Green Lodgings

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.
Misty Flowers - Wild Trails Farm - Springfield, VT
Wild Trails Farm

174 Ruusunen Road Springfield, VT, 05156 Phone: 802-875-2275

Natural setting, sustainability practices make this retreat center the ultimate in living green

It’s not always easy being green, but that hasn’t stopped the sustainability and Earth-friendly efforts at Wild Trails Farm, a natural sanctuary for personal and group retreats and recreation in Vermont. The farm property, part of 472 acres of meadows, hills and forests, includes a modern, luxurious six-bedroom lodge that is solar- and geothermal-powered. Rooms look out over the valley, meadows and distant mountains. Its sprawling lawns--dotted with chairs, benches and hammocks--is maintained with electric equipment. Go hiking, biking or skiing with the aid of Wild Trails' exclusive mobile GPS app; practice yoga, mindfulness and meditation; relax with a massage; and eat fruit from the orchard and veggies from the garden, knowing you are staying at a place that honors the concept of being green.
Stunning Lake is the Center - Lake Morey Resort - Fairlee, VT
Lake Morey Resort

1 Clubhouse Road Fairlee, VT, 05045 Phone: 802-333-4311 Toll-Free: 800-423-1211

Going green is a natural for a lakeside resort in the heart of the Green Mountain State

At Vermont’s Lake Morey Resort, they are dedicated to the concept of reducing their impact on the environment. That’s why they were designated a green hotel by the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation and the Vermont Small Business Development Center. A few of the lakeside resort’s going-green efforts include solar generation at some of its private cottages; investing in a solar farm to offset electric usage; resort-wide recycling and composting; and the use of LED and CFL lighting in 90 percent of the buildings. From a towel re-use program and the use of Earth-friendly cleaning products to perfect flow shower heads and toilets, the resort is doing what it can to ensure a cleaner future for everyone.
Sewall House Yoga Retreat Yoga Pose Island Falls ME
Sewall House Yoga Retreat

127 Crystal Road Island Falls, ME, 04747 Phone: 646-316-5151 Toll-Free: 888-235-2395

Maine retreat welcomes yoga, nature lovers and those who care about environment

The Sewall House Yoga Retreat is not only welcoming to those seeking a personalized, tranquil retreat – the historic, six-bedroom home is also friendly to the environment. The house, which has been holding personalized yoga and nature retreats since 1997, composts, uses bulk products including toiletries and serves locally sourced vegetarian meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The vegetarian menu is mostly organic and prepared on the premises and includes vegan and gluten-free offerings. The Sewall House provides an encouraging environment for beginning and experienced yoga practitioners as well as outdoor enthusiasts, It’s near swimming, canoeing, kayaking, biking, golfing, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and, of course, excellent porch sitting! Come see why Seawall House earned a TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice Award in 2022.
Veggie Garden - Mountain View Grand Resort & Spa - Whitefield, NH
Mountain View Grand Resort & Spa

Mountain View Road Whitefield, NH, 03598 Phone: 888-260-4929

In the middle of the White Mountains, this scenic resort is committed to being green

Green is more than just the color that surrounds the Mountain View Grand Resort & Spa: It’s a commitment to a way of life that ensures future generations can enjoy the beauty of nature. Sustainability initiatives at the historic, AAA 4-Diamond resort include an integrated recycling program to manage cardboard, aluminum, plastic, vegetable oil and organic waste; a towel and linen reuse program; a composting system in the herb and vegetable garden; energy-saving lighting and insulation; and a green-meetings program. The resort has been honored by the Environmental Protection Agency for being a 100 percent green power purchaser, with all of its electricity provided through an on-site 121-foot wind turbine and from purchasing renewable energy certificates.

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