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1. Islands and Farms

Vermont RegionsThis region, which comprises much of Lake Champlain, offers all types of opportunities for recreation and exploration. Most people think of the mountains when they think of the Green Mountain State, but there's so much more. Here you can swim, fish, sail, boat, watch birds or just take in the magnificent sunsets. Among the attractions are: Chazyan Reef, which you can access from the Fisk Farm on Isle La Motte.; Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge, which boasts one of the world's largest Heron populations; The Vermont Maple Festival in St. Albans; The Vermont Specialty Foods Show; The Sap Run; The Festival Parade; Islands & Farms orchards; The Applefest; and The Vermont Dairy Festival in Enosburg Falls. Each August, sample the delights of another great Applefest, in Montgomery.

2. Stowe-Smugglers' Notch
There's a great deal more than just skiing in this region. The mountains are among the most beautiful in the state and the length of the average day here became a Jeopardy answer. The answer was "Lamoille County." The correct question was, which U.S. county has the shortest day?" That's because Lamoille enjoys two mountain ranges, one dominated by Mount Mansfield to the West and the other, the Worcester range to the East. The region is great for a wide range of activities including, camping, fishing (great fly fishing), biking, hiking, boating, canoeing, kayaking, skiing of all types, great golf, tennis and on and on. Among the attractions are: Mount Mansfield; Stowe Mountain Resort; Smugglers' Notch Resort; Emily's Covered Bridge in Stowe; and Noyes House Museum in Morrisville.

Ten Acres Lodge Ten Acres Lodge
14 Barrows Road . Stowe . Vermont 05672
UK free phone: 0800.883.0551 info@tenacreslodge.com | Website

Looking for Value? Ten Acres offers packages to meet your needs and value added amenities. Looking for Convenience? Ten Acres is only 6 miles from Stowe Mountain Resort and a half mile from shopping and attractions.

Imagine an Inn with wood burning fireplaces, private cinema, sauna and pool. It’s not a dream,it’s Ten Acres Lodge.

"Ten Acres Lodge... has the feeling of a country estate...the grounds seem much more expansive because of the surrounding woods and pastures." - Bon Appetit. Recommended by both the Montreal Gazette and Sheffield Star (UK) and listed as a top weekend get away in the Boston Globe (See article here).

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Stone Hill Inn
89 Houston Farm Road . Stowe . Vermont (VT) 05672
Voice: 802.253.6282 (before 9 PM EST) | Fax: 802.253.7415 |
E-Mail: stay@stonehillinn.com | Website

Planning your honeymoon vacation, anniversary trip, or romantic getaway weekend? Stone Hill Inn, Vermont's most romantic bed and breakfast inn, is truly a place for couples who treasure their time together. Years of careful planning led to the 1998 construction of this ideal romantic getaway in a setting that is peaceful and quiet, yet near all the area has to offer.

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The Honeywood Inn, Stowe, Vermont The Honeywood Inn & Lodge
4527 Mountain Road . Stowe . Vermont 05672 Toll Free: Inn 800.821.7891 . Lodge 800.659.6289 . UK Freefone 0.800.085.7730 | E-mail: honeywd@aol.com

The Honeywood Inn offers charming country rooms (many with fireplaces), lovely gardens, and is but 4 minutes from the Mountain. Begin your day with our full country breakfast (included of course) and end it in one of our jacuzzis! Peaceful, romantic, country rooms to sink into pillows and quilts, lace curtains and comfy beds... the Honeywood is a true Vermont country inn.

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3. The Northeast Kingdom
Towns banns villages here are quaint and the region is a paradise for musicians, writers, photographers and writers. The Northeast Kingdom has been far less affected by development and in many places the woodlands and natural settings are pristine. Among the attractions are: Jeudevine Falls Gardens & Maze in Hardwick; The Great Vermont Corn Maze in Danville; Old Stone House Museum in Brownington; Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium in St. Johnsbury; and The St. Johnsbury Athenaeum, in St. Johnsbury.

