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Hotel Vermont
41 Cherry Street
BurlingtonVT 05401
(802) 651-0080

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Vermonters are known for being independent, together. And like Vermont, Hotel Vermont is full of compatible contradictions. Located in downtown Burlington near the shores of Lake Champlain, they're rustic and modern, local and global, natural and sophisticated, hand wrought and high tech. They give you space to yourself and room to gather. And they're here to help you explore like a local, relax like it’s your job, and soak in every ... more»
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Stowe Mountain Lodge
7416 Mountain Road
StoweVT 05672
(802) 253-3560

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Stowe Mountain Lodgeis the centerpiece of Spruce Peak at Stowe, a $400 million alpine community that has been in planning and development stages for the past 16 years.  As part of this new community, owners and guests of Stowe Mountain Lodge will enjoy world-class service, 312 guest rooms, a 21,000-square-foot spa and wellness center, ski-in/ski-out access to over 100 legendary trails, exclusive access to Stowe Mountain Club, an 18-h...

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Chuck-lin Sugarworks
572 Williams Hill Road
RichmondVT 05477
(802) 434-4882

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CLOSED FOR THE 2015 SEASON - They are not tapping the trees this year. 

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Traditional post and beam sugarhouse well back in the woods. Accessed by horse drawn wagon with wood fired arch. Samples of syrup and retail sales.

From Richmond, follow Huntington Road toward Huntington for 2/4 of a mile. Turn right onto Hillview Road, and continue for 3/4 of a mile. Williams Hill will be on your right, and the surga...

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Paines Christmas Trees
4904 Laporte Road
MorrisvilleVT
(802) 888-5632

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For over 40 years, Paine's Christmas Trees has been operating on the family homestead located in central Vermont (about 4 miles north of Stowe village). Their trees are primarily Fraser fir along with a limited selection of Balsam fir.

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You may visit the tree farm any time of the year. Most people start tagging their Christmas trees in August and continue through fall and Thanksgiving. When arriving at the tree farm, they ask th... more»
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