Mountain Meadows Lodge is a favorite Vermont Country Inn Bed and Breakfast in Killington known for great dining, family-friendly lodging and travel, Vermont weddings, New England wedding receptions, family reunions, business meetings and church retreats - in any season. Located on the Appalachian Trail (AT) and Kent Pond in Killington, surrounded by National Forest and State Park lands, our history-rich, environmentally-friendly, lakeside resort is tucked away in a quiet and serene corner of this small New England town. Mountain Meadows Lodge boasts a sauna, hot-tub, pool, enormous fireplace, game room and loads of other amenities. Farm animals wander the property for the kids to pet and feed and visit including Alice the pot-bellied pig, Charlie the pygmy goat, and Alex the Shetland pony. You can enjoy cross-country skiing, hiking, boating, fishing, fly fishing instruction, sledding, snow shoeing right on the property; down hill skiing only minutes away at Pico-Killington, sleigh & carriage rides, golf, snowmobiling, rock climbing, disc golf, bike touring, and mountain biking nearby, and loads of other activities.
Located on Kent Lake in Killington, surrounded by National Forest and State Park lands, and tucked away in a quiet corner of this small New England town, Mountain Meadows Lodge is a fun-and family-oriented resort. The property, with its three-story lodge and adjacent farmhouse, boasts a sauna, outdoor hot-tub, renovated bar room, rustic living room with enormous fireplace and huge picture window overlooking the lake, TV room, game room with billiards, ping-pong, and foosball. On the grounds are plenty of farm animals for the kids to visit and enjoy and a rather remarkable chainsaw carving. We have WIFI and a guest computer with internet.
Located on the third floor of the lodge and set off by themselves, Rooms 10 and 11 are often booked separately but perhaps are best booked together for a large family or small group. This section of third floor has the feel of a large loft. There is an alcove with bunk beds outside rooms 10 and 11. While each room has a separate bath, these bathrooms are across from each of the rooms. There is also room for a roll-a-way or two in the alcove. Both rooms 10 and 11 have queen beds and balcony and a spectacular view of the lake.