Castle Hill Resort and Spa Rating: 3.5 Pearls

If there’s one word that describes Vermont, it's ‘scenic’. Winding roads along rolling hills allow for wonderful vistas of tumbling streams, lovely villages and superb trails amid thick woods and state forests. But sometimes, you need to take a break from the great outdoors and soak your bones in a relaxing pool. Luckily, a few of our favorite resorts in this New England locale have great places to snag a swim. Take a dip: Castle Hill Resort and Spa offers old-world charm that is all about the details -- from the historic wood-paneled walls to the library filled with old books. There are just 10 quaint rooms here, offering antique touches like Tiffany lamps, claw foot tubs, and brick fireplaces. The heated outdoor pool with comfortable loungers is a modern perk.

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 If there’s one word that describes Vermont, it's ‘scenic’. Winding roads along rolling hills allow for wonderful vistas of tumbling streams, lovely villages and superb trails amid thick woods and state forests. But sometimes, you need to take a break from the great outdoors and soak your bones in a relaxing pool. Luckily, a few of our favorite resorts in this New England locale have great places to snag a swim. Take a dip: Castle Hill Resort and Spa offers old-world charm that is all about the details -- from the historic wood-paneled walls to the library filled with old books. There are just 10 quaint rooms here, offering antique touches like Tiffany lamps, claw foot tubs, and brick fireplaces. The heated outdoor pool with comfortable loungers is a modern perk.
If there’s one word that describes Vermont, it's ‘scenic’. Winding roads along rolling hills allow for wonderful vistas of tumbling streams, lovely villages and superb trails amid thick woods and state forests. But sometimes, you need to take a break from the great outdoors and soak your bones in a relaxing pool. Luckily, a few of our favorite resorts in this New England locale have great places to snag a swim. Take a dip: Castle Hill Resort and Spa offers old-world charm that is all about the details -- from the historic wood-paneled walls to the library filled with old books. There are just 10 quaint rooms here, offering antique touches like Tiffany lamps, claw foot tubs, and brick fireplaces. The heated outdoor pool with comfortable loungers is a modern perk. The Inn at the Round Barn Farm has a serene location with more than 245 acres of rolling green hills in every direction. It has a decidedly romantic ambiance, with rooms that have Jacuzzi tubs and/or working fireplaces. The small indoor pool, ideal for swimming laps, is a B&B rairty in Vermont. 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, including a large indoor/outdoor pool with mountain views. 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. The property also boasts three pools (two outdoor open seasonally, and this large indoor pool). 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. The outdoor heated pool features mountain views and two whirlpools.
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