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.
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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, enchanting 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. Mountain View Grand Resort & Spa is a member of Historic Hotels of America and has received the AAA Four Diamond award since 2008.
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.
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.