Killington Lodging

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tendulkm
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Killington Lodging

Post: # 1070Post tendulkm
Fri Aug 27, 2004 3:02 pm

I am planning on visiting Vermont from Oct 08-12. From the messages I see here, I realised that Killington/Bridgewater/Woodstock would be good during that period. I am searching for a place to stay and realised that there are quite a few condos that could be rented, these are primarily meant for skiing. I would like to see the fall. Would these condos be good enough for staying or all of them are in very secluded area meant for skiing only

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Re: Killington Lodging

Post: # 1071Post pwt54
Fri Aug 27, 2004 4:56 pm

The condos at Killington are available all year. I wouldn't call the secluded but they aren't near a village. I think you have a good idea rentnig a condo for a long stay. Killington has a lift that goes to the top of the mountain for some great views and hikes.

Hollie
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Re: Killington Lodging

Post: # 1072Post Hollie
Mon Sep 06, 2004 11:09 pm

We stayed at the Inn of the Six Mountains last year and had a great experience. Everyone was friendly and we had a great view from our room. And the price was great. If you are looking for an inexpensive place to stay, then I recommend this inn!


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