Dummerston, VT, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Dummerston

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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThis property was the original barn for the saloon horses in the early 1900's. Later it became the barbershop. We purchased it two years ago from our neighbor, and created a true gem of home with incredible craftsmanship and detail, marrying the original timbers and frame with a lofty great room addition filled with light and warmth. Every part of this house has been hand crafted by Hand of Man Artisan Builder, Nick Marchese, including the doors, cherry spiral staircase, pencil post master bed and master bath soapstone sink. Concrete radiant floor heat the home as well as passive solar. Walls are lushly painted with plaster-like clay paint in sumptuous colors. The owners' art tile embellishes the master bath double-headed shower. Cherry kitchen cabinets from Thich Nhat Hanh’s Dharma Meditation Center in Hartland, Vermont, soapstone counters, extra capacity refrigerator and double drawer dishwasher, create a wonderful kitchen in the open concept great room. Huge triangle windows flood light into this room. The mahogany deck with large grill is nestled in the backyard trees for a private tree house feeling. Two bedrooms in the original part of the house have their own full bathroom with skylight and curved glass door shower. The cozy entertainment den has a 40" flat screen with full surround sound system, couch surround and dark clay painted walls for the ultimate in movie watching. Located in a quant village next to one of town churches also restored by the owner, there is a large baseball field next door that is available for all to use. Walks down country lanes to our local gorgeous granite rock falls, the nearby West River with covered bridges, or a walk across the baseball field down to the gas station market for that forgotten dozen eggs makes for lovely morning walks. Surrounding towns include historic Newfane (3 miles north), Dover and West Dover which are lovely towns to peruse at the base of the ski mountains, Putney, filled with craftsman, apple orchards and a quaint downtown, and of course Brattleboro, Vermont, listed in Smithsonian Magazine as one of the top eleven best places to live and visit in the country. Brattleboro is full of opportunities for leisure and entertainment. Stroll the downtown, sample our local brewery by the water, the famous Fireworks wood fired pizza restaurant, large new Food Coop, Grafton Cheese company store tasting room, Vermont Country Deli, Sam's outdoor Outfitters. Shop some of our unique carpet, jewelry, art galleries, wine stores, boutiques and bead stores, local bakery and acclaimed unique thrift stores. Catch a show at the Vermont Jazz Center, New England Youth Theatre, New England Center for Circus Arts, or a movie at the historic Latchis Theatre. A full list of shows, events and calendar listings will be ready for your arrival, and can be requested beforehand for planning. Come during one of our town events: The Brattleboro Literary Festival, Strolling of the Heifers, Marlboro Music Festival, Women's Film Festival, Yellow Barn Music Festival, Putney Craft Tour, Rock River Open Studio Tour, Cotton Mill Open Studio and Holiday Sale, Cherry Hill Artists Tour, the Annual Ski Jump competition. This is a great area for fishing, kayaking, biking, snowshoeing, skiing, or walking down country lanes. So much to do any season! Guest AccessThe whole house! We maintain an office with closed door downstairs. Interaction with GuestsWe leave the front door unlocked and the keys on the table with the house manual for your arrival. If you need anything, just text one of us and we will help. Enjoy your stay! House manual and ideas for things to do around town are on line here in the manual section. The NeighborhoodGreat little quiet Vermont hamlet with a post office next door, a little public library and a convenience store/gas station just down the hill for basic amenities. Since our little town is a close knit community, please respect our neighbors by parking well, not playing in the street, and sharing a wave perhaps if it seems appropriate. Getting AroundYou need a car here for sure to get around and see the sites. There is basically no public transportation. Other Things to NotePlease be sure to park parallel to the road. No more than three cars are allowed, as per town ordinance, in the driveway. Please be sure your cars are not hanging over the pavement in any way.
