Colorado Ski Bed And Breakfasts

Colorado Ski Bed And Breakfasts

Colorado, Getaways, Holiday Lodging Select Registry – December 14, 2012

If your idea of a great vacation involves snow, skis, and the sun’s rays on snow laden slopes, then a ski trip vacation is just the thing. Think snow, light, fluffy, powder, soft landings, groomed trails, deep bowls, low humidity and high frequency glittery days with perfect conditions. Think cozy nights, warm fires, hot spring pools, exceptional dining, and a big comfortable bed. Then think no more – time to book a vacation at an amazing bed and breakfast – skier style.

The Bentwood Inn

Jackson Hole Wyoming is known for its slopes, and few hotels or inns in Jackson Hole offer the unrivaled character and qualities found at the Bentwood Inn. The Inn is situated in a beautiful wooded setting, beyond the majestic Teton Mountains and across from a tree-lined path leading to the Snake River. It was constructed in 1995 with massive 200 year old logs from Yellowstone National Park after the great fire of 1988. The Inn is an architectural marvel that ignites the senses with its natural beauty. This is the place you are looking for.

There is more than 6,000 square feet of luxurious space, including a three-story river rock fireplace in the Great Room. The large, expansive decks are perfect for relaxing and socializing in warm weather. And each of the five guest rooms has a private deck and fireplace. The Bentwood breakfast begins with fresh brewed coffee, baking bread, something sizzling on the griddle, fresh seasonal fruits, and bowls of berries. Guests are treated to a different menu each morning with fresh, organic and locally raised ingredients in season. Each week on Tuesday and Saturday the Bentwood Inn chef offers a fresh, seasonal dinner with three to four courses, specially prepared and served family style.

The Bentwood Inn is centrally located six miles from the world famous Jackson Hole Ski Area at Teton Village and the south entrance to Grand Teton National Park.  It is six miles from the town of Jackson and twelve miles from the Jackson Hole Airport.  It is a spectacularly scenic sixty-five mile drive through the National Elk Refuge and Grand Teton National Park to the south entrance to Yellowstone National Park.  Any way you come and anywhere you go - nature and beauty rule.

Skiing at Jackson Hole

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort offers visitors one of the best ski and snowboard experiences in the world. Known for the steep terrain; consistent fall line; deep, light powder and endless backcountry, Jackson Hole also allows beginners and intermediates to excel at their own pace on a variety of groomed runs, as well as open bowls. Jackson Hole Mountain Resort offers an array of winter activities including:

•    Skiing and Snowboarding
•    Nordic Skiing – Cross-country
•    Heli-Skiing - off-trail, downhill skiing that is accessed by a helicopter, not a ski lift. Skiing in nature, un-manipulated by man.
•    Sleigh Rides
•    Dog Sledding
•    Snow Cat Skiing
•    Snow Shoeing
•    Snow Kite Boarding – done with either skis or snowboard: add wind and a kite.

Snow King Resort

Jackson's 'Town Hill' Snow King Resort is also the oldest ski resort in Wyoming. In addition to its convenient location, Snow King is a magnet for racers - especially for national teams training early season. 'The King' offers the only night skiing in the area, and 'King Tubes,' their snow tubing park, is a must-do activity for all ages.

With adjacent slopes to choose from, the beauty and charm of the Bentwood Inn at Jackson Hole is a skier’s delight, as beautiful as the Teton Mountains and National Parks that surround it.  Don’t miss it.

Three Mountain Inn

Take a skier’s dream trip from Wyoming to New England. Southern Vermont is home to some of the best ski resorts in New England, and New England is synonymous with snow and winter’s beauty. Vermont in winter is magnificent. The crystal clear skies present astonishing starry nights. One can drive along half-frozen rivers on meandering roads that lead to historic snow covered villages and majestic mountains. Located in the small, unspoiled village of Jamaica in Southern Vermont, the Three Mountain Inn is a perfect choice for a skier’s dream vacation.

Set among the Green Mountains, the Three Mountain Inn overlooks the woodlands and trails of Jamaica State Park and is just minutes away from Stratton, Bromley and Magic Mountain Ski areas. With its wide-planked pine "King's Wood" walls and massive center chimney with multiple fireplaces, the Three Mountain Inn has an abundance of history and a sense of warmth and inviting luxury.

Whether enjoying a romantic dinner in the award winning restaurant, relaxing by one of the many fireplaces, indulging in a three-course breakfast, or exploring the various outdoor possibilities, the Three Mountain Inn will revive the senses.  The Inn boasts twelve rooms and one cottage which include pine-planked walls, antique furniture, four-poster featherbeds, and views of the Green Mountains. From four to five o’clock in the evening, hot cider and crackers with Vermont cheddar are served beside the fireplace, and a five-course prix fixe menu is available each night in the highly regarded restaurant. The finest cuisine, an extensive wine list, and personalized service complete the dining experience.

Skiing and the Three Mountain Inn

Guests at the Three Mountain Inn have their choice of three mountain resorts for skiing: Stratton, Bromley and Magic Mountain.

Stratton Mountain Skiing

Stratton Mountain offers the best skiing conditions in Vermont and is committed to delivering the best skiing and snowboarding experience in New England. Fourteen lifts including a high-speed base-to-summit gondola and four six-passenger lifts, 90% snowmaking, and 2,003 feet of vertical. Snowmobiling, snowshoeing and cross country skiing are also offered. Stratton also offers ski packages.

Bromley Mountain Skiing

Jamaica, Vermont and the Three Mountain Inn are right in the middle of ski country, and in addition to Stratton Bromley, and Magic are all within a ten to fifteen mile radius. Bromley Mountain now boasts 43 trails woven through 163 acres of state and national forest, serviced by ten lifts. Bromley is comprised of mostly intermediate and beginner runs. Advanced areas are at East Meadow; intermediate areas are at West Meadow. Snowboarders should checkout Jib Park. It has fat bumps, rails, spines, slides and spools -- all the elements for thrill-seeking boarders.

Magic Mountain Skiing

Magic Mountain in Londonderry is a true renaissance of the old-fashioned Vermont mountain area experience. Many skiers and riders in the know consider Magic to be one of southern Vermont's last unspoiled winter destinations. The mountain has become the best kept secret in Vermont with ski and snowboard areas offering some of the most challenging terrain in the East and serving up specials and prices that simply can not be beat. Although the area is renowned for its expert terrain, beginner and intermediate skiers/riders need not be afraid; there are plenty of runs that are maintained with meticulous grooming and snowmaking. The area prides itself on its learning and development programs for all levels. Furthermore, the AlaKazam Tubing Park is enjoyed by young and old alike.

Ski into a Bed and Breakfast

The perfect getaway ski vacation is just a booking away, whether in the reaches of Jackson Hole or New England’s amazing Vermont Green Mountains. What are you waiting for? Check out our full list of inns in Vermont.

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