A Luxury Collection Destination, Vermont, United States
Wander the vibrant main street of a quintessential New England village lined with historic clapboard buildings, local handicrafts shops and friendly cafes. Southern Vermont’s unspoiled Green Mountains entice hikers, skiers, cyclists and all in search of a healthy back-to-nature fix.
Shop for handcrafted clothing, toys, housewares and more at this gathering of local makers. Pop by the food and spirits tents, and enjoy a local brew as you listen to live music.
More than 200 renowned dealers from across the country gather to display furniture, artwork, rugs, and housewares for this highly-curated antiques show.
Tree lightings, tractor parades, festive pub crawls, and holiday arts and crafts transforms Manchester into a storybook Christmas village for five weeks.
Southern Vermont arts organizations present a curated calendar of off-Broadway shows, outdoor concerts, gallery nights, dance performances, and live shows throughout the year.
Cover scenic Manchester on foot during the Maple Leaf half marathon, a favorite New England event that also supports the Make-A-Wish foundation.
This pungent festival of food, crafts, and live music is centered around the small but mighty garlic plant.
This country fair with carnival rides, games, horse and ox-pull events, quilt exhibits and live music has been a Vermont tradition for 220 years.
Explore the rolling landscape on two-wheels during this four-day bike tour through the countryside and historic towns of Vermont.
Tour sugar houses and stop by restaurants to sample maple-sugar recipes—maple-tinged cocktails, maple cream frosted doughnuts, wood-fired maple pizza—during this weekend celebrating Vermont’s most famous export.
Gather with car enthusiasts at this free showcase of classic and rare automobiles and flea market, now in its third decade.
Start the day right with breakfast at the Colonnade, an elegant, light-flooded dining room with farm fresh eggs, hotcakes (with Vermont maple syrup) and fresh baked muffins on offer.
This classic New England-style tavern dates backs to 1769 (Mary Todd Lincoln is said to have dined here) and, true to its roots, seasonal fare—Vermont cheese boards, venison loin, roasted duck breast—remains the focus.
Choose a single-malt scotch from the extensive list or try a wine flight paired with specialty local chocolates at this inviting bar with cozy indoor bar stools and tables, or pull up a chair around the fire-pit outside.
Request a table in front of the mid-19th-century stone hearth, and settle in over thick chops, table tipping steaks, and seasonal seafood on the hearty menu from chef Dan Black.
Outdoor lovers of all ages will find adventure in hands-on instructional schools, including the Land Rover Experience Driving School, the Green Mountain Falconry School, and the Orvis Shooting and Fly-Fishing schools.
The Equinox spa captures the natural energy of the surrounding mountains, trees, and water flowing freely from the Equinox Springs. Relax with an extensive menu of facials, massages, signature body treatments, pilates, yoga and meditation.
Two can tee off with an unlimited golf package, with greens fee and cart included, at the par-71 course just a club’s swing from your suite.
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