Castle Hill Resort and Spa

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2020 Historic Hotels of America Awards of Excellence

Distinctive & Notable

Presidential

Presidential

Ghosts

Ghosts

Memorabilia

Memorabilia

Gardens

Gardens

Tucked in the Green Mountains of Vermont, this country house was once the dream of Alan Miller Fletcher, who served as governor of Vermont from 1912 until 1915. Locally quarried stone graces its façade, while intricately carved California redwood and ornamental plasterwork bring warmth and elegance throughout the interior. Castle Hill was even the first home in the state to be fully wired for electricity. Each floor was also outfitted with nickel-plated faucets that would accommodate a hose in the event of fire. The structure has retained many of Fletcher’s desired architectural elements, including the grand staircase, original wallpaper, and Tiffany light fixtures.

Location Map

Take a day to explore Okemo State Forest, the greater Green Mountain National Forest, and Buttermilk Falls for swimming and relaxation.

Discover

Discover the history of this English Cotswold-style mansion.

Explore

Explore the Calvin Coolidge Homestead.

Experience

Experience Billings Farm.

Taste

Taste classic Vermont cheese at the Plymouth Cheese factory.

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