Bristol, VT, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Bristol

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The SpaceSunday-Thursday only (weekends on occasion, please check directly) Private room with four-poster queen bed, gas-fired woodstove, ceiling fan, WiFi, cable television, mini refrigerator. Bath with handicapped shower. Complimentary coffee station and morning fruit. Freshly baked cookies every afternoon . Comfortable sitting room offers board games and books, including local guide books and magazines. We are a small inn located on 15 acres just north of village of Bristo at the foothills of the Green Mountainsl. Only 30 minutes to downhill skiing at Sugarbush and Mad River Glen, 30 minutes to Burlington and 20 minutes to Middlebury. Our on-premise chef-owned restaurant, Mary's, is open Wednesday-Sunday from 5:30. We have 3 greenhouses and grow much of our produce and herbs year-round. We pioneered Vermont's local food movement and helped found the Vermont Fresh Network. We live on-site in another building and have 2 dogs, 2 cats and 24 chickens who wander the property.
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The SpaceNestled on an old country road just off of rural route 17 in the heart of the Green Mountains, this spacious private suite awaits your arrival. The catherdral ceiling room is detached from the main home above the garage. You have your own private entrance. The room features a sitting area overlooking the Green Mountains of Vermont. and is furnished with a sofa and reading chair,a comfortable king bed with beautiful linens ,and a private bath with a large walk in shower. There is a CD player and a DVD player. A coffee maker and a tea kettle are available so you can prepare your favorite morning beverage in the privacy of your own room and enjoy the view. There are ceiling fans and AC for your comfort. Our home is located on 17 beautiful mostly open meadow acres which overlook the Green Mountain National Forest. We also maintain perennial gardens and some old apple trees on the land . Just 10 min down a scenic mountain road along Baldwin Creek sits our little town of Bristol. A great place to start out at is THE BRISTOL BAKERY a local coffee breakfast cafe! Or visit the beautiful college town of Middlebury on Otter Creek, 25 min. away !, Burlington is just 45min. north ,and is located on the shores of Lake Champlain and has a bustling downtown area. The Sugarbush Valley is 20 min. over the mountain and it is a beautiful scenic drive, which crosses over the Appalachian trail. The valley is quiet ,quaint and artsy and hosts the little village of Warren Vt. The things to do are endless ,hiking, biking, walking on our country roads, swimming , fishing cheese tasting, wine tasting , museums and country farmers markets ,and local country stores !! . Or, just sitting and relaxing and enjoying the view from where you are !! We are frequently visited by deer, bear and moose, hawks and many mountain songbirds. We are always in awe of beautiful sunrises and awesome sunsets ,and rainbows too! We hope you will choose to come and share our beautiful mountain view and awesome Vermont with us !!! Your Hosts Joanne and Greg
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    Inn at Baldwin Creek radiates the warmth and charm of our historic 1797 Vermont farmhouse bed and breakfast inn. Our five cozy guest rooms surround you in simple comfort. All bedrooms feature queen or king beds with luxurious linens and down comforters. Two of the Inn’s rooms feature gas–fired wood stoves to chase away Vermont's winter chill and to set a romantic mood year around. The rooms all have private baths, some with claw foot tubs and one with whirlpool tub. A three-course farm-fresh breakfast is included, served daily from 8:30–9:30. Early departures may request a continental breakfast beginning at 7:30. A bottomless cookie jar and a complimentary coffee-tea station is always available. Room amenities include fluffy bathrobes, quality shampoo and soap, hair dryer, iron and ironing board, alarm clock radio, cable television, WiFi, and air conditioning. There is a common sitting room on the main floor with comfortable chairs for conversation and reading. Board games, books and current magazines are stocked.
