Our spacious yet cozy studio is located in the heart of Smugglers Notch Resort. A great getaway for year-round fun. Easy walk to the ski lift, pool, Fun Zone, childcare & more. Our condo offers a king size bed and a new sleeper sofa with a comfortable memory foam mattress. All linens, towels, extra blankets & pillows are provided. The kitchen is well equipped and a Keurig coffee maker (with coffee). TV, DVD player, movies, and games are there for your use. Daycation passes included.
Our studio includes Daycation passes during your stay for each guest at no additional charge. This is an extraordinary value! In the summer, this means that you get your entire stay for the price of the Daycation passes (for 2 adults and 2 children) alone! See details in the Guest Access section.
Our condo is solely for guests so it is tidy, accessible and clutter-free. The king bed and full sleeper sofa comfortably sleeps four with an available cot for a fifth person.
The location is great. You're 200 steps from the base of the ski lift and 100 steps from Treasures childcare center, a walking distance to the swimming pool, and more.
In the summer, you can be through the notch and into Stowe in less than 10 minutes. (In the winter, when they close the road, it's a 40-minute drive.) It's a 45-minute drive to Burlington and 2 hours to Montreal. We love our little state and all it has to offer and want you to fall in love with it, too!
We have listed some of the benefits of the passes, but please refer to Smugg's resort (or their website) for all benefits and dates.
Winter Daycation Experience: Dec. 7th-April 7th.
A $136+/day value for an out of state family of 4 included with your stay!
- Courtside indoor heated pool & hot tubs.
- FunZone 2.0 Ozone with an inflatable slide, ping pong, shuffle board, mini golf, and more. The Fun Zone also has great Lazer Tag, American Ninja Warriors course, climbing walls for you to enjoy but you have to pay extra for them.
- Daily activities and entertainment, such as snow tubing, ice skating and hot cocoa warm-ups. Nightly entertainment for families, teens and adults.
- Daily guided walking tours.
-Discounts: Pass holders are eligible for 10% off lift tickets, ski and snowboard rental equipment, Nordic rental equipment and Treasures childcare from ages 6 weeks-3.
15% off purchases at 3 Mountain Outfitters & Snow Sport University lessons and programs.
Please know that there are exclusions on discounts during Certain holiday weeks: Christmas week, New Years week & Presidents week.
Spring Daycation Passes: April 8th - June 13th
Your Daycation Experience includes ...
Unlimited use of a heated pool
FunZone 2.0 Ozone A day at Smugglers' would not be complete without a visit to our indoor family fun center - FunZone 2.0! Take a spin on our giant inflatable slide, play shuffleboard, ping-pong, mini-golf and more!
Daily activities & evening entertainment for families — Choose from a variety of Resort activities, including tennis courts, playgrounds, mini-golf, disc golf, shuffleboard, basketball, volleyball, horseshoes, and a host of activities and attractions in the Smugglers' area.
Self-guided walking tours Take in the beauty of Vermont's Green Mountains from 2-hour nature walks to all-day summit experiences.
Disc Golf & Mini Golf — Use of our 9-hole Village Disc Golf Course and Woodland Mini Golf Course, fun for all ages!
Mountain Biking Bring your own bike or rent a mountain bike here!
All activities are weather dependent.
PLUS, these great discounts!
30% OFF full-day TREASURES child care, 6 weeks - 7 years.
20% OFF purchases at 3 Mountain Outfitters.
Summer Daycation Passes: June 14th-September 2nd
A $240+/day value family of 4 (2 adults and 2 children) included with your stay!
- 8 heated pools, 4 waterslides, fresh water swimming reservoir and 2 hot tubs.
- FunZone 2.0 Ozone with an inflatable slide and obstacle course, ping pong, shuffle board, mini golf, arcade and more.
- Daily activities for all ages. Nightly entertainment for families, teens and adults.
- Guided hikes and walks.
- Disc golf and mini golf.
- Mountain bike skills park.
Fall Daycation Passes, see this link below.
Note: Guests are required to pay a $25 resort fee upon arrival. This fee is not included in this reservation. This fee is collected by the resort.
-Ski. Ride. Bike. Hike. Tube. Swim. Eat. Relax.
-The resort says it best. www.smuggs.com.
