Mountainside Hideaway The town of Woodstock is a slice of classic Americana: a tableau of steepled churches, white picket fences, and covered bridges, all in the shadow of Vermont’s expansive Green Mountains. At the Woodstock Inn & Resort (doubles from $175)—recently updated by designer Alexandra Champalimaud—the 142 rooms have red wool throws on the maple four-poster beds, perfect to curl up in while sipping the hot chocolate delivered at turndown. F.H. Gillingham & Sons Country Store stocks maple cured hams and syrups—just what you need for an afternoon trek in the woods. Down the road in a former woolen mill, Shackleton Thomas sells handmade wooden bowls and ceramics. Before heading to the slopes of Suicide Six (lift tickets from $44)—Vermont’s oldest ski area—warm up with beef hash with poached eggs and housemade spicy ketchup on Sunday morninings at the Worthy Kitchen(brunch for two $24).