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    The SpaceThe studio has a private entrance, up one flight of stairs. It's about 450 square feet, including a tidy kitchen corner with four-burner stove and oven, plus a full bath. It is equipped with a queen-sized bed with and excellent and supportive natural latex mattress; a dining table and two chairs; coffee table and two comfy chairs; high-quality bed linens and towels; a full-sized refrigerator and all the kitchen gear needed for meal preparation and eating. There is a dresser and ample closet space. The space has nice light, with three north skylights, two west windows, and two south windows that look out to private treed views and invite the sound of the nearby river into the space. Parking for one car. Guest AccessGuests have everything they need in Studio 4 -- all sheets and towels, all kitchen equipment. Interaction with GuestsI like to meet and greet guests upon arrival. If guests are interested, I can give a full rundown of local sites and activities -- I enjoy sharing all the attractions of this great little village and the surrounding area. The NeighborhoodBristol is a quaint town with lots of interesting people and places. The one-block-long Main Street has unique shops, several galleries and good restaurants -- all at Studio 4's doorstep. The pristine New Haven River has wonderful swimming holes, and there is abundant hiking nearby, including one short, sweet trail right in town that leads to a magnificent view of the Champlain Valley. Getting AroundThere is public transit to Middlebury, and limited transit to Burlington. Middlebury is just a 12-mile drive (15 minutes) and Burlington is 25 miles (40 minutes) -- both through beautiful countryside. When in Bristol, everything is a moment's walk from Studio 4. Other Things to NoteStudio 4 is not handicap accessible -- up one flight of stairs. The ceilings are pitched, so very tall people might need to duck a bit to get into the corners. There is wifi but no TV and no land-line phone. Please note that in this rural area, cell phone service can be spotty. Blow dryer provided.
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    10 reviews
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    The SpaceWe sit on the mountain side with a lovely view of the Adirondak mountain from the front porch. The house sits just above Bristol, a five minute walk into town. Story Book BnB is a great place for a WRITER'S RETREAT. Melissa is very willing to give writers feedback upon request. If you wish, breakfast foods can be left outside your door so you do not have to be disturbed from you writing. There are 3 SKI resorts near by including Sugar Bush Resort. Upon request, I offer evening story telling: true/fiction. Guest AccessThere are three ski resorts within a half hour drive. There are hiking trails above the house and lovely water falls, swimming and fishing. Lake Champlain is within 20 minutes. Great music, theater, dancing. Interaction with GuestsI am available much of the time, except Wednesdays. I do come in by 9:pm. You can most often find me in the kitchen making coffee or tea in the morning (even on Wednesdays). Melissa will offer a story telling in the evenings if requested and very much encourages telling story from guest if they desire to do so. The NeighborhoodBristol is a quaint little town that is filled with many artists, musicians, dancers, small businesses and people that are conscientious about the environment and each other. We are known for our 4th of July celebrations and Bristol Harvest Festivals. We have a great Bristol Bakery as well as the well known Bobcat restaurant. Almost Home Cafe is well loved by locals. Famous Mary's at Baldwin Creek is not quite 2 miles out of town. We have a small Farmer's Market during the summers where you often will find good musicians. You might catch story telling night at Bristol Bakery or excellent music at nearby Ripton Coffee House or Lincoln Burnham Hall. Theater productions, dance performances and music in our Bristol's town hall, If you want to keep up fitness, there is yoga, nia dance, zumba dance, the fitness center, biking and hiking. Getting AroundAddison County Transit Resources (ACTR) has been providing Addison County public transportation services. In-county bus routes serve Middlebury, Bristol, Vergennes, New Haven, Ripton and more. Out of county routes take people to Burlington, Rutland and beyond. Other Things to NoteMiddlebury College is 11.5 miles south of Bristol. University of Vt is 30 miles north. Lush mountain drives and through out the country. Otter Creek Brewing and Woodchuck Hard Cider both in Middlebury. VT maple syrup. Incredible autumns.
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    The SpaceThis listing is for The Bristol room. It features a large dressing area and a deep claw foot tub in the private en suite bathroom. All rooms have cable tv and wi-fi. If this room is booked, look for our listings for "The Starksboro room" and "The Middlebury Room". Guest AccessIn addition to your room, there are 2 parlors on the first floor for guests to relax in. Interaction with GuestsFull breakfast served every morning. The NeighborhoodEasy drive to Middlebury College and about 50 minutes to an hour to see the sites in the Burlington area, Lake Champlain and The Shelburne Museum. Getting AroundThe Lawrence House is in the heart of downtown Bristol. Just a short walk to the town common where there is often something going on, shopping and dining. Other Things to NoteInn Keeper lives on premises and is happy to address any requests or concerns you may have during your stay.