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The SpaceEnjoy a visit to a unique and inspiring intentional community setting in rural Dummerston, just outside of Brattleboro Vermont! This is charming bedroom in a large community house with a shared kitchen, guest bathroom with bath and shower. We have an amazing view with 65 acres of beautiful forest to explore. In the summertime there are chickens and pigs as well as vegetable and flower gardens to enjoy. The house is a unique timber frame, whole trees were used as posts and they reach three stories high! The wood has been sourced from our land and built by us over the past several years. Our road can be bumpy and is all dirt, please use caution and 4 wheel drive is strongly encouraged. Take a look at our photos and you'll see! Guest AccessWe offer a communal kitchen space, several decks overlooking the west river valley, guest bathroom and shower, Cable, Movies and living room. Interaction with GuestsWe will be present during your stay, and happy to greet you in the kitchen or around the house. You might run into us over a cup of coffee in the morning, or while cooking something up for dinner. Still, we respect your visit and your privacy and try to leave you as much space as you like. We're a friendly bunch, if you'd like to strike up a conversation about local things to do or how we're working to incorporate permaculture practices on our land or just looking to borrow some salt, it won't be hard to find a willing ear. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is beautiful and remote. Though we are only 15 mins from Brattleboro, by the time you find us up on our hill, you'll feel like you are many miles away. We have friendly neighbors, but you can't see them from where we are, our 65 acres property gives us a lot of room to stretch.
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The SpaceEnjoy your private room among a unique intentional community setting in rural Dummerston, just outside of Brattleboro Vermont! This is a charming bedroom in a large community house with a shared kitchen, guest bathroom with bath and shower. We have an amazing view with 65 acres of beautiful forest to explore. The house is a unique timber frame, whole trees were used as posts and they reach three stories high! The wood has been sourced from our land and built by us over the last two years. Our road can be bumpy and is all dirt, please use caution and 4 wheel drive is strongly encouraged. Take a look at our photos and you'll see! Guest AccessWe offer a communal kitchen space, several decks overlooking the west river valley, guest bathroom and shower, Cable, Movies and living room. Interaction with GuestsWe will be present during your stay, and happy to greet you in the kitchen or around the house. You might run into us over a cup of coffee in the morning, or while cooking something up for dinner. Still, we respect your visit and your privacy and try to leave you as much space as you like. We're a friendly bunch, if you'd like to strike up a conversation about local things to do or how we're working to incorporate permaculture practices on our land or just looking to borrow some salt, it won't be hard to find a willing ear. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is beautiful and remote. Though we are only 15 mins from Brattleboro, by the time you find us up on our hill, you'll feel like you are many miles away. We have friendly neighbors, but you can't see them from where we are, our 65 acres property gives us a lot of room to stretch.
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Good
7 reviews
1br Home/Apartment
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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
105 reviews
3br Home/Apartment
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The Space10 minutes from Brattleboro, 15 minutes from Putney, and about 30 minutes to Mt Snow or Stratton, this house is in a secluded spot with a large pond and a stream running through the backyard. Its the perfect place for a romantic getaway for a couple, or for a family vacation. We recently bought this house from our neighbor, because we've always loved this place. We renovated for a few months, and now its ready to share! We hope you will come experience life here for a little while. It has a lot of special charm! There are apple trees in the backyard and goldfish swimming in the pond (along with the salamanders and frogs :) The brook is right by the house, so it will lull you to sleep at night. There are big windows throughout the house, so you can enjoy the view and fall asleep bathed in moonlight! The stars are amazing at night! There's a fire pit for roasting marshmallows, and yes, we have skewers! The house is situated on a non-through road, so there's little traffic. The 4 acre lot backs up to our 11 acre lot, so there's lots of land to wander. It is a quiet area with lots of wildlife. You will fall asleep to the babbling brook (or the spring peeper frogs!) and awaken to the chirping of birds. The house itself has an awesome woodstove that will heat the entire upper floors. We are happy to start a fire for you. The house also has propane heat, so no need to worry if woodstoves seem too troublesome. This is a perfect house for a couple looking for a getaway, but it can also accommodate families as well. The beds (1 king, 2 queen) are comfy and outfitted with soft 100% cotton sheets. The basement has a sofa bed that sets