We went for Thanksgiving week. It snowed, but the snow school wasn't opened, however we sledded and snowboarded (we brought our gear) for free. They had a fun zone on-site for the kids to do balloon bouncing, huge slides and mazes, along with all kinds of games to keep all ages busy. It had two pools, one outside and heated at 82ºF, and one inside with a slide. The restaurants weren't that great. However, we went to Smuggs Inn for Thanksgiving (we had a car accident on-site-so the staff drove us to dinner and the convenience store. They were great). The two bedroom we stayed in was one of the largest places we ever stayed. The second bedroom had two twin beds and one full sized, and two closets.
We stayed in the condos off the main campus. The master bedroom was large, had a great view, a large bathroom, and a tub with jets. The balcony afforded us a beautiful view. The kids loved playing hide and seek, as the unit was so large. They even give you a locker to keep your ski gear, and have ski camps for the kids so mom and dad can relax. Also, the place is very remote, with no cab service or shuttle service. We had a car accident and would have had to pay $75 to get to the rental car picked up, so we stayed on-site until the car was fixed and the staff accommodated us. The Hillside Collision Garage was gracious in driving me to pick up groceries and with great service. Even with the accident this was the best Thanksgiving we ever had, the people in Vermont were helpful and wonderful.