You want really nice green to greenish blue cruisers that descend from the very top of the mountain to the bottom without criss-crossing expert slopes (like so many Vermont greens do).
I got two suggestion-both are nice if you bring your significant other along as they are pretty plush. Take time off of work and ski weekdays...that's mandatory any place you ski in the East as a reward for getting better at skiing.
1. Stratton-beautiful, classy resort with a host of great green and fairly easy blues that descend the whole mountain without crossing expert slopes. Nice resort to stay at, it's got one of those trendy villages with ok restaurants and places that sell fancy beers. Oh, it's pretty close.
2. Stowe-Further, bigger, classier, and more beautiful. Lot's of swanky places to stay, it has whole beginner mountains on Spruce. Also it has some of the best easy cruisers from the top that run their own course without crossing through the burly middle of the Mountain: Lord, the whole Toll RD trail and green offshoots.
Never been, but I here Bretton Woods is good for what you describe
Like all places in VT/NH they suck on saturdays for beginners or for people who can't ski away from the crowds. But Monday-friday, they're as good as it gets for what you are describing.