up easily to accommodate 2 people. We prefer to use this for families with children. There are 2 full bathrooms, a fully stocked kitchen, a large deck with a grill, and 3 exits to the great outdoors. We have DirecTV and wifi, so you can decide to tune in or tune out. Guest AccessYou have total access to the property, which includes the pond, brook, garage, backyard shed, bridge, and deck. You also have total access to the house including the washer/dryer, basement tv/rec room, and fully stocked kitchen (dishwasher, oven, coffee maker, fridge, toaster). We'll make sure there's coffee and cream along with a few Vermont goods (like eggs from our very own chickens) awaiting your first morning at Pinecone! Interaction with GuestsWe are best reached thru airbnb, but can also be reached via text or phone. The NeighborhoodPinecone Pond is a 15 minute walk to Jelly Mill Falls (on Stickney Brook), which is a favorite summertime spot for our kids, as well as a perfect place to meditate while gazing at the water falls. Its a short bike ride or drive to Black Mtn, which has a great family trail with stunning views. The West River is just a few minutes away, with many opportunities for kayaking or canoeing. And for the skiers and riders, both Mt Snow and Stratton Mtn are a short 30 minutes away! Getting AroundWe have a 2 car garage that is available for use. One side can fit an SUV the other is for more compact cars. There is also parking directly on the road. We live at the top of a dirt road so AWD vehicles or cars with good tires are recommended in the winter (October-March). We are 1.5 hrs from Hartford airport (BDI). We are 2.5 hours from Boston's Logan Airport. We are 2 hours from Manchester NH Airport. Other Things to NoteAccess to the bedroom on the 3rd floor, has a steeper staircase than is the norm. If you, or anyone in your group have trouble climbing stairs we recommend you plan on staying in one of the 2nd floor bedrooms. The main floor does not have a bathroom (one is in basement, and one on second floor), so anyone staying here will need to be able to use stairs.
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Excellent
14 reviews
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Interaction with GuestsWe will be present during your stay, and happy to greet you in the kitchen or around the house. You might run into us over a cup of coffee in the morning, or while cooking something up for dinner. Still, we respect your visit and your privacy and try to leave you as much space as you like. We're a friendly bunch, if you'd like to strike up a conversation about local things to do or how we're working to incorporate permaculture practices on our land or just looking to borrow some salt, it won't be hard to find a willing ear.
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Excellent
5 reviews
4br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThe Dutton Farm House, sleeps 8, was meticulously restored to its 1840's period style. This was a farm house then housing for farm workers hired to pick the apples on Fred Holbrook's farm. The library offers a rich assortment of the regional history and culture and the living room features a gas fire place where you can read and relax in comfort. Guest AccessGuests will have complete access to the house, the game room, piano, ridge & forest trails, the abandoned apple orchard, and the nearby CSA garden. The house is equipped with wifi and no password is required. Interaction with GuestsThe house is entirely yours and we do not interfere nor impose. The NeighborhoodThe Farm house is located on a rural dirt road bordered by stone walls, maple and hard forests. The area and wildlife invite walks & exploration. There are old foundations and cellars to be discovered in the forests. Getting AroundThere are no public transportation services so you will need a car, but once here, biking during the summer or XC Skiing in the winter may be all the outing you'll want. Other Things to NoteBrattleboro offers fine dining, a Jazz center, the New England Youth Theater, wine shops, farmers' markets, and Vermont Artisan outlets, simply all the amenities you might need, and then there is also Grafton, for a look at a typical eastern 1700's community. Grafton has specialized in award winning cheddar cheeses for years!
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Excellent
76 reviews
1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceQueen-size bed Your own bathroom Kitchenette Sitting room with gas fireplace We live in the woods, at the end of a country road. Guest AccessSpectacular gardens in the summer. Take a walk in the woods spring, summer, fall. Cross-country ski trails out the front door in the winter. We'll lend you snowshoes and sleds. The NeighborhoodWe'll tell you about the secret local places to hike or to swim in the beautiful West River. Or where to put in with your kayak. 40 minutes from Mount Snow. Brattleboro is one of the 10 best Small Towns in America, according to Fodor's. Putney is a happening place. Classical music--Bill attends concerts every weekend. Theater--We see at least 2 local plays every month. A couple of jazz venues nearby. Arts & Crafts in every nook and cranny of the hills around here. Great Farmers' Markets We are 2 miles from one of the 5 Best Nurseries (We would say farm stands!) in New England. Brattleboro has one of the 2 top Circus Schools in the country. Other Things to NoteWe have a charger for your electric vehicle.
