The main attraction of this all-inclusive Relais & Chateaux property just might be the bucolic Vermont countryside that has drawn guests for almost 30 years. The original circa 1795 farmhouse on 300 acres houses four rooms. There are also secluded cottages with screened porches and fireplaces for all-season romance and relaxation.
If you want to go off-roading or just explore the countryside and save the wear and tear on your own car, a nice perk is the Volvo XC90 SUV or V90 Cross Country, available on a first-come, first-served basis. With so much surrounding natural beauty, the resort plans on adding eight luxury Treehouse accommodations in 2023, “each designed to give you a sense of waking up, floating in the trees.”