It's great fun to wander around the backroads of Vermont looking for hidden gems, but not everyone has the time to wander. In fact, when you really need a quite respite where you can hide away and be pampered, probably the last thing you have is extra time for "wandering".
So I thought we'd use the Vermont Woods Studios blog to occasionally share some the Green Mountain state's best secret retreats with you.
This one, The Snapdragon Inn is a grand, historic retreat located adjacent to Paradise Park (a nature reserve) in Windsor, Vermont. The inn has a 200 year history, starting as a busy stop along a stagecoach line. Happily for you New Yorkers, it's still a stop- only now it's on the Amtrak train route that runs between Washington DC and St. Albans, VT.
Snapdragon features 9 luxurious rooms, a full service spa and irresistable continental breakfasts made with local Vermont ingredients. Room prices usually start around $300/night but here's a great deal through Jetsetter for only $159/night (you'll have to sign up for a free Jetsetter account to see it).
If you do visit Snapdragon, be sure to let us know how you liked it. Post comments below or on our Facebook. Happy Travels!
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