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“The worst thing is, you can only stay 1 week” 5 of 5 stars
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“The worst thing is, you can only stay 1 week”
5 of 5 stars Reviewed October 29, 2013

After extensive online research about family friendly summer vacations we settled on Tyler Place.
Flying all the way from the West coast we were somewhat hesitant that it would not be as good as all the reviews say.
And it wasn't; it was 100x BETTER.
By day 2 we were already trying to figure out how to arrange Tyler Place into our schedule for next year. The last day we placed our reservation! Already excited to return.

There are too many things that we liked so here is a "small" list:
Zipline(both adult and child size), treehouse, sailboats, including a lesson, kayaks, waterslides, pool, hot tubs(including the adult only one), Duckman triathlon(I'm not much of an athlete and was moved by the positive encouragement from other guests), staff vs. guests softball game, bikes, quaint and cozy accommodation with playground gazebo, children's toys and hammock right nearby, trampolines, pony rides for our child, basketball game, ropes course, swimming, hiking, evening champagne cruise-made a ton of new friends, sail to island for bonfire and drinks a plenty, day trip to Quebec for wine tasting, scenic rides into town....
oh and the FOOD. WOW, we were expecting standard buffet fare and thought we would use our kitchen often. No way, this is 4 star quality, especially the desserts. At the end of the week we joked that they should take all the kitchens out of the cabins since there is no need!

Of course the #1 thing we loved about Tyler Place was our Parent Helper.
Wow, our toddler took to her within minutes and we all cried the night we said good bye. The staff at Tyler place are second to none. They keep the kids so busy and entertained that even kids who don't sleep well, were out within minutes and sleeping through the night.

The only suggestions I have are...not many.
Depending on the week you go, you may want rain gear.
Our cabin was somewhat away from the Inn so we were glad we brought flashlights.
Oh and try everything if you like, or do nothing if you prefer.
Tyler Place is what you make of it.
Next year we plan to make it even better than last, if that is possible.

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  • Stayed June 2013, traveled with family
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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Caitlin P, Marketing Assistant at Tyler Place Family Resort, responded to this review, November 25, 2013
Thank you for taking the time to review the Tyler Place so thoroughly! We're thrilled you enjoyed it so much as first timers and are able to return next summer. Your "small list" is a great example for anyone who may be curious as to what a week at TP is all about.

We understand that leaving your little ones in the care of a Parent's Helper or in group with a counselor can be nerve-wracking; but our counselors & staff want to make sure each and every child has a great time (so mom & dad can, too). It's wonderful to hear that your little camper connected with your PH so well.

Your suggestions are perfect for families visiting TP for the first time. As you're probably aware, we can't control the weather, so being prepared for rain or shine is a must (there will still be plenty to do for kids & adults alike)! We're looking forward to helping you make the best of your visit again next summer.

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1 of 5 stars Reviewed October 26, 2013

This place was 100% false advertising. It is not a place to go to if you have summer/day camp options available at home. The website and literature you receive states that this is an all inclusive family resort. It is not all inclusive nor a resort. I am going to try to stick to just the facts instead of all the other horrific things that occurred during our week stay.

Accommodations: They are small and dirty. When walking into the accommodation there was no way to get into the "main" part of the room without walking through a bedroom, which is a little strange. The bathroom was very small and very dirty. There was housekeeping each day but they did not clean the toilet nor shower throughout our entire week long stay. There is no air conditioning in the unit as a whole, only in one of the bedrooms however when the air was on, the heat was on to compensate for it. There are ceiling fans but it did not offer enough to cool off the rooms. We tried to open the windows however, there were no screens in the windows. This place is in the middle of the woods and some bugs are expected, however for the amount of money this place costs, the amount of bugs was unreal. As we pulled back the sheets on the first night there were spiders larger than the size of a half dollar in the bed as well as a few on the pillows. There were other sorts of bugs and large mosquitoes that were left as splatters on the wall as well as the ones we added to the wall splatter. The bathroom had at least 3 bugs in it each time we walked into it. Housekeeping did come each day while we were still sleeping as most of the resort was up and out of their accommodation by 8 a.m. or so and since we do not have children we had no reason to get up that early on "vacation." If you need anything in your accommodation, there is no way to ask for it. The last 2 days of our trip were very chilly and we then needed a blanket for our bed and there was no way to ask for it as there are no phones and our cell phones did not get reception. We had to make the long walk to the inn in the mud and dark. There are no security lights throughout the grounds as it is disturbing to other guests (we asked why). It is probably a very safe area but it is still scary to walk around the grounds in the woods, in the dark just for a blanket. We also needed towels one of the days and there was no way to get those either so we did walk to the inn in the morning when it was light out and the staff needed to put in a written request and wait for the housekeeping staff to pick up the message and bring the towels - the same situation as for the blanket. The towels only took about 40 minutes to receive and the blanket about 90 minutes. It was late at night for the blanket, but 90 minutes was unacceptable.