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    Excellent
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    The SpaceStory Book Bnb is a great place for a WRITER'S RETREAT. This private room has a lovely view of the woods out of 2 large windows w/sound of soft trickling spring water. The queen bed accommodates 2 guests. You will have a peaceful and comfortable sleep in a unique and pleasant room. If you are here as a writer, you will not be disturbed. If you wish, breakfast foods can be left outside your door. There is a wonderful porch to think on. Stories are welcomed in the evenings and I am pleased to give feedback about your writing if you wish. Guest AccessThere are three ski resorts within a half hour drive. There are hiking trails above the house and lovely water falls, swimming and fishing. Lake Champlain is within 20 minutes. Great music, theater, dancing. Interaction with GuestsI am available much of the time, except Wednesdays. I am here in am and do come in by 9:pm. You can most often find me in the kitchen making coffee or tea in the morning. I offer story telling in the evenings if requested. I am happy to provide feedback for writers. The NeighborhoodBristol is a quaint little town that is filled with many artists, musicians, dancers, small businesses and people that are conscientious about the environment and each other. We are known for our 4th of July celebrations and Bristol Harvest Festivals. We have a great Bristol Bakery as well as the well known Bobcat restaurant. Almost Home Cafe is well loved by locals. Famous Mary's at Baldwin Creek is not quite 2 miles out of town. We have a small Farmer's Market during the summers where you often will find good musicians. You might catch story telling night at Bristol Bakery or excellent music at nearby Ripton Coffee House or Lincoln Burnham Hall. Theater productions, dance performances and music in our Bristol's town hall, If you want to keep up fitness, there is yoga, nia dance, zumba dance, the fitness center, biking and hiking. Getting AroundAddison County Transit Resources (ACTR) has been providing Addison County public transportation services. In-county bus routes serve Middlebury, Bristol, Vergennes, New Haven, Ripton and more. Out of couty routes take people to Burlington, Rutland and beyond. Other Things to NoteMiddlebury College is 11.5 miles south of Bristol. University of Vt is 30 miles north. Lush mountain drives and through out the country. Otter Creek Brewing and Woodchuck Hard Cider both in Middlebury. VT maple syrup. Incredible autumns.
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    The SpaceThe upstairs bedroom is spacious with large skylights and shared full bath, complete with a large soaking tub. Guest AccessWireless High-Speed Internet is available throughout the property. Guests have full access to the Kitchen, Living Room, and the Sunroom in season. No Smoking and No Pets Please. I do have a indoor cat. Interaction with GuestsI am very respectful of your privacy. I would be happy to answer any of your questions and give you ideas on what to do and where to eat in the area if you desire.
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    Excellent
    76 reviews
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    The SpaceSongbird Sangha is a unique place which has been gently nestled among the trees. It's unique design gives you a spaceous and airy feel of being outdoors. The sounds of the birds , peepers and some nights owl's, drift in through the screens. Moonlight streams in through the dome or you can look at the stars while laying in bed. It is heavenly for lover's of the outdoors. Guest AccessFull kitchen in yurt. Full and private bath with claw tub facing window. Wi-fi, parking, out door fire pit under the stars. Ten acres of wooded paths, many hiking options in area, directions to swimming holes,wild blackberries and raspberries on property, guest's are also welcome to visit the horses and relax in their grounding companionship. Interaction with GuestsA warm welcome and introduction to area attractions, events. Morning coffee, breakfast and conversation if guests so choose. Host will be residing at main house close by but out of view. The NeighborhoodWe cannot see other houses from our property. It is quiet, has lovely views and privacy. The village has a book store, several bakery's, art gallery, jewelry store, brewery/bistro, pizza, concerts on the green, farmer's market, hiking and more. Getting AroundA small public bus runs by at the main road. Parking is available on the property. From airport we are 40 min. drive. So. on Rt. 7 to Rt. 17 E. about 3 mi. Mt. View Ridge on the right. Other Things to NoteThe kitchen has very basic supplies so please bring any extra items you may need. You can shoot me an email with any questions and I can tell you if we have it or not.
