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Help finding accommodations in VT/NH

3beeches

Certified Ski Diva
I have an Epic pass and I'm looking to explore other mountains (Stowe, Sunapee, and Attitash/Wildcat) I'm thinking about an overnight. Does anyone have suggestions for a economical place to stay at any of the areas?
 

AltaEgo

Ski Diva Extraordinaire
The Roundhearth in Stowe also has a few rooms upstairs. There is a restaurant downstairs I think. It used to be a ski dorm, and the second floor has been converted to rooms.
 

MsWax

Ski Diva Extraordinaire
Gorham NH has some affordable places, good restaurants, and convenient to Wildcat (or Attitash)
 

ilovepugs

Angel Diva
There’s always the Schenectady Winter Sports club house which is not far from Stowe. I think it’s a cheap membership and economical nightly rate.
 

MaineSkiLady

Angel Diva
Gorham NH has some affordable places, good restaurants, and convenient to Wildcat (or Attitash)
I'll agree with Gorham as a lodging/dining possibility, with the caveat that crossing Pinkham Notch (eastern version of a "pass") is necessary to get to either Wildcat or Attitash. In good weather, it's a glorious drive, right past Mount Washington. In bad weather....have snow tires, etc.
 

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