“Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend.” ~Melody Beattie
Thanksgiving in Vermont at Sterling Ridge Log Cabins is a reminder for us to be grateful. With the everyday stresses and frustrations in our lives, it is important to have that annual nudge to remind us of all that is good in our lives; to remind us of the need to count our blessings. At Sterling Ridge Log Cabins, we are truly blessed—blessed with guests who become friends; blessed with friends who become family. We are blessed to live in a picturesque setting in an unspoiled corner of Vermont with breathtaking views, where just by stepping outside we are reminded of the beauty of nature every single day. And we are thankful for that.
We invite you to join us for Thanksgiving in Vermont to embrace the beauty and simplicity of our beautiful area and to find a few moments of peace and gratitude in your busy lives. It’s really no surprise to us that so many of those who have left reviews of Sterling Ridge Resort on the TripAdvisor website speak to the sense of peace our guests find here. And, let’s be honest, we could all use a little peace in our often hectic and demanding lives. And because our log cabins are pet-friendly, no member of your family need be left behind, adding to your peace of mind.
We have some enticing specials in November we bet you’ll be thankful for! In addition to low mid-week rates (excluding the Thanksgiving holiday) for our smaller cabins, you’ll enjoy 20% off of our larger units, including the Wilderness Cabin and our truly extraordinary “dream cabin”, the Field and Stream Log Cabin. To sweeten the experience, you can add our s’mores basket, including all of the ingredients to make those melt-in-your-mouth treats. Maybe you can start a new tradition around the fire pit. When the sun goes down, gather your family and friends around the fire pit outside your cabin. While you patiently wait for your marshmallow to turn that perfect golden brown before sandwiching the wonderfully gooey, melting fluff between graham crackers and chocolate, take turns saying what each person is thankful for. We hope the time you spend together at the Ridge will be among them.
Come together with your family in this month where just being thankful is “enough, and more.” We hope during your visit you’ll turn a meal into a feast, a cabin into a home, and we look forward to you—as so many of our guests have over the years—becoming a treasured friend. Have a blessed Thanksgiving.