Deals in Rutland

Wine-and-Cheese Tasting for Two or Four with Souvenir Glasses at Oliva Vineyards (Up to 55% Off)

Oliva Vineyards

Fort Edward

Five wines are paired with five cheeses and accompanied by fruits, crackers, and souvenir wineglasses

$32 $16

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American Cuisine for Dinner for Two or Four at East Cove Restaurant (Up to 56% Off)

East Cove Restaurant

Lake George

New york strip steaks, caramelized salmon with a smoky maple glaze, and wiener schnitzel in a log-cabin restaurant in the Adirondacks

$60.97 $29

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Wine, Cheese, and Chocolate Pairing for Two or Four at Ledge Rock Hill Winery (Up to 62% Off)

Ledge Rock Hill Winery

Saratoga County

Enjoy a tasting and food pairing in a room that has almost as much character as the majestic mountain woods that surround it

$30 $12

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Five-Punch Card for Sandwiches or Smoothies, or $15 for $30 Worth of Baked Goods at Sweetie Pies Bakery

Sweetie Pies Bakery

Fort Edward

Fruit smoothies, sandwiches, and treats such as huge cookies and Boston cream-filled cupcakes

$39.95 $16

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Two Entrees or Three-Course Prix Fixe Dinner for Two at Rare Earth WIne Bar (Up to 55% Off)

Rare Earth WIne Bar

Glens Falls

Pair reds and whites from all over the globe with a rack of lamb, steak bordelaise, or gluten-free options

$64 $29

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Wine, Cheese, Chocolate, and Souvenir Glasses for Two at The Saratoga Winery & Tasting Room (Up to 54% Off)

The Saratoga Winery & Tasting Room

Milton

Sip on five handcrafted wines and snack on gourmet chocolate, crackers, and cheese at an Adirondack-style tasting bar

$35 $16

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Property Location
Located in Rutland, Best Western Plus Inn & Suites Rutland/Killington is in a rural location and within the vicinity of Norman Rockwell Museum and Vermont State Fairgrounds. This hotel is within the vicinity of Pine Hill Park and Pico Mountain at Killington Ski Resort.

Rooms
Make yourself at home in one of the 112 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and microwaves. Windows open for fresh air and mountain views. Wired and wireless Internet access is complimentary, while video-game consoles and cable programming provide entertainment. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers.

Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Be sure to enjoy recreational amenities, including an outdoor pool, an outdoor tennis court, and a fitness facility. Additional amenities include complimentary wireless Internet access, a concierge desk, and an arcade/game room.

Dining
A complimentary continental breakfast is served daily.

Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include complimentary high-speed (wired) Internet access, a 24-hour business center, and express check-in. Free self parking is available onsite.

1 U.S. 4
Rutland,
VT
US

Sculpted through scenic mountainside terrain, Green Mountain National Golf Course spans 6,589 yards of arching fairways and multi-tiered greens. Engulfed by dense tree lines and rising mountain faces, the course's narrow fairways call for a cautious approach, and those boldly teeing off with a driver or 17th-century musket may end up hacking their second shot out of the woodsy rough. As golfers traverse the course, elevated tees, greens, and cresting fairways give way to panoramic views, letting golfers glimpse the contoured terrain and drink in ancient rock formations shaped by glaciers and the species of colossal paleontologists that ruled the continent prior to their extinction. A full-length driving range, short game practice area, and putting green fine tune players' club-wielding prowess, and a fully stocked pro shop offers up equipment and gear to help guests loop the links in style. Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 71 course * Length of 6,589 yards from the farthest tees * Course rating of 72.1 from the farthest tees * Slope rating of 138 from the farthest tees * Five tee options

Barrows-Towne Rd.
Killington,
VT
US

Killington Peak soars more than 4,000 feet high, giving it the longest vertical drop in New England. While naturally a major ski destination, the mountain keeps visitors active in warmer months too, with championship golfing as well as wine and music festivals, hiking, and disc golf. The North Star Lodge encourages exploration in any season by helping wanderers set up base camp in its resort and using its outdoor pool—heated to a steamy 102 degrees year-round—to soothe snow-swept muscles and ward off abominable snowmen trying to show off their water wings. Accommodations range from traditional hotel rooms to jacuzzi suites, but all include complimentary HBO and WiFi. Before heading outside to the picnic area or free shuttle to Killington's base, where barbecue grills nestle amid pine groves, guests can head to the lobby for free coffee and tea, served fresh 24 hours a day.

78 Weathervane Dr
Killington,
VT
US

SPECTACULAR VIEWS THE CASCADES LODGE AWARD WINNINGRESTAURANT IS LOCATED ADJACENT TO THE LIFTS AT KILLINGTON.OUR RESORT HOTEL OFFERS 45 IMMACULATELY CLEAN, AND FULLYAPPOINTED ROOMS AND SUITES, ALL WITH VIEWS. OUR AMENITIESINCLUDE AN INDOOR HEATED SWIMMING POOL, SUNDECK, HOT TUB,SAUNA, EXERCISE ROOM AND MASSAGE THERAPIST. OUR FRIENDLYWOODEN NICHOL LOUNGE SERVES AN EXCELLENT SELECTION OF BEER,FAVORITE COCKTAILS AND FINE WINES. ENJOY ALL THE SEASONALACTIVITIES SKIING/RIDING, CHAMPIONSHIP GOLF, AND KILLINGTONS OUTDOOR ADVENTURE CENTER.

58 Old Mill Rd
Killington,
VT
US

SilveradoVermont offers an eclectic mix of artisan and designer jewelry in silver and gold both at our Vermont location and online at www.SilveradoVermont.com. Free gift wrapping and personalized customer service! Beautiful bridal jewelry and wedding party gifts. Popular designers such as Satya, Anna Beck and more.

4776 Main Street
Manchester Center,
VT
US

Fort Ticonderoga and its surrounding grounds are like one big history book. Following its construction by the French in 1755, the strategic military outpost was conquered first by the British and then by American forces?marking one of their earliest victories during the Revolutionary War. After independence was secured, Fort Ticonderoga became one of the country's earliest tourist destinations, and one that continues to draw visitors today.

  • Size: 2,000 acres surrounded by mountains and the waters of Lake Champlain and Lake George
  • Eye Catcher: the staff, who dons the garb of Revolutionary soldiers from the Fourth Pennsylvania Battalion
  • Permanent Mainstays: 18th-century weapons including America's largest 18th-century cannon collection, everyday objects from soldiers, large collection of 18th and 19th century art.
  • Crown Jewel: the King's Garden, where flowers surround brick walls and walkways, off of which shaded tables let patrons enjoy a quiet picnic
  • The Building: the main exhibitions occupy 10,000 sq. ft. of a restored 1756 soldiers' barrack
  • Outdoor Activities: walk a trail up Mount Defiance for a birds-eye view of the fort or rent a canoe to view it from the water
  • Special Events: regular drum corps performances and nighttime firings of 18th-century artillery
100 Fort Ticonderoga Rd
Ticonderoga,
NY
US