Vermont is a state of mind
Only 279 miles from New York, Vermont boasts wide open spaces, fresh air and gorgeous views. Agricultural traditions have created open working landscapes amid spectacular backdrops of mountains and lakes. Revel in its outdoor beauty, its good food and the preservation of unique small towns like Woodstock and Weston.
Spend lazy days simply taking in the phenomenal scenery, or explore the back roads and well-maintained hiking trails in the summer, or drop into a half -pipe on your skis or snowboards in the winter. For every season, and no-matter the weather, there is always something to do.
Whatever your pleasure, you will appreciate the Woods Hollow thread-count at the end of the day.
Taste the best of local
Known for its cheeses, maple syrup and ever-popular Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, Vermont farmers pride themselves in fresh, organic produce. Whether cooking in our Chef’s kitchen or enjoying award winning restaurants where talented chefs show off their skills, lovers of the culinary arts are in for a treat.
Foodie highlights include the Burlington Farmer’s Market with over 90 stands offering Vermont’s finest produce. Degustation of whiskies, ciders, craft beers and wines should not be missed. And why not pamper yourself at the luxury Essex Resort Inn & Spa (pre-booking is a must) – an easy drive away. Do not hesitate to ask for our recommendations.
We provide guests with a welcome hamper of locally-made products, including breakfast treats to start your day and savories to complement your aperitif as you sit on the veranda enjoying a beautiful sunset over Mount Mansfield. For those special occasions, we can also arrange a gastronomic delight with a private chef to make your stay even more enchanting.
Fun for all the family
Adventure awaits. A day trip to the mountains, an unforgettable hot-air balloon ride, romantic walks along the waterfront, cruises on Lake Champlain or simply shopping on Church Street, Burlington has more to offer than meets the eye. Whether you are travelling with your loved ones or visiting with adventure in mind, you will find ample ways to relax and recharge your batteries.
Why not take the popular Sunset Ridge Trail, a three-mile moderately strenuous hike that climbs out of the trees to a rocky exposed ridge with spectacular views of the Adirondacks. At 4,393 feet, Mount Mansfield is the highest mountain in Vermont, the home of Stowe Ski resort, a feather in any serious hiker’s cap and just an hour from Burlington.
Or simply stay at Woods Hollow, reading, lounging on the lawn playing board games while enjoying the moment.
Fun for all the seasons
In Vermont, the seasons unravel at a leisurely pace. You can watch the glory days of summer slowly morph from lake vistas and maple trees to the unparalleled foliage of a New England autumn. Winter and all it’s thrills of chasing down pristine, powdery slopes, thaws into the promise of an eager spring bloom. Regardless of season, Vermont shines brightest outdoors.
Springs invite the blooms and sugar shacks. Summers translate into long days and breezy, balmy nights. Falls come alive with absolute unparalleled resplendence of stunning color. Winters bring falling snows.
Vermont never goes out of season, offering new opportunities and unique ways to enjoy the Green Mountain State. Treat yourself and welcome to Woods Hollow.