Sweet Retreat Guesthouse and Sugarworks






Sweet Retreats and Special Events


Syrup Sales

Etched Bottles

Our Oxen!







Area Attractions

In addition to our 400 acres and our 7 miles of trails, there
are a number of fine area attractions nearby.

We are convenient to
Norwich University, where 
both Military and Traditional
students train for their future.

Click HERE to visit Norwich

Montpelier, Vermont is home to our state capital, and an interesting place to visit.

Click HERE to visit Montpelier

Barre, Vermont boasts one of the most impressive quarries in America.  Rock of Ages offers narrated quarry tours June to mid-October.

Click HERE to visit
the world's largest granite quarry

In Waterbury, en route to Stowe, be sure to stop by Ben & Jerry's for Vermont's famous ice cream and a factory tour.

Click HERE to visit Ben & Jerry's

Nearby Stowe is a 4 seasons resort with world class skiing and a beautiful mountain village filled with interesting shops and restaurants.

Click HERE to visit Stowe

Sugarbush Resort, located in the scenic Mad River Valley in Waitsfield, is a half hour west of us - with more world class ski terrain, plus 4-seasons appeal.

Click HERE to visit Sugarbush Resort

And we should mention that the soaring at Sugarbush Airport is also world class - 

Click HERE to visit Sugarbush Soaring

Chandler music hall and art gallery in nearby Randolph, Vermont, 15 minutes south of the guesthouse, offers musical events, plays, and festivals throughout the year. 

Click HERE to visit
 Chandler Center for the Arts.

In Barre, just ten minutes east of the guesthouse, learn about Vermontís unique granite heritage housed in a turn-of-the-century granite manufacturing plant.

Click HERE to visit the museum.

There's a lot more, obviously, but the above are a small sample of interesting places to visit less than an hour's drive from our Guesthouse.

For local events, which are seasonal, see our Packages and Local Events page.





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