Sugarbush is one of the premiere ski resorts, not just in Vermont, but also in New England. With over 4000 acres of inbound skiing and 53 miles over 111 ski trails, Sugarbush has plenty to do. For the more adventurous, there’s access to a ton of off-piste skiing and a vertical of 2600 feet gives daredevils plenty to look forward to. When you visit, there’s plenty of Sugarbush lodging to choose from no matter how many people you’re with, or even if you’re taking a much needed solo vacation. Whether you choose to stay at the resort or off-site, you’ll find lodging to suit your needs and budget.

On-Site Lodging

On-site choices for Sugarbush lodging include Clay Brook, Sugarbush Inn, or any number of condominiums in the Village. These options are just moments away from the lifts and slopes, allowing guests easy access to all that Sugarbush has to offer.

Clay Brook is the closest Sugarbush lodging to the slopes, offering ski in/out service for all of its guests. Rooms range from simple studio apartments to deluxe five bedroom suites. Clay Brook can accommodate up to 12 guests in a single suite comfortably. Each residence features a full kitchen with stainless steel appliances and granite countertops and custom cabinetry. And after a long day on the slopes, head to the heated hot tubs to soak the aches and pains away or head into Timbers for some après ski drinks.

Sugarbush Inn is located less than a mile from Lincoln Peak and is right on the Mad Bus shuttle route. The Inn has traditional rooms with complimentary continental breakfasts to get you out on the slopes fueled and ready to go. With the comforting appeal of a traditional country inn, there’s no raucous taverns or bars after you get back to your room; just a quiet relaxing common room with a roaring fireplace and a good book from the library.  You can also head into the Health & Rec Center to schedule a massage or sweat the cold from your bones in the sauna.

For larger parties, you’re going to need something bigger for your Sugarbush lodging. There are numerous condominiums available; units have one to four bedrooms, with some sleeping up to fourteen guests easily. The condominiums are located on the shuttle bus line, giving easy access to the slopes. Additionally, the shuttle bus allows guests to visit the Health & Recreation Center whenever they like, perfect for a dip in the heated pool or Jacuzzi tubs.

Off-Site Lodging

There are numerous choices for off-site Sugarbush lodging. The West Hill House B&B is a charming little 9-room inn that is just one mile from the resort. Each room has individual climate control and private bathrooms that include either a Jacuzzi or steam shower.  Breakfast is of course included, and the menu changes daily. Past favorites include ginger pancakes with lemon sauce, sweet pepper scrambles, Glasgow soufflé, or thick French toast with locally sourced maple syrup.

A less expensive Sugarbush lodging option for the frugal traveler can be found at the Warren Lodge. There are ten rooms available, seven with two queen beds, and three with a single queen. Each room has a recently renovated private bathroom and is just a few minutes from the resort.  There are also efficiencies available, each with a stove, refrigerator and sink, perfect for making your own meals in your room. For a treat, see if the Skylight Efficiency is available. This room has a large skylight where you can stargaze or see snow falling while enjoying a quiet night.

No matter what your budget or needs; whether you need Sugarbush lodging for one or fifteen, there’s something that will suit your needs. With a little planning in advance, you can ensure that your vacation is the best you have ever had.