101 Northfield St.
Montpelier, VT 05602
Phone: (802) 223-5258
Fax: (802) 223-0716
Tracing its origins way back to 1781, Montpelier is presently the capital of Vermont, and the smallest state capital because of its small population. Finally incorporated in 1818, it became a pivotal trading city with impressive manufacturing units, power mills, iron foundries, quarries, furniture, clothes and more. The city did not lose its strategic importance through the centuries which explains why it still is the state capital. Montpelier boasts a number of art centers, museums, galleries, cafes, bars and touristy attractions to visitors.
Thrilling outdoor sports like skiing, canoeing, kayaking and mountain biking for enthusiasts, friendly delis and cafes for the foodies, splurgeworthy stores and antique shops for the shopaholics; one can rest assured to have a vacation of their preference at the Mad River Valley. The valley also ensures entertainment for tourists with the diverse events like sports tournaments, marathons, film night and farmer's markets hosted here. The best way to end an activity-filled day at the valley is by retiring at one of the plush condominiums and inns in the region!
Cabot is a small village located in the American State of Vermont. This otherwise quaint village is popular owing to the Cabot Creamery that is noted for its cheddar cheese variety. It is also known for the various festivals like Apple Pie Festival, Cabot Maple festival and so forth. For more details,check website or call ahead.