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Killington/Pico lodging recommendations... something with a nice bar...

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My buddy and I secured extended weekend passes from our mutual she-who-must-be-obeyed's for a mid-March Wed-Sunday trip up to Vermont.  Thinking Killington or Pico.  Any recommendations on where to stay?  Some place where we don't have to feed ourselves.  Some place where we can secure libations in the evenings.  And preferably, close to either mountain.  

 

I normally head out West, so this is a first for both of us headed up to that region.

 

Am I on the right track headed there, or should I go a little further to Sugarbush (had to dilute my question but mission creep is hard to avoid...)?

 

Aaron

WIlmington, DE

post #2 of 7

The Inn at Long Trail should fit the bill for you two.  It is closer to Pico than Killington, but an easy drive to either place.  Great bar and good food.  There should be entertainment in the bar on weekends.  The rooms aren't exactly lux, but some have fireplaces.

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Thanks.  We'll check it out.

post #4 of 7

Pretty much any place on the Killngton access road would work as its lined with bars and restaurants and a short ride to both Pico and Killington.   

post #5 of 7

I'd recommend the Red Clover Inn & Restaurant; it's right near Pico, and just down the road from Killington - http://redcloverinn.com

post #6 of 7

+1 on the Inn at long trail.  Great pub, full restaurant,  Close to K.  CLoser to Pico.  Have stayed there a few times will visit again.  If you like a perfectly poured pint of Guinness before stumbling up to your room, the Inn at Long Trail is for you.

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Skiing-wise, its worth going that extra hour north on 89 and going to Sugarbush.  Me and my buddies went up there Sunday-Wends and the conditions were HEAVENLY!!!!

 

...Then again, we stay in cheap $50 motels and try to head to a pub or something along those lines for food, so we're in different boats

 

Skiing alone would make me go to Sugar

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