Jay Peak Condo Rental Photos and Description
2 BR, 2 BA, free lift ticket, full kitchen, fireplace, washer/dryer, sleeps 6
Jay Peak Resort 2 BR/2BA Village Condo. Ski-in/Ski-out in winter. FREE LIFT TICKET for each day of your stay! ($69 per day savings). 100 yards to the Village Chairlift and Raccoon Run! Closest village condo to the Ice Haus, Hotel Jay & Waterpark, Restaurants, Tower Bar, Tram Haus Lodge, Sleeps 6 - 1 Queen, 2 twins, 1 double pullout couch. Living Room includes 40' LCD flat screen cable TV, Free wireless High Speed Internet, VCR/DVD/CD, gas fireplace. Full kitchen. Washing machine & clothes dryer in unit. Small deck with view of the summit & slope side woods. World class Jay Peak amenities include 76 downhill trails, Hotel Jay Waterpark, Golf Course, indoor Ice Haus Olympic-Size skating rink, Taiga Fitness gym w/ indoor sauna (daily fee), many restaurants, Tram Haus Lodge, hiking trails, mountain biking, tram to summit. 20 km groomed cross-country ski trails from the Nordic Center, 5 km of snow-shoeing trails. Off-mountain restaurants nearby. Condo is in immaculate condition. This property is in the Jay Peak Condos North Village.
Golf Details: This condo includes $55 discounted greens fees for all members of your group. (reg. $79-$99) The Jay Peak Golf Course, with its wooded setting, stunning mountain and valley views, and uniquely landscaped surroundings, takes full advantage of the beauty found only in this corner of the Northeast Kingdom. The front nine sets out to the east of the base area and extends down the valley over the Jay Branch Brook. The back nine runs up into the West Bowl Area and opens up views of the mountain never before seen.
The 1st tee is approx. 500 yards from the front door of this condo.
4 sets of tees for 5,094 to 6,894 hilly, challenging yards. Back tees have a slope rating of 73.1/138. This is a challenging course for all abilities.
Course rates range from $30 to $79 depending on time of play.
Skiing - Free Lift Ticket!: Mother Nature is very good to Jay Peak. Because of the mountain’s unique location and geographical features, it gets more snow than anywhere else in New England (twice as much as many resorts). Put that together with a 2,000-ft. vertical, massive glade system and the only aerial tram in Vermont, and you have one unique resort!
Located in Northern Vermont, a short drive from the Canadian border, people come from all over to ski and ride Jay Peak. That’s partly because there's a unique philosophy about skiing and riding. Jay believes in giving visitors the freedom to explore the natural gifts of the mountain anywhere within its boundaries. The new golf course doubles as an awesome cross country trail system in the winter, only 500 yards from your doorstep!
Daily downhill lift tickets are $62 adult/ $49 junior/ $490/$39 Vermonter. Use my discounted lift tickets, or try the 581 card to save on multiple days. 2011 Rates. Ski & Stay packages are available.
Area Info: North Troy and Troy adjoin Jay to the east and are home to some of New England’s most beautiful working farms and dairy centers. This open countryside and rolling landscape is what makes Vermont so special and what separates a Jay vacation from what you’ll find at other resorts. Greater Newport is home to 10,000 residents and is the Northeast Kingdom’s “Little City on the Lake,” Lake Memphremagog, a 33-mile-long lake that extends 28 miles into Canada. Between shopping, dining, theatres, pizzerias and ice-cream shops, Newport is the perfect place to spend a day exploring on your Jay Peak vacation. Travel just a few miles north of Jay Peak and you’ll discover the Eastern Townships of Canada. The Townships are a collection of small communities most founded by the United Empire Loyalists in the late 1800s, with a favorable exchange rate and friendly locals. Montgomery Center at the base of Jay Peak to the West is a great small town for restaurants, antiquing, and last-minute supplies.
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair inaccessible
About Joe Guterl
We have enjoyed this condo since 2006. We now have a 2 year old son, and twins born in August, 2014, so we're not sure how much skiing we'll be doing this winter.
Joe Guterl purchased this condo in 2006
Why Joe Guterl chose Jay Peak
Clare spent her summers growing up in Vermont at Lake Willoughby, and has been skiing at Jay Peak since she was a little girl. We wanted to have a place to call our own for our family.