A Winter Weekend Guide to Woodstock, Vermont


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Sunday Drive Dispensary was recently featured in a wonderful blog post written by Amanda Gabriele titled “Discover the Winter Magic of Woodstock, Vermont”.

In this post, Amanda Gabriele shares her experience of visiting the picturesque town of Woodstock, Vermont during winter. Despite not being a fan of the cold season, she found herself captivated by the charm and beauty of Woodstock. The town had received heavy snowfall, transforming it into a winter wonderland.

Woodstock, located a few hours’ drive from major cities like New York and Boston, makes for an ideal cold-weather getaway. Gabriele recommends staying at the Woodstock Inn & Resort, a historic hotel with renovated guestrooms and suites. The hotel features cozy fireplaces, a game room, and access to the Woodstock Athletic Club, which offers various fitness facilities.

When it comes to dining, Gabriele suggests trying the farm-to-table restaurant Santè, the local favorite Mon Vert Cafe, and the newly-opened Au Comptoir, where guests can enjoy signature cocktails and snacks. She also highlights the shopping scene in Woodstock, with recommendations such as F.H. Gillingham and Sons, The Vermont Flannel Company, Elevation Clothing, Woody’s Mercantile, and Yankee Bookshop.

For a quick trip from Woodstock, Gabriele suggests visiting Quechee, a nearby village known for its beautiful surroundings. She recommends exploring the Simon Pearce flagship store and glassblowing studio, enjoying a meal at The Mill restaurant, and visiting the WhistlePig Whiskey Parlour for a tasting experience.

As for winter activities, Woodstock offers skiing and snowboarding at Saskadena Six and Killington resorts, as well as snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and fat biking at the Woodstock Nordic Center.

Gabriele concludes the post by mentioning that Woodstock is worth visiting in any season, with opportunities for al fresco dining, hiking, and engaging in activities like fly fishing and falconry during the warmer months.

Overall, the post showcases the author’s newfound appreciation for winter and highlights the various attractions, accommodations, dining options, shopping spots, and winter activities available in Woodstock, Vermont.

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