Recent Stratton Mountain Area property reviews
"Our entire ski team was very impress with the care and space that this home provided. Plenty of dishes and towels. Very well supplied…. And lots of firewood! We have already book for the 2015 ski season. Great view of Stratton Mountain!!!!"Guest: Darcie Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: April 14, 2014View listing
"We have stayed at this condo twice in the past couple of years.Once was before the upgrades and it was nice and well kept then. Once after the owner put in a new kitchen ,carpet ,and tile. It's even better now. Both times it was very easy and manageable. The first stay was with 4 adults and 3 kids the second was with 4 adults and 5 kids.It snowed both times we were there and it was quite enchanting. The house is very clean and kept neat. It is well stocked with cookware and utensils. The owner is very easy to deal with. Stratton is a fun place to ski !! We are planning another visit back this year"Guest: Brenda M. Date of Stay: February 2013 Review Submitted: December 19, 2013View listing
"Thank you for accommodating our short-term rental on such short notice. Being on the slopes as well as a short walk to the village was great. The condo was very clean with comfortable amenities. The separate entrance door from the condo hallway to the bunk and guest room works out well. Guests using those rooms can come in late and not wake up anyone in the master bedroom. Since the trail runs adjacent to the condo, be prepared for some grooming activity around 4:00 a.m. This unit is located directly under the Tamarack lift, so the patio faces a steep embankment and there is no view."Guest: Stromie Date of Stay: March 2013 Review Submitted: March 25, 2013View listing
"The owners (David and Mary Alice) are wonderful and very detail orientated to make your stay as comfortable and informative as possible. Great house for kids and family. Perfectly located to base lodge or 2 mins drive to Sunbowl. Nothing to pack, but food. House is FULLY equipt. Highly recommended!"Guest: DMC in NYC Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: April 2, 2014View listing
Stratton Mountain Area Travel Tips
Stratton Mountain Vacation Rentals in the Green Mountain State
The word Vermont is a French derivation for “green mountains” which is fitting because of the lush mountainside guests will enjoy from Stratton Mountain vacation rentals. With the balsam, hemlock and white pine trees, you can delight in the peaks that offer their blue-green colors throughout the year and the blaze of autumn with the maple trees' vibrant accents.
Whenever you decide to vacation in Vermont, you will find excellent accommodations for your family or group. The rental homes excel in providing the right amount of space for relaxing in wonderfully equipped kitchens and plush beds for a great night’s sleep. Your home’s owner can also give you the low down on all there is to do and see in the area, so take advantage of their expertise for the best vacation you have ever had.
Activities to Pursue Near Stratton Mountain Lodging
This four-season state will never leave you without something to occupy your time. From the comfort of your Stratton Mountain lodging, you could play golf or go kayaking, canoeing or fly fishing on the nearby rivers. If you are at the mountain in summer, you can hike during the day and attend a live outdoor summer concert at Manchester’s Riley Rink, Robert Todd Lincoln’s “Hildene” or take in a summer theater production at Dorset or Weston Playhouses. There is also tennis at the Sport Center at Stratton Mountain.
If you and your family are wintertime sports enthusiasts, you will love the idea of being able to ski in and ski out of your Stratton Mountain condos. Prepare a hearty breakfast in your lodging’s kitchen then hit the slopes for a great day’s outing. Should the weather be too bad for skiing, your cozy Stratton Mountain vacation paradise can have a fireplace for lounging around with a cup of hot chocolate or hot toddy.
The area around Manchester will offer you the chance to see the Lincoln Family Home, the Southern Vermont Arts Center or Mount Equinox. Mount Equinox is the highest peak in the Taconic Range and provides guests the opportunity to drive to the top of the mountain to hike and picnic.
Restaurants and Shopping at Stratton Mountain Cabins
When you are on a holiday, you may wish to eat out for every meal even if you have exceptional cooking facilities. There is a wide array of choices whether you want to prepare some of your meals or not cook at all. The restaurants in the area will fit anyone’s budget and cater to children and adults. While every cuisine may not be addressed at Stratton Mountain, you can travel to several different countries in this small area. Italian food, Irish pubs, delis, and sushi restaurants all await you with a wide choice of entrees. If you want some night action, visit the local pubs and taverns for pool, foosball, sports television or to just relax after a day of skiing.
Do you want to stock up on food for your Stratton Mountain cabins? Then plan a stop at Stratton Mountain Provisions, the premiere grocery store in the area. You not only can pick up grocery items, you can also fill your refrigerator with beer and wine. If you are looking for clothing to take home as a reminder of your great vacation in Vermont, check out the Stratton Clothing Company or Life is Good shop for fun gifts and apparel. There are also several sports stores in the area that offer outerwear for all types of outdoor activities as well as sports equipment.
Trek to Stratton Mountain Condos
Reaching Stratton Mountain takes about three hours from Boston or four hours from New York City. Enter the state from I-91 then follow Highway 30 to Highway 100 to the Stratton Mountain area. These scenic highways should be thought of as a wonderful part of your vacation trip to Stratton Mountain as they wind their way through the Green Mountains.