Meals: There are designated meal times and you cannot get a meal or snack outside of the meal time. We did miss breakfast almost every day because it ended earlier than we got up. We then asked if we can get some sort of meal or fruit out of the breakfast time and was told no. On the days we made it to breakfast the food was ok. They had a nice selection of juice but not a lot of selection for the actual meal. The water was unsoftened well water which is an acquired taste. They do not have an option for water if you do not like the well water. There is bottled water for purchase. Lunch had a small selection but was usually something a little more "normal". The food was quite cold for the buffet. There was a salad bar but it was not on ice and was out for over 2 hours. The hot food was placed on warmers but it was not even warm when it was "fresh". There was dessert offered with lunch which was very filling. Dinner was less to be desired. Each night the selection was very minimal and again cold. If there was nothing that was edible on your pallet, the cook may try to help however you had to seek out someone and see if they had anything available as well as wait for them to play a game of telephone. I do not eat Indian food and by the fourth day of our trip, I was very hungry and asked for another option. It took about 45 minutes, but they were able to come up with a pasta dish and it was hot. The timing between meals was kind of long. In between lunch and dinner was almost 6 hours. It is a long time to not have a snack or piece of fruit available. The beverage service was sub par. During lunch, iced tea and lemonade were available as well as bar drinks for purchase and water. After a few days, the ice tea and lemonade combinations were no longer sitting in my stomach so I asked for another option and there was not one for lunch. On the 3 day of our trip, I got physically ill from the meals and beverages and at that time one of the waiters was able to get me a juice with my lunch at a charge. Beverages at dinner were the same however it was a little more difficult to get a non alcoholic drink. I do not drink alcohol and trying to get a non alcoholic or non pop option at dinner time was hard because there were 2 waiters, one for the bar and one for the entire restaurant. The bar waiter was not able to get drinks that were not alcoholic or pop. If this is an all inclusive, snacks or food should be available at more times than scheduled. On the last day, they offer a menial breakfast and a "to go" box of cold cuts. The cold cuts are put out around 9 a.m. and left out for over 90 minutes. Then for lunch the same cold cuts are put out at 11:30 and left out until 1:30. The area in which you eat is very cramped and tight in order to fit the entire adult guest population. It is not air conditioned nor is there a fan. It is very warm both inside and outside.

Bar: The bar was open for a cocktail hour before dinner and after dinner. It was a nice place to hang out however, you cannot order a non alcoholic or non pop drink. Each beverage was for purchase at a normal bar price. There are no food options available late night. At the end of the week between 2 people, our extra fee bill for food and beverages (including juice and bottled water) was over $600 with no alcoholic beverages purchased. If this is an all inclusive, juice and other beverages should be included.

Activities: Each day is scheduled for you with athletic activities. If you are not athletic or pregnant, there is nothing to do but walk around the grounds that are very hilly and muddy. There are some "spa" activities for an extra charge. The cost is much higher than what I would pay at my hometown at Mario Tricocci. We did try for a massage however, I did not receive one only my husband. I have received many massages and knew what was expected of the waiting area and post massage behavior. The area was intermixed with the children activities and the atmosphere was very loud and stressful. There was no area for changing for the massage and there was no water offered before or after the massage. There was also no bathroom in the area. The area is very small and does not have enough space for the people that are waiting with you. It is very hard to relax while in the massage room as there are children beneath you and next to you and the waiting room right outside your door with people chatting. The staff is wonderful. They do try their best in the deplorable conditions. In the massage room, they try to play music. They are always trying to make the best of what is a horrendous situation. Some of the activities are off site, so a car is necessary for this trip. Any of these activities also have a cost associated with them. If you do not have a vehicle at your disposal, this is a not a trip for you.