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4. Lake Champlain Valley
This region is home to the lake after which it is named and the city of Burlington, Vermont's largest city. Burlington has been honored to appear in a number of "Best Of" lists for its quality of life. Everything found in most other American cities can be found here, and its home as well to The University of Vermont. Lake Champlain offers all water sport activities and the region is rich in history. Among the attractions are: Essex Outlets & Cinema; Birds of Vermont Museum; Notch Above Tours; Vermont Teddy Bear Company; Shelburne Craft School Gallery; Vermont Expos (Minor League Baseball Team); Petra Cliffs Climbing Center; The UVM (University of Vermont) Theatre, Royal Tyler Theatre; First Night Burlington, Inc.; Flynn Center for the Performing Arts; Magic Hat Brewing Co.; Lake Champlain Cruise & Charters; Champlain Mill; Church Street Marketplace; Ben & Jerry's - Factory Tour; Lake Champlain Maritime Museum at Basin Harbor; Robert Hull Fleming Museum; Vermont City Marathon; University Mall; Winds of Ireland; Burklyn Ballet Theatre; Shelburne Farms; Ethan Allen Homestead Museum & Historic Site; Sure Strike Charters; ECHO at the Leahy Center for Lake Champlain; Vermont Symphony Orchestra; True North Kayak Tours; Umiak Outdoor Outfitters; Discover Jazz Festival; Vermont Conservatory of Ballet & The Shop at VCB; Vermont Skydiving Adventures; Vermont Youth Orchestra Association; The Vermont Morgan Horse Association; The Depot Theatre; Georgia Family Fun Center; Champlain Valley Exposition; Burlington Town Center; Mazza Farmstand, Bakery & Greenhouses; Green Mountain Motorcycle Tours; Mountain View Tours; Burlington Centre for Antiques; Rokeby Museum; Redrock Elk Ranch, Inc.; Champ Charters; Shelburne Museum; Family Fun & Entertainment Center; and Adams Apple Orchard & Farm Market, Inc.

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5. Central Vermont
This region is home to Montpelier, Vermont's capital and a number of other towns and villages that typify northern New England. There are many opportunities here to engage in all types of sports, site see and shop. Among the attractions are: Rock od Ages Quarry and Craftsmen Center in Barre; The Barre Opera House; Granite Sculptures; The Vermont State House; USS Montpelier Museum; The Vermont Historical Society; Hubbard Park and Tower; Wood Art Gallery; Wrightsville Beach; Morse Farm & Sugar House; Norwich Military Museum; Spider Web Farm; Limehurst Water Slide; Roxbury Fish Hatchery; The Cabot Creamery; The Cold Hollow Cider Mill; Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream Tour in Waterbury; The Waterbury Dam Recreation Area; Camel's Hump State Park; Little River State Park; Round Barn Farm; and The Thunder Road Speedway.

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6. Mid Vermont
Middlebury is probably the best known town in this region. A typically New England town, it offers a great deal including Middlebury College. The region comprises Addison County and opportunities for sports and recreation abound as do opportunities to see truly gorgeous countryside. Among the attractions are: Chimney Point State Historic Site; DAR John Strong Mansion Museum; Frog Hollow Craft Center; Henry Sheldon Museum; Kennedy Brothers Factory Marketplace; Lake Champlain Maritime Museum; Middlebury College Center for the Arts; Middlebury College Museum of Art; Middlebury College Rikert's Ski Touring Center; Middlebury College Snow Bowl; Moosalamoo Area; Mount Independence State Historic Site Revolutionary War fort site; The New England Maple Museum; Otter Creek Brewing; Ralph Myhre Golf Course at Middlebury College; Robert Frost Interpretive Trail & Wayside Area; Rokeby Museum; UVM Morgan Horse Farm; Vergennes Opera House; and The Vermont Folklife Center.

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7. Eastern Vermont Gateway
This is farm country, among other things. It's here that you can visit farms that produce any number of crops, both plant and animal, including llamas, alpacas and even emus. But this regions also offer a wealth of classic New England town and villages. Among the attractions are: Fernwood Llama Farm in Tunbridge; Montshire Museum of Science in Queechee; New England Maple Museum in Pittsford; Billings Farm & Museum; Hardford Indoor Ice Arena on Highland Ave.; Billings Farm & Museum; Hood Museum of Art; and The Vermont Marble Exhibit.

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8. Crossroads of Vermont
Killington and Rutland dominate this region. Killington is not just a great ski area, but a golfing haven as well. In both places there's a great deal of golf; some 200 holes to be exact. But golf isn't the only thing to do. This area has ample opportunities for all kinds of sports, as well as site seeing, shopping and relaxing. Among the many attractions are: The Killington Golf Course; The Killington Resort in winter; The Killington/Pico Adventure Center; Tracks of Vermont Women's Retreats; The Carving Studio and Sculpture Center; The Norman Rockwell Museum in Rutland; The Slate Valley Museum; Wilson Castle; and The Vermont Institute of Natural Science—Vermont Raptor Center.

