by Kristin Franks
Tucked in the hills of Vermont, this resort offers the perfect New England family vacation. Situated in a country village like setting, each of the 24 rooms and suites boast spectacular views and spacious accommodations. One-, two- and three-bedrooms suites include private bedrooms, spacious living and dining areas and a kitchenette.
A variety of activities are available for all ages ranging from ice skating and skiing to hiking, biking, kayaking, fishing and much more! Families can venture out to other nearby attractions, including the Old Stone House Museum, the Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium and the Hardscrabble Sled Dog Tours.
Our Editor Loves
- Country village like setting
- Variety of seasonal activities for all
- Spacious guest rooms and suites
We return again and again, and why not.
A lovely experience awaits—not, however, if you want to stretch out in your room watching TV.
Our room (The Schoolhouse) didn’t even have a TV! Loved it. By many standards the facility is modest...until you look out your window at the rolling and uncluttered Vermont hills begging for your attention, or until you stroll down the maple canopied Darling Hill Road, or rejoiced in a lovely restaurant or enjoyed a gracious and tasteful breakfast.
Everything about this place spells relax and rejoice. And we did. And will, we trust, again.
by Jake S
Three of us stayed in a two room suite for a mtn biking weekend. Great location for access to trails with bike and coffee shop nearby and great views from various areas on the property. They had tasty breakfasts and great burgers and drinks at the small bar (didn't eat at Junipers, bar has more casual bar fare and is right next to junipers). The rooms seem to be more on the farm house rustic style but we knew that going on and beds were comfortable and room was clean. Landscaping is very nice and they have a pool that is in a great spot, but it is not really maintained at all (green slime on bottom, etc.) so know that if you have kids or were planning on a dip after riding.