Ludlow, Vermont 05149
The Village of Ludlow, Vermont is in Windsor County. Ludlow is located in south central Vermont and was chartered in 1761 as part of the New Hampshire grants. The village of Ludlow sits at the base of what was once called “Ludlow Mountain” (now Okemo Mountain Resort) and is surrounded by farmland and granite quarries.
Castle Hill Resort and Spa, Junction of Rt. 103 & 131, Ludlow, VT 05149 | 888-764-6836
Castle Inn at Castle Hill Resort and Spa is a member of the prestigious Small Luxury Hotels Of The World, Historic Hotels Of America, and is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Luxury reigns supreme here at our elegant, full-service Vermont Inn which features a unique collection of 10 individually decorated guest rooms.
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The Echo Lake Inn, Route 100, Tyson, VT | 800-356-6844
Located just 5 minutes from Okemo in Vermont's beautiful central lakes region, the Echo Lake Inn was built in 1840 as a Victorian summer hotel. The Inn's rich heritage includes visits by President Calvin Coolidge, Henry Ford, Thomas Edison and others. 23 rooms, some with private Jacuzzi and Fireplace, and 7 condos, the Inn offers swimming pool, tennis, oversized Jacuzzi and a dock on Echo Lake with canoes and row boats. Skiing, golf, hiking, biking, and horseback riding are nearby. The restaurant has been featured in Gourmet, Bon Appetit and other magazines.
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Okemo Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce, 57 Pond Street, Ludlow, VT 05149
The Okemo Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce is located in South Central Vermont. We serve the Towns of Andover, Cavendish, known for trophy trout fishing; Chester, known for Arts & Antiques; Ludlow, home of Okemo Mountain Resort, Mount Holly famous for Cider Days; Plymouth, home to President Calvin Coolidge State historic site and Weston, home to the originalVermont Country Store. Call 802-228-5830 and let us help plan your Vermont vacation.
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Ludlow has grown and prospered in recent years due to the growth of Okemo Mountain Ski Area. Ludlow Mountain is now called Okemo Mountain home of the Okemo Mountain Resort. This four season Vermont resort attracts skiers and snowboarders to the Ludlow area. The historic New England architectural styles is still prevalent around Ludlow.
Black River Academy Museum, operated by the Black River Historical Society, provides a look into the lives of Ludlow’s early settlers. Ludlow is named after Viscount Ludlow and is home to several inns, hotels, and resort spas.
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Ludlow Town Offices: 802-228-3232
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