Sugar Season in Vermont
As we celebrate our sweetest season here in bucolic Woodstock, Vermont, wondering down Main Street offers a refreshing feeling with the emerging foliage of new born spring. In this season, we relish the tastes and smells of the world’s best maple syrup being produced right here in Vermont. Our Sugarbush Farm neighbors appreciate the process of sugaring and love to share it with our guests. And, our Spa has concocted a maple treatment just for you while the culinary team has prepared seasonal delights for all of us to enjoy.
Now we start shifting into warmer outdoor pursuits. Spring time allows us the opportunity to re-introduce our New England Falconry birds of prey and a chance to give you an experience like no other. And, as the snow and ice melt away, you will want to trek into the National Historical Park which is abounding with newfound life. We have all you want to do even if it is just relaxing in luxury.
Feel the renewing experience of Vermont's forests, fields, mountains and air — in our four seasonally signature treatments.
Luxury with so much value
Many of you have experienced our Sugar Season offerings and the amazing value we extend for you to enjoy our resort’s down to earth luxury. Sugar Season has become a staple and we want to make it an easy decision for you to escape to us again.
Who is Frederick the Eagle-Owl?
Frederick is a three year old male Eurasian Eagle-Owl. He is named after Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor, who wrote a treatise on "The Art of Hunting with Birds" (De Arte Venandi cum Avibus) in the 1240's. Frederick can be seen flying during our extended sessions at New England Falconry and he occasionally makes a visit to our lobby. Our falconers, Jessica and Greg, are eager to show off the birds this spring and offer a variety of sessions at the historic Rutherford Barn which resides in the meadows of Blake Hill.
Blooming with Benjamin
Our Master Gardener Benjamin Pauly is looking forward to preparing our Kelly Way Gardens for the season. With the introduction of the Red Barns Culinary and Garden Studios in May, Ben and Resort Executive Chef Rhys Lewis have cultivated plans to deliver incredible programming for all our guests to enjoy.
Ben has been busy with pre-season planting in our greenhouse, and he is chomping at the bit to get outdoors and get his hands dirty. With tomatoes in need of an early start and considering our 55 plus varieties required by Chef Rhys, Ben’s head start is crucial. Let Ben tell you what it is all about...
A Golf Shop second to none and a team that’s there for you
The Woodstock Country Club has been recognized once again by GolfAdvisor.com raters (that is you, the golfers) as having the #1 friendliest staff in New England and #3 in the U.S. We love this accolade more than anything else as we have so much fun serving you. Read more.
In addition, we are delighted to announce that Our Director of Golf, Matt Closter has been awarded the 2018 New England PGA Merchandiser of the Year award for resort courses. Matt and Golf Shop Manager Jim Davenport carefully select a fine collection of apparel and product to compliment anyone’s look, comfort, and game.
Pre-Season Golf Tips
Matt Closter, PGA, would also like to share some tips to prep you for an enjoyable season of golf. Read more.
Easter and Mother’s Day Brunches ~ So much to eat and so good
Food glorious food and family & friends to share. We invite you this Easter and/or Mother’s Day to join us for a delectable treat. We know our culinary team loves the buffet and action stations as they get to showcase their amazing talents with a display that is over-the-top! We are sure you will love it too!