Lincoln Vacation Rentals

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About Lincoln

It’s no secret that Vermont holds something special for outdoor-lovers. Whether it’s watching the trees bursting into life in the fall, or hitting the slopes in the wintertime, our Lincoln vacation rentals have something for everyone.

Where is Lincoln, VT?

Lincoln offers everything guests dream of in a sleepy New England town. With a population of less than 2,000 people, this special place is nestled amongst some of Vermont’s tallest mountains. It’s less than an hour from both Montpelier and Burlington, if you’re interested in exploring these charming cities’ art galleries, shops, and restaurants. But our Lincoln vacation homes are best experienced for their true worth: a tranquil, quintessential Vermont getaway.

Things to do near Lincoln, VT

Arguably, the biggest draw to the area is Sugarbush Resort. This ski mecca is one of the largest in New England, boasting 16 lifts and over 550 acres of skiable terrain. It rests on Mt. Ellen, Vermont’s third-highest mountain. In the warmer months, this four-season resort is renowned for its mountain biking and hiking trails, as well as a disc golf course. If you’re more of a traditionalist with golfing, Sugarbush also features an 18-hole, par 70 golf course. The nearby Mt. Abraham offers more hiking opportunities, with sweeping panoramas of the surrounding Adirondacks, Green Mountains and White Mountains.

When you’re hungry, make the short drive to the renowned Inn at Baldwin Creek and Mary’s Restaurant. You’ll enjoy farm-to-table meals and craft beers in a cozy, historic building. The grounds are worth exploring as well, and offer cooking classes and culinary tours. And no trip would be complete without sampling the local brews—Hogback Mountain Brewing offers tasty beers in a simple, low-key setting.

After a day of exploring the nearby mountains, shops, and restaurants, return to one of our cozy Lincoln vacation rentals. Experience all that scenic Vermont has to offer. Browse our selection of homes today.