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Recent Mt. Snow reviews

  • Quintessential log cabin on Lake Raponda, VT

    "Wonderful log cabin for a get away from it all vacation. The porch was so inviting it was hard to do anything else but rock and look out at the lake! Be wary of the stone steps however, even in the warmer months. Chris, the owner, was very helpful, prompt in her responses to email, and even met us at at the cabin when we arrived."
    Guest: Karen P. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 3, 2014
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  • Presidents Day Weekend

    "I stayed at this farmhouse for 3 nights with 12 friends (all of us in our early 20s). We decided it would be fun to spend the long weekend in Vermont where we could ski, drink, and relax. Upon arriving at the house we were excited with how secluded it was, and how much snow had fallen! The house is off a main road, all the way at the end of a cul-de-sac. The decor in the house was a bit interesting (it had a very old/antique barn feel to it, but with a lot of crazy wall paper), and we loved it! The farmhouse was easily able to accommodate all 13 of us... and we could even all eat dinner together or play card games around the big dining room table. The house was an easy 10-15 minute drive to Mt. Snow. While some friends went skiing, the other members of our group either went tubing, snow shoeing, or lounged around the fire in the house. There's a convenient market about a 5 minute drive away where we stocked up on groceries. The market also had really great quality prepared foods. Meredith, the owner was VERY accommodating and easy to get in touch with. Overall, it was such a nice getaway from New York City, and we would definitely stay here again."
    Guest: Nina F. Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: February 22, 2014
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  • May 30 - June 1st

    "The stay and the accommodations were excellent. It was very clean and the location was perfect."
    Guest: John M. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 5, 2014
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  • Tough Mudder Weekend

    "Our 12-person Tough Mudder team stayed in this house for the weekend of Tough Mudder New England at Mount Snow for Friday and Saturday night. The house is cozy and relaxing on a quiet street with lots of room for parking. The house is minutes from Carinthia and Mount Snow's main lodge, a dream for the winter months. The beds were comfortable (except the extra sofa bed, but that's to be expected) and the kitchen was well supplied. Everything in the house is labeled from light switches to drawers which is nice for travelers, don't have to guess where things belong. This house definitely has character and is very welcoming. The only negative thing I have to say is that two days before our arrival through our departure date I have called and left several messages for the owner and still have not heard back. Communication with the owner up until then was great but I'm upset that she disappeared right before we left when we had important questions. The toilet in the basement was also out of order which made things difficult."
    Guest: Anastazia S. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 1, 2014
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Mt. Snow Travel Tips

Mt. Snow Lodging for a Real Vermont Vacation

Located in southern Vermont, Mt. Snow in the Deerfield Valley is the perfect example of a small New England ski resort town. The natural beauty surrounding any Mt. Snow lodging choice will simply take your breath away; so much in fact that you will want to return for each season with the whole family. Enjoy a Vermont vacation in the area during any season, as there is always plenty to do when you book Mt. Snow cabin rentals.

Mt. Snow Cabin Rentals in the Winter Months

In the winter, a Vermont vacation can be rewarding, relaxing, and a lot of fun. Because of the great snowfall, Mt. Snow lodging is extremely popular during the winter months. You can enjoy your time spent in Mt. Snow cabin rentals by skiing, snowboarding, and snowmobiling. The many hiking trails are open for snowshoeing, and many adventurous people love to camp in the snow! And during the evenings, do not miss out on sleigh rides and romantic horse-drawn carriages.

Spring and Summer at Mt. Snow Lodging

Though many people do not consider the spring as an ideal time for a mountain trip, it truly is a wondrous time to take a Vermont vacation. The winter has just ended and everything is in full bloom which makes for a very scenic visit. You will love a drive with the top down or a simple walk on one of the many hiking trails. It is during the spring that you get the chance to see not only the beautiful wildflowers but plenty of wildlife. During summer stays in Mt. Snow cabin rentals, spend your days hiking, mountain biking, swimming, horseback riding, and having fun!

A Vermont Vacation in the Fall

Another of the most beautiful times of year to book Mt. Snow lodging is in the fall. When the foliage is at its peak, you will be awed by the rich reds, golds, yellows, and greens. With just a slight nip in the air, you will enjoy watching the seasons change. It is a beautiful time of year to experience the hiking trails and scenic winding roads.

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