Equinox Golf Resort & Spa is truly a four-seasons resort. You won’t run out of things to do here, with a world-class spa, golf course, and even fly fishing, there is something for everyone. Located in Manchester Village, Vermont, you are in the heart of everything outdoors: skiing, hiking, sight-seeing, and just relaxing. You have several lodging choices: the Charles Orvis Inn, the 1811 House (where Abraham Lincoln’s granddaughter once lived), a townhome, or the Dormy House. And when it’s time to eat, there are no shortages of dining experiences on the premises. Choose from the Chop House, Marsh Tavern, Falcon Bar, Dormy Grill, or the Colonnade. Equinox is the perfect place to get away from it all and enter a world of luxury and comfort. Located at 3567 Main Street Route 7A, Manchester Village, VT.Yankee Magazine September 2005The Equinox Golf Resort & Spa, Vermont’s lone surviving grand resort hotel, received a first-class restoration some 20 years ago. The great colonnaded porch remains, fronting a property in which no modern luxury is overlooked. There’s a challenging 18-hole golf course, plus schools of falconry and all-terrain driving on-site. The informal Marsh Tavern ($$-$$$) is open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Located at 3567 Main Street Route 7A, Manchester Village, VT.Yankee Magazine May 2003Manchester doesn’t lack for inns; the Equinox Golf Resort & Spa is veddy British in character, from its small dark pub to the chintz and tartans in its elegant manor-house rooms. Located at 3567 Main St., Rte. 7A, Manchester Village, VT;802-362-1811.Yankee Magazine September 1997
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