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    The SpaceA 1925 stucco cottage hidden away behind a one-block-long Main Street. The downtown location is convenient to everything, yet it’s private, perched on a steep drop-off near a river, with views of surrounding mountains. Originally the office for a grist mill, the Little Mill House has undergone a first-class renovation marrying modern systems with reclaimed and salvaged elements. Quiet and cozy, with never-ending on-demand hot water for the extra-deep soaking tub; washer and dryer, microwave, full-sized gas range; sweet and sunny Zen garden. Furnished in ‘vintage-mod-industrial’ style with top-quality organic-cotton bed and bath linens. Featured in the Spring 2011 issue of VERMONT MAGAZINE. Two bedrooms with full-sized beds, another room with a twin, and a curtained-off area with another twin and under-bed storage. Shared bathing and toilet facilities divided into two rooms: one with toilet and sink, the other with soaking tub/shower and sink. Accommodates four to six people. The Little Mill House is a strictly smoke-free and pet-free environment. WiFi in the house. No TV. No land line. Parking for two or three cars. ** ATTN. PRYT STUDENTS: Please contact me directly to inquire about space as Airbnb calendar does NOT necessarily reflect availability during PRYT courses. ** Guest AccessFull cottage and everything you need to have a great getaway. Sweet backyard Zen garden where sounds of the river and views of the mountains predominate. Interaction with GuestsI like to stop in upon or just after arrival, and then check in once or twice during a stay. The NeighborhoodA quaint, one-block-long Main Street district is at your doorstep, every convenience walkable. PRYT students note: PRYT center is two minutes walk away. In warm months, some of the states best swimming holes are just a three-minute drive away, or walk to some dipping spots. Easy trail to dramatic overlook begins nearby. Other Things to NoteThis is a small, remote town. Cell phone service can be spotty around here... Two bedrooms with full-sized beds and the Cozy sleeping space with twin bed are upstairs, as are the bath and toilet facilities. A small bedroom with twin bed is on the ground floor. There are spiral stairs but they are wide and not steep.
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    The SpaceThe cottage does not have heat which makes this a seasonal rental only. In cool weather, an electric space heater works great. The double sized bed makes this a cozy fit for two. Guest AccessGuests can use the main house for access to an indoor bathroom when owner is home. Interaction with GuestsI have a full time job so will greet you in the evening. Spend some time with me in the screened porch of the main house. I have a wealth of knowledge of things to do and would be happy to be your personal concierge. The NeighborhoodBristol is a charming village nestled on the western side of the Green Mountains and surrounded by farmland. Hiking trails start from the village or are within a short drive. On hot summer days, check out Bartlett Falls and other swimming holes in the New Haven River. There are miles of cycling on paved or dirt roads in any direction. The famous App Gap or Lincoln Gap challenges start/end here. 20 minutes from Middlebury College; 30 minutes to Kingsland Bay State Park on Lake Champlain; 45 minutes to Burlington. There are plenty of restaurants, from gourmet to casual, serving locally sourced food and craft brews. Lulu’s small-batch ice cream is not to be missed. Honey Lights, a charming beeswax candle shop, makes great gifts. Art on Main features local artists of all genres. Rocky Dale Gardens is a treasure. Music, farmer’s markets, food and brew tours and berry picking are just a few options for local summer experiences within Addison County. Getting AroundVehicle is desirable. Parking on site. Score big points for biking to/from here. Other Things to NotePrice includes Vermont Rooms and Meals tax. I have one cat.
