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Vermont Best Lodging 2010

Vermont Best Lodging 2010
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by in May 2010

Best Romantic Escape
RABBIT HILL INN, Lower Waterford
Massages, hiking paths, and an intimate fireside dining room all do their job to light the fire for romance. But perhaps just as important is what the inn, nestled in the Northeast Kingdom, doesn’t have: TV, WiFi, or even a reliable cell phone signal–so you can disconnect from the outside world and reconnect with your partner. 48 Lower Waterford Road. 802-748-5168;

Best Hotel Wine List
Sure, you could come to this Mount Snow estate for the rustic farmhouse charm or the knockout scenery. But in-the-know oenologists come for the cellar. Lafite, Margaux, and a half-dozen other French names are just the beginning of the wine list, which includes rare estate-bottled Burgundies. 800-493-1133, 802-464-8131;

Best Way to Feel Like an Artist
THE ARTIST’S LOFT B&B, Brattleboro
How could you not be inspired by a stay at William Hays’ Brattleboro gallery, where guests are invited into a suite loaded with world-art tchotchkes and a view of the Connecticut River? Amble into Hays’ studio next door to chat about his landscapes. 103 Main St. 802-257-5181;

Best Country Inn
It’s simply the standard by which all other country inns are judged. 14 The Green. 800-448-7900, 802-457-1100;

Best Farm Vacation
At Beth Kennett’s 270-head dairy farm, guests wake up to house-made pork sausage and local maple syrup, spend the day collecting eggs or shoveling Holstein pies, and then relax on the porch as the stars come out. 511 Liberty Hill. 802-767-3926;

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