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Excellent
5 reviews
2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThe Kipling Carriage House was the barn for Rudyard Kipling's Carriage, then became housing for his staff. It is a beautiful 1890's home with rich wood paneling with suggestions of the previous uses. The gas fireplace is really warm and the couch in front of the fire is great for books, reading, sleeping, dreaming. The kitchen/dining room have turn of the century cabinets and windows that fill the room with light and warmth. Guest AccessThe property sits on 45 forested acres shared with Naulakha, Kipling's home, and a large open meadow. You can use his clay tennis court made available for play every year. The Scott Farm and its heirloom apples is a 15 minute walk or take longer and meander through the woods. Interaction with GuestsWe are available always by phone to respond to any question but we leave you alone to enjoy your vacation, supplying everything but food. Right, you'll have a complete kitchen and full complement of linens. The NeighborhoodThis is a quite wooded neighborhood where maple sap is collected in the Spring and locals enjoy running or walking dirt roads. Down the hill is the barn where Kipling's horses, Nip & Tuck, were kept and that is open to you to visit. It serves as a mini-museum about Rudyard Kipling's life in Vermont. Getting AroundThis is rural Vermont where people commonly walk, ride bikes or horses, or use their cars. Other Things to NoteThe Brattleboro area has an art museum, an outstanding orchestra, a Jazz center, enormous variety of local crafts, violin maker just up the road, day lily gardens, a children's theater company, and excellent family friendly dining.
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Excellent
23 reviews
1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThe Sugar House is tucked into the hillside just below the Scott Farm heirloom apple orchard, home to nearly 100 varieties of heirloom apples and very hungry eager deer looking for a "free lunch"! It is a quiet spot bordered by lilacs and thick grove of maple and other hard woods. Guest AccessYou will have the house to yourselves and it is fully furnished and sports a complete kitchen and full complement of bed & bath linens. The gas fireplace and radiant floor heating offer a warm and cozy retreat from serious winter temperatures. Interaction with GuestsWe will provide you with access information and complete description of the house contents, but otherwise will leave you to yourselves. If needed, we are just a phone call away and our office just a few hundred yards down the road. The NeighborhoodThe neighborhood is quiet except for birds, owls, and clumsy deer. The Spring is sugaring season and September through early November is the apple harvest. You wouldn't see anyone as you are away from the dirt access road. It is simply a wonderful space. Getting AroundYou'll need to depend on yourselves to get around, either bike, walking or your car. The roads are safe and perfect for mountain or cross bikes. Other Things to NoteThe area is rich in diversions; art museums, local artisans, violin makers, regionally renowned childrens' theater, first class orchestra, dairy farms, cheese makers, day lily gardens, and of course the rivers, West & the Connecticut.
