10 Aug Autumn In New England – It’s Time to Get Ready for Vermont’s Most Spectacular Season
“For anyone who lives in the oak-and-maple area of New England, there is a perennial temptation to plunge into a purple sea of adjectives about October.” – Hal Borland
We concur with the author and naturalist Mr. Borland about the tendency to gush about autumn in the northeast corner of the U.S., but it really is that amazing!
There is good reason why every year, as September carries into October, the highways headed north, as well as the streets of Stowe, VT, bustle with visitors, here to see the majestic colors of and spectacular scenes of autumn.
It’s because it just doesn’t get more beautiful than fall in Vermont!
Below are just a few of the (unretouched!) photos taken at the height of autumn right here on the grounds of Edson Hill, we will let them speak for themselves:
Photography by Stephen SetteDucati
After a day of apple picking, cider tasting, winery tours, and pumpkin picking, tuck in at The Tavern at Edson Hill or choose from our locally curated menu in The Dining Room while enjoying expansive views of the Green Mountains ablaze in a riot of color.
Crackling Fires are the Perfect Complement to Chilly Autumn Evenings
Many of the Guest House rooms at Edson Hill offer working fireplaces, so when the crisp air of autumn days turn into chilly evenings, you can warm up with your own personal fire or take a lingering hot bath in one of our large soaking tubs.
Our Manor House rooms offer the convenience of all the amenities under one roof and a beautiful living room where you can lounge in front of a roaring fire with a good book and an evening cocktail.
Vermont’s most spectacular season is a popular one, so while you might be in the height of summer right now, it’s best to make your fall foliage plans early so you don’t miss out.
Book direct with us, and we will help you find the perfect room for you at our best rates!