Recommended lodging and eats near us in the Northeast Kingdom of VT:
Rabbit Hill Inn (Couples only)
Rabbit Hill Inn has gotten together with NEK Adventures to offer their guest guided tours through some of the Northeast Kingdom’s most beautiful back roads and woodlands. You get to see it all up close and personal on an ATV. Start at NEK Adventures staging area in nearby Concord, VT, about 20 minutes from the inn.
Timberholm Inn ~ A Classic Stowe, Vermont Inn and Bed & Breakfast.
Tucked into a quiet, wooded hillside with gorgeous views of the Green Mountains, the Timberholm Inn is a classic Vermont Bed and Breakfast Country Inn with the ambience of a bygone era. Built in 1949, our nine-room country inn is recognized by the Stowe Historical Society as one of Stowe's first ski lodges. The inn remains one of the most popular year round destinations in the quintessential New England town that is Stowe.
Gail Weed, owner, grew up in Burke and the nearby town of Sutton. Their friends and neighbors get a smile on their faces when they drive by and see their pug (Mugs) riding the tractor mowing the property. He does think that tractor is his.
Hawk Rock Cabins
Our fully furnished, heated log cabins sit on more than 2,600 acres of private woodland in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom. We have over 40 miles of our own trails available for hiking, biking and winter sports. We are just nine miles north of East Burke, Vermont, home of the Burke Mountain Ski Area and the world-famous Kingdom Trails mountain bike center. Our cabins have direct access to the V.A.S.T. system
Fitch Hill Inn
Situated on a hill with views of the Green Mountains of Vermont, the Fitch Hill Inn is a farmhouse dating from the late 1700s. Originally built for the Fitch family on their 100 acre farm, the house now sits on over 3 acres in a residential community. Fitch Hill Road is a paved, dead-end street, providing a quiet location with easy access from Vermont Routes 15 and 100. A bed and breakfast featuring four guest rooms and two one-room suites, the inn provides modern amenities in an historic setting with a home-like ambiance.
Upscale B&B in a lakeside Queen Anne-style house with quaint rooms & timber cabins, plus a warm bar.
Artesano Meadery – Groton, VT
Artesano produces a variety of high quality, hand-crafted mead using only pure, raw Vermont honey and fruit. They also have a great handmade ice cream parlor in season.
Bishop’s Ice Cream Parlor – Littleton, NH
No region is more passionate about ice cream than New England; Bishop’s is one of its most highly regarded ice cream parlors. Homemade and second to none — end of story! Open May through October.
Cabot Creamery – Cabot, VT
Drive along the rolling hills of Cabot, VT to a fun factory tour. See how the “world’s best Cheddar is made.” Then taste a wide variety of delicious cheeses in the tasting room. Watch the video to learn more.
Chutters General Store – Littleton, NH
This great general store is heaven for anyone with a sweet tooth. Here you will find THE WORLD’S LONGEST CANDY COUNTER (awarded by the Guinness Book of World Records), plus a wonderful selection of unique specialty foods and gifts. Featured on the Food Network.
Cold Hollow Cider Mill – Waterbury, VT
The top producers of Fresh Apple Cider in all of New England – one of the very few that press year-round. See cider that’s still made the old fashioned way, with a rack and cloth press built in the 1920?s. Taste their legendary fudge and cider donuts, great with a big cup of fresh cider. Be sure to visit the wine tasting room featuring several Vermont wines.
Goodrich Maple Farm – Cabot, VT
This is the “real deal!” Meet the Goodrich family and learn all about the process of tapping and boiling. Taste the different grades of syrup and a variety of maple products. A true Vermont experience.
Harman’s Cheese & Country Store – Sugar Hill, NH
Originally opened as a mail order store, it’s now much more. The products they offer are both unusual and unusually good. They are one-of-a-kind items found rarely, if ever, in markets or specialty food