-Plenty of dining options, plus Ben and Jerry’s!
-Mount Mansfield is great for hiking, biking, alpine skiing (at Smuggs or back-country), x-country skiing. Great hiking, biking, and skiing right from the resort.
-Go ziplining at ArborTrek, right outside the resort, or rent a canoe or kayak from Vermont Canoe and Kayak.
-In the summer, it’s a fun, 10-minute drive over the notch (keep heading up Route 108) over Mount Mansfield. Just before you get to the top, there’s a parking lot on the right that’s a great place for kids to explore boulders, caves (not really caves, but crannies between boulders), etc.
Stowe, Waterbury, and the Mad River Valley (Route 108, the shortest route between Smuggs and Stowe, is closed for the winter, usually from November through May.)
-Explore Stowe. Gawk at the luxury homes. Ride the Gondola or drive the toll road to the top of the mountain.
-Beer aficionados, stop at The Alchemist in Stowe to pick up some Heady Topper for you and your friends back home.
-From Stowe, take Route 100 south on to Waterbury and visit Cold Hollow Cider, Cabot Cheese Annex, and Ben & Jerry’s.
-If you want to extend your drive, stay on 100 south along the Mad River to charming Waitsfield and Warren. If it’s hot, take a dip at the kid-friendly swimming hole at Lareau Park before treating yourself to a creemie (what Vermonters call a soft-serve ice cream cone) at Canteen Creemie Company or one of the dozens of Creemie stands/shops you’ll pass along the way. If you're lucky enough to be here on the 4th of July, enjoy the spectacle of the Warren parade (very hippie, be prepared to cover young kids' eyes).
-Beer lovers, double your pleasure by grabbing a case of Sip of Sunshine from Lawson's Finest Liquids in Waitsfield.
-Burlington is the closest thing nearby that resembles a city. Head west on Route 15 from Jeffersonville – in about 45 minutes, you’ll be in downtown Burlington. (Your GPS will identify a few shortcuts for you.)
-Shop the pedestrian-only Church Street, filled with tourists festival-goers in the summer and lit for Christmas.
-Walk up to Battery Park and gaze across Lake Champlain.
-Visit artsy Pine Street on the South Side for unique shops and craft brews and cider and stop into the Lake Champlain Chocolate factory.
-Take a drive through the picturesque Northeast Kingdom. If you’re a foodie, you’ll have to stop at the Cellars at Jasper Hill and Hill Farmstead Brewery, both in Greensboro, to try their literally-world’s-best cheeses and beers, respectively.
-Montreal, the closest “big” city, is a two-hour drive. You’ll need passports or enhanced driver’s licenses for adults and birth certificates for kids to cross the border. Be aware that signs are in French and the locals speak it, although you’ll get on fine with English, especially in Montreal.
Besides the resort...
-Right down the road from the resort is Martell’s At The Red Fox. Good food, live music on the weekends. They have a children’s menu. They’re a dinner-only place (or late lunch), opening at 1pm, except Sundays for brunch.
-The Family Table is a little more upscale, but still kid-friendly.
-Takeout pizza and subs (and amazing cinnamon rolls!) at the Cupboard Deli & Bakery. This is our favorite for a budget-friendly meal.
-Brewster River Pub (they brew their own beer) or Moog’s Joint for pub food.
-In the summer, stop by the Burger Barn. It’s basically a food truck, but they serve the best burgers in Vermont, and it’s so close! If it’s nice, eat at their picnic tables; otherwise, it’s a short drive back to the condo. One word of warning – the line doesn’t move fast, so be prepared to wait if you see one.
A little further
-The Jericho Café and Tavern, halfway to Burlington, provides great food and atmosphere if you can get a seat.
-Lots of dining options over the mountain in Stowe or Waterbury, like Piecasso Pizzeria & Lounge for pizza and Italian, the Blue Donkey for burgers. For beer lovers, while you’re picking up your Heady Topper at The Alchemist, stop by Idyletyme Brewing for great beer and pub food. For a really special occasion, the Trapp Family Lodge is a beautiful spot (founded by the Trapp family of Sound of Music fame), or splurge at Michael’s-on-the-Hill or Hen of the Wood (but you’ll need to book your reservations well-ahead).
-Tons of options near and in Burlington.
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