Save the planet on your getaway to New England. Environmentally-friendly lodgings offer both luxury and sustainability. Whether it’s a countryside bed & breakfast with solar panels, a hotel that offers wind energy, or a minimum-impact resort, these energy-efficient New England lodgings offer their guests comfort and accommodations while helping to promote green energy sources. Book your green dream vacation online now.
1 Clubhouse Road
Fairlee, VT, 05045
Another important amenity with your lakeside stay
For 100 years guests have been returning here for all seasons and many reasons. Here’s another. In a state that prides itself on environmental awareness, Lake Morey Resort is committed to stewarding Vermont’s natural resources through the "Environmental Partner" standards promoted by the Vermont Small Business Development Center and the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources. Starting with the environmental quality improvements throughout their operations they are achieving better resource efficiency, materials management, and handling. These include the recycling of plastic, tin, aluminum, cardboard, mixed paper and glass; composting food waste; employing earth friendly cleaning products, CFL lighting and dimmers, and an Ozonating laundry system; The Resort has installed Perfect flow shower heads and Perfect flush toilets in every guestroom and all the Resort’s activities now focus on green projects and the local ecology.
Two Bridge Street
Old Saybrook, CT, 06475
The environment is more than a backdrop!
The first full service hotel to become part of Connecticut’s Green Lodging Program, the Saybook Point Inn and Spa is eco-friendly in and around the property where the Connecticut River meets the Long Island Sound. Its solid commitment to energy efficiency and environmental protection make this elegant and historic retreat ready for the future while carefully attending to the present. Both its Marina and Spa have also been cited as clean and green. For more than 130 years, the Saybrook Inn has served luxury, comfort and great service in its spacious hotel rooms, suites and villas with sumptuous amenities, lavish spa treatments and health club, and the in-house Fresh Salt Restaurant. Outdoors, the Saybrook Point Marina staff provides outstanding service dockside. The scenic waterfront setting is yours at no extra charge.
Mountain View Road
Whitefield, NH, 03598
A dazzling array of offerings and amenities; wrapped in a timeless storybook setting.
Mountain View Grand Resort & Spa is nestled on 1,700 acres in New Hampshire's White Mountains. Built in 1865, this historic resort is a satisfying blend of classic elegance and contemporary service, which will enchant your sensibilities while providing the latest in technology and comfort. There's plenty to do at Mountain View Grand, with spectacular vistas in our award-winning Tower Spa, four dining venues, working farm, golf course, tennis courts, health & fitness center, movie theater, children’s program, complimentary family activities and much more, all with grand mountain views. The Mountain View Grand Resort & Spa is a member of Historic Hotels of America and is the only New Hampshire resort to earn AAA™ Four Diamond awards in Lodging and Dining since 2008. Call 888.260.4929 to inquire about our seasonal packages and specials.
806 Spencer Pond Road
Beaver Cove, ME, 04617
Spend Time in Nature; Take Care of Nature
Loving and protecting the purity of nature is the force that propels the people who manage the Spencer Pond Camps, a remote, off-the-grid vacation hideaway. Located beneath the shadow of Little Spencer Mountain on Big Spencer Pond in Maine’s Moosehead Lake Region, the property is a state-certified environmental leader. Cozy, furnished cabins are full of the essentials – cooking equipment, woodstoves -- but without electricity. The operators, Christine Howe and Dana Black, are registered Maine guides, and they pride themselves on their local knowledge and Maine traditions. They can take guests on eco-tours of the many nearby hiking trails; identify birds and forest animals; advise guests on fishing locations; probably even point out constellations in a sky more star-dense then you will ever see from the city.
511 Mountain Road
Stowe, VT, 05672
Stay where green means more than the majestic Mountains
This magnificent mountain resort in Stowe, VT features green practices that make it environmentally friendly for you and the region. 50 acres on site are a designated nature preserve planted and managed to attract wildlife. Guests can recycle all around the property, laundry detergents and water use is reduced when guests are willing to re-use their towels. You’ll find soap, lotion and shampoo products in refillable bulk dispensers. Most of the lighting uses either energy efficient fluorescent or LED bulbs. And the Colonial Cafe sources much of its food from local suppliers and farmers as a member of the “Vermont Fresh Network." Enjoy the great relaxation and outdoor recreation here knowing you’re also helping to keep this beautiful place green.
95 Ocean Avenue
Kennebunkport, ME, 04046
A Maine leader in resort sustainability
This century-old seaside resort leaves nothing to chance when it comes to its environmental footprint. And it takes seriously its role as steward of Kennebunkport’s beautiful waterfront. From the 100% organic gardens to the composting of kitchen waste from local food it purchases and herbs and edible flowers it grows on the grounds, Nonantum reflects the best in resort sustainability. There are programs to conserve energy and water, reduce waste, and employ environmentally friendly cleaning products. Unused soap products are recycled and sent to impoverished countries around the world. And while you’re on the premises, you’ll learn how to reduce your own impact, too. The Maine Department of Environmental Protection has certified Nonantum as an environmental leader.