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Make Plymouth your next getaway—choose from 7 great vacation rentals

Looking to stay somewhere beautiful and calm with easy access to Okemo Mountain Resort? Book one of our charming Plymouth vacation rentals and take it easy in this scenic, historically significant town in Vermont for your next trip.

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Plymouth vacation rentals for every getaway

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Cozy in Plymouth 3D Tour
3 Bed | 2 Bath | Sleeps 8

Cozy in Plymouth - Plymouth, VT

From $169
Amherst Lake Cozy Cottage 3D Tour
3 Bed | 1.5 Bath | Sleeps 6

Amherst Lake Cozy Cottage - Plymouth, VT

From $116
Birch Landing #16 3D Tour
4 Bed | 3 Bath | Sleeps 8

Birch Landing #16 - Plymouth, VT

From $300
Easy Living 3D Tour
4 Bed | 2 Bath | Sleeps 9

Easy Living - Plymouth, VT

From $114
Hawk Pond Lodge 3D Tour
4 Bed | 2.5 Bath | Sleeps 11 (8 Adults Max)

Hawk Pond Lodge - Plymouth, VT

From $400

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Recent Plymouth vacation rental reviews

This is a very nicely situated, beautifully constructed home for a larger group. We went with our two small children and a couple with their child and it worked very well. We could've fit many more. Solid amenities and an easy drive from the Camp Plymouth park, as well as Ludlow, Plymouth, and Okemo, which was great. Walkable to the water and boat launch, but no real dock anymore and didn't seem swimmable. Overall, fairly simple set-up, but had all that we needed.
Bernard J. | Aug 2021
We had a great stay in this quiet, cosy well-equipped home. The kitchen was easy to cook in, the two living room spaces were very comfortable, the layout was great. And the location, between killington and ludlow, was super convenient!
Adi S. | Aug 2021
This was a great vacation spot. Fully stocked kitchen and very family friendly if you have kids. Like they have board games, movies, a bit of yard space, can sleep a family, etc. Location was secluded but still relatively close to the surrounding towns. Lots of fun stuff around. Only downside we had was there was no air conditioning. Still overall would recommend.
Leann S. | Aug 2021

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Where is Plymouth, VT?

Located just 12 miles north of quaint and beautiful Ludlow and 12 miles south of Killington, this small town is squarely in one of the country's best winter sports regions of Central Vermont. You don't have to go anywhere to experience the beauty of this region - it will be right out your front door.

Attractions in Plymouth, VT

There are some fun local shops to check out, like Plymouth Artisan Cheese. Stop in for a cheese tasting and watch them make cheese or seal the finished wheels in wax. Make the short drive to Coolidge State Park, the largest in Vermont, to enjoy a hike and a picnic at one of the stunning mountain vistas.

Visit the Calvin Coolidge Homestead to learn about the United States' 30th president - you can even see the room in which he was born. Knowledgeable tour guides will tell you about his life and the history of the town. Come early so you can take your time on the scenic drive!

Day Trips from Plymouth, VT

Twelve miles away is the larger town of Killington, where you can find activities like disc golf, mountain biking, and winter activities like snowboarding and sledding galore. 

Ten miles to the south is the Okemo Mountain Resort, a popular destination year-round. Whether you're interested in the Adventure Zone, the ice skating pavilion fantastic ski runs, snow tubing, or attending a wedding in the lovely event space, you're probably going to want to spend at least some time here.

Stay in one of our Plymouth vacation rentals next time you're in the area and get reacquainted with the joy of life!

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