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Clay Brook at Sugarbush

Clay Brook at Sugarbush Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The Clay Brook is an upscale slopeside property just outside Sugarbush Village. It has 61 large units that range from studios to five-bedroom suites, all featuring full kitchens with modern appliances and washer/dryers, fireplaces, balconies, plush beds, and elegant rustic decor with wood and leather accents. Rooms are a little small, but living areas are spacious and well-equipped, and all master bedrooms have four-poster beds and jetted shower/tub combos. Property highlights include an outdoor heated pool with mountain views, a fitness center with modern cardio machines, a fine dining restaurant, and grocery delivery service.

Stowe Mountain Lodge

Stowe Mountain Lodge Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Stowe Mountain Lodge is one of the top luxury properties in Vermont, and offers rustic elegance throughout -- from the impressive lobby with floor-to-ceiling windows to the bright, contemporary rooms. This property has a lot in the way of amenities, particularly for the area: an inviting spa, big outdoor pool with mountain views, acclaimed restaurant, state-of-the-art fitness center, 18-hole golf course, and great children's program. The rooms aren't quite as luxurious as some might expect for a hotel of this category, but they're outfitted in simple, clean mountain decor and equipped with flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, and balconies; most have working fireplaces. However, extra fees, including the mandatory valet parking fee, may make some guests feel nickel-and-dimed, and room rates are pricey.

The Woodstock Inn and Resort

The Woodstock Inn and Resort Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Woodstock Inn is one of the most outstanding properties in Woodstock, with beautiful, manicured grounds, quintessential Vermont architecture, a gorgeous LEED-certified spa, wonderful fitness and wellness amenities, solid dining options, and a great location in a quiet pocket in the heart of the village. Rooms are spacious and have an understated decor in earth tones, with lots of wood and green accents, plus upscale amenities and free Wi-Fi. But not all have fireplaces, and some bathrooms are unimpressive for the price.

Amee Farm

Amee Farm Rating: 3.5 Pearls

With its warm, urban-chic vibe, Amee Farm isn't a typical B&B. Rooms look straight out of an interior design magazine, with a near-perfect combination of rustic, warm, quaint, and stylish touches. Wide-planked hardwood floors, comfortable beds with white, soft linens, and interesting antiques are found in all the rooms. Bathrooms have granite showers with rain showerheads and updated fixtures (though not all rooms have private bathrooms). There are no TVs in rooms -- only in the common area -- but Wi-Fi is free and available throughout. One perk here is an inviting wrap-around porch with Adirondack chairs for admiring the scenery. Be prepared to hunker down and eat on-site, as Pittsfield has little more than a general store to offer.

The Pointe at Castle Hill Resort

The Pointe at Castle Hill Resort Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 96 rooms in the Pointe at Castle Hill offer a picturesque home base for enjoying outdoor activities in southern Vermont. Decor here fluctuates drastically: Some rooms are charming and filled with antiques, while others are more generic. Suites are bright and offer full kitchens along with modern bathrooms, while all rooms have flat-screen TVs and Keurig coffeemakers. Families might appreciate the on-site game room, indoor pool, and pet-friendly attitude of this hotel. Free shuttle service to Okemo Mountain is convenient during the winter ski season, but some guests complain about dated furniture and far distance from airports.

Trapp Family Lodge

Trapp Family Lodge Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This 96-room lodge has become a destination unto itself, not just for its excellent amenities and impressive views, but for its rich history. The charming property is still run by the famous Trapp family, whose story was told in the movie The Sound of Music, and original memorabilia from past generations is displayed everywhere. Rooms, though large, bright and comfortable, have fairly bland cottage-style decor. But there’s a lot to do on-site -- the hotel has three restaurants, a brewery and bakery, a fitness center, and three pools (including an adults-only option).

The Vermont Inn

The Vermont Inn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Vermont Inn is a historic, family-run property in tiny Mendon, located halfway between Killington Ski Resort and Rutland. It has classic New England decor throughout and an overall cozy feel, but common spaces could use refreshing. Rooms are homey if not luxurious, and vary in size and configuration. They all have small flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, and clean bathrooms, and some have features such as four-poster beds, fireplaces, and jetted tubs. The pub offers a wonderful breakfast that is included in the nightly rate; for lunch and dinner, guests must go elsewhere. The property was featured on the Travel Channel show Hotel Impossible, during which it received an upgraded, shabby-chic look in the Bridal Suite and improved landscaping on the grounds.

The Grafton Inn

The Grafton Inn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This historic inn is a popular choice for weddings due to its picturesque location in Grafton and reputation for delicious food. The 45 rooms are spread throughout the Main Tavern and four guesthouses, all clustered in the same area. Rooms are typical for New England, with four-poster beds, lots of floral prints, and tight bathrooms. No rooms have TVs, but they do have iPod docks, and Wi-Fi is free (although some rooms have a spotty connection). Unlike similar nearby hotels, the Grafton Inn has extra features including tennis courts, a fitness center, and a pond for swimming.

TownePlace Suites by Marriott Burlington Williston

TownePlace Suites by Marriott Burlington Williston Rating: 2.0 Pearls

While the decor at this budget hotel may be on the bland side, all 95 suites feature kitchenettes, free Wi-Fi, and large flat-screen TVs. There's not much in the way of amenities -- just a tiny fitness center and a sometimes dirty indoor pool (no restaurant). But the affordable prices and proximity to downtown Burlington make the TownePlace Suites a solid option for business travelers on extended stays.

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Locations

  • Central Vermont
  • Crossroads of Vermont
  • Eastern Vermont
  • Green Mountains
  • Lake Champlain Valley
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  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Business Center
  • Cable Television
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