Vermont hotels are cozy and quaint and will provide a delightful place to retreat to when you stay in this unique state. There is quite a bit of action awaiting tourists in this small state. There are several great places to hike, both long hikes for the experienced back country adventurer and then some shorter ones for beginners. Another fun day time excursion is a river ride down one of Vermont's rivers or even a bike ride along the river. As the snow melts and runs down to the river the water becomes swollen and begins to rush with fullness.
Vermont in winter is a skier's delight. With affordable hotels near several areas to down hill ski, cross country ski, snow mobile or even go snowshoeing there are a lot of options to keep you busy. When you get back to your Vermont hotel room you can rest and the head down to the lodge to enjoy a peaceful dinner by the fire.
Vermont has 52 state parks and they range from a remote island to deep wilderness woods and there is sure to be one near one of the Vermont hotels. Day trips are a big deal in Vermont. Scenic by ways are located all across the state and a favorite of many is the one along the Connecticut River. The routes will take you through some historic towns as along the Green Mountains. Be prepared to have encounters with Vermont's wildlife as you travel, including moose and the gray fox. As you travel through the state of Vermont you will discover that there are some unique antique shops and you will want to stop and take time to go through and search for some special treasures.
While enjoying your stay in any of the hotels in Vermont guests with children will want to make time to visit a working Vermont farm. In Taftsville you can stop at Shepherd's Hill Farm and learn about Vermont's food production. Rather than just reading a menu, guests can see just how food gets from pasture to plate. What a great way to really "appreciate" dinner.
Whether you stay in Vermont hotels in winter, spring, summer or fall you will find much to discover in Vermont. From swimming holes, Ben and Jerry's ice cream, Vermont maple syrup or a horse drawn sleigh ride through the woods; you will have an experience of a life time when you visit Vermont hotels.