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    I bought this church from the Roman Catholic Diocese almost twelve years ago. The stained glass is original and is illuminated each morning by the sunrise coming up over Black Mtn. This stunning space is the result of a three year renovation. The curved walls and archways create a true sanctuary like space that is hard to leave once you are there. Stratton Mountain is 30 minutes to the access road and under 40 to Mount Snow. Brattleboro, just five minutes away, has been voted consistently as one of the best small towns in America to visit. If you want to ski, snow shoe, shop, eat, sip local brew and explore the town, or never leave the Sanctuary, this is your spot! The master suite is up in the extended "choir loft" that I built out to make a spacious bedroom and dressing room, and has it's own full bath with double-headed shower and 54" claw-foot tub. There are two beautiful, small private rooms to the left and right of what used to be the altar. They feature curved walls, twin bed below, a loft above with full or queen bed, and a large skylight in each. There is a full bathroom for these rooms with European style shower as well as laundry. The kitchen is a chef's paradise, with a six burner, two grill, double oven Garland gas stove, double soapstone farm sink and beautifully detailed concrete countertops. Lots of counter space and a large farm table island in the middle provide adequate prep, serving and "hang out" space (everyone seems to love to congregate in the kitchen!). The TV lounge under the choir loft has couches and a lounge chair for watching movies, reading and relaxing. We have cable, Netflix and Amazon capability through the Blue Ray player, and of course, high speed Internet. The heat is radiant floor which is wonderful for this space with 25' vaulted ceilings. There is also a propane instant on-demand glass door fireplace on the "altar" for ambience throughout the space and cozying up to after a day on the mountain. There are country roads for walking, a wonderful river to visit nearby, a great neighborhood if you want to make friends, and the US post office right in the village. This is a most welcoming and generous space for one to six! The Church is nestled into the village of West Dummerston. The West River is located just a "stone's throw away", spanned by an historic covered bridge, the Rock River tributary, granite ledged Stickney Brook tributary and their many associated swimming holes including the "famous" "Indian Love Call". We are 35 minutes to the slopes of Stratton Mtn., 40 minutes to Mt. Snow, about an hour to Bromley Mtn and the outlet shopping mecca of Manchester, VT. The "One and only Brattleboro" VT is a mere 6 minutes by car, 20 minutes by bicycle and is a great place to dine, shop, explore the diverse art scene and "First Friday Gallery Walk", just for starters. Voted a top arts destination and "best place to visit" by travel magazines. Nearby Black Mtn. offers easy to challenging hiking trails or plan your visit around one of the region's many music, film or literary festivals or independent art studio tours including Marlboro music Festival, Yellow Barn Festival, Women's Film Festival, Brattleboro Literary Festival, etc, etc.!!! There is room to park 2 vehicles easily at the church, 3 if you squeeze. If your cell phone carrier is AT&T;, T-Mobile or affiliated partner, you will have good cell service here. Unfortunately, Verizon and partners do not work well here, but are fine to within 5 miles of the village. This is Vermont village living and as such, there are nearby neighbors. While the large open space of the church would make for a hell of a party venue, this historic and artfully appointed "church" sanctuary is best appreciated in a quiet way. Please keep this in mind if choosing to book with us. Thank you!
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    The SpaceI bought this church from the Roman Catholic Diocese almost twelve years ago. The stained glass is original and is illuminated each morning by the sunrise coming up over the hill. This stunning space is the result of a three year renovation. The curved walls and archways create a true sanctuary like space that is hard to leave once you are there. Stratton Mountain is 30 minutes to the access road and under 40 to Mount Snow. Brattleboro, just five minutes away, has been voted consistently as one of the best small towns in America to visit. If you want to ski, snow shoe, shop, eat, sip local brew and explore the town, or never leave the Sanctuary, this is your spot! The master suite is up in the extended "choir loft" that I built out to make a spacious bedroom and dressing room, and has it's own full bath with double-headed shower and 54" claw-foot tub. There are two beautiful, small private rooms to the left and right of what used to be the altar. They feature curved walls, living space below, a loft above with full or queen beds, and a large skylight in each. There is a full bathroom for these rooms with European style shower as well as laundry. The kitchen is a chef's paradise, with a six burner, two grill, double oven Garland gas stove, double soapstone farm sink and beautifully detailed concrete countertops. Lots of counter space and a large farm table island in the middle provide adequate prep, serving and "hang out" space (everyone seems to love to congregate in the kitchen!). The TV lounge under the choir loft has couches and a lounge chair for watching movies, reading and relaxing. We have cable, Netflix and Amazon capability