Celebrate Your Special Day in the Mountains
Whether you’re the bride or groom or you’re simply along for the ride as the happy couple says, “I do,” our charming Killington accommodations make for the most wonderful wedding accommodations in the area. Instead of staying in a cramped room in a hotel or resort, you and your loved ones can rent out your own private spaces, celebrating lifelong happiness and love in the comfort and privacy of your very own home away from home while keeping guests close enough together to socialize.
Our properties range from roomy condos to spacious homes, with options for extra features such as ski-in ski-out, pet-friendly, private or public hot tubs, and locations on Mt. Green. Enjoy warm and inviting interiors bedecked with alpine décor, accents of knotty pine, traditional brick and stone fireplaces, and comfy high-end furnishings. Kick back with a show or movie on the flat screen in the living room while laying back on plush leather and cloth couches, the crackling fireplace infusing the space with a cozy warmth.
Use the full-sized gourmet kitchens, outfitted with ample granite countertops and top-tier appliances, to craft delicious homemade meals. Dine at the bar seating or family-style at the dining table. Or, if you don’t feel like cooking on vacation, you can simply cater in and keep your mouthwatering leftovers in the fridge for later.
When the day’s festivities have wrapped up and sleep is calling your name, treat yourself to a hot shower or a long soak in the tub of the resort-caliber bathrooms in these properties. Then, climb into bed and slip between the soft sheets for an unimaginably peaceful night’s rest.
Have Fun Before and After the Wedding!
Plan the rehearsal dinner at Baxter’s, the staple restaurant of Rutland Country Club that has a banquet room that can accommodate 150 people, and enjoy an elegant menu and atmosphere. Visit cultural landmarks like the President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site, where the 30th President spent his childhood and was sworn into office, or the Norman Rockwell Museum of Vermont.
For a summer or fall wedding, you can take the groomsmen for a round of golf at local courses nearby, such as Rutland Country Club, Neshobe Golf Course, or Killington Mountain Golf Course. Nearby lakes like Leffert’s Pond, Chittenden Reservoir, Half Moon Pond, Bomoseen, and Lake St. Catherine make for excellent destinations for group activities. The bridal party or anyone who shows interest can spend their time fishing, kayaking, canoeing, boating, and more. And for those who would love to hike, Giffords State Park offers gentle paths through tranquil forests, while the Long Trail presents an incredible challenge at over 250 miles in length. Mountain bikers or those with a bent for exhilaration can tackle the Killington Mountain Bike Park. Quench your thirst afterwards with a visit to Long Trail Brewing Co. or Foley Brothers Brewing Co., or Woodchuck Cidery for those who prefer craft hard cider instead.
For a winter wedding, there’s no better skiing or snowboarding to be had than what you’ll encounter at Killington Resort. Spend your days on the slopes, or on scenic treks through Killington’s snowy winter wonderland by snowshoe or cross-country skiing. Fuel yourself for the day ahead with one of Back Country’s hearty breakfasts, or a cup of coffee from Liquid Art Coffeehouse. Take a romantic sleigh ride through the snow, or get your adrenaline pumping on the back of a snowmobile. Snowtubing is a fun all-ages activity, while après ski drinks and dancing at bars like Charity’s Tavern and Wobbly Barn are perfect for adults. The Lookout Tavern also provides excellent drinks and entertainment, while Choices and The Garlic make for relaxed mealtime atmospheres.
GetAway Vacations – Where Vacation Dreams Come True
For more information on planning Killington weddings or other special event here in Killington, contact our reservation specialists and book your lodgings in one of our romantic, woodsy vacation rental properties today! Looking to get out and explore the area? Check out some ideas below: