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Recent Vermont reviews

  • Perfect Ski Weekend Getaway Cabin

    "The house was completely as advertised and perfectly situated for an amazing weekend on the slopes. There was plenty of bed space and options for our large group. The hot tub was a welcome blast of heat after a cold day at the mountain. Fireplace, grill, kitchen appliances were all stellar during our stay. Most importantly, Jeremy was a pleasure to deal with. When we had a late payment issue (totally our own fault) Jeremy was extremely accommodating and up-front with how to rectify any issues before there was a problem. Truly a great experience all around."
    Guest: RW Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: March 13, 2014
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  • Another wonderful week in heaven!

    "This was our second stay at this small slice of heaven, and we enjoyed the visit even more than the first time! Even when the weather makes it an indoor day, the view of the lake is beautiful; the design of the house means that you see the lake from wherever you choose to settle in this cozy house. Bring your own food, because a comprehensive grocery store is some miles away, but the full-sized kitchen has a very good collection of cooking and dining ware. Lots of stairs, so it wouldn't be a good choice for someone with mobility issues. The bed is extremely comfortable, which certainly isn't the case for many rentals! The new dock is a great place to sit, there's a good collection of kayaks available, and the lake is clean and beautiful. Oh, and the local caretaker is lovely. This is a lovely romantic spot, and it also would be a wonderful writer's retreat."
    Guest: Karen Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 31, 2014
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  • Nice condo with screened in porch, big tvs, and lots to offer

    "We really enjoyed this cute condo in Stowe, which was nicely remodeled (much cuter than the other condos at this resort). Owner Leslie was very attentive and answered all my questions very timely. The kitchen and bedrooms were quite small but the super comfy beds and linens, 3D tv in LR, flat screen in master, lots of movies, WiFi, and the big screened in porch made up for it. Having the washer and dryer in the condo was great for midweek laundry. My parents were with us, and this particular condo had only 5 steps from the parking lot. Some of the others had many, MANY more steps up or down. This resort had lots to offer (indoor pool, game room, sauna, jacuzzi, free movie rentals, extra kitchen equipment, tennis courts, basketball court, playground, midweek towel exchange) and was in a convenient location half way between the mountain and town, off Mountain Road. Our family hiked to 3 of the area waterfalls, Bingham Falls was the favorite because of the huge (freezing cold) water hole at the base of the falls for swimming and jumping off rocks. We went to the Chin, once by auto toll road and Long Trail, but husband and son hiked Hell Brook Trail up and Long Trail down on the north end of the mountain (be sure to buy a hiking map at one of the bike shops). The shops in town were fun, but not very many. Our fav was the Mercantile with all the samples. So much to do, so little time- we didn't put a dent in the list. Very fun area for summer vaca. Could have easily spent more than a week here. Oh and the CHEESE- we totally overdosed on cheese samples at Cabot Annex."
    Guest: diana Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 14, 2014
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  • Perfect Vermont Getaway

    "We traveled up to the Northeast Kingdom for Thanksgiving and filled the house for the long weekend and enjoyed everything so very much. It is a spectacular place. I had not been there in 20-some years but remember it as a bit of paradise---and am happy to report it’s still one of the great pristine places in America. The Barn building itself is amazing, with soaring oak-hewn beams everywhere, and the acres of private grounds of fields and deep, quiet forests offer total privacy. Every day was filled with great things to do— from a 10K charity race the whole town turns out for, to group game times (Charades! Ping Pong challenges! Scrabble wars! Poetry reading competition!) and restful reading hours set around the majestic fireplaces in the Great Room and the huge kitchen. Let’s not forget the delicious cocktails and h’or d’oeuvres nightly, as well as cross country–skiing around the lake (yup, it snowed this year, nice white powder) and some lively games of pond hockey warmed by the fire-pit and steaming cocoa and marshmallows for the kids and hot toddys for the older generation. The kids were in heaven having fun. There was barbequing on the lookout patio, communal meal preparation in the gourmet kitchen, and truly wonderful meals served regally at the 20-person dining table. We went on long walks daily, too. The place was very clean, well-equipped, filled with very cool antiques (a 16-foot bellows, and antique sleigh, and massive wood and metal weigh scale as coffee table), and interesting to explore. Did I mention that the mattresses were the best we've ever slept on? All the beds have nice big duvets on them, very cozy. Baths are gleaming white and towels are whiter yet. The owners were warm and helpful and quick to answer all our questions in detail. We will definitely be back, and certainly recommend it most highly to anyone looking for the perfect Vermont getaway."
    Guest: Masood Date of Stay: November 2013 Review Submitted: January 22, 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.

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