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Highlights in Vermont
- Stunning Killington Mountain Resort & Ski Area
- Sensational Stowe Mountain Resort
- Fascinating Mount Snow
- Enchanting Montshire Museum of Science
- Attractive Fleming Museum of Art
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Cabins in Vermont
The vacations are approaching and you haven't yet located the perfect vacation destination to make the most of your days off? In the northeast of the great country of the USA lies the famed state of Vermont, unforgettable for its vast forests and wonderful natural wealth, the ideal place to admire the beautiful landscapes and take a stroll along its beautiful 19th century bridges. Find cozy accommodation on Holidu, where you can step out into the garden to read a treasured book or even watch skiing demonstrations in the mountains. Vacation locations tailored to your budget and size provide you with quality services that allow you to forget your worries and just relax and enjoy your stay.Cabins carved from wood with spacious gardens and a comfortable, cool atmosphere
These are the ideal homes for families, friends and couples looking for a 1 to 4 bedroom vacation accommodation. Centrally located in the heart of Vermont, overlooking Lake George. You have the freedom to include your pets on your trip, as our cabins are often pet-friendly. After a walk, clear your mind and body in our swimming pools, saunas and hot tubs, three options that will free you from bad energy. Our lodges offer cozy rooms, internet connection, television service, air conditioning, washing machine and parking.
Travelers and activities
The main feature of the state of Vermont is its many ski slopes, and the Middlebury College Snow Bowl is a skiing and learning area that is among the oldest in the state. It has been the home of intercollegiate competitions since 1930. In 2006, it was declared the first carbon-neutral ski area in the United States. The area has 3 lifts and 17 trails that allow access to over 110 acres. Some areas you can visit for skiing include: Suicide Six, Mad River Glen Cooperative, Bromley Mountain, among others.Vermont for hiking lovers
The state of Vermont is a box of surprises and a must-see place to visit. Kingsland Bay State Park is a great place for the whole family, with picnic areas and tours of the park's historic buildings. Activities include swimming, fishing, kayaking, boating, winter sports, hiking the 264 acres, biking and wildlife viewing. Located on the shores of Lake Champlain, it has become the perfect venue for local weddings and events. Within the location you can rent the banquet hall, theater building and Hawley House.
Did you know that Vermont is known as the most rural state in the USA? Because most of its population lives in small communities of 2,500 inhabitants.
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It is ranked as the largest ski area in the USA and in the 2013 - 2014 ski season was named the "Beast from the East". It is known for having the largest vertical drop, 930 meters, in all of New England. Killington has 155 trails, 21 lifts and 1509 acres for visitors to enjoy. During the summer, the area has 45 miles of mountain biking and hiking, roller coasters, zip lines and an 18-hole golf course.2. Practice at the sensational Stowe Mountain Resort
One of the most popular ski resorts in the state and New England, it's made up of two mountains, Mount Mansfield and Spruce Peak, which are connected by a gondola. Vermont alpine skiing was born between the mountains at this renowned location. The resort has a lift service of 719 meters, 116 trails, 485 acres, 12 lifts and an average annual snowfall of 314". According to National Geographic, Vermont is one of the best places to ski in the world.3. Meet the fascinating Mount Snow
A ski area located in the Green Mountains, near the metropolitan cities of the northeast. Mount Snow hosted the 2000 and 2001 X Games. The resort has 7 snowboard parks under the umbrella of Carinthia Parks. During the summer, you can go mountain biking, golfing, hiking and chairlift riding.4. Tour the charming Montshire Museum of Science
It was founded in 1974 and is named after an acronym for Vermont and New Hampshire. It is a museum with one building and several nature trails on more than 100 acres. It offers about 150 exhibits related to ecology, physical and natural sciences and technology. Not only that, but it also has several live animal exhibits: a colony of leaf-cutter ants, an open-air bee hive, and aquariums living in local waters. Outside the building is a 3-acre science park and some exhibits on light, water, sound and movement. Among the sound exhibits are "whispering plates" and a musical fence by Paul Matisse. Every year the museum builds an annual igloo.5. Take a stroll through the attractive Fleming Museum of Art
It is a museum of the University of Vermont, located in Burlington, of art and anthropology. Until 2014 it was known as the Robert Hull Fleming Museum. The museum's collection consists of more than 25,000 objects from different times and places. Among its collections are African, sculptures from Central and West Africa; American, American art, 19th century landscapes, Vermont wedding dresses, early 20th century photographs and prints; Ancient art and archaeology, artefacts from the Mediterranean, the Near East and prehistoric Vermont; Oceanic, objects from Easter Island, Samoa, the Solomon Islands and the Marquesas Islands.6. Tour the Great Vermont Corn Maze
It is ranked in the Top 10 mazes in America and is the largest in New England. It has 26 acres of total fun, play areas, views of unforgettable landscapes, 100 tunnels, emergency exits, bridges, animal petting area, golf course, and more. Every year, new maze designs are created and different surprises are organised. It takes about 2 hours to solve the large maze.7. Share with the kids at the shady The Pump House Indoor Waterpark at Jay Peak
It is a water park with more than 43000 square feet. Its facilities include North America's first looping speed slide, a body slide, two tube slides, a lazy river and action river, a children's play area, an outdoor hot tub, a surf machine, a bar, a climbing wall, a snack bar and private cabanas. In summer, the retractable roof opens. It is only open on Saturday and Sunday.
FAQs: Cabins in Vermont
Which types of services are available at the cabins in Vermont?
Among the services offered by Holidu, it can be said that the cabins in Vermont offer everything that vacationers dream of! Here, the cabins generally offer a variety of facilities, the most popular being: internet (85%), balcony (67%), and barbecue (61%)...Not bad, right?
How are the cabins generally rated in Vermont?
The cabins here often get a lot of positive comments. 60% of cabins have a rating of 4.5 stars, which suggests that here, it is possible to find a cabin for your next vacation!
Are the cabins in Vermont suitable for family vacations?
According to the Holidu data, 64% of cabins in Vermont are child-friendly, it should therefore be very easy for you to find the ideal cabin for you and your children.
Are the cabins in Vermont suitable for travelers and their pets?
Of course! In Vermont, 32% of the cabins accept them, 3% even have a garden!
Do the cabins in Vermont tend to have an internet connection?
Yes! According to last year's data, 85% of cabins in Vermont offer Wi-Fi. This means that you will be able to stay connected throughout your stay!
Do the cabins in Vermont usually have a fireplace or a pool?
Of course! According to the data collected last year, a fair amount of cabins in Vermont have a fireplace. Perfect for a cozy winter vacation!
Are the cabins in Vermont suitable for trips with the whole family or rather for a vacation as a couple?
According to Holidu's 2020 data, 85% of cabins are perfect for groups of up to four guests. Approximately 75% of the cabins here are made up of at least two separate bedrooms. Vermont is the ideal destination for taking your little family on vacation!