In general, the amount of money you spend to go here is not worth it, nor will it ever be. Most day camps for an entire summer cost around $1,500 and you receive snacks and field trips and time away from your children, which is the primary goal of this resort. If you do not want to live on a schedule while on vacation, this is not the place to attend. This is the place to go for people who do not have the ability to send their children to day camp and need a break from their kids. It is not a place to go to for a relaxing vacation. And please keep in mind, it is not an all inclusive nor is it a resort by any means as the state that the accommodations and meal service is worse than what my home is on a bad day. There is no place to go and cool off from the heat nor is there a place to sit and relax. The staff is very kind but the actual place is not a place to go to unless you want to relive your summer camp days. When you check in your also receive a packet including ALL of your personal information as well as the personal information of every guest. It seemed to a little invasive and we did not give the resort permission to pass out our information to every single guest. There are many hidden costs throughout your week and they do not take credit card, cash and check only.

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  • Stayed June 2013, traveled as a couple
    • 1 of 5 stars Value
    • 3 of 5 stars Location
    • 1 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 1 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 1 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 2 of 5 stars Service
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Caitlin P, Marketing Assistant at Tyler Place Family Resort, responded to this review, November 20, 2013
There are many reasons why so many families return to the Tyler Place summer after summer, and why we enjoy one of the highest repeat guest rates in the industry. Yet we’re always genuinely sorry when a guest does not enjoy their stay with us. As we’ve heard directly from this reviewer and are quite familiar with her situation, we realize it would be helpful to our potential guests for us to clarify some of the assertions made here.

The reviewer spent a week at the Tyler Place last summer as, by her own account, a reluctant member of a family reunion. The reviewer was not the reunion organizer and was never directly in contact with our reservations team. We make a point of going into great detail about accommodations and what to expect during a stay, so it was unfortunate that there were any surprises. It’s interesting to note that the other members of this family reunion group provided very positive feedback about their stay and made reservations to return next summer.

Accommodations at the Tyler Place range from rooms at the Inn to multi-family cottages on the lake. They vary tremendously in size and proximity to the Inn and activity areas, and our reservation team works diligently to match families with accommodations that are appropriate for the size of each family and ages of their children. The reviewer and her husband stayed with another couple in their reunion party, and apparently did not find this family-centric layout suitable.

Countless other reviewers have mentioned how convenient and thorough our daily housekeeping service is. If any aspect of housekeeping or accommodation is unsatisfactory, we encourage our guests to let us know at the front desk and we’ll resolve it as quickly as possible.

Our meals are frequently praised for their quality, variety and extensive use of locally sourced products and fresh produce. We always provide several dishes at each meal, with a number of entrees and sides to please our guests’ varied tastes. Meals are served buffet style, and our attentive dining room staff are close at hand to refresh dishes frequently and attend to diners’ needs. Before arrival and at any time during their stay, guests are encouraged to let us know about a food allergy or intolerance and our chef and kitchen manager will see to it that options are provided.

For adult guests who are hungry before the 6:30pm dinnertime, cocktail hour begins at 5:30pm in the bar with a selection of appetizers prior to dinner. We serve three square meals a day to fit in with our guests’ (and their children’s) busy activity schedules. The entire Inn, including the bar and dining room areas, is air-conditioned.

We do accept credit cards (in addition to cash and checks) and, in fact, this guest used a credit card at check-out to pay for their $15 beverage bill, after another family member paid for the group’s stay, including all Vermont hospitality and food taxes.

In addition to the alcoholic options at the bar, we offer soda, juices, iced tea, lemonade, bottled sparkling water and virgin blended drinks, which are indeed an additional cost. It bears repeating that this guest only paid $15 for juices and non-alcoholic beverages throughout the entire week. Perhaps they mixed up the charge with another couple in their party, who had a higher bill at the bar.

The Tyler Place is, as other reviewers have said, what you make of it, and our guests enjoy the flexibility of having so many options. You can spend the week participating in a myriad of athletic activities from sunup to sundown, or spend every day in a hammock by the lake with a good book, or take advantage of the pool, adults-only hot tub, lounge chairs, hammocks and Adirondack chairs around the property. Other low-key activities include cooking classes, wine tastings, knitting and crafting sessions, pottery workshops, champagne cruises, pontoon rides, nature walks, fishing, and more. The vast majority of these activities are included in the cost of your stay, with the exception of motorized water sports, private lessons, and spa treatments.

