Vermont Offers Romantic Weekends in Blissful Splendor

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Romantic getaways in Vermont

Is your idea of a romantic getaway filled with walks in dense, exotic forests; along running rivers; or adjacent to beautiful, inspiring waterfalls, then Vermont is for you.

Choose from a huge variety of getaway styles, from affordable bed and breakfasts to luxurious stays in five star hotels. Whichever you choose and anything in between the following suggestions all offer unique accommodations, great service, and large selection of things to do to keep you busy.

Vermont’s Mad River Valley boasts and outstanding accommodation: Round Barn Inn. The facility is surrounded by meadows and ponds, and has its very own organic garden. Each room is different, but all have magnificent views of the trees, gardens, meadows and mountains. For some extra romance ask for a gas fireplace and a Jacuzzi. When you wake up you can look forward to a pampered breakfast of Vermont-roasted coffee, fresh-squeezed orange juice, fresh fruit and some wonderful main courses.

Looking for luxury? Consider Twin Farms in Barnard. The resort has everything you could want for a romantic weekend filled with pampering care and exciting adventure. There is a spa, gourmet restaurant and wonderful works of art displayed throughout the facility. Accommodations vary from luxury cottages to suites, and guest rooms. Room rates include breakfast lunch and dinner; evening cocktails, afternoon tea, bonfires and s’mores, the spa, and other luxury amenities. You can even ask to have a customized lunch delivered to any romantic location of your choosing.

Rabbit Hill Inn offers romantic getaways in Northern Vermont. Each room is uniquely decorated. Some rooms have private entrances, double spa tub, canopy bed, porch and fireplace. Breakfast and dinner are available in the dining room, offering American cuisine using locally sourced ingredients. The facility also has in-room massage services, gorgeous country gardens, and a pond which can be used for swimming. There are acres of wooded walking trails, and stargazing is a popular activity.