Quaint and quintessentially New England, Woodstock is a place where historic antiquity blends perfectly with small-town life. Described as “The Prettiest Small Town in America”, Woodstock is one of the most well-preserved historic villages in the United States.
Visitors delight in the bustling downtown area with its intimate cafes, hidden side streets, and the lush rolling countryside and farmland that surround it. Historic inns, restaurants, quaint shops and art galleries offer wonderful reasons to stay! Just down the road is Quechee Village with its awesome natural attraction, traditional charm, accommodations, and dining.
The autumn leaves create a Vermont fall foliage display that is unparalleled elsewhere in New England. Autumn is the perfect time for hiking in the area. Skiing, snowshoeing, hockey, curling, viewing the Snow Sculpture Contest are just some of the winter options.