A Favorite Vermont Getaway
the legacy continues
The Sterling Ridge Story
In 1992, Scott and Susan Peterson purchased an 8 room bed and breakfast named Sterling Ridge Inn. The Petersons quickly got to work peppering the grounds with charming log cabins and quintessential amenities to build out their dream of owning a New England log cabin resort.
Locals Barb and George Salg, became friends with Susan and Scott Peterson through the purchase of their sugarwoods back in 2015. When the time came for the resort to be passed on in 2018, the Salgs showed interest and the Petersons felt it was the perfect fit!
Barb and George are excited to continue sharing the beauty and tranquility of Sterling Ridge Resort with their valued guests, welcoming returning guests and getting to know new visitors.
When the time came for the resort to be passed on in 2018, locals Barb and George Salg showed interest and the Petersons felt it was the perfect fit!
The Salgs are excited to continue sharing the beauty and tranquility of Sterling Ridge Resort with their valued guests, welcoming returning guests and getting to know new visitors.
The Faces of Sterling Ridge Resort
your friendly hosts
The Staff at Sterling Ridge Resort welcomes new guests and looks forward to catching up with our returning guests. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff is part of the reason our guests return time and time again. Over the years, many employees have joined our Vermont resort family making Sterling Ridge Resort the friendly and inviting environment it is. Our hospitable staff helps to make Sterling Ridge an ideal vacation spot year after year.
Our friendly, knowledgeable staff is part of the reason our guests return time and time again. Over the years, many employees have joined our Vermont resort family making Sterling Ridge Resort the friendly and inviting environment it is.
Barb loves working alongside her family and friends. She enjoys welcoming new and returning guests to Sterling Ridge. In her free time, she spends time with her close friends, works out and plays with her cats.
George enjoys being outdoors and chatting with Sterling Ridge guests about his many hobbies: maple sugaring, hunting, fishing, and classic cars. He is also the Master Sugarmaker for Rock Maple Mountain/Snowshoe Pond.
George’s favorite thing about Sterling Ridge is the uniqueness of the log cabins and the mountain views. In his free time, he enjoys weightlifting, playing hockey, and making maple syrup.
As an innkeeper, Kirstin enjoys helping guests make their vacations, getaways, and weddings a one-of-a-kind, memorable experience. On her days off, Kirstin can be found playing soccer and spending time with Willow.
Jessica has been with Sterling Ridge since 2010. Though she wears many hats around here, her favorite part is connecting with guests year over year. On her off time, you can find Jessica on her dirt bike.
Evelyn has been with Sterling Ridge since 2001. She is dedicated to her favorite part of her job which is gardening. In her spare time she loves to cook and feed people.
Since 2016 Stacy has enjoyed the peacefulness of the resort, the guests, and working with our team. Look for Stacy on the sidelines being the “Number 1” soccer mom.
Willow made her Sterling Ridge debut in August 2018 as a 9-week old Bernese Mountain Dog puppy. She enjoys welcoming guests, greeting FedEx and UPS delivery people, eating snow, napping in the AC, and receiving treats. In her downtime, Willow enjoys playing with her cats and chewing on her mother’s slippers.
Rocky Peterson spent many years greeting Sterling Ridge Resort guests. Rocky is enjoying retirement in sunny North Carolina.
Jeffersonville is easily reached by car. Train and bus services are available into Waterbury and Saint Albans. Jet air service into Burlington International airport is only 45 minutes away. Rental cars and taxis are available in Burlington, Waterbury and Stowe.
We suggest mapping your route in advance as cell service is occasionally spotty enroute.
Vermont Route 108 from Stowe is CLOSED for the winter, between November and April. The Vermont Department of Transportation maintains a website updated with the latest road conditions, including the closure of VT Rt 108. Please check it for updates during bad weather.
No, it is not necessary, but winter tires would be best. All roads are maintained quite well. Of course, four wheel drive is helpful especially on snowy days.
We are a dog-friendly resort which means we have a selection of rental units we allow dog guests. Learn more about our Pet Policy.
We are sensitive to those guests with sensitive pet allergies. If requested – we will ensure you receive a pet-free cabin or house.
Winter, spring, summer and fall there’s so many things to do! Check out our “Things to Do” for inspiration.
If you choose not to dine in your own log cabin rental, then here in Jeffersonville, we have a number of restaurants within a 6 mile radius. Click here for some suggestions.
We host a variety of private events including weddings! Whether you’re interested in a simple ceremony at your cottage rental for an elopement or bigger outdoor gatherings of up to 200 guests. Click here for more information to plan your special day.
At 4395 feet, Mount Mansfield is Vermont’s highest peak.
Private Events & Team Building Retreats:
customize your event
Looking for a rustic wedding venue? A fun family reunion destination? The perfect place for a corporate getaway? Look no further than Sterling Ridge! We host events large and small – inquire today about hosting an event with us!