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I have been staying here for years, almost 30 years. I called to make our reservation and was told to do it online (in Broken English) They are under new owners and could care less about having a relationship with patrons.
I stayed at the Turn of River lodge over the winter, and all these months later the experience still bothers me. The price was right, at $40 per night for a small private room, however I think that sleeping in my car would have been...More
I was surprised how long it's been since I stayed there. Once again I was there to ski at Mt Killington. My old review is still true, but this time the rooms were filled so I stayed in a bunkroom. I'm not sure why I...More
For over 50 years, Turn of River Lodge has been welcoming guests to the Killington area.
We are a family-owned and operated traditional Vermont ski lodge/B&B with a warm, friendly, congenial atmosphere, providing affordable accommodations to skiers, bikers, snowboarders, and all sport enthusiasts.
US$ 72 - US$ 201 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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You'd be happier at a place right on the Killington access road if you don't have a car. The bus service runs every half hour or so. Turn of the river is near the far side of the resort complex so it would be better if... More
You'd be happier at a place right on the Killington access road if you don't have a car. The bus service runs every half hour or so. Turn of the river is near the far side of the resort complex so it would be better if you had a car to use.
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"In the bunkroom ask for one of the bunks at the far end of the room"