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My family and I spent three nights in one of the two bedroom cottages. The cottage was very nice - a king bed in the master bedroom downstairs with a bathroom and laundry room, main floor had a small kitchen, bathroom and living room, upstairs...More
I have spent a weekend with friends, we booked a condo including a round of golf. Condo was very clean and all we needed. The golf course is spectacular and difficult. Views are amazing while playing golf.
Great, great place not to expensive.
I will never forget my vacation in this resort. The people are super nice. The resort is very clean. The people are very warm and helpful. The mountains are very beautiful. You feel that you are right in the middle of the forest but living...More
We are staying at Jay Peak currently. August 21-25th at the Golf Club Cottages.
First the good. Overall food, waterpark, trams and views were amazing.
Now the WORST. $500 a night and it seems like a cheap motel, cigarette and beer cans left outside, bugs...More
4 Thank Quinn M
Response from pearlybakerbest, General Manager at Jay Peak ResortResponded 10 October 2017
Sorry to hear about your troubles Quinn. Certainly not the standard of service we aspire to (nor, in general, achieve as given other reviews here). Would love to talk more if you're so inclined. firstname.lastname@example.org
Regards and apologies
I grew up on the resort and while it's no longer the small mountain I once knew, it hasn't lost a bit of it's charm and small-town feel. We live in New Jersey now (city folk, I guess you could call us), but when we...More
The place is not as busy in the summer as the winter, and that is just fine. Gondola ride or hike to the rugged treeless summit for a 360 degree view of Canada and northern Vermont. Vermont’s “Long Trail” goes over the top... More
The place is not as busy in the summer as the winter, and that is just fine. Gondola ride or hike to the rugged treeless summit for a 360 degree view of Canada and northern Vermont. Vermont’s “Long Trail” goes over the top as well, and miles in either direction. Or use the awesome waterpark, or the golf course where you’ll lose track of your ball watching the views. Also, an ice rink, arcade, and now a recreation center with movie theater, climbing wall and more. Three nice restaurants on site, with more nearby.