The northern gateway to (and home of) Smuggler's Notch, Jeffersonville is actually a settlement within the town of Cambridge. The name is actually a bit of a slight to Thomas Jefferson, who's Embargo Act of 1807 was pretty much ignored by the settlement's residents, who answered the Act by smuggling goods into Canada.
In more recent history, Jeffersonville has been a popular destination for tourists for much of the past century. The Lamoille River provides for great fishing and canoeing, and the nearby Stowe and Smuggler's Notch resorts provide a fantastic variety of skiing terrain. And when it comes to thrilling roads, it's tough to beat Route 108 as it drops into Jeffersonville.
Mannsview Inn - Mannsview Inn is a Vermont mountainside Bed and Breakfast in the Victorian colonial style, with french doors, bay windows, and high ceilings.
Smugglers' Notch Resort - Provides a wide range of activities and amenities on three mountains.
Stirling Ridge Log Cabins and Suites - With 80 acres of woods and meadows your privacy is assured.
Three Mountain Lodge - Originally built in 1966 by the University of Vermont for their OUTING CLUB, the LODGE has a thirty year tradition of hosting good times. The Lodge is now a restaurant, but they do have an adjacent guest cottage for rent.
Three Mountain Lodge - Locals, regulars and first-time visitors alike always enjoy our warmth, atmosphere and fine food.