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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.
The Norwich Inn

The Norwich Inn Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The historic Norwich Inn -- where President James Monroe and Dr. Seuss have both stayed -- is a quaint, well-maintained inn with just 38 rooms. Rooms have a cozy New England feel, with floral wallpaper, Victorian antiques, and exposed brick, but they also offer modern amenities such as flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. Rooms are divided between the Main House, Ivy House, and Walker House, and vary both in size and decor. While the inn is popular with those visiting nearby Dartmouth College, it also attracts visitors for its on-site brewery, welcoming pub, and dining room.
Rabbit Hill Inn

Rabbit Hill Inn Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 19-room Rabbit Hill Inn combines the peaceful atmosphere of Northern Vermont with an elegant B&B experience. The clean, spacious rooms are more "L.L. Bean cozy" than "Manhattan chic," and each is individually decorated. Outstanding features in some of the rooms include wood-burning fireplaces and soaking tubs for two. All essential B&B elements -- antiques, comfy beds, a cat (named Reese) -- are accounted for, as well as some less common B&B perks (free Wi-Fi, and an on-site tavern with a skilled barman). This Vermont inn offers a lovely restaurant with free breakfast, personalized service, and an escape from technology -- rooms are TV-free and cell phones have limited service.

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Locations

  • Central Vermont
  • Crossroads of Vermont
  • Eastern Vermont
  • Green Mountains
  • Lake Champlain Valley
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Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
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