Vermont Holiday Packages

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Hilton Garden Inn Burlington Downtown
Hilton Garden Inn Burlington Downtown
3 out of 5
101 Main Street, Burlington, VT
The price is £92 per night from 5 Jan to 5 Jan
Situated near the airport, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Church Street Marketplace, and Lake Champlain. ...
4.3/5 Excellent! (756 reviews)
"Great time, very friendly staff, all around! Best valet guys in town! Thank you!"

Reviewed on 27 Nov 2021

Hilton Garden Inn Burlington Downtown
Hilton Burlington Lake Champlain
Hilton Burlington Lake Champlain
3.5 out of 5
60 Battery St, Burlington, VT
The price is £125 per night from 19 Dec to 19 Dec
Located in the heart of Burlington, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Lake Champlain, Waterfront Park and Lake Champlain Ferry. Church Street Marketplace ...
3.9/5 Very Good! (1,114 reviews)
"Perfect location to experience the sights, sounds, and tastes of Burlington! Even with a reduced staff they did their best to make our stay pleasant"

Reviewed on 28 Nov 2021

Hilton Burlington Lake Champlain
The Lodge at Spruce Peak, a Destination by Hyatt Residence
The Lodge at Spruce Peak, a Destination by Hyatt Residence
4.5 out of 5
7412 Mountain Road, Stowe, VT
The price is £316 per night from 6 Dec to 6 Dec
Located in the mountains, this Stowe resort offers ski-in/ski-out access, and is within a 5-minute walk of Stowe Mountain Resort, Spruce Peak Performing Arts ...
4.5/5 Wonderful! (991 reviews)
"We absolutely loved this hotel. When we had issues management did everything they could to assist and help. From Lawrence at the reception, to Naomi at Solstice restaurant, to the bell person and Jenny at the spa, staff was just amazing. Staff was very friendly and welcoming. Property is simply amazing ..."

Reviewed on 8 Nov 2021

The Lodge at Spruce Peak, a Destination by Hyatt Residence
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Vermont Holiday Packages

The small state of Vermont is known for its patriot sons in the U.S. Revolutionary War and its current position as a major east coast ski and outdoor destination.

Vermont’s Green Mountains provide unlimited woodland recreation opportunities, while its border along Lake Champlain has numerous parks and water recreation areas. Monuments across the state commemorate the patriotic roles of its citizens.

Burlington is Vermont’s largest town. Go to the pedestrianized area, Church Street Marketplace, for over 100 restaurants and shops. Look for the large mural, Everyone Loves a Parade, showing over 100 people important in the town’s 400-year history. Ben and Jerry, of the famous ice cream shops, started their ice cream industry here in 1978. They feature prominently in the mural alongside Vermont singer Grace Potter and local politicians.

Burlington lies on Lake Champlain, a 125-mile-long (201-kilometre) body of fresh water separating Vermont and New York. Walk or bike along the paths next to the lake. Rent a boat to sail or waterskii or have a picnic, swim and sunbathe on the shore. Look for the legendary Lake Champlain monster, first reported over 400 years ago. After visiting wineries bordering the lake, you might believe you see this mythical creature.

The four islands in Lake Champlain were given to Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain Boys, patriots who served the new nation during the American Revolutionary War.

Vermont has nearly 50 alpine and cross-country ski resorts, making the state a top ski destination in the eastern U.S. Try Killington for extensive terrain and great nightlife or Mad River Glen for a more laidback atmosphere. Snowmobile, skate and dog-sled when you tyre of skiing. In spring, try pond skimming over the melting snow at the base of ski hills. At other times in the Green Mountains, hike, bike, camp, fish and enjoy fall foliage.

Visit Vermont in spring to participate in maple syrup production. Watch farmers tap trees and collect sap, then boil it to make the deliciously sweet amber syrup. If you can’t attend the sugaring, buy plenty of authentic Vermont maple syrup to take home as gifts.