About the owners
Scott, Susan and Eric welcome you and your family to Sterling Ridge Resort. We hope you enjoy our little piece of heaven here in the Green Mountains of Vermont.
In 1992, Scott and Susan discovered Sterling Ridge Resort in northern Vermont and rescued it from foreclosure. As we became more and more engrossed in our new lives as innkeepers, our previous lives as Rhode Islanders faded quickly. We operated the main lodge as an inn for nine years and in 1995 we saw the need to expand our lodging and decided to build log cabins. Again things changed for us, as Scott switched hats from breakfast cook to log cabin builder.
We started with 3 log cabins and began to add 1 or 2 each year, until 2003 when we constructed 10 cabins by our 10 acre pond.
Born in Korea on March 6, 1996, our family grew as we became the lucky parents of our son Eric. We adopted him at 3 months of age and he has given us so much joy over the years. If you ever run into one of our past guests, you are sure to hear a story about him that would make you smile. He enjoys meeting our guests and makes friends easily with children that are visiting. He is anxious to be office manager and we hope he still has this desire when we are ready to retire!
We would love for you to experience Sterling Ridge Resort and to meet our family and friendly staff members.
Pets at the Resort
Max and Rocky
Max, our golden retriever received his summer cut this year looking more like a hound dog than a golden retriever. He loves to visit our guests especially when they are barbecuing. He loves to tag along on the trails when our guests venture out on a hike. He loves our new pet policy (below) and tries to receive our visiting guest graciously.
Rocky, our Coton de Tulear now 5 and only 12 pounds picks on Max, now 105 pounds by catching his tail which he becomes airborne when Max tries to shoo him away. It is certainly fun to watch them play.
Our family resort has one resident horse also: Linnie, our 30 yr. old Morgan mare. Guests have enjoyed watching her graze in the pasture in front of the lodge and have been treating her to carrots and apples.STERLING RIDGE RESORT PET POLICY