The Mountain Top Inn & Resort is the perfect location to host a Vermont destination wedding, with the lake and Green Mountains as your back drop, the custom menu planning to meet each couple's personal tastes and the array of activities for friends and family.
This Magnuson Hotels affiliate is located near Killington Ski Area, Killington Golf Course, Kent Pond, Coolidge State Park, Vermont State Fairgrounds, Spartan Arena, Dartmouth College, Bromley Mountain Ski Resort and the Norman Rockwell Museum.
Located in southern Vermont less than three hours from Boston and four from New York City, Stratton means a big mountain resort experience that's close to home. Stratton offers skiing and snowboarding, a variety of lodging options, slopeside Village.
Ideally located on 40 acres at the edge of Stowe Village. Family owned and operated by 2 generations of "Vermont Innkeepers of the Year." Indoor and outdoor pools, fitness center and spa, family programs, hiking trails, fishing ponds.
89 tastefully appointed guest rooms including 18 two room suites. Complimentary hot breakfast with scrambled eggs, bacon or sausage and fresh waffles with Vermont maple syrup and much more to start your day! Complimentary wi-fi throughout. Each room is equipped with microwave, refrigerator, Kuerig coffee maker, hair ...
20 Room and suite luxury hotel located in downtown Manchester Village. Newly renovated accommodations, marble en-suite baths, luxurious linens and robes, complimentary breakfast, parking and wi-fi. Gourmet dining experience in Southern Vermont's top-rated restaurant.
Econo Lodge is located in Vermont's capital - Montpelier. Convenient, clean and newly remodeled and updated rooms await your arrival.Free HOT ALL YOU CAN EAT breakfast,free WiFi,42" flat screen TV in King rooms.Friendly and courteous staff.
Vermont wedding hotels, inns and bed and breakfasts
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