Lodging and Dining

We have some great lodging and dining options available in the area.  Below are some of our favorite lodging options.  Good people who support our efforts in many ways.  For a list of dining options, CLICK HERE.

Jay Peak Resort has a wide selection of hotel rooms and condos.  These are world class accommodations.  There’s a lot going on at The Peak, from the water park, to ice skating, golf, fine dining and terrific entertainment.  

Newport City Inn and Suites is well run and centrally located.  It has a pool and a hot tub and is just up from The Brown Cow for a great breakfast.  Totally close to all the Lake Memphremagog swims and all the Winter Games at The Eastside Restaurant.  

Burke Mountain Hotel, catering to the year round offerings of East Burke and its environs, skiing, biking, hiking, and, yes, open water swimming.  It’s a perfect stay if you are doing The Moose in June.  And, if you are swimming Willoughby or any of the other lakes during NEK Swim Week, it’s a relaxing getaway after the morning swims.  It’s also a perfect place to stage a weekend at Kingdom Trails, the very best mountain bike center in North America.

The Bunkhouse at Northwoods Stewardship Center in East Charleston, Vermont. Minimum fee $150 per night for up to 5 persons. $25 for each additional person, sleeps up to 16.

Quimby Country, in Averill, VT is an old school lodge and 19 rustic cabins, around for more than 100 years, off the grid and nestled in Moose Country.  Perfect for families and groups.  As comfortable as an old shoe.  With swimming and yacking on Great Averill lake, fishing, hiking, mountain biking, tennis, and some of the best road cycling in the East.

The Highland Lodge, in Greensboro, VT, is a classic lodge with cabins, dining, and bar.  It’s beach on Caspian Lake makes it a perfect swim retreat and great lodging for the Willoughby – Caspian weekend.

Vita Husetoffers extended stay suites (minimum 4 days).    

A Place in Time B&B is another favorite.

Lake Salem Inn has gotten great reviews from runners, bikers, and swimmers alike.

Derby Line Village Inn is a magical stay within sight of the border, with just the best Austrian dining in the northeast.  I know, I’m biased.  Fritz is a master chef, a master skier, and a master accordion player.

The Prouty House, Second Street, Newport, VT  Graciously renovated  Four bedrooms with private baths.  Rent by the room or by the house.

The Big Green Victorian, in downtown Newport is another Airbnb option that has been well reviewed and is well run.

Couture’s Maple Shop & B&B, Great People, Longtime supporters of The Games, Sweetest B&B in The Kingdom, Westfield, VT

Birchwood B&B, Derby Line, VT

Hobbit House, Newport, VT

Pinecrest Motel & Cabins. Orleans, Vermont – Close by Lake Crystal with one of the best beaches in the State and a great location for the entire NEK Swim Week as well as The Moose.

WilloughVale Inn, Westmore, VT on Lake Willoughby.

Journey’s Salon & Guest House

Green Acre Cabins in Westmore offer some wonderful weekly rentals.

Siskin-Coutts offers up their bunkhouses for $15 a night.

White Birch Lakeside Retreat, Derby VT

Short term rentals – houses, condos, and apartments – Remax All Seasons Realty contact Deb McCormack at 802-334-7277/802 673-7552 or e-mail deb.247@yahoo.com

Two of our favorite camping options are Prouty Beach in Newport on Lake Memphremagog and White Caps Campgrounds on South Beach of Lake Willoughby.

And, special for Fly to Pie – Kingdom Marathon, free camping at the Newport Airport in Coventry, right by the start, provided by Dan Gauvin of Lakeview Aviation.

If you are looking for some private lodging arrangements:

Newark Guest House call Jill at (802) 467-1144 or e-mail jjill@vtlink.net

Loonsong House, Mill Village Road, Craftsbury, VT  www.loonsonghouse.com

In the Burke Area (Convenient to some of our biking and swimming events)

The Stepping Stones Inn & Serenity Spa, 1563 Darling Hill Road, Lyndonville, VT  

 

 

4 comments on Lodging and Dining

  1. I am just building up my distance, from one to 2 miles, have not done 2 miles, but ready to pursue. Where is the best place for me to go? Also I need to bring my dog with me, when I travel from NH up to the Northeast kingdom. Any suggestions?
    Jenn Grace

    1. Are you running? Swimming? I think Newport Inn & Suites has some dog friendly options. I’ll double check.

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