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Mountain Top Inn & Resort recognized as top wedding venue by Brides Magazine

CHITTENDEN — Mountain Top Inn & Resort was recently named one of America’s top wedding venues by Brides Magazine.

Brides Magazine interviewed 847 brides, inquiring about their experience with their wedding venue’s space, service, food and more. Fifty venues were chosen for the final Brides Best Venues in America 2015 list. The list, touted as the 50 most unforgettable places to say “I do” from coast to coast, can be found in the current issue of Brides Magazine.

The list of 50 venues is divided into regional categories;  The Northeast, The South, The Midwest and The West. The Mountain Top Inn & Resort is one of 12 venues named for the Northeast region. While there were other New England venues on the list, The Mountain Top Inn & Resort was the only Vermont destination to be named. In each region additional awards were given for Best Service, Best Food and Best View.  In addition to making the top 50 venues in America list, The Mountain Top Inn & Resort was awarded Best View for the Northeast.

The Mountain Top Inn & Resort, located in Chittenden, is a four-season resort. Its central Vermont location, just 11 miles from Killington Mountain, makes it a premiere vacation, wedding and retreat destination. The resort sits amidst 350 acres of forest and meadow abutting the Green Mountain National Forest and resting at the tip of Chittenden Reservoir. For more information visit www.mountaintopinn.com.

Photo courtesy of Mountain Top Inn

The new barn, the latest upgrade at Mountain Top Inn & Resort.

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