Sterling Ridge Log Cabin Resort has just been named as a recipient of the prestigious, “Best of New England” Editors’ Choice 2017 awards in Yankee magazine’s May/June issue for Best Rustic Retreat in New England.
Yankee’s annual “Best of New England” Editors’ Choice 2017 awards feature, now in its 42 years, highlights nearly 200 of the editors’ favorite places for dining, lodging, and visiting throughout all six New England states. Whether your tastes are refined or rustic, adventuresome or reserved, upscale or inexpensive, the annual guide has something for everyone.
“We are excited to be named “Best Rustic Retreat in New England”. It is an honor to be recognized in such a popular magazine!” said Susan Peters, Owner of Sterling Ridge Log Cabins.
Sterling Ridge Resort was founded originally in 1989, was purchased by Scott & Sue Peterson in 1992, and transformed into Sterling Ridge Log Cabins in 1995. Sterling Ridge is a log cabin resort situated on 370 acres down a scenic back road in Northern Vermont. While staying, guests can enjoy the peacefulness of the countryside in one of our 26 secluded Vermont Cabin Rentals.
The four-season Resort is a perfect choice for getaways, reunions, weddings, and family vacations.
Yankee Magazine is based in Dublin, New Hampshire, Yankee: New England’s Magazine was founded in 1935 and is the iconic American magazine covering the finest that New England has to offer. Covering classic New England travel destinations, food traditions, and home and lifestyle stories with stunning photography and artwork, Yankee has featured many notable American writers in its pages such as Robert Frost, John Updike, and Stephen King. With a circulation of nearly 300,000 and a total audience of 1.8 million readers, the magazine is published by Yankee Publishing Inc. (YPI), a family-owned, independent company. Yankee recently partnered with WGBH to launch Weekends with Yankee, a 13-episode documentary series on public television that taps into Yankee’s extensive behind-the-scenes access to the region’s six states. YPI also owns the nation’s oldest continuously produced periodical, The Old Farmer’s Almanac.