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9. Southern Windsor County
This region offers ample recreation opportunities with its lakes, skiing, golf, country fairs, church bazaars, concerts and craft fairs. Among the attractions are: The Precision Valley Corvette Museum; Coger's Sugar House Gardens; The Viking Nordic Center; Miller Art Center; Crowley Cheese, the oldest cheese factory in the United States; The Calvin Coolidge Memorial Foundation; Green Mountain Railroad; Chester Art Guild, Inc.; American Precision Museum; Weston Playhouse Theatre Company; Fletcher Farm School for the Arts and Crafts; and Black River Academy Musuem.

The Inn at Weston Voice: 802.824.6789 | Fax: 802.824.3073 | E-Mail: info@innweston.com

Awarded one of twelve "Romantic Hideaways" in 2002 by the Discerning Traveler, this historic 13-room country inn is located just steps from Weston's idyllic village green in Southern Vermont. With an air of relaxed elegance, the Inn offers luxurious accommodations, award-winning dining, the serene beauty and outdoor fun of the surrounding Green Mountains, and great shopping, all just 4 hours from New York City/3 from Boston/2 from Hartford. Seasonal packages available.

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10. The Green Mountains
Bennington and Manchester are the focal points of this region. There's enough to see and do here, you'll want to stay a month, especially if you like shopping. The factory outlets in Manchester are without equals. Like Lamoille County above, this region is nestled between two mountain ranges, the Green Mountains and the Taconic range. Here, too, is the Battenkill River, famous for its fly fishing. Among the attractions are: The Norman Rockwell Gallery; Apple Barn & Corn Maze; Bennington Battlefield, Hoosick, NY; Bennington Battle Monument; Bennington Center; Bennington Museum; The Everett Mansion; Hemmings Motor News Antique Car Display; Oldcastle Theatre Company; Park-McCullough Historic House; Sunset Playland; Bromley Mountain; Dorset Players; Dorset Theatre Festival; American Museum of Fly Fishing; Ballet Manchester; Dutton Farm & Maple Syrup House; Equinox Skyline Drive; Robert Todd Lincoln's Hildene; Manchester Music Festival; Orvis Fly Fishing School; Southern Vermont Art Center; Vermont Symphony Orchestra at Hunter Park; Merck Forest & Farmland Center; Magic Mountain; Stratton Mountain; and Stratton Arts Festival.


The Equinox
3567 Main Street
Manchester Village, Vermont 05254
800.362.4747 | 802.362.4700
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The Equinox is home to the renowned Gleneagles Golf Course, offers an extensive array of year-round outdoor activities and is ideally situated, close to the cultural happenings of Vermont. Among the more unusual activities are courses in falconry and the unique Off-Road Driving School.

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11. Southern Vermont

This is home to Brattleboro, voted number five among the 100 Best Small Towns in America, and Mount Snow. The region is full of art and history, as well as all sports and shopping activities. Among the attractions are: Art on the Mountain; Artist Studio-Robin Roost Farm; Brattleboro Museum & Art Center; Drury Gallery at Marlboro College; Hermitage Inn Art Gallery; The Londonderry Inn Gallery; Adams Farm; Scott Farm; Golf and Driving Range, Amusement Center; Jeremiah Beal House; The Nature Museum at Grafton; Display on Brigham Young; Townshend Lake Recreation Area; Brattleboro Historical Society; and Windham Art Gallery.

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Stratton Mountain Resort
RR 1 Box 145 Stratton . Vermont 05155
800.STRATTON | E-Mail: infostratton@intrawest.com
Stratton Mountain is a four-season mountain resort with adventure and activities for all ages. Ski, snowboard, snowshoe, shop and dine in the Village, play golf or tennis, take a scenic ride to the summit of southern Vermont's highest peak.

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Stoweflake Resort & Spa

Located in one of America's most sensational, natural paradises, the Stoweflake Mountain Resort & Spa in Stowe, Vermont offers the ultimate, year-round vacation experience. With its celebrated world-class spa, luxurious accommodations, award-winning restaurants and friendly, attentive staff, the Stoweflake is unrivaled as New England's premier spa/resort destination.

Since 1865, Mountain View has offered visitors a memorable experience. Following a $20 million restoration in 2002, the Mountain View once again welcomes guests in grand style with all the state of the art amenities that today's travelers expect from a Four-Diamond destination resort.


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