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Holiday Inn Club Vacations MOUNT ASCUTNEY RESORT

485 Hotel Road
Brownsville, VT 05037
Nightly Rates: ($161.00 - $229.00)
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating: 4 of 5 stars
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Relax and unplug at Holiday Inn Club Vacations Mount Ascutney Resort in Brownsville, Vermont. The peaceful resort is perfect for couples getaways and fun outdoor family vacations. Enjoy spacious condo-style 1, 2, and 3-bedroom accommodations from 970 to 1,600 square feet, including two-story villas. Youll love the spacious living room and full kitchen complete with cookware and dining table with tableware. Laundry facilities are conveniently located throughout the property for your convenience. Daily housekeeping services are not available and there is a nominal fee for towel exchanges. Wi-Fi and parking are free! The resort has everything needed for quality vacations. Enjoy indoor and outdoor pools, Sidewinder's Arcade, racquetball, and tennis courts. The Climb Fitness Center offers the latest exercise equipment, group fitness, yoga, basketball court, and massage services. Explore the natural beauty of Vermont with hiking and biking trails near the resort. Panoramic views are found from the top of Mt. Ascutney State Park. Enjoy rafting, backpacking, kayaking, and viewing fall foliage. Skiing and snowboarding are available at nearby Mt. Sunapee and Killington. Discover the quaint towns of Quechee, Woodstock and Windsor. Five public golf courses are within a 15-45 minute drive. Popular nearby attractions include Harpoon Brewery, Quechee Gorge, Simon Pearce restaurant and glassblowers, Billings Farm & Museum, Sugarbush Farm and more.

Check In:  4:00 PM
Check Out:  10:00 AM

Native currency:  American Dollars
Number of floors:  4
Number of rooms:  80
Number of suites:  133
Time zone:  GMT


The Maple Kitchen: At The Maple Kitchen, we are proud of everything our beautiful state has to offer. We do our best to give you a taste of Vermont's bounty with every bite and sip. From berries picked down the road by local growers to meats and cheeses procured from Green


Fitness center on-site
Indoor pool
Outdoor pool
Childrens's program - Nightly complimentary movies are offered in the Alpine theater with free popcorn. Swim, enjoy the arcade, playground, games, racquetball, basketball, tennis, hiking, and mountain biking.

Room Info:

Cribs, Stereo, DVD player, Color television, Satellite television, Air conditioning individually controlled in room, Coffee/Tea maker, Full kitchen, Toaster oven, Microwave, Refrigerator, Refrigerator with ice maker, Dishwasher, Oven, Stove, Cups/glassware, Silverware/utensils, Pots and pans, Ironing board, Safe, Separate closet, Desk with lamp, Sofa bed, Bathtub, Hairdryer, Private bathroom, Voice mail
3 bedroom villa with 2 king 1 queen: TV
deluxe room: TV
standard king room: TV
2 bedroom villa with 1 king 1 queen: TV
1 bedroom villa with 1 queen bed: TV
standard room: TV
3 bedroom villa 1 king 2 full 2 twin: TV

Meeting Facilities:

Mountain View Ballroom: Located off of the main dining room with beautiful views of the mountain and dance floor. While the Mountain View Ball Room is typically used for banquets, wedding receptions, and parties, we have the ability to provide video equipment as needed.
Conference Room: The conference room is perfect for conducting small meetings in a boardroom setting. Located on the third floor of the Wyndam Building, it provides privacy and convenience. A projector and screen are available for use and refreshments can be provided.

Hotel Amenities:

(additional fees may apply to certain amenities)

  • ATM/Cash machine
  • Cocktail lounge
  • Gift/News stand
  • Indoor pool
  • Non-smoking
  • Parking
  • Shops and commercial services
  • Transportation services - local area
  • Accessible facilities
  • Concierge desk
  • Grocery shopping service available
  • Interior corridors
  • On-Site parking
  • Public area air conditioned
  • Storage space
  • Wireless internet connection
  • Barbeque grills
  • Direct dial telephone
  • High speed internet connection
  • Live entertainment
  • Onsite laundry
  • Restaurant
  • Sundry/Convenience store
  • Wireless internet connection in public areas
  • Car rental desk
  • Free parking
  • Ice machine
  • Meeting rooms
  • Outdoor pool
  • Safe deposit box
  • Transportation

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MarketplaceGrab a cup of coffee, snack, rent a DVD or a few conveniences for your stay at this onsite convenience store.

