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Booking a Vermont hotel no longer means choosing one overwrought B&B over another: Luxury ski lodges, such as the 2008 newcomer Stowe Mountain Lodge, are giving the Green Mountains a new gleam. Not to be outdone, the historic, hulking Equinox resort in Manchester has undergone a contemporary upgrade, and Barnard's Twin Farms continues to raise the bar on exquisite service. There are, of course, still plenty of romantic inns run by charming keepers whose hospitality only adds to the splendor of fall foliage. If that's the Vermont experience you seek, look to the Queen Anne confection the Jackson House Inn, in Woodstock, or West Dover's Deerhill Inn, where quintessential Vermont hotel rooms such as the Rose Garden and the Apple Blossom whisk away any remaining thoughts of city life.

The highest concentration of premier properties, with rooms and private cabins up to $2,300 per night in the busy winter high season, are located in and around the ski towns of Stowe, Warren, and Manchester. Meanwhile, Vermont hotel rooms under $200 keep the city of Burlington and the stunning Northeast Kingdom region well within reach for budget-conscious travelers. There is one catch: Vermont hotels require guests to book especially early (try a year in advance), and at higher rates, for the fall foliage season in September and October. Summer is becoming more popular, too; it's best to reserve rooms a few months ahead of time. You'll find the widest availability and the lowest prices during the shoulder months of November and April, but you may also find that the innkeepers have fled south. We recommend that you follow their lead—stick season and mud season are better left unseen.

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Deerhill Inn, West Dover

West Dover is home to Mount Snow, the Vermont ski mountain closest to the tristate area (i.e., metropolitan New York City). Urban escapees looking to be doted...more

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Wildflower Inn, Lyndonville

Eight is enough? Not for innkeepers Jim and Mary O'Reilly, who've raised an octet of their own offspring and now cater to other people's kids at the 24-room...more

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Willard Street Inn, Burlington

Despite its downtown Burlington location, this 1881 Victorian B&B manages to maintain a sense of tranquility, thanks to its position up on the city's...more

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Jackson House Inn, Woodstock

Sorry, Junior, but the tantalizing maze of maple, linden, and spruce trees behind the Jackson House Inn is strictly off-limits, as are the refreshing swimming...more

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Stowe Mountain Lodge, Stowe

For all its historic cachet and white-steeple quaintness, Stowe had begun to grow a bit musty—until this $200 million masterpiece, built to help the...more

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The Equinox, Manchester Village

The Equinox, in the southwest of the state, has been around since 1769, and what was once a hangout for British loyalists still has the flavor of an English...more

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Topnotch Resort and Spa, Stowe

Almost everyone has a weakness for s'mores, but they're even better toasted poolside, post-massage, as the moon illuminates the ski slopes. That's the scene at...more

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Pitcher Inn, Warren

It seems as eternal as the brook that burbles beyond its back deck, but the Pitcher Inn is fairly new. It was completely rebuilt in 1997 after a fire destroyed...more

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Trapp Family Lodge, Stowe

Sometimes you simply gotta embrace the cliché, get your Julie Andrews on, and frolic through the high meadows of Austria—er, Vermont—with the...more

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Twin Farms, Barnard

Sitting on 300 private acres in the vast Green Mountain National Forest, Twin Farms is about as "away" as it gets, making it a natural draw for celebrities,...more

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