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    The SpaceThis south facing room is perfect for the morning person. Features en suite bathroom with Jacuzzi tub. Guest AccessAll rooms are on the 2nd floor and are only accessible by stairs. Interaction with GuestsFull breakfast served every morning. There are 2 parlors on the first floor for guests to relax in. The NeighborhoodEasy drive to Middlebury College and about 50 minutes to an hour to see the sites in the Burlington area, Lake Champlain and The Shelburne Museum. Getting AroundShort walk to the town common, shopping and dining in downtown Bristol. Other Things to NoteInn Keeper lives on premises and is happy to address any concerns you may have during your stay.
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    The SpaceThe Middlebury Room is in the "Turret". Its rounded windows offer a wide angle view out the front of the house. The private bath for this room is accessed from the hall. Guest AccessAll rooms are on the 2nd floor and are only accessible by stairs. Interaction with GuestsFull breakfast served every morning. There are 2 parlors on the first floor for guests to relax in. The NeighborhoodEasy drive to Middlebury College and about 50 minutes to an hour to see the sites in the Burlington area, Lake Champlain and The Shelburne Museum. Getting AroundShort walk to the town common, shopping and dining in downtown Bristol. Other Things to NoteInn Keeper lives on premises and is happy to address any concerns you may have during your stay.
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    Excellent
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    This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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    This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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    Excellent
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    The SpaceFeel at home in our shared log cabin with three bedrooms, two baths. Of which ONE spacious bedroom on the second floor is for guests. The stairs are steep and narrow in case that is a concern. They are well equipped with railings on both sides. Bathroom is shared with one other clean and respectful person. Living room with wood fire. Dining area has wood pellet stove for warmth and beauty. Enjoy cooking in the kitchen, rocking on the front porch . Visit the horses and walk on our trails. Guest AccessGuests are welcome to wander and enjoy the total property of 23 acres. Horse barn, groomed trails, fire pit, porch swing, gardens and cabin . We want all guests to feel at ease and experience total relaxation. Interaction with GuestsAlways a warm welcome and an opportunity to ask questions about area attractions, recommendations for dining etc. Since often a night fire is an option for guests, either outside or in, depending on the season I would like to communicate that these can be social times earlier in the evening. Always consideration is given to guests to allow for private time as well. And, if a guest would like total privacy that is honored as well. Other social times can be on weekend mornings over coffee on the porch. The NeighborhoodSecluded and private yet located close to the village of Bristol, Vergennes, Middlebury and Burlington. Ideal location for enjoying local activities and getting away at the end of the day. Many choices for hiking, biking, shopping, wineries, galleries, museums, and farmer's markets. Getting AroundWe are on the Addison County Transit Route and the village of Bristol is within biking distance. Other Things to NoteWe live a quiet life with respect to the privacy of others. The cabin is home to Ellen, Karl, Riley the dog and Lilly the cat. Ellen is an Equine Assisted Life Coach specializing in emotional intelligence education and offers weekend retreats for Head and Heart Coherence.
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    Guest AccessFull kitchen. Refrigerator space. BBQ on deck. Clean as you go and enjoy yourself as if you were at your home. Interaction with GuestsVery little. I like my guests to come and go as they please without the pressure of socializing unless they feel like it. The NeighborhoodOur home is situated on a 5 acre private lot bordering a wetlands state preserve. The village of Bristol is a short 3 mile drive that is home to a bakery a bistro and and Italian pizzeria. Along with a grocery store and drugstore.
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    The SpaceThis space can comfortably accommodate two couples or a family. Pets are welcome. Guest AccessIn finer weather there is a lovely back porch with a view of the garden. Perfect for morning coffee. The NeighborhoodNear to Bartlett Falls swimming hole and Mad River Glen/ Sugarbush Ski Resorts. Other Things to NoteWhile we enjoy the comforts of the rural countryside, we are 3 miles from Bristol, a cute town with a bakery, small shops, a pizzeria, and restaurants.
