Vermont is a state that proudly showcases all four seasons every year in a burst of color, whether it is the shimmering green foliage that rolls along the mountains in the spring or the spectacular yellow, red, orange, purple and brown hues of autumn in the trees, it is undoubtedly one of America’s most picturesque states. In fact, leaf peepers drive hundreds of miles in the fall just to wander the woods and watch them change. Thanksgiving is a great time to visit the beautiful town of Stowe, Vermont; read on to see why so many book a vacation rental in Stowe with Stowe Country Homes for this holiday!
Thanksgiving Dinner at Your Rental at Stowe
In the United States, many Americans choose to spend their Thanksgiving holiday at home with friends and family, yet nobody says you have to spend it at your own house! At Stowe Country Homes, our guests will find everything they need to create unforgettable memories on Thanksgiving Day in their rental at Stowe, just as they would at their own home. From the fully-equipped kitchens to prepare the evening’s feast to the large screen televisions to watch football, the only difference between one of our comfortable properties and your own place is that the mountains sit outside your doorstep here in Stowe.
Oftentimes, the main feast and family reunions take place in the evening, so that leaves the rest of the day to enjoy other activities during the day. And though football on TV is a mainstay for many families on Turkey Day, there is nothing like getting friends and family together to play a game of football in one of the many green, open fields around Stowe. Additionally, on the weekend, don’t forget to go shopping on Small Business Saturday in support of local purveyors and vendors. The downtown area is filled with small shops selling chocolates, unique gifts, antiques and one-of-a-kind Vermont goods.
Vermont is well-known for the plethora of wine shops, breweries, distilleries and cider-making facilities. In fact, visitors will find at least three of these beverages at any given time in almost every restaurant and pub in the Green Mountain State. If you enjoy different alcoholic beverages, the Stowe Craft Beverage Trail is one of the most recommended self-guided tours to take while visiting. On the trail, visitors will see how these potent potables are made at places such as Boyden Valley & Spirits, Stowe Cider, Stowe Public House & Bottle Shop, Idletyme Brewing Company, Stowe Winery and the famed Von Trapp Brewing. At every stop along the way, guests will not only taste extraordinary beers, wine, cider and spirits, but they will also learn about how they are made with an added dose of colorful history.
Stowe is beautiful year-round, but a Thanksgiving journey to Vermont is sure to be remembered by you and your family for years to come. Contact us today to book your Thanksgiving vacation rental in Stowe and be thankful for a great vacation this year!