Vermont's Woodstock Inn & Resort Welcomes Winter Enthusiasts

Vermont's Woodstock Inn & Resort Welcomes Winter Enthusiasts
The resort’s Tubbs Snowshoes & Nordic Adventure Center provides adventurers with an additional 30 kilometers of trails surrounding the village of Woodstock to cruise through via Nordic skis, fat tire bikes or snowshoes.

The Woodstock Inn & Resort is offering four ski and stay packages for the 2016/2017 winter season:

Teach Your Honey How to Ski

What’s more romantic than sharing a hobby together? Couples are invited to ramp-up winter romance on the slopes with the Teach Your Honey How to Ski package, available now through March 18, 2017, includes:

  • Luxury accommodations for one night

  • A two hour private lesson for beginners (includes lift ticket)

  • One regular lift ticket for the second person

  • Après ski cocktail to toast a day on the slopes together

  • Package rate starts at $438 per couple



Package is based on availability. Pricing does not include applicable tax, gratuity, and the $30 per room, per night resort fee. Blackout dates and other restrictions may apply.

Tubbs Snowshoes Trek Package

Outdoor enthusiasts can swap their skis for snowshoes and trek to the rustic Mt. Tom log cabin for fireside lunch. The Tubbs Snowshoes Trek package is available from January 2 through March 31, 2017 and includes:

  • Luxury accommodations for two nights

  • A welcome gift

  • Daily hearty breakfast for two at the Red Rooster

  • Picnic lunch prepared and packed by the resort culinary team for a trek to Mt. Tom Cabin

  • Snowshoe/Nordic trail passes and rental equipment

  • For $90 a guide will lead guests on a two hour hike or snowshoe trek

  • Package rate starts at $443 per couple



Package is based on availability. Pricing does not include applicable tax, gratuity, and the $30 per room, per night resort fee. Blackout dates and other restrictions may apply.

Suicide Six Ski Package

Nestled in Vermont’s Green Mountains, Suicide Six is one of the oldest ski areas in the country. The Suicide Six Ski package is available from now through March 18, 2017 and includes:

  • Luxury accommodations for one night



  • All-day ski passes for two adults at Suicide Six Ski area

  • A hearty breakfast for two at the Red Rooster



  • Package rate starts at $314 per couple (additional people may be added for an added cost)



Package is based on availability. Pricing does not include applicable tax, gratuity, and the $30 per room, per night resort fee. Blackout dates and other restrictions may apply.

Killington Express Ski Package

Skiers looking to test their skill can head to the Skyship Express Gondola at Killington, the largest ski area in the East, just twenty minutes from the Woodstock Inn & Resort. The Killing Express Ski package is available from now through April 30, 2017 and includes:

  • Luxury accommodations for one night

  • All-day ski passes for two adults at Killington Ski area

  • A hearty breakfast for two at the Red Rooster

  • Package rate starts at $428 per couple



Ski pass is valid for one day only. Additional passes are included when guests book extra nights. Pass is valid for all dates/times, no blackouts. Pricing does not include applicable tax, gratuity, and the $30 per room, per night resort fee. Blackout dates and other restrictions may apply.

After a day spent in the crisp Vermont air, guests can curl up by the main lobby fireplace or retreat to The Spa, a 10,000 square foot facility complete with a relaxation space and nature-inspired ambiance. A choice of culinary options includes the Red Rooster, a fine dining restaurant that emphasizes fresh, local ingredients sourced from the best purveyors in New England, and the cozy Richardson’s Tavern.

Recognized as one of the “prettiest small towns in America,” Woodstock is steps away from the Woodstock Inn & Resort, where guests will find history brimming with true New England charm. For shopping and strolling, downtown Woodstock’s quaint antique shops, art galleries, boutiques, restaurants, specialty food markets and more are just outside the resort’s front door. And, also a short walk away are The Billings Farm and Museum and The Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller Mansion, Laurance and Mary Rockefeller’s home, which are part of the March-Billings-Rockefeller National Historic Park.

For more information about the Woodstock Inn & Resort, visit: http://www.woodstockinn.com/