through the Blue Ray player, and of course, high speed Internet. The heat is radiant floor which is wonderful for this space with 25' vaulted ceilings. There is also a propane instant on-demand glass door fireplace on the "altar" for ambience throughout the space and cozying up to after a day on the mountains. There are country roads for walking, a wonderful river to visit nearby, a great neighborhood if you want to make friends, and the US post office right in the village. This is a most welcoming and generous space for one to six! Only the bell tower is off limits. There is a grill outside the front door. The front door will be open with key and house manual on the table, so guests check in and out on their own. Def need a car here, though you can walk to many swimming location on beautiful Vermont streams. This is an upstairs apartment and we do ask our guests to be considerate of floor noise like heavy heels, furniture moving and dropping things on the floor, especially during normal sleeping hours. Guest AccessThe outside "deck" has to be off limits as there is no railing and a dangerous gap stepping onto it. The bell tower is off limits as are the small lofts in the two back bedrooms. Please don't pull ladders down as the firechief expressly does not want people sleeping up there. Interaction with GuestsThe front door will be open with key and house manual on the table, so guests check in and out on their own. Parking is right in front of the house with space for three cars. Please part perpendicular to the road, with the nose of your cars facing the yellow house behind the church. The NeighborhoodParking it is very important that you follow parking guidelines and pull COMPLETELY off the road taking car that no part of the car is hanging over the pavement. This is fire and snow removal ordinance for all seasons. Getting AroundDef need a car here, though you can walk to many swimming location on beautiful Vermont streams and to our famous little covered bridge down the street. Other Things to NotePlease remove shoes in general when in the house. We have guests sometimes staying in the apartment below, and besides keeping the house cleaner, shoes off helps minimize foot traffic noise. We do ask our guests to be gentle with loud thuds, moving furniture and heavy heels while in the house. Please be sure the front doors are latched when you leave for the day. They can sometimes not latch well and can swing open. Please read direction for lighting the oven that are on a ceramic plaque I made on top of the stove before use. Be respectful of natural resources and shut lights and air conditioner off when you leave for the day. VERY LITTLE or preferably no bleach in the washer to preserve the health of the septic system and mother earth...thank you! Sometimes it seems that the vessel sink upstairs is blocked. It's the strange nature of vessel sinks, come to find out; because they have no overflow to release pressure, you have to create one by swirling the water down manually to get air into the pipe.
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    Excellent
    36 reviews
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    The SpaceStickney Brook's winding country road delivers you to this warm post and beam influenced home that is comfortably furnished and sweetly kept by a wood stove. The house sits on 4 acres of a peaceful hillside, with an abundance of wildlife and small gardens. Your host, Patricia, keeps honeybees, laying hens, and grows edible flowers. Two beautiful Australian Shepherd dogs are part of the family as well. Your private 11'x12' bedroom (a dog-free zone) has wide pine floors, wooden ceiling beams, 2 windows, and an adjacent, private, full bath with slate floor. There is a comfortable queen bed fitted with high count crisp cotton linens in the summer, and cozy flannel sheets with a down duvet during the winter. The room is furnished with a silk bedside rug, oak dresser, desk, and ample closet space. Smoking is not allowed anywhere on the property. Guest AccessPlease read the house rules when you book your stay. A house key will be made available for you to come and go at your leisure. You will have access to the outdoor hot tub and deck, and the sunroom (in season). In the mornings, from 8-10am, Patricia will set out breakfast fare in the dining area. Gluten free is available with a week's notice. The living area is a cozy shared space with Patricia and the dogs - you are welcome to relax here. Access to the house kitchen is limited to coffee/tea preparations. If you have a few items you would like to store in the kitchen refrigerator, please ask Patricia. Laundry facilities: washer, dryer, ironing, are available - please ask Patricia. Traveling on Stickney Brook Rd. during summer and fall is a lovely, scenic country dirt road ride. Interaction with GuestsPatricia will greet you at the house. The dogs, Honor & Gracie, will be happy to meet you, and Patricia will assist with introductions. The dogs are not allowed in the guest room. Generally, Patricia is available for assistance as needed. She is happy to give you plenty of privacy, or to help you consider how to spend your days. The NeighborhoodStickney Brook Road is known for it's cascading waterfalls, and elevating, meandering country road. From the house, there are nearby trails for hiking, or snow shoeing. Skiing is available at Mount Snow (40 min.) and Stratton Mountain (50 min.). Local swimming holes can be found within a short drive. Dummerston is a rambling rural town with quiet orchards, and boasts a famous annual