Vermont Trip Giveaway Winner + a 72 hour Price Drop on the last few open spots!


We have drawn our winner for the Culinary Vermont Giveaway in Plymouth, VT on  February 27 - March 2, 2014.



 *Congrats to Brittany Lees*


We'll be ice skating, baking, cooking, eating, and enjoying the incredible views of vermont! I'm taking special requests for recipes that you guys would like me to demo over the weekend. I'll be sharing with you my top secret new Gluten/ Grain free Croissant recipe. (Which won't be available to the public otherwise until fall 2014!)

We have a few spots left and are offering a HUGE price cut for the next 72 hours.



  • 3 nights lodging at the Good Commons Bed & Breakfast
  • 3 breakfasts, 3 dinners, and 2 lunches
  • Welcome banquet on Thursday night with Brittany Angell
  • Baking demos.
  • Snow tubing adventure
  • Ice skating adventure
  • Transportaton to/from the snowtubing & ice skating events
  • All taxes and gratuities
  • All meals can be catered to any allergies!


  • Transportation to/from Plymouth, VT





$790  $490 for a single bed in shared loft w/ a $300 deposit  ($300 Savings!) 

PRIVATE ROOM (only 1 room left!) 

 $990  $890 per person for a private room with a double bed  w/ a $300 deposit   ($100 Savings!) 

After 72 hours prices will go back up!

Head over to the TRIP TRIBE for more details and to book your trip!




Good Commons is located in the village of Plymouth Union, Vermont, at the crossroads between Killington and Okemo ski resorts and the beautiful lakes of the Okemo Valley.

The house is located right off of Route 100 in the heart of Plymouth, VT. Reenergize from a hectic week in the city with a steaming cup of tea and a peaceful night’s rest in a corner of the world where city lights don’t block out the stars and where the sounds of nature take the place of the din of traffic.

At the turn of the 20th century, Good Commons was a country store with a booming business selling groceries, household items and light fare to the village and many travelers making their way through the region. The Brown family took over the store in the 1930s, added an ice cream parlor and sandwich shop, and raised their six children in the home over the next several decades.

Purchased by the current owner in 2006, Good Commons is now a 4700 square foot home that has undergone a complete renovation, combining modern amenities with the country tradition of rest and revitalization that has characterized this house for over 150 years. It is the perfect getaway for city slickers who want to have comfort and elegance within their country retreat while enjoying everything a unique Vermont vacation rental has to offer.

Brittany Angell

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Hey Everyone!

Please bear with me, I'm almost ready to unveil the new Club Angell, so in the mean time, if you have any trouble, just hang tight, I'll have it up and running by Monday!

Thank you!