Woodstock Inn & Resort
14 The Green, Woodstock, Vt.
Weekday rates from $210, weekend rates from $250. A list of spa treatments and prices is on the website. Reservations recommended for the Red Rooster, the inn’s fine-dining restaurant.
What to do in winter
Woodstock Inn Nordic Center
Guests at the inn have free access to 30 kilometers of trails for skiing, snowshoeing, or hiking around town ($18 nonguests). Rentals for skis, boots, poles, or snowshoes are $18 per day for guests. Private and semi-private lessons offered.
Sleigh and carriage rides
Kedron Valley Stables operates horse-drawn rides through the countryside that last 45 minutes to an hour. Rates start at $125 for one to three people for the sleigh rides and for one to two people for the carriage rides. Payment is cash or check only. Reservations are required and can also be made through the concierge at the Woodstock Inn.
Where to eat
Osteria Pane e Salute
61 Central St., Woodstock
This acclaimed restaurant in the heart of downtown is fabled as much for its cuisine as its petite size (just 16 seats). The website says it’s typically booked two weeks to a month in
1 Elm St., Woodstock
A casual spot with good cocktails, sandwiches, and burgers, with live
music and DJs most nights.