The Perfect Place to Bring the Gang Together

Imagine your favorite Vermont season. Imagine family and friends gathered for your special event. On three pristine acres of former farmland, Casablanca’s ten cabins and versatile grounds may be just the location you’re looking for. With lovely garden settings, beautiful foliage and close proximity to town, guests will enjoy relaxed country living with all the modern conveniences.

Whether an intimate wedding or a rollicking family reunion, Linda and Diane will work with you to create a celebration plan that works within your budget. No event is too big or too small, but a group that loves the great outdoors will truly appreciate what Casablanca Motel has to offer. Imagine a cup of coffee on the porch while you watch the sun rise over the mountain. Imagine, nature lovers, spotting a red tail hawk or a whitetail deer while you’re reading in a lawn chair.

The grounds can accommodate event and catering tents for larger parties, our charcoal grills and cooking utensils are available on the property for old-fashioned cookouts. Please be mindful there is NO cooking in or around your cabin due to Fire Code regulations! The game shed is stocked with the classics–lawn darts, croquet, badminton, and more.

On a summer night, imagine the fire pit roaring and the marshmallows roasting under a sky so clear you can pick out the Milky Way. On a crisp winter day, imagine your crew gathering for a morning snowshoe, or an afternoon skate at the rink just next door.

From Main Street to the Mountains, for your very next event, the Casablanca Motel has it all.

“We had our wedding in Manchester and our entire group stayed at Casablanca! Linda and Diane were exceedingly accommodating and crucial for helping plan and prep.”

“A lovely time at the Casablanca Motel… There were five of us girls. The price was reasonable, the rooms were clean with everything that we needed. Like a home away from home!”

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