Moose Meadow Lodge
& Treehouse Central
Vermont's Only Luxury Log Home B&B
Restaurants & Area Attractions
is centrally located for enjoying the area's most popular destinations,
events, activities, and entertainment. Waterbury is the gateway
to all types of recreation and is home to some of the world's
best specialty food companies. Here are just a few favorites
of our guests.
The Pitcher Inn (888-867-4824)
- A memorable romantic dining experience in a Relais &
Chateaux property, situated in the village of Warren. If you
don't mind pushing the limit on your platinum card, ask about
the exclusive private dining experience in the wine cellar. This
is a great choice for anniversaries, weddings, civil union dinners
and other special occasions.
Thai Orchid - Excellent authentic Thai dishes and drinks, open
for lunch and dinner
Main Street - Popular Italian restaurant next to the Winooski
Street Grill & Bar, Montpelier - Haute cuisine at reasonable
prices by the New England Culinary Institute (NECI)
Mountain Co-Op, drive behind Sarducci's - A grocery store &
cafe featuring health foods, international foods, organic produce,
J. Morgan's - Popular bar and steakhouse
located at the Capitol Plaza Hotel
at the Green Mountain Inn - Refined menu and clientele. Good
place for people watching.
or Snowshoeing on the Green Mountain Club's Trails
Skiing at Trapp Family Lodge
on the Vermont Association of Snow Travelers trails (permits
at the Country Club of Vermont - 802-244-1801. 2012 Rates $96-$125,
including balls and golf cart.
Biking on Perry Hill Trail in Waterbury Waterbury Area Trail Alliance Perry
Hill Trail is less than 3 miles from Moose Meadow Lodge.
We offer covered parking and a washing station for your bike.
Climbing & Adventure School 802-598-7832 website
Find Your Trail.
The Vermont African American heritage trail is just one of the
many fascinating and enjoyable things to do while you're in Vermont.
Whether you like to learn more about our beer, wine, cheese,
the Civil War, or our scenic byways, be sure to experience the
State's many cultural heritage trails. More
Greg Trulson & Willie Docto, Innkeepers
607 Crossett Hill, Waterbury, Vermont 05676