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Castle Hill Resort and Spa

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Castle Hill Resort and Spa

Castle Hill Resort and Spa is one of the most elegant and romantic luxury resorts in Vermont, with a timeless, Old-World charm surrounded by beautiful gardens and the majestic pine forests of the Green Mountains.

A member of Historic Hotels of America and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, our Inn attracts couples and groups seeking cozy rooms with wood floors, superb dining and exquisite amenities that include a pool, an award-winning spa and an enchanting Library with a piano and fireplace.

The Historic Mansion features 10 individually decorated guest rooms. Also on the resort grounds, the condominiums feature one, two and three bedroom layouts with spacious living areas and gourmet kitchens. Relax by our heated outdoor pool. All are welcome to enjoy cocktails by the fire in the Castle library. Escape to a world of wellness at the Aveda Concept Spa, featuring indulgent spa treatments, a state-of-the-art fitness center, private classes and personal training and a heated outdoor pool and hot tub that are open year round.

On your next trip to Vermont, discover the classic New England splendor, romance and delight of Castle Hill Resort and Spa.


Location highlights:

Proctorsville is a village located in the town of Cavendish, in Windsor County of the Southern Windsor County region. The village was named for Captian Leonard Proctor, a Revolutionary War veteran who moved his family to the area in the early 1780’s from Massachusetts.

Hiking in fall demands a visit to the top of Stratton Mountain. A fire tower at the summit is open to the public, providing a gorgeous panorama of red, yellow and orange New England foliage. Another major landmark is Camel’s Hump, the most recognizable mountain in Vermont. It’s distinguished by its hump-shaped summit, located 175 kilometers north of Stratton. Mount Mansfield is about 42 kilometers north of Camel’s Hump. As the largest mountain in Vermont (1,339 meters high), Mount Mansfield boasts peaks ideal for ardent hikers and contains a significant amount of alpine terrain from the ice age.


Relax and reconnect with Mother Nature!


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