Sometimes you’ve just got to get away from it all. When that’s the case, GetAway Vacations has just the thing. With vacation rentals located throughout the East Coast’s largest ski area, we can promise you a retreat that offers all the luxuries of modern conveniences without all the hustle and bustle of city living. Even if the small town of Killington VT, with just 800 local residents, feels too crowded, we have isolated vacation rentals in Killington in the wilderness that truly offer a private getaway for you and your guests. Or just you, because sometimes even family can be overwhelming too.
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Rest and Relaxation Around Every Corner (Inside and Out)
Vacation rentals are our business, which means we feel absolutely confident that we can offer you the best places to stay in Killington, VT. If it’s isolation you seek, it’s isolation you will find. Stock up on groceries, good books, and stretchy pants, because once you do the check-in, you may never want to leave! All of our isolated vacation rentals are equipped with full kitchens, which means you can cook to your heart’s content or simply use the microwave to heat up your favorite goodies. Bedrooms are furnished with cushy pillows and linens that promise a good night’s rest (or even a relaxing afternoon nap if it comes to that). And best of all, the community living spaces are designed to optimize the beauty of your surroundings, so be it relaxing on your private patio with a mountain view in the summer or snuggling up on the sofa next to a warm fire on a cold winter’s night, you’re inevitably going to unwind and enjoy your obscure retreat located off the beaten path.
Adventures Out Your Backdoor and All-Around
Visiting a ski town shouldn’t just conjure an image of vying for space on the ski slopes. With our isolated vacation rentals, you can enjoy the best places to stay in Killington VT in the quiet solitude of nature year-round. Perhaps a cabin at the end of a dirt road is exactly where you see yourself – picking wildflowers in the spring sun, chasing lightning bugs under the summer moon, hearing the crunch of autumn leaves under your boots, or building a snowman in the freshly fallen snow? While our isolated places to stay in Killington VT offer complete privacy, they’re also centrally located to everything Killington has to offer, so you’re never too far away from your next adventure.
Speaking of Adventure
You’ve come to the right place! Ski slopes abound between the two large ski resorts in the area, Pico Mountain and Killington Ski Resorts, offering lessons and a range of difficulty courses for every level skier, so rest assured there is something for everyone when it comes to seeking thrills atop the mountain. But this is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to winter recreation in Killington. Another mountain sport that is enjoyed by people of all ages is snow tubing, and with Killington’s killer tubing park guests can enjoy the multi-lane slopes and lift services to optimize their fun. Getting tired? Snuggle up by the fire at the nearby lodge for some hot cocoa and people watching. If the crowd gets to be too much, don’t fret. Killington is also home to hundreds of trails, so if you wish to seek solitude on your cross-country skis, snowshoes, or snowmobile, have at it! You’ll love the feel of the crisp mountain air kissing your cheeks as the sun shines down on you.
But the sun doesn’t just shine down on you in the winter. If you’re looking for a getaway to Killington in the warmer months, there is still opportunity around every corner. Strap on your boots and hike the lush landscape of vast mountain terrain. Cover even more distance by hitting the trails with a mountain bike or take it to the next level altogether with an off-road trip you’re sure to remember. If the heat gets to be too much, head back down to the valley where water recreation is at its peak. You’ll love kayaking the sparkling blue waters of Snowshed Pond in Killington with views of the peak, or if you want to take a scenic drive through the mountains you can head to Chittenden Reservoir, a paradise for paddle boarding and fishing as well.
Another way to cool off and while appreciating the unobstructed views is riding the summer gondola to the top of Killington Peak. If you want to enjoy days spent on the golf course, you’ve got options with both Killington Golf Course and the Green Mountain National Golf Course at your disposal. Tennis courts, swimming pools, grassy parks (perfect for picnicking and water balloon fights), and quaint local shops will also beckon you to soak up the lazy summer days of this small town. As the days turn cooler in the autumn months, you’ll love the smaller crowds accompanied by a breathtaking kaleidoscope of changing leaves atop the mountain range.