Bridgewater Corners Vacation Rentals

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About Bridgewater Corners

Lush mountains, three world-class ski resorts, and quaint New England architecture merge in the charming village of Bridgewater Corners, one of south-central Vermont's many hidden gems. Nestled just a stone's throw from some of the state's most popular attractions - yet boasting a country sense of seclusion and privacy - a stay in one of our Bridgewater Corners vacation rentals combines the best of both worlds into a New England getaway you'll never want to end.

Where is Bridgewater Corners, VT?

Bridgewater Corners is a hamlet within the scenic town of Bridgewater, tucked along the burbling, shallow Ottauquechee River. It lies about halfway between historic Woodstock and the popular Killington Ski Resort.

Things to Do in Bridgewater Corners, VT

A peaceful scattering of homes along US-4, Bridgewater's tiny size (pop. 900) makes it the perfect destination for anyone seeking a quiet home base while exploring the surrounding towns and scenery. The nearby 21,500 acre Coolidge National Forest is home to tumbling waterfalls, fields of wildflowers, and miles of hiking trails, while Emerald Lake to the south offers a tranquil respite from the summer heat. Due east, the charming town of Woodstock is home to maple syrup farms, handsome Colonial homes, and a truly breathtaking display of foliage in autumn.

Bridgewater's proximity to both Killington Ski Resort (13 miles), Pico Mountain (15 miles), and Okemo Mountain Resort (19 miles) also makes it perfect for a winter getaway. Skiers and snowboarders will delight in the narrow runs and snowy vistas, while those who prefer a more low-key excursion can bundle up for a sleigh ride, snowshoe tour, or scenic gondola ride up the mountain. 

Whether you're planning a romantic winter escape or a summertime retreat with your family and friends, our Bridgewater Corners vacation homes offer the perfect combination of excitement and relaxation. Book your reservation today!

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