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    The SpaceThis listing offers the entire second floor for increased privacy and coming and going. One bedroom with queen bed and additional futon loft with closet storage space. Also a lounge/TV room and full bath. Sound does travel up a bit from the main floor. Guest AccessOur guests will be able to help themselves to the kitchen to make themselves meals and have full access to the deck and barbecue grill as well. Interaction with GuestsWe are happy to interact with our guests but also respect privacy. We don't require much communication other than arrival and departure. We would appreciate open communication around any concerns or difficulties so that we could have an opportunity to address them as they are might arise. The NeighborhoodOur home is situated on a 5 acre private lot bordering a wetlands state preserve. The village of Bristol is a short 3 mile drive that is home to a bakery a bistro and and Italian pizzeria. Along with a grocery store and drugstore. Getting AroundYou will require a car in order to travel to and from our private location. Other Things to NoteWe ask that our guests leave the residence in the same condition that they find it. We could negotiate pets coming to our home as we have two small dogs ourselves. Relax and make yourself at home.
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    The SpacePrivacy and charming decor with lots of original art work and beautiful gardens. Guest AccessTown of Bristol is walking distance from home. Great restaurants and unique shops. Plus close access to skiing, walking and hiking trails. Interaction with GuestsWe share our space with guests and invite them to enjoy conversations over tea and coffee. Also, we can help you plan your activities. The NeighborhoodSmall community with great restaurants and unique shops. Getting AroundThere is a public bus to Middlebury and Burlington. A short walk will get you into Bristol.
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    Excellent
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    Guest AccessBedroom with adjacent bath available. Kitchen privileges. Laundry. Interaction with GuestsRooms are in our private home, and we can be available as needed.
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    The SpaceOur village is only 20 minutes to Mad River Glen ski area and the Appalachian Trail, 25 minutes to Sugarbush, 1 hour to Killington, 40 minutes to Burlington and Church Street. Guest AccessGuests will have access to nearly every place in the house (except my room and bath). Kitchen privileges, yard, screened porch, parking is plentiful. Interaction with GuestsI am easily contacted during your stay. I enjoy sharing ideas and planning fun things to do with my guests. It's one of the reasons I host. The NeighborhoodBristol is an unusual town in a unique state. For the fourth of July, not only do we have a traditional parade but its kicked off by our annual Outhouse Races. We also have one of the best Halloween trick or treating spots in the state AND for a few pagan souls we have a secret winter solstice celebration which I can steer guests to. Lots of artists, musicians, and comedians. New Year's Eve also sees a town wide celebration of music, dancing and eating. Getting AroundYou need your own car to stay here. That is typical of most Vermont experiences. Other Things to NoteGive yourself plenty of time to travel especially during winter months. I have a wonderful wood stove that I keep roaring during the colder times.
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    The SpaceThis home is just off the Mad River Glen and Sugarbush mountain road, Route 17. Three miles from quaint Bristol Village, with its pub, pizzeria, bakery, grocery shopping, and restaurants. Guest AccessThe entire house is available, and can accommodate 6-8 guests Interaction with GuestsOur caretaker will greet you and assist with any details. Other Things to NoteWe have a housecat, Joey. We also have a horse and two goats out in the barn. Our pets will be cared for a by our caretaker.
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    One bedroom upstairs barn loft with separate entrance in the heart of Bristol Village. You can walk to your hearts delight, to restaurants, cafes, there's even a great 45 minute hike that offers a wonderful view of the surrounding countryside. Close to waterfalls for summer swims and Mad River Glen (25 minutes) for skiing. Middlebury College is 15 minutes away. A double futon couch in living room sleeps two. Has small fridge, coffee maker, tea kettle and microwave, internet, DVD movies.
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    Situated in Bristol, this romantic inn is within 12 mi (20 km) of Mad River Glen Cooperative, Lincoln Peak Vineyard, and Halpin Covered Bridge. Vergennes Opera House and Bixby Memorial Library are also within 16 mi (25 km).
