pass, take a guided snowmobile tour of the resort grounds or head for the ice-skating rink. When you get back, unwind in the hot tub, or soak up the steam in the spa’s cedar sauna, or enjoy s’mores by the fire. Other seasonal delights include horse-drawn sleigh rides and downing a frosty Vermont brew by the tavern’s stone fireplace.