Hotels in Central Vermont
Check into one of 20 idealized log cabins (crackling fires and a downy comforter on the hickory-twig bed; hot chocolate and handmade marshmallows) on this 300-acre retreat.
One of the most fantastic details of this historic southern Vermont property—it first opened as a stagecoach stop in 1792—is the original beehive oven in the front entryway, where partner, executive chef, and Slow Food advocate Jason Tostrup bakes bread daily.
Just north of Woodstock in southeast Vermont, Twin Farms is an all-inclusive resort set on the former estate of Sinclair Lewis and his wife, journalist Dorothy Thompson.
The 142-room hotel on the town's historic green features working fireplaces and private ski trails.
The owners of Liberty Hill Farm in central Vermont welcomes guests as part of their family.
One of only two drive-in motels in the country, the kitschy Fairlee Motel on the Connecticut River provides the unique experience of watching the year’s biggest hits (with up to 400 cars) on the big screen through the large picture windows in each room.