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Find the Manchester climate diagram. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. However, temperatures can go lower than 14° in Manchester in January. The month of April has nice weather with only 0 rainy days.
Enjoy a vacation cottage in the resort town of Manchester, Vermont
A four-hour drive from Manhattan and a two-hour drive from Boston, the quintessential New England community of Manchester makes for a promising vacation destination. Ample winter sports, high-end shopping, fantastic restaurants, history, and art make a vacation rental in Manchester the ideal base for exploring this exciting region.
Contemporary and creative menus keep foodies busy in Manchester. Start your day in a classic American Diner, with a morning-glory pancake doused in hot Vermont maple syrup. Eggs on buttery toast, black java and mini buttermilk flapjacks will set you up for the day. Upscale restaurants serve mountain classics like beer-braised wild boar ribs, roast chicken and Black Angus steak cuts.
For New England classics like clam chowder, lobster, etc, try the traditional Ye Olde Tavern. For international flare, savor Puerto Rican-influenced preparations at Ponce Bistro. Cheesy tacos, quesadillas, and burritos are best enjoyed at Cilantro on Main Street.
Art and culture galore
Manchester values its culture and heritage, which can be seen through exhibits at the Southern Vermont Arts Center. Cubist portraits, outdoor sculptures, abstract paintings, and classical landscapes can be viewed here.
Not to be missed is the iconic Georgian-revival mansion Hildene House – the former estate of President Abraham Lincoln’s son, Todd. Look out for the President's stove pipe hat while touring the residence. The Manchester Village Historic District was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984, the central feature of which is the impressive Equinox House.
Adrenaline junkies will love the zip line and aerial adventure park on Bromley Mountain. In the winter, this is also a fantastic ski destination.
Equestrian enthusiasts can enjoy horse-riding at the Mountain View Ranch, a unique way to explore Vermont's rolling farmlands and mountains. They also offer sleigh rides in winter. Mountain adventure amid modern luxury are part of the Manchester experience when you book a vacation rental in this year-round destination.
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