This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Jay Travel Tips
Ski and Winter Fun for the Entire Family at Jay Vacation Rentals
For a fun and fabulous ski vacation, head to Jay vacation rentals. Jay Peak has over 50 miles of ski terrain, 385 acres of land, and two interconnected mountains all within one resort. In fact, you can ski one of Vermont's tallest summits! Jay Peak is a world-class resort that welcomes beginners and advanced skiers. So go ahead, bring the entire family to Jay vacation rentals for skiing and winter fun.
Experience a Winter Wonderland When You Stay in Jay Vacation Rentals
Jay, Vermont is truly a magical winter wonderland. Not only can you ski fabulous terrain at the Jay ski resorts, but you can also try your hand at cross-country skiing, tubing, sledding, or snowshoeing. Jay vacation rentals put you close to all of the winter action, so you won't miss out on a minute of fun. Families love Jay vacation rentals because they are comfortable and spacious, offering a welcomed place to rest after a day on the slopes.
Taste the Sweet Life at Jay Lodging
Vermont is known for its incredible maple syrup. When you stay in Jay lodging, make a stop at a local shop to sample some of the sweet syrup. The maple sap literally flows from the trees here! Head to Jay lodging in the early spring time and see how maple syrup is made straight from the tree to the grocery store. In April, take part in the Vermont Maple Festival in St. Albans, just a short distance from Jay. The festival includes a pancake breakfast, syrup sale, crafts, antique show, and live music.
Jay Peak Condos Offer Comfort and Style
Come to Jay Peak condos to experience the true Vermont lifestyle. You'll be able to relax in comfortable and spacious vacation rentals. Your entire family will enjoy skiing and taking part in the beautiful surroundings that can only be found in Vermont.