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Recent Vermont reviews

  • The property was just as it was represented!

    "We recently stayed at the JaMari Acres for 7 days and enjoyed it very much. The house is very clean, comfy and well maintained, the decor is perfect. It is located in a very peaceful setting, surrounded by hills and country roads with walking trails. All you have to bring is your food and clothes, everything is available. Upon arrival we had waiting a large beautiful bouquet of fresh cut flowers from the owners' garden; the smell filled the cabin - Thank You! We spent every morning and evening on the porch watching the haze disappear on the mountains and the sun go down in the evenings. Although we had no issues or problems, the owners made it clear that they are totally committed to making sure their guest are taken care of. We recommend this rental to anyone looking for a great place to stay while in the Jay Peak/Montgomery area."
    Guest: Bobbie and Henri Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 25, 2014
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  • Beautiful House, Beautiful Lake

    "My family (wife, mother, stepfather, sister, Charlie our dog) and I had the opportunity to stay at this beautiful house at the end of August 2014. We had never been to this part of the U.S. It was a beautiful drive up from New York City. Coming from the south Isle La Motte is one of the more remote Champlain Islands and you have to cross multiple causeways. While the area is remote it is certainly not wilderness. On the other hand, it is not a place where you can drive a couple of miles and easily find a place to eat or buy groceries. The house has a great layout and it is perfect for the type of family trip we imagined. The large 1st floor living space and the open kitchen make for a perfect shared experience. The house has all the necessities and more in abundance. It doesn't have cable TV. For some of us this was a surprise. The property is right on the lake and going out on the deck and catching the breeze and the sun shining off the lake was a favorite thing to do. The deck was also the site for a memorable barbecue. We did some fun things while there: renting kayaks and rowboats, hiking around the Mt. Stowe area (admittedly a bit of a drive), eating out at the local restaurants (good if not great cooking). We were a bit disappointed by the lack of local farmer's markets and fresh produce, but perhaps, we didn't know where to go. All in all, while the area didn't WOW us; our consensus was the house and its comforts were GREAT and for that reason I've given 5 stars."
    Guest: andrew b. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: November 7, 2014
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  • Peaceful retreat in VT

    "My family was looking for a quiet Vermont getaway, and the schoolhouse more than fit the bill. The views are amazing--as soon as we pulled into the driveway, we knew we had found the right place for us. The house itself is spacious and comfortable, with a great kitchen, large dining room and living room, and master bedroom with a small gas heating stove--a nice touch. Our young son enjoyed the many toys and games (not to mention the trampoline). The schoolhouse was a great home base for us as we spent the weekend exploring the area and relaxing. If you're looking for a beautiful, serene place to unwind, this is it. Highly recommended!"
    Guest: Caleb C. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 14, 2014
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  • Great Location and Awesome Owners

    "The owner was very helpful from Day 1. She was very accommodating and made sure our stay was very pleasant. The condo is very well maintained. The kitchen was well stocked with pans, pots and utensils. Overall we enjoyed our stay! Thanks!"
    Guest: ambi a. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 14, 2014
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Vermont Travel Tips

Activities and Attractions at Vermont Vacation Rentals

Vermont is a state that is known for its scenic landscapes, beautiful fall foliage and excellent ski resorts. It is a destination for people with a wide range of interests. If you enjoy exploring back roads and visiting quaint historical towns, you will find plenty of exploration options in Vermont. Museums provide insight to the region's history and antique shops provide a great retail diversion from sightseeing. Throughout the year, there are festivals and events in the various towns and cities that attract a wealth of visitors. In the summertime, there are endless forest and mountain trails that are open for exploration. Mountain biking is a popular activity as is hiking. Horseback trails are also available. Some of North America's best ski resorts are located in Vermont. Mt. Snow vacation rentals, Stratton Mountain vacation rentals, and Okemo cabins visitors can enjoy downhill ski slopes that cater to all levels of skiing abilities. Terrain parks provide challenging jumps and snow features for snowboarders. Other snow activities include cross country skiing and snowmobiling. The fall foliage is a major attraction in Vermont, and many artists and photographers visit during this season to capture the vibrant colors on the landscapes.

Visit Vermont Condos at Any Time of Year

Most people are attracted to Vermont in the winter season because of its mountainous terrain and excellent ski resorts. There are any number of top quality resorts to choose from that have miles of groomed trails, catering to all levels of skiing abilities. Many resorts have ski schools to help novices find their feet. The ski season typically starts in early December or soon after the first good snowfall. Depending on the weather, the season can run right through to April. The peak ski season is during December and January; during these months, the ski resorts can get very busy. In the summer months, the ski slopes are transformed into mountain biking parks and hiking trails. A wide variety of outdoor and adventure sports are available from May through September. The spring season is often one of the quieter travel seasons in Vermont but it is no less beautiful. The fall season is when the vibrant colors of the fall foliage seem to bring the area to life.

Home Comforts at Vermont Ski Lodging

Many of the vacation homes in Vermont are located in or near ski resort areas. This is a convenient and affordable way to enjoy a skiing vacation in Vermont. The ski lodging options range from smaller, single-bedroom units to large, spacious homes. Many are equipped with a fireplace and have a spacious living area where you can relax and socialize in the evenings. Many of the more up-market vacation homes have hot tubs where you can soak weary muscles after a long day out on the slopes. Most times the kitchens are equipped with a host of modern appliances that make vacation catering easy. Many of the homes are conveniently located close to the ski shuttle bus stops or within easy walking distance of the ski lifts. This means that once you park your car, you shouldn't need it again until it is time to leave.

Getting to Vermont

Vermont does not have an international airport. The largest major airport is in Rutland which is a regional airport. The airport hosts domestic flights from nearby major cities such as Boston, New York City, Washington DC, Baltimore and Philadelphia. Vermont is a favorite vacation destination for city dwellers from the major East Coast cities. Vermont is also within easy driving distance from these cities and many people opt to drive up there for their vacations. There are some rail routes that offer an alternative means of transport to Vermont.

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