Simon Pearce Glass & RestaurantThe renowned Simon Pearce gallery in nearby Windsor features artisan glassblowers using traditional techniques to create some of the finest pieces in the country. Watch how beautiful glassware and art pieces are made on a tour of the workshop, then shop t

Quechee Gorge VillageAfter exploring the beauty of Quechee Gorge, don't miss this unique collection of shops. You could spend all day in Vermont's largest antique store, and the kids will love the Vermont Toy and Train Museum. Plus, grab delectable treats from the Ottauqueche

Woodstock VermontWords like "romantic", "magical" and "historic" are often used to describe this quaint village that has been called "the prettiest small town in America." First settled in 1768, Woodstock retains the elegant charm and rugged character of Vermont antiquity

Vermont Country StoreFor more than 50 years, it has remained stocked to the rafters with Vermont cheeses, penny candy and classic brands from the past. Spend a leisurely afternoon exploring the 86 surrounding acres, grist mill, water wheel museum and Christmas tree farm.


AMTRAK Station - NMW


Manchester Airport

Bradley International Airport

Boston Logan International Airport

Quechee GorgeVermont s deepest gorge, known affectionately as Vermont s Grand Canyon, looks down 165 over the Ottauquechee River. The beautiful scenery is favorite stop for many visitors and is best viewed from the bridge along Rt. 4. When weather permits, there ar

Simon Pearce GlassThe renowned Simon Pearce gallery in nearby Windsor features artisan glassblowers using traditional techniques to create some of the finest pieces in the country. Watch how beautiful glassware and art pieces are made on a tour of the workshop, then shop t

Sugarbush FarmTo get a taste of Vermont s historic rural past, you don t have to go farther than Woodstock. Sugarbush Farm is a four-season operation is known for its cheese, maple syrup and other natural Vermont-made food. Walk the sugar maple trails, visit the farm a

Billings Farm & MuseumBillings Farm & Museum, an operating dairy farm, ramps up in spring with activities and special family events starting in late April. Throughout the year, also enjoy special events, historic exhibits, an 1890 restored farmhouse and more. The museum is dev

Saint Gaudens National Historic SiteAugustus Saint-Gaudens was the first sculptor to design an American coin, the 1907 $20 gold piece. His home Aspet and beautiful estate in nearby New Hampshire, trails and gardens are now a National Historic Site. View beautiful sculpture and artwork, le

Woodstock VTEverything you love about Vermont words like "romantic", "magical" and "historic" are often used to describe this quaint village that has been called "the prettiest small town in America". First settled in 1768, Woodstock retains the elegant charm and ru

Windsor VTWindsor is a small town rich with history, unspoiled scenery and community spirit that continues Vermont traditions and cultural, educational and recreational opportunities abound.

Mount Ascutney State ParkThe park has 39 wooded tent/trailer sites and 10 lean-to sites that are arranged within two camp loops. Each loop has a rest room providing modern plumbing and hot showers ($). There is a sanitary dump station for RV's, but no hookups. There is a small pi

American Precision MuseumThe Museum preserves the heritage of the mechanical arts, celebrates the ingenuity of our mechanical forebears, and explores the effects of their work on our everyday lives. The American Precision Museum, housed in the original Robbins & Lawrence Armory,

Montshire Museum of ScienceThis hands-on museum is located in Norwich on a 1110-acre site on the Connecticut River. It features more than 125 permanent exhibits on the natural and physical sciences, ecology and technology, as well as nationally touring and featured exhibitions. An

Harpoon Brewery & RestaurantFor lovers of craft bews, the Harpoon Brewery is for you. The facility offers 45-minute tours tours of their brewery (Fri - Sun., 21+ yrs. ) and free samples, plus a retail store and restaurant onsite open daily. Throughout the year they also host many fu

Dartmouth College - Hood Museum of ArtThe Hood Museum of Art hosts 65,000 pieces and is free and open to the public. It has been collecting art since 1772, just three years after the founding of the college. It is among the oldest and largest museum of any college or university in the country

The Vermont Raptor CenterThe Vermont Institute of Natural Science Nature Center is New England's leading raptor care and educational facility, offering visitors a rare insight into the lives and abilities of over 20 species of birds of prey, including hawks, as well as vultures a

Wilgus State ParkThe land that Wilgus State Park consists of was given to the state of Vermont in 1933 by Colonel and Mrs. William Wilgus for the creation of Wilgus State Park. The original park, constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps, consisted of a picnic area w

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