4758 Vermont Route 100A, Plymouth Vermont, 05056 · 802.672.3223
Located at the intersection of State Highways 100 and 100A, the Salt Ash Inn is a casual and friendly place to stay, conveniently near Killington and Okemo ski areas, the President Coolidge State Historic Site, and The Long Trail Brewery.
The main building features a range of rooms tastefully decorated in the style of an earlier era, while the Carriage House offers a 1-bedroom suite with kitchen on the first floor, along with 3 additional guest rooms on the upper level capable of hosting up to 12 people. Pets are welcome in the Carriage House and in two rooms of the main building.
4771 Route 100A, Plymouth Vermont, 05056 · 802.672.1859
Located at the intersection of State Highways 100 and 100A, Good Commons is a 4,700 square foot retreat center dedicated to providing an essential resource: space. Space to create, to empower the body and soul, to heal, and to be fed are at the heart of the center’s mission.
The house is set up perfectly for big groups, with 6 double bedrooms and the large shared sleeping loft. With 5 and 1/2 baths (one with a 5-person steam shower) and two family rooms in addition to the large studio your group can truly spread out. The kitchen is enormous and makes cooking for groups a breeze. There are three ovens, two large refrigerators, a 6-burner range and a deep freeze. The hot tub on the back deck holds 6, and there is side by side parking for 12 cars.
Explore their upcoming programs, or build your own custom Vermont vacation package: tell them what you’d like to do during your stay and they will arrange it! The staff works to maintain an open, accepting, and creative “home away from home,” complete with high-quality, nutritious meals made from ingredients sourced as locally and environmentally responsible as possible.
75 Billings Road, Plymouth Vermont, 05056 · 802.672.3811
Located at the north end of Lake Amherst, on State Route 100, on 1,200 pristine acres in the heart of Vermont’s breathtaking Green Mountains, Hawk has created one of the most peaceful and unspoiled family-friendly Vermont resorts in the world. Luxurious villas and a 50-room inn offer an elegant perspective on the ancient wooded peaks and the peaceful Black River.
For those who prefer accommodations which afford the ultimate in privacy and luxury, Hawk’s secluded two-, three-, and four-bedroom Mountain Villas offer a breathtaking mountainside paradise. Expansive areas of glass frame clear vistas of unspoiled seasonal beauty. Large cantilevered decks provide dramatic views of the Green Mountains, Lake Amherst and the valley below.
In the warm weather months, there’s summer theater, outdoor concerts, and many excellent restaurants, including The River Tavern, right at Hawk, where dining under the stars will bring you closer to understanding the unique nature of our delightful little corner of the world. When the brisk chill of autumn breezes sets the mountains ablaze with brightly colored leaves, it’s the perfect time for touring either some of the most beautiful stretches of road in the country, or simply the elegant natural surroundings of Hawk’s 1200 acres. And when the snows begin to blanket the terrain, residents and guests step into their skis or snowboards and it becomes abundantly clear that Hawk is surrounded by trail-ribboned peaks – Okemo to the south, Killington to the north, and the private Bear Creek Mountain just up the street.
2 Dublin Rd, Ludlow Vermont, 05149 · 802.228.8602
Located just inside Plymouth Township, the Echo Lake Inn was built in 1840 as a Victorian summer hotel. Today it remains one of the few authentic Vermont country inns operating year round. The Inn’s rich heritage includes frequent visits by past luminaries like President Calvin Coolidge, Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, and many other historic figures, and the restaurant, featured in both Gourmet and Bon Appetit magazines, is well known for excellent food and service.
With 23 rooms, some with private Jacuzzi and Fireplace, and 7 condos, the Inn offers fine Vermont lodging plus a swimming pool, tennis, over-sized Jacuzzi, and a dock on Echo Lake with canoes and row boats. Ski packages and Golf packages at Okemo are available with hiking, biking and horseback riding all close at hand.
45 Kingdom Road, Ludlow Vermont, 05149 · 802.228.8143
Located on the Plymouth/Ludlow town line, this authentic and inviting 150-year-old Victorian estate has been thoughtfully restored by its owners and innkeepers to ensure that it retains all the charm and ambiance of a truly unique Victorian inn. If you’re seeking an authentic bed and breakfast inn experience in Vermont, look no further. Charming and romantic, the Inn’s quaint and comfortable accommodations will captivate you; from the moment you enter each of their 11 guest rooms and suites, you’ll realize what countless past guests have – that you are about to enjoy a singularly satisfying lodging experience.
The Inn at Water’s Edge offers all the comforts of a cozy Vermont inn, skillfully balanced with the best luxury appointments. Enjoy a hearty, homemade country breakfast, or feast on a sumptuous, four-course dinner that the Boston Globe and Connecticut magazine have reviewed in glowing terms; enjoy rousing conversation or a quiet fireside libation in their 150-year-old, painstakingly restored English pub; and share a late evening game of cards or billiards with friends new and old.
2610 Lynds Hill Rd, Plymouth Vermont, 05056 · 802.672.5220
A great wedding venue. Perfect for family reunions, church retreats, school groups and really, any group that needs a gathering place. Bethany Birches’ reasonable rates and unique facility make it hard to look elsewhere. And if it’s skiing you’re after, the camp is 15 minutes from Killington and Okemo ski slopes, and 20 minutes from Pico.
Set on a hilltop 100-acre plot of land, the camp offers a large pavilion, two comfortable, heated cabins, a meeting room and commercial kitchen – all with great views of surrounding mountains. While the pavilion can house hundreds of day users, year-round sleeping is limited to 40. In fair weather there is sleeping space in camping shelters for 100.
In the winter, we regularly have a couple feet of snow on the ground. The camp’s ice rink, tube run and cross country ski trails are wonderful assets. The fall offers amazingly bright colors and the summer brings lush green views.