Best Vermont holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Vermont
Hilton Garden Inn Burlington DowntownOffering an indoor pool and a restaurant, Hilton Garden Inn Burlington Downtown is located in Burlington. At Hilton Garden Inn Burlington Downtown you will find a fitness centre. Other facilities offered at the property include laundry facilities.Book now
Killington Mountain Lodge, Tapestry Collection by HiltonThis hotel is 3 km from Killington Ski Resort. The hotel offers an indoor pool, free ski shuttle service in the winter months, massage services and an on-site restaurant.Book now
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites White River JunctionAt the junction of Interstate 91 and 89, this White River Junction, Vermont hotel features easy access to local attractions and provides completely non-smoking guestrooms with free wireless internet.Book now
Apartments in Vermont: Experience the Indian Summer!
Vermont is part of New England, located in the far northeast of the United States and has a French flair. Perhaps this is one of the reasons why holiday homes in Vermont are so popular. Charming landscapes, a pleasant climate and proximity to Canada add to the overall impression and contribute to the fact that Vermont accommodation is in high demand, especially by families and couples. So book your Vermont apartment early!
An Apartment in Vermont, the Cradle of Maple Syrup
Although Vermont is a popular year-round destination for visitors who have booked US accommodation, autumn is probably the best time to visit the state. When the days get cooler and the nights longer, the landscape blossoms in bright colors – the so-called Indian Summer provides lasting impressions. Closely connected to Vermont is the famous maple syrup, which is exported all over the world and contributes significantly to the prosperity of the state. This is based on extensive maple forests that cover almost 70% of Vermont. Capital of the state is the small town of Montpelier. There are just 8,000 inhabitants in the register. All the more impressive is the State House, built in Renaissance style, which contains one of the most beautiful Senate halls in the USA. And Montpelier has another special feature: it is the only capital of a US state without a McDonald’s restaurant – but that’s only on the side. We also recommend our Apartments in Burlington, the largest city in Vermont. Its elevated location overlooking Lake Champlain made the city the preferred destination for wealthy visitors who built magnificent vacation residences. The Emily Post Institute, which has been teaching the subtleties of social interaction since 1946, underscores the importance of social etiquette here.
Accommodation in Vermont: between clear lakes and high mountains
Lake Champlain is one of the largest lakes in the United States and lies on the border between Vermont and Québec (Canada), where we also offer Holiday Apartments in Canada. Today, almost all of the lakeside properties are privately owned, but there are some private apartments in Vermont available for visitors. Lake Champlain is surrounded by the second famous nature recreation area: the Green Mountains. The landscape is characterised by mountains densely forested with deciduous trees, of which Mount Mansfield is the highest with 1,339 metres. Also in our latitudes vacation homes in Vermont enjoy meanwhile a good reputation, therefore you should book early enough with us. Especially fresh lovers will appreciate the large selection of quiet accommodations, as they offer the highest comfort in the midst of untouched nature. The best time to travel is in September, when the densely wooded slopes of the Green Mountains shine in every imaginable colour and the Indian Summer reaches its peak. Then you can sit in front of the open windows of your Vermont apartment in the morning and refine warm pancakes with fresh maple syrup – a holiday dream come true. You also want to take a look at the surrounding states? No problem: We also have Accommodations in Massachusetts.