Apple Pie Festival in October. Nearby farms are abundant, including Scott Farm, which holds wine tastings and other events. Bustling Brattleboro is an arty, mini metropolis with ongoing activities and events, including a year round, first of the month, Friday night gallery walk. There is a wide choice of restaurants - ranging from award winning TJ Buckley's Uptown Dining; unique Vermont dining at the nearby rural Williamsville Eatery; or classic diner fare at the long standing, local favorite, Chelsea Royal Diner. On Saturdays, May - October is the outdoor Brattleboro Area Farmers' Market, home to Vermont's largest market of farmers, craftspeople, and chefs. This outdoor market includes over 50 vendors, a picnic area, and plenty of local personality and charm. Winter time includes a Saturday indoor Farmers' Market located in downtown Brattleboro. Your host, Patricia of Wild Flour Vermont Bakery, vends at both of these markets. Getting AroundWinter travel requires 4 wheel drive or studded snow tires and an adventurous attitude. Traveling on Stickney Brook Rd. during late spring, summer and fall is a lovely, scenic country dirt road ride. Train Service - Amtrak's Vermonter Car Rental - Enterprise There is no bus service up here on the mountain, but there is local service in Brattleboro. Other Things to NotePatricia works from home as a pastry chef and vends at the local Farmers' Market on Saturdays. The bakery is located in an adjacent room to the house kitchen, which happily means that the house smells like French pastries most of the time. She rises early on Saturday morning to begin baking. You can look for her website under Wild Flour Vermont Bakery. Cellphone service exists, but can be inconsistent up here on the mountain. The house landline is always available for you to make any US calls (NO International Calls).
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    The SpaceCommon living spaces are bright and airy, facing the east. Bedrooms are situated for privacy. Finished basement includes a pullout couch, television, games and toys. Over an acre of private yard space with perennial gardens, herbs, and a firepit. Deck with outdoor seating overlooks the yard and adjacent cornfield. Gas and charcoal grills available for use. Guest AccessAccess to the entire house excepting the master bedroom closet and unfinished parts of the basement. The NeighborhoodQuiet residential neighborhood, access to miles of hiking trails, dead end street. Swimming holes only a couple miles away on the West River. Many ski resorts are nearby- Mount Snow ( 22 miles), Okemo ( 54 miles) Bromley ( 35 miles) and Stratton ( 24 miles). Living Memorial Park in Brattleboro has great sledding, ice skating and a rope tow. In the summer, you can take advantage of kayaking on the West and Connecticut Rivers, fishing, and great restaurants downtown. Getting AroundWe are ten minutes from downtown Brattleboro, so an automobile is your best bet.
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    Excellent
    7 reviews
    2br Home/Apartment
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    The SpaceFOR SCHOOL GRADUATIONS: Nearby schools: Marlboro College, The Putney School, The Greenwood School, Antioch University, Keene State College, Marlboro Graduate School. Smith College and Dartmouth are also about 40 minutes away. - Sunny and open layout - Living room with wood stove and stacked wood available - Large refrigerator, kitchen with many appliances - One master bedroom and one guest bedroom. - Cute bathroom w. nice shower - Gas stove, microwave, toaster, ceiling fan - Deck and eating area with a charcoal grill - Backyard on waterfront for summer kayaking, swimming and fishing. - Mountain and water views. - Propane heat Guest AccessTotal access to the entire house and surrounding land. Host is not on site. Interaction with GuestsI know all the trails, hikes, swimming holes around- would be happy to show you, or tell you where they are. Camp Arden is in a nature preserve and is a recreational area for Vermonters. Once we get to know each other, we can arrange that you let yourselves in and out if preferred. The NeighborhoodLocal Attractions: -near mt snow, and stratton ski slopes. cross country ski tracks 10 min away. - Indoor and outdoor climbing - Great restaurants (since the house borders Massachusetts, NH and VT) - Marlboro Music Festival - Weekly farmers markets (spring and summer) - Rustic Fall and Spring foliage - Antiques & Art Shows - Apple picking, wine and cheese tasting nearby - National Parks, Black Mountain nature preserve - Pumpkin festivals in the fall - Salsa and swing dancing in Northampton, and TONS of shopping/ boutiques - Contra dancing in Brattleboro - Movie theaters and playhouses Getting Around- Minutes to I-91 - 7 minutes from the towns of Brattleboro and Putney - 35 minutes Stratton Ski Resort - 20 minutes Keene, New Hampshire - 20 minutes to Marlboro - 40 minutes to Northampton - 50 minutes to Mt Snow Ski Resort - 2hrs Boston, 3hrs New York City Other Things to NoteNo Smoking
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    Excellent
    14 reviews
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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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    98br hotel
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    Situated in Brattleboro, this hotel is 0.8 mi (1.3 km) from United States Navy Seabee Bridge and within 3 mi (5 km) of Rudyard Kipling House and Brattleboro Common. Brattleboro Museum & Art Center is 3.1 mi (5 km) away.
