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Bed and breakfast for 2 people in Dover (VT), with jacuzzi and garden, with pets
4.5
286 reviews
Dover (VT), Mount Snow
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$104per night
Bed and breakfast for 8 people in Grafton, with sauna and garden
4.2
16 reviews
Grafton, Vermont
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$447per night
Apartmenthotel for 3 people in Killington, with jacuzzi and sauna as well as garden
4.5
277 reviews
Killington, Vermont
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$134per night
Bed and breakfast for 2 people in Jay Peak, with jacuzzi and garden
4.9
30 reviews
Jay Peak, Vermont
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$158per night
Bed and breakfast for 2 people in South Hero, with garden
2 pers.
4.7
5 reviews
South Hero, Lake Champlain
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$297per night
Bed and breakfast for 2 people in Cavendish, with garden
4.7
24 reviews
Cavendish, Okemo Mountain
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$126per night
Bed and breakfast for 2 people in Vermont, with terrace
4.8
98 reviews
Vermont
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$120per night
Bed and breakfast for 2 people in Addison County, with garden
4.9
48 reviews
Vermont
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$134per night
Pension for 4 people in South Hero
4 pers., 1 bedrooms
5.0
7 reviews
South Hero, Lake Champlain
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$152per night
Bed and breakfast for 2 people in Woodstock (VT), with garden
4.4
35 reviews
Woodstock (VT), Vermont
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$174per night
Hotel for 4 people in Stowe, with jacuzzi and pool as well as garden
4.9
11 reviews
Stowe, Stowe Mountain
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$305per night
Bed and breakfast for 2 people in Lake Champlain, with garden
4.7
24 reviews
Lake Champlain, Vermont
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$157per night
Bed and breakfast for 2 people in Brattleboro, with terrace
2 pers.
4.9
17 reviews
Brattleboro, Vermont
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$98per night
Bed and breakfast for 2 people in Bennington County, with garden, with pets
4.6
41 reviews
Vermont
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$164per night
Pension for 5 people in Newport (VT), with garden
5 pers., 3 bedrooms
4.9
6 reviews
Newport (VT), Vermont
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$170per night
Bed and breakfast for 2 people in Middlebury, with sauna and garden, with pets
4.8
75 reviews
Middlebury, Vermont
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$144per night
Bed and breakfast for 1 people in Stratton Mountain, with pets
4.7
159 reviews
Stratton Mountain, Vermont
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$89per night
Guesthouse for 5 people in Orange County (VT), with balcony/terrace
5 pers., 3 bedrooms
Vermont
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$147per night
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Highlights in Vermont

  • Skiing at Beautiful Resorts like Stowe
  • Visiting the Ben and Jerry's Factory
  • Cruises on Lake Champlain
  • Hiking in the Green Mountains
  • Music Festivals in Burlington
  • Animal and Science Exhibits at Montshire

Most popular in Vermont

Internet 3,110
Pet allowed 996
Balcony/Terrace 2,632
TV 3,062
Garden 1,466
Parking 2,945
Washing machine 2,735
Jacuzzi 1,019
Heating 2,810

Vacation Rentals in Vermont, USA

Find the Perfect Ski Cabin in Upstate Vermont

If you want to find a ski chalet within easy reach of the Eastern Seaboard, Vermont is the place to head. At resorts like Smugglers' Notch or Sugarbush, you'll find a host of spacious properties with cosy living spaces, roaring open fires, barbecue terraces, hot tubs, and all of the room to sleep families and friends could need.

Fish, Hike or Hunt by Choosing a Vacation Rental in Vermont

On the other hand, you might want to find a cottage for a warm weather break near Vermont's lake resorts like Bomoseen or Bromley Mountain. You'll find traditional timber framed vacation homes with large kitchens, sprawling yards, proximity to the lakes, and parking space for multiple vehicles – as well as amenities like games rooms and basement bars.

Holiday in Vermont

Orientation

An Eastern Seaboard Recreation Hub

Situated in New England, just north of Boston and west of New Hampshire, Vermont offers something for everyone, from beautiful forests to fishing lakes, water sports centers, ski resorts, and charming small cities with vibrant cultural scenes.

Picking the Right Part of Vermont for Your Visit

Vermont isn't huge, but it has a diverse range of destinations. For urban breaks, cities like Burlington are ideal, while Lake Champlain hosts a string of lake resorts. To the south Green Mountain is home to some of the best ski and hiking areas – so find the ideal venue for your Vermont vacation.

How to Get to a Vacation Rental in Vermont

The only major airport in Vermont is Burlington, which has connections to cities like New York and Philadelphia. Other than flying, you can take I-89 from the Eastern coast or I-91 from the south, and Greyhound buses weave their way to cities like Burlington as well.

Activities in Vermont

A Fine Skiing Destination

Alpine sports dominate Vermont's recreational life in the winter months, and there are around 50 excellent family-oriented resorts to visit, offering a blend of expert and novice slopes.

Great Hiking Country

Vermont is covered in hills, forests, and lakes, and its National Forests and State Parks are wonderful places to get outdoors for some serious trekking in the fresh air.

A Fine Place for Foodies to Head

Vermont is known for its fresh produce and sweet treats – most famously at the original Ben and Jerry's factory in Waterbury. From wholesome pies and meat dishes to decadent desserts, everyone can feast during a visit to the Green Mountain State.

Between 1777 and 1791, Vermont was its very own country called the “Vermont Republic”, with a separate currency and post office.

Top 5 Things to Do in Vermont

1. Pay a Visit to Lake Champlain

Extending for 120 miles, Lake Champlain is paradise for water sports and fishing fans. Lake cruises are a highlight, there are some world class birdwatching spots, and historical sites like the Revolutionary War fort at Mount Independence.

2. Ski and See the Sights at Stowe

A gorgeous village in upstate Vermont, Stowe hosts a fascinating Skiing Museum, historic churches and homes, as well as one of the best family ski resorts around. In the fall, it's also an achingly gorgeous spectacle as the trees turn to rust.

3. Visit the Ben and Jerry's Factory

Quite possibly the world's most famous ice cream manufacturer, Ben and Jerry's started up in Vermont in the 1970s. If you have a sweet tooth, touring the Waterbury factory is essential – and don't miss the “flavor of the day”.

4. Make a Foodie Trip to Brattleboro

The state's farmers' markets are its pride and joy, and none are as vibrant as the one at Brattleboro. Self-caterers can stock up on produce, but everyone can savor the huge range of gourmet treats available here.

5. Visit the Montshire Museum of Science

Vermont has some fine museums, but the Montshire is probably the best. Its hands-on exhibits are great fun (and educational) for kids, as are the range of live animals, and the miles of hiking paths beside the Connecticut River.

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Choose the Ideal Season for Your Trip to Vermont

When choosing cottages or cabins in Vermont, timing really matters. If you're keen to sample the state's ski slopes, expect the season to stretch from early December through to March (or even early April in some cases). Hiking is at its best in late summer and the early fall, when the leaves are at their most dazzling. Water sports and general relaxation fans can enjoy temperatures in the 70s and 80s on most days in July and August.

Events You Won't Want to Miss

Vermont has a thriving cultural calendar. From Chamber Music Festivals in Green Mountain and Burlington in July and August, to the Burlington Jazz Festival in May and June, and the statewide Mozart Festival (mainly in July), music is well covered. But there are foodie events too, like the Cheesemakers Festival, held in Shelburne every July.