Killington’s Snowed Inn Offers The Ideal Home Base for Motorcycle Enthusiasts During the Killington Classic Motorcycle Rally Aug. 28-31
July 29, 2014
KILLINGTON, Vt., (July 29, 2014)— Touring the countryside of Vermont is a beautiful way to capture the essence of the Green Mountains, and what better way to do it than on a bike – a motorcycle that is. For those looking for rider’s heaven, the Killington Classic Motorcycle Rally Aug. 28-31 offers a plethora of driving tours, rallies, poker runs, vendor village and more. The Snowed Inn, a country inn tucked away in a quiet, woodland setting in Killington, will offer a special lodging package to all Killington Classic participants who stay at the Killington inn.
The Snowed Inn is a preferred lodging establishment with the Killington Classic, and those who are registered for the event will receive 10 percent off lodging for the weekend. The Snowed Inn makes an ideal home base for those coming to visit the region for this annual event.
The four-day event includes scenic Vermont guided or unguided rides, a vendor village at The Foundry, the Green Mountain Poker Run, motorcycle demos, a stunt show, live music, a fireworks display, and more. Routes start and end in Killington and journey out to various places in Vermont. For a complete schedule and to reserve the Killington Classic rider package, guests can visit www.killingtonclassic.com.
For the special Killington Classic lodging package and reservations, visit www.snowedinn.com or call 800.311.5406.
Family-owned and operated by Manfred and Jeanne Karlhuber, the Snowed Inn is a classic AAA 3-Diamond rated lodging property with 19 different rooms, all with private bath and wireless Internet access. From standard rooms with one, two or three beds, to deluxe rooms with fireplace and/or Jacuzzi tub and even some with a living rooms and kitchen/dining area, staying at the Snowed Inn is intimate yet provides the modern conveniences and amenities just steps away from the front door. A year-round outdoor spa with hot tub is nestled in the woods off the back deck, or guests can sit and share stories of their day in the common living room area.