After 80 years running a successful family-owned hospitality business, we know that you can’t please everyone. Most families find that the Tyler Place provides just the right amount of family time and ‘couple time,’ while their children are off exploring and growing and creating lifelong friendships – a priceless aspect of their vacation. They come in ready for a week of unplugged, stress-free vacation and leave rejuvenated and relaxed.

This couple, who don’t yet have children of their own, may not have been able to appreciate that aspect of their visit to the Tyler Place; however, we have had many couples without children and single, young adults over the years who have still enjoyed our distinctive brand of hospitality. Sadly, this was not the case for this reviewer. We’ve gone into great detail on our website (and in our printed materials) about all that is comprised in the all-inclusive vacation rate and what to expect, but perhaps this just wasn’t the vacation for them.
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed September 18, 2013

Our family has had two wonderful vacations at Tyler Place and we are already looking forward to our 3rd (and more).

For our first visit, our daughter was just 3 years old and our son was only 7 months. I was VERY concerned about our clingy and shy daughter being at the kid's camp and was prepared to have other activities for us. Well my gosh, by the 3rd evening at drop off my daughter was saying "Ok Mommy, you can go now, please. Please go now Mommy." She was having a BLAST. This really helped my husband and I really relax and enjoy our time together. Our Mother's helpers have been fabulous both years and really have taken exceptional care of our son.

When you arrive at Tyler Place, the first thing to do is turn off your cell phone and pick up a bike. It's wonderful to spend a week away from hustle and bustle and move via bike or feet! Another concern I had going in was that we would be over having buffet food everyday. Oy vey, was that a silly concern. The food is terrific. Lobster night? Maple Creme Brulee? Yes please! I walked and was active every day, but definitely gained weight because the food is soo good.

Kids are dropped off at camp in the morning and go have fun. A pirate sail, circus night, arts n crafts, pony rides, splash park, stories, etc. The kids' programs are terrific. While they are enjoying camp, it was divine to get some time as a couple or just as relaxed adults. Taking archery or pottery lessons, getting a massage, playing volleyball, jumpin on trampolines, hanging on the lake -- there is something for everyone.

In the afternoons, we enjoyed family time. We visited an organic farm on our first trip and it was delightful to have our daughter fetch eggs from the chickens and plant some corn! Father and daughter went fishing and came back beaming. Our son, just 1 this year got a real kick out of the cows at a local dairy farm.

If we had gone away without our kids, I would have missed them terribly and not had as relaxing a time. Having the afternoons together was wonderful. But you know, it was sort of magical as the parents of two young children to have our meals with other adults and to spend time so much time together as a couple. Tyler Place gave us the perfect combination of a grownup getaway AND family vacation.

At the end of each week, I did miss putting my son to bed at night. But he was in such good hands, I was comfortable about his care.

We've been 2 years in a row, and just adore all the wonderful friends we've met and vacationed with, and look forward to seeing the same friends again. But you know, I'm also looking forward to seeing the staff again. I don't know who does their recruiting but what an exceptional team they put together. We really like that the staff heads to the bar when they are off work so we can spend time socializing with them too. Interesting young people with good heads on their shoulders, it's a pleasure! (shout out to Connor, Trevor, Jim, Charlotte, Natalie)

We simply can't wait for week 2 in 2014. We'll be the really silly couple singing Karaoke and drinking Rusty Squirrels at the bar.

  • Stayed July 2013, traveled with family
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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Caitlin P, Public Relations Manager at Tyler Place Family Resort, responded to this review, October 1, 2013
Glad to hear you had another fun trip to the Tyler Place, and great experience with our Parent's Helpers program! We love to see guests embracing their week in Vermont, stepping away from technology, and enjoying the family time, couple time, and myriad of activities available. And a little secret - staff love socializing with guests year after year too! Looking forward to having you back next summer.

