Tram Haus Lodge, The
The newest accommodations on property, the Tram Haus Lodge includes 57 studio, 1-, 2-, and 3- bedroom suites and is located mere steps from the Tram and Flyer Quad. The hotel includes a new cafe (Aroma), bar (Tower Bar), and restaurant (Alice's Table). Sure it's shiny and new and wonderful but more importantly, we think, it includes thoughtful details that make it more Jay Peak: -Old Tram cable is used throughout the hotel - on exterior deck railing, signage lobby chandelier and floor lamps, and toe kicks in the Tower Bar. -Chairlift towers and sheave wheels from the old Green Mountain chair incorporated in the Tower Bar. The barnboard tables in Alice's Table were created by local carpenter Luke Hardy (Montgomery, VT) from reclaimed barn wood from neighboring towns of Franklin county. -Locally manufactured maple hardwood furniture by Lyndon Furniture (Lyndon, Vermont). -Wool throw blankets included in the units were manufactured by Johnson Woolen Mills (Johnson, VT). There are literally dozens of other examples that weave Jay Peak and its local community into the new Tram Haus Lodge. Yeah, it's a shiny new hotel but it's got a uniquely Jay Peak story.