I needed a place to rest for a couple of days after an intense week of work at a convention. This was a nice place to get some rest and sight see the fall leaves. I arrived at 12:30am on a Thursday, and I was told the key would be on the desk. I went in and had to use my phone light to find it, but then again I was extremely tired. The staff doesn't stay there overnight-I think they are there from 7am-9pm. If I had stayed longer, I would definitely have needed to rent a car since taxis are at least $60/each way to Burlington. I think I was the only guest there when I arrived, and I saw one other person the next day, and by Friday, several people seem to have checked in. I counted three cats, and one was just adorable, always purring and wanted to be petted. I was told there was a hot tub onsite, but didn't check that out. I was most excited for the vegan café onsite which had smoothies, salads and even a delicious flatbread pizza! My favorite thing was the fire stove in the room. I just loved sitting in my room in front of the fire stove with a cup of chai. The place seemed to be like a hippie hangout from the 60s, but I was cool with that. Angel tarot cards, crystals, and status of the Buddha everywhere. I spent my time resting and hiking in the woods, which are not beginner trails by any means and are not marked so I suggest going with someone unless you are very experienced. All in all, I had a pleasant time and even got a private yoga class.
Traveller from Chicago, United States of America
Set amidst the mountains, this ski-in/ski-out lodge in Bolton Valley is within 12 mi (20 km) of Bolton Valley Ski Area and …More