Best,
Caitlin
TP Marketing
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed September 3, 2013

This was our 3rd trip to the Tyler Place and once again we had a wonderful trip. My husband had recently had some minor surgery and had to take it a little easier this year and there were still plenty of activities for him to do. I was able to be very active without feeling guilty leaving him. Our children (9 and 5) had the best time they have ever had. Our oldest child had spent a month at camp and we were a little worried she would be "bored" but that wasn't the case at all. She loved every minute it and is looking forward to being a Pre-Teen next year. I feel like a walking commercial for Tyler Place and can't imagine a better family vacation for families with school age children. Not having to get in the car to see the next sight or worry about when/where we are eating the next meal is vacation in itself. Having everyone be able to participate in tons of activities that they love and never hearing "I'm bored" is even better. No electronics all week...delicious food...cool Vermont weather....wonderful people....amazing hospitality. We are already looking forward to 2014!

  • Stayed August 2013, traveled with family
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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Caitlin P, Public Relations Manager at Tyler Place Family Resort, responded to this review, September 11, 2013
Hi Sara,
I'm glad to hear you and your family had another successful trip to the Tyler Place, despite some changes in your husband's summer plans. We try to provide a range of activites (and opportunities for relaxation!), from high-intensity sports and exercise classes to more laid back endeavors. Glad we'll see you back next summer - and feel free to continue being a "walking commercial" for Tyler Place, we appreciate it!

Best,
Caitlin
TP Marketing
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed August 27, 2013

We have been on several family vacations and have never returned so relaxed and refreshed. Our 11 and 8 yr old kids had a blast and my husband and I had a chance to spend quality time together. There were lots of activities to choose from so we were never bored and all the while we were surrounded by happy guests and happy staff too.
We are from Montreal and it took us only 2 hours to drive to this fabulous resort which made the vacation a true 7 day vacation without losing 1-2 days on travel and without the hassles of flying.

  • Stayed August 2013, traveled with family
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 3 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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Caitlin P, Public Relations Manager at Tyler Place Family Resort, responded to this review, September 11, 2013
It's so nice to hear you enjoyed your trip, and that you found a great vacation spot just over the border! Having guests come from near and far to join the Tyler Place community is what brings the resort to life each summer. We hope you'll make the (short) journey back next year.

Best,
Caitlin
TP Marketing Assistant
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed August 19, 2013

What an amazing place. It took just four hours for our 7 year old daughter to proclaim "I am moving to Vermont" A wonderful concept that has evolved in the hands of the Tyler family and its excellent support team.

A week of amazing activities for all, food of a high quality, outstanding child councillors and most important of all some much needed adult time with amazing new friends.

We will return.

  • Stayed August 2013, traveled with family
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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Caitlin P, Public Relations Manager at Tyler Place Family Resort, responded to this review, August 21, 2013
Hi KH-
We're so glad you (and your daughter!) enjoyed the Tyler Place so much, and that the food, activities, and more were up to your expectations. Thanks for your kind review, and we look forward to having you back next summer.

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Caitlin
TP Marketing
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed August 8, 2013 via mobile

On day 3 I knew we would be back next year...yes, it was that good. It was peaceful when you wanted it to be and super sociable when that was what you wanted. The guests and staff were so nice and the food was great. The kids loved their camp and counselors and we loved all of the adult activities and family time. There were so many different things to choose from....I highly recommend yoga with Lucy and water aerobics. My husband reccomends kayaking and mountain biking. I definitely plan to take tennis lessons this year so I can participate in the tournament next year. I'm used to beach vacations but this just seemed so much more relaxing and yet energizing maybe the cooler air? or maybe just the extra mommy/daddy time? Did I mention the great cocktails?

Stayed June 2013, traveled with family
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Caitlin P, Public Relations Manager at Tyler Place Family Resort, responded to this review, August 20, 2013
Thank you for your wonderful review! It's great to hear that you were each able to participate in the activities you preferred, and fit in some social time and relaxation too. And of course it's always nice to hear that the cocktails didn't hurt! We look forward to having you back next summer.

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Address: 175 Tyler Place, Highgate Springs, VT 05460
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Location: United States > Vermont > Highgate Springs
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities ( Kid / Family Friendly ) Kitchenette Restaurant Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Highgate Springs
Number of rooms: 70
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
9 age-staggered kids programs for Infants to Teens. A cozy cottage or family suite with separate parent's bedroom. Awesome, enthusiastic, counselors you'll want to take home with you. Exceptionally good, wholesome meals - three times a day - plus snacks. Evening meals without the kids - a chance to recharge your marriage. An amazing variety of land and water sports with no waiting lines. Lots of fresh air, green grass, blue water, bonfires and nights full of stars. ... more   less 
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