Tyler Place Family Resort Review
TripAdvisor Rating: 137 Family Reviews
175 Tyler Place Rd, Highgate Springs VT 05460
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Editor’s Review of Tyler Place Family Resort
Indeed, one of the big draws of this resort is its terrific children's program, which allows kids to take part in an incredible array of supervised group activities each day and evening, while allowing mom and dad time to reunite as a couple by enjoying their own grownup activities and share in intimate dinners each night.
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- All-inclusive rates available
- Top-notch children's program
- Kitchenettes available for families
- All Inclusive
- Water Sports
- Children's Program
- Family Room 5+
- Onsite Dining
Our Member Reviews 137 Reviews
The greatest Vacation (actual vacation) for families
Reviewed on 06/11/2013
Our favorite family vacation (and we've taken several great family trips too) was Tyler Place in upstate Vermont. I've recommended this all-inclusive family vacation to several friends and co-workers and we are planning on going ...Read full review
Forget the mouse: THIS is the happiest place on earth.
Reviewed on 07/01/2012
Everything you've read is true... and then some. This is by order of magnitude the best vacation and favorite place of ours ever. The staff - amazing. The food - amazing. The activities - amazing. The accomodations - amazing. I ha...Read full review
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RoomsFamilies have a choice of staying in a cottage or family suite. Cottages and carriage houses are scattered across the property and come in several configurations from tiny to sprawling; so, be sure to ask which best suits your family. Many cottages have fireplaces and screened porches, kitchenettes and sitting rooms, and all have private baths. Cottages are comfortable but rustic. You will see critters. If you aren't comfortable with this, consider staying in a suite in the main inn. If you have small children or are not comfortable biking or walking on a regular basis, you might want to let them know you prefer to be near the main inn. You don't necessarily need to be; you can drive, but parking near the inn is limited, especially at mealtimes.
Our two-bedroom cottage was more than adequate. We had a kitchenette with dinnerware, a small refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker. We took advantage of this by stocking up on snacks, sodas and wine at the convenience store near the entrance to the resort. You can get just about anything there, from sewing kits and Band Aids to beer and cheese.
We also had a small sitting area with a couch and fireplace, a huge treat for us. Despite it being August, evenings were cool enough to make use of them. We city folk felt like pioneers. The two bedrooms were comfortable but a little tight; the kids used the bunks in the second bedroom, and we had a crib brought to the room in case my 2-year-old took to wandering in the night.
Cribs, high chairs, diapers, sunscreen, thermometers and over-the-counter medicines are available at the front desk, but there is no nurse or doctor on-site. The nearest hospital is about 20 minutes away.
There is no room service available, and there are no televisions or phones in any accommodations. While we found no television to be a godsend, we found the lack of phone slightly annoying when we needed something from the front desk. Wi-Fi is available in the main inn, and cell phone service is generally quite good everywhere. Baby sitters are available for in-room sitting for an additional fee.