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      Inn at Baldwin Creek radiates the warmth and charm of our historic 1797 Vermont farmhouse bed and breakfast inn. Our five cozy guest rooms surround you in simple comfort. All bedrooms feature queen or king beds with luxurious linens and down comforters. Two of the Inn’s rooms feature gas–fired wood stoves to chase away Vermont's winter chill and to set a romantic mood year around. The rooms all have private baths, some with claw foot tubs and one with whirlpool tub. A three-course farm-fresh breakfast is included, served daily from 8:30–9:30. Early departures may request a continental breakfast beginning at 7:30. A bottomless cookie jar and a complimentary coffee-tea station is always available. Room amenities include fluffy bathrobes, quality shampoo and soap, hair dryer, iron and ironing board, alarm clock radio, cable television, WiFi, and air conditioning. There is a common sitting room on the main floor with comfortable chairs for conversation and reading. Board games, books and current magazines are stocked.
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      Leave everything behind except the comforts of home. Relax in our elegant country setting, minutes from Bristol, Middlebury, Vergennes and Mad River Glen. All of our guest rooms are spacious and professionally decorated. Each has its own private bath, luxury bedding, TV/DVD player, wireless internet, secure locks, and year-round individual temperature control. Two have king beds and one has a queen. We use only natural cleaning products to keep your room spotless and fresh. Our rates include a full-course gourmet breakfast, made with wholesome, natural ingredients. We support our local farmers.
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      The SpaceThe room has a small private balcony for you to relax on. The upstairs bathroom is shared with the other room. As a guest you have full access to the Kitchen, Living Room and Sunroom in season, as well as any of the other decks.
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      When visiting Bristol, Bristol Suites is a great choice to consider. Guests can visit the 24-hour fitness center for a workout, and freebies like self parking and wired Internet are added perks. Conveniences like kitchens are in all rooms, along with living rooms and flat-screen TVs.
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      When visiting Bristol, Bristol Suites is a great choice to consider. Guests can visit the 24-hour fitness center for a workout, and freebies like self parking and wired Internet are added perks. Conveniences like kitchens are in all rooms, along with living rooms and flat-screen TVs.
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      The SpaceOur home is a genuine old Vermont farmhouse with a comfortable atmosphere. Exposed beams, a stone fireplace and a soapstone wood stove will make you feel cozy and at home. In the summer you can enjoy our outdoor decks and our screened porch , or sit in chairs outside and take in the gardens and the view. In the winter months, a warming fire is always burning. Our floors are a bit warped, and nothing is really straight and level. There's usually something cooking in the kitchen! Guest AccessYou will have access to a large portion of our house, much of of it private and for your exclusive use. There are two baths for you to use, a private sitting area, and a smaller sitting area outside of your room. Your hosts have a separate, third bath by their room, so you won't "bump into" us. We value your privacy, yet welcome conversation if you wish. Interaction with GuestsWe are available at all times to help with ideas to make your stay more enjoyable, with information on restaurants, activities and routes. Our house has quiet areas where you can relax alone, read a book or watch your favorite shows on Satellite TV. You can take a walk around the "neighborhood" and visit the horses, nearby cows or stroll our country road and enjoy the scenery. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is largely rural, surrounded by mountains and fields. Our neighbors are all wonderful, friendly people and we all know and look out for one another. Some of our neighbors are cows... you might hear them moo at feeding time. At night, listen for owls, or the occasional coyote howl. Other Things to NoteIf you visit us in the colder months, it's a good idea to pack a sweater, as our house is "genuine" in it's charm and age, and sometimes that means drafts on very cold, windy days. But you're always welcome to warm yourself by the wood stove in the living room. We want you to be comfortable at all times!
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      3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath, vacation home, nestled on 5 1/2 acres. Sleeps 4-6 comfortably. Very nicely decorated with contemporary, comfortable furnishings. Very private wooded site. 2200 square feet, partially finished recreation room with pool table and sofas. Master bedroom with king bed and master bath with tub, 2nd bedroom with queen bed, and 3rd bedroom with daybed and trundle. Vermont Castings gas stove. Full kitchen with outside gas grill. Screened porch to enjoy the sounds and sights of nature. Walking trails right out the door. Five minutes to downtown Bristol, 15 minutes to Middlebury, and 40 minutes to Burlington for restaurants and shopping. Enjoy spectacular swimming in the New Haven river nearby. Lake Dunmore's Branbury State Park with beach and boat access 30 minutes away and Lake Champlain's state parks with access 40 minutes away.