Romantic getaways in Vermont couldn't be better. Adorned with rolling hills, trees, and quaint outdoor pursuits, the state offers a real sense of charm, with enough activities to keep you busy all weekend. While the ski areas are great for active couples, if you prefer something more low key, you can spend your time at one of the many lakes or hidden cabins.
Romantic getaways in Vermont
Montpelier, the capital of Vermont, has a population of just 7,000 people. Despite its size, there are several attractions to visit, including the Vermont Historical Society Museum and the Vermont State House. If you enjoy organic produce, head to the weekly farmer's market, which takes place every Saturday. In Vermont, you’ll also find the original Ben and Jerry's store and factory – worth checking out if you have a sweet tooth. The state is known for its coffee, which can be found at many cafés, and the craft beer industry has also really taken off. A tasting session is a great way to spend the evening. If you prefer small town vibes, then Woodstock, Chester, and Stowe all boast picturesque surroundings and delightful architecture.
Lake Champlain is the perfect destination for romantic getaways in Vermont. Swim, fish, and relax on the shores by day and head to a nearby café or restaurant in the evening. There are also plenty of watersports available in the summer months, and Killington and Sugarbush are just two of the state’s many popular skiing and winter sports destinations that should be on any itinerary of weekend getaways Vermont for couples. In the summertime, the snow melts and ski destinations become stunning destinations to hike around – make the most of the blooming flora on a romantic weekend getaway in Vermont, and visit historical sites such as lighthouses along the way.