Whether you’re exploring Vermont’s covered bridges, visiting Quechee Gorge or skiing at Killington, you’ll find Vermont to be picture-perfect. And renting a vacation home in Vermont can be quite a bargain, compared to what you’d pay in a hotel or B&B. Plus, we have plenty of special deals on Vermont vacation rentals. Finding it hard to book a property you’ve only seen online? We totally understand. That’s why we provide unbiased reviews of vacation rentals in Vermont—you can read what former guests thought of their Vermont vacation rental experience.
A Vermont vacation rental is perfect for skiers—you’ll have plenty of space for all your equipment, and some Vermont ski cabins let you open your front door and be right on the slopes! Whether you’re looking for a rental cabin near Killington, a Stratton ski condo or a rental home close to Mount Snow, we can help you find a great vacation rental in Vermont.
If you’re the outdoorsy type, you’ll love Vermont. In winter, of course, there’s plenty of skiing and snowboarding, so a Vermont vacation rental near the slopes is a great choice. In the warmer months, however, Vermont offers plenty of opportunities for hiking, biking, fishing and boating. Little River State Park is a popular destination—a vacation rental near Waterbury gives you easy access.
If you enjoy boating, swimming and fishing, a vacation rental on Lake Champlain might be perfect for you. We’ll help you find a great deal on a spacious Lake Champlain vacation home or a romantic waterfront rental cottage on Lake Champlain. Hop out of the lake for a few minutes to tour the Lake Champlain Chocolate factory in Burlington (two words: free samples)… and remember to keep an eye out for Champ, Lake Champlain’s version of the Lock Ness Monster. Read our helpful Vermont vacation rental reviews to find a Lake Champlain rental that’s right for you.
Fall is a spectacular time to visit Vermont—the farther north you go, the earlier the leaves turn, so plan accordingly. No matter where your Vermont vacation rental is located, though, you won’t have far to go to see some splendid foliage. Trust us, if you’ve never been to Vermont in the fall, prepare to be dazzled.