Killington House Rental Photos and Description
4 bedrooms, plus 1 loft, 4 full baths, sleeps 16
Location, Location, Location, This home is located in the heart of Killington. Located right off the Killington Access Road, within walking distance to restaurants, night clubs, Killington Market, ski shops and shuttle stop. Approx. 2 miles to Killington Base Lodge. 'A' frame with large addition, two levels with open living space each with new flat screen TVs, and a cozy loft on the third level. Huge kitchen with two large dining tables, all new appliances. Bar area and washer & dryer. New game room with ping pong table, darts,poker. Large parking area and beautiful deck for magnificent views and enjoying Apres Ski!! This home is great for families or a large group to enjoy all four seasons.The outdoor jacuzzi are perfect for you to relax in after a long day on the slopes. Enjoy the beautiful sun splash deck or sit around the campfire and roast marshmallows or sip a glass of wine
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- children welcome
- non smoking only
Guestbook comments from the owner
A group of 15 friends decided to head up to Killington, VT for New Years 2010. I expected this to be a fun trip but it turned out to be the best New Year's that any of us has ever had. My family has been going up to Killington since I was 5 years old so I knew, geographically, where I wanted us to be - close to the mountain, close to food shopping, close to bars and restaurants. The Tuck-it-Inn had all of this and more. When you walk in, your first thought is, "Wow, this is a lot of space!" The kitchen area is extremely spacious, which is great for a large group (and all of the appliances work!). The bedrooms are great and there wasn't anyone without a bed in our group. The hot-tub jacuzzi in the backyard was clutch for post-skiing therapy. You could walk to Pizza Jerks (great local pizzeria) and two of the better bars in Killington, Jax and Pickle Barrel. If you call a Killington Taxi/shuttle service, they know exactly where you are and aren't confused by some obscure address in the middle of the woods. You're literally right on the main drag. Plenty of parking in the driveway for a fleet of cars so you don't have to worry about blocking the early risers who are headed to the mountain for first tracks.
Overall, I don't think there is much more you can ask from a home or a New Year's experience than the one we had at the Tuck-it-Inn. Thanks Joe!
Mark Alexander Rogers