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  • Top 5 reasons why Booking Direct is the best choice

    April 23rd, 2019 by Peter MacLaren

    While most of our guests book directly on our website or by calling us, some others book – often accidentally – on sites like Booking . com, Expedia, Hotels . com, Orbitz etc. While these OTAs (Online Travel Agencies) serve a purpose for those who do not have a specific destination in mind and are … read full article

    Scrumptious Gluten-Free Cornbread

    April 19th, 2019 by srsm

    Stirring it up: Scrumptious Gluten-Free Cornbread. Love cornbread and need to eat gluten free?  This cornbread recipe is easy and made with ingredients you probably have in your kitchen right now. The recipe can be halved and still produce an excellent result. Enjoyed by our guests. It’s keeper! Makes: one 9 x 9 inch pan (25cm … read full article

    The Seasons of Vermont: What to Do When

    April 8th, 2019 by Kim Dixon

    With the changing seasons in Vermont, it can often feel like an entirely different state. The views transform from icy, greyscale paintings to explosions of warm color to rich, lush green forests. The seasons are as unique in sights as they are in activities, with skiing, apple picking, hiking, shopping, sugaring, camping, all trading off with … read full article

    Maple Syrup: Spring in Vermont

    March 12th, 2019 by Kim Dixon

    Spring in Vermont is different than that of many other states. Sure, we see budding green trees and daffodils poking up to say hello, but that snow is still here and has a multitude of parts to play in this season. Spring skiing  (same fun – slightly warmer temperatures) is only part of spring in … read full article

    5 Tips for a Successful Company Retreat

    February 24th, 2019 by Kim Dixon

    Company retreats are a vital tool to create strong working relationships, refresh your team members, and maintain a healthy and happy group of individuals. However, those three things are not always prioritized in our fast-paced society. We understand the pressure to work as hard as possible as fast as possible as often as possible, but … read full article

    Wildlife Corridors Allow for Safe Routes for Animals

    February 21st, 2019 by srsm

    Wildlife corridors allow for safe routes for animals, plants and fish. They are a link of wildlife habitat, generally native vegetation, which joins two or more areas of similar wildlife habitat. Vermont’s wildlife requires food, water, shelter and mates to survive and reproduce. Different species travel different distances to meet these basic needs. As they move from one large … read full article

    Sandbakkels are a Norwegian Sugar Cookie Treat- Get Baking!

    January 8th, 2019 by srsm

    Stirring it up: Sandbakkels are a Norwegian sugar cookie treat which is enjoyed throughout the Scandinavian countries, especially at Christmas. But seriously, who wouldn’t want a sugar cookie at any time of the year! A friend of mine has strong Norwegian roots and when I showed him the photo of my Sandbakkels he exclaimed, “I … read full article

    Winter Activities: More Than Just Skiing

    January 8th, 2019 by Kim Dixon

    So you’re planning a trip to Vermont. I think we can all agree that Vermont’s Mad River Valley is an excellent place for winter sports enthusiasts of all kinds. Skiing and snowboarding in particular, at least that’s what I’ve heard. I’m no skier, but luckily winter fun in Vermont is boundless. Say you find yourself … read full article

    Want Outstanding Craft Beer? Come Visit Vermont!

    December 10th, 2018 by srsm

    Want outstanding craft beer? Come visit Vermont! Vermont has outstanding craft beer and brewers as well as creative people undertaking diverse, creative activities. Jewelers, musicians, wood workers, potters, farmers, glassblowers, writers, fashion designers, the list goes on. The website for the Secretary of State for Vermont provides some interesting background on the production of alcohol … read full article

    What to Do | Fall in Vermont

    October 1st, 2018 by Kim Dixon

    Welcome to Fall in Vermont! Home of legendary landscapes and timeless traditions, don’t waste any time getting yourselves here to witness the transformation. Plus, with the holiday season approaching it’s never too early to start picking up goodies for your friends and family. All the local Farmers Markets are open for just a little bit … read full article