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10 Best Places to Stay in Vermont This Fall
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Stay in quaint inns or a country estate while you enjoy the splendor of fall foliage in Vermont this year. Some offer tours and activities like horseback riding. Pair your leaf-peeping outings with an amazing accommodation and you’ll have a memorable fall vacation.
Windham Hill Inn (West Townshend)
At this rustic, yet refined retreat, you can get outdoors, dine well, disconnect from the pressures of the world, sleep blissfully and enjoy spectacular vistas when autumn arrives in southeastern Vermont.
Rabbit Hill Inn (Lower Waterford)
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If you’re looking for a cozy B&B for your fall foliage stay in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom, look no further than the romantic and relaxing Rabbit Hill Inn.
This 19-room bed and breakfast inn caters to adults looking for relaxing escapes, honeymoons, celebrations, and fun-filled vacations. You’ll find luxury accommodations with a variety of décor styles, ranging from traditional to modern. All rooms have private baths, some with double whirlpool or hydromassage tubs for two, or oversized spa showers. Most rooms and suites feature fireplaces and beautiful views of the White Mountains.
The dining room offers breakfast, afternoon sweets, and evening cocktails and dinner.
The Wildflower Inn (Lyndonville)
This charming yet kid-friendly country inn in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont offers a spectacular setting for foliage seekers and easy access to the Kingdom Trails network, which is paradise for mountain bikers.
The inn is located in a country village-like setting with multiple buildings housing the rooms and suites, all surrounded by 300 acres of Northeast Kingdom. You can even stay in a “School House Cottage.”
Wilburton Inn (Manchester)
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The hilltop has 27 individual spacious guest rooms with kitchens, living rooms and dining rooms. Two villas can be rented as individual guest rooms or as a six-bedroom home. Rates for individual guest rooms include a full country breakfast and housekeeping. The inn has dog-friendly rooms.
You’ll encounter more than vibrant leaves as you stroll the grounds. Albert Levis, M.D., who purchased the property in 1987 and continues to run it with his family, shares his eclectic sculpture collection on the inn’s grounds.
The Maple Leaf Inn (Barnard)
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This Select Registry gem of a bed & breakfast has seven guest rooms (most with working fireplaces) and a pillow library to ensure blissful sleep. Many of the rooms have wood-burning fireplaces and whirlpool tubs.
Quality Inn at Quechee Gorge
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The Mountain Top Inn & Resort (Chittenden)
Are you dreaming of horseback riding along paths lined with brilliant foliage? Then book a stay at the Mountain Top Inn near Killington in Chittenden, Vermont. Guided trail rides are offered at the property’s own Equestrian Center, even for beginners.
The Equinox Golf Resort & Spa (Manchester)
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Located in the Green Mountains, the resort has elegant accommodations, fantastic on-site dining, and a full-service spa. Relax in the resort’s 75-foot year-round heated indoor pool and enjoy the beautiful mountain views.
Mountain Meadows Lodge (Killington)
Located on Kent Lake in Killington, this historic country lodge is close to many scenic attractions in central Vermont including fall foliage gondola rides at the Killington ski area and hikes along the Appalachian Trail.
Sugar Lodge at Sugarbush (Warren)
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Ski area lodgings make great choices for fall foliage travelers. After a day of leaf peeping, you’ll love retiring to a spot beside the stone fireplace in the great room at this comfortable lodge. The Lodge offers hotel style amenities but retains the cozy ambiance of a traditional Vermont country inn.
Sugar Lodge is a classic mountain lodge less than 1/2 mile from the Sugarbush Ski Area and a Robert Trent Jones, Sr. Golf Club. Since Sugarbush is in central Vermont, you are also within an hour’s drive of five of Vermont’s top ski resorts, so you may want to return for a winter visit.