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    Excellent
    3 reviews
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    The SpacePerfect for business or medical travelers. Whether you are here for a quick weekend get away, a family event, or an extended trip Southern Vermont is a wonderful vacation destination with abundant activities for all no matter what your tastes are. The Brattleboro/Putney area is bursting with hundreds of talented artists, many of whom host open studio hours. You'll enjoy endless miles of hiking, river swimming, and exploring the natural surroundings. Our renowned music centers including the Vermont Jazz Center, the Marlboro Music Festival, and the Yellow Barn Music Festival will thrill and delight you. You'll love all the unique restaurants and shopping opportunities. While you're here take in a show at the famous New England Youth Theater. Guest AccessGuests will have access to the kitchen, living room, laundry room, and outdoor deck/pool. Interaction with GuestsAs your host I will greet you during standard check in times and make sure you settle in comfortably. I will always be available by phone or text. For late arrivals I will make arrangements for entry. The NeighborhoodThe location is very convenient and easy to travel to and from. The house is just 3 miles from I-91 Exit 3 or 4. It is at the midpoint between Putney and Brattleboro each only 5 minutes away by car. You will love the magical Walker Farm and Market just across the street where you'll find fresh fruit and vegetable, artisan cheeses, breads, and Vermont maple syrup. Save some time to tour the entire farm market, you'll be amazed at it's loveliness. Getting AroundYou will be most comfortable with your own vehicle. There is a bus that travels by the house twice in the early morning and twice in the late afternoon. Taxi service is available but do remember we are in a small town area and taxi's are not readily availble like in metropolitan areas. Other Things to NoteYou may see a flock of wild turkeys, a doe and fawn, fox, or occassional bear saunter through the back yard. Enjoy wild life from the safety of the house and remember how unpredictable those wonderful creatures can be. Never feed wild life or leave food or garbage outside that may attract them onto the deck/pool area. Feeding wild life causes them to loose their natural fear of humans and endagers their life if animal control must get involved.
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    73br hotel
    • Breakfast
    • Gym
    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed
    • Swimming Pool
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    Situated in Brattleboro, this hotel is 0.7 mi (1.2 km) from United States Navy Seabee Bridge and within 3 mi (5 km) of Rudyard Kipling House and Brattleboro Common. Brattleboro Museum & Art Center is 3 mi (4.8 km) away.
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    1br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    • Breakfast
    • Parking
    • Swimming Pool
    Located at a highly rated, friendly and peaceful campground, this apt. is ideal for a single, couple, or small family. Enjoy all the amenities of the campground and area. Check out (URL HIDDEN) for details on both. Campground is closed from Nov-April so apartment is very quiet at this time.
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    2br Home/Apartment
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    • Breakfast
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    The SpaceWalk through the garden into a bright living space with a comfortable couch and inviting wood stove. Upstairs is a queen-size bed and a double bed tucked in an alcove off the main room. Quality crisp linens make up both beds. The bathroom has simple fixtures that include an antique sink and tub (no shower). All rooms have plaster walls, wide pine floors, giving the place a feeling of simplicity and calm. Guests come to rest and renew, read and write, walk and make pictures. The space was built in 2008 on the site of an old barn to match the original footprint and is attached to the original house where the hosts live year-round. Guest AccessGuests have access to their private space and the southwest dooryard garden. A continental breakfast (local and organic) may be left at your doorstep, served in the sitting room, or enjoyed at the garden table on pleasant mornings. Your hosts are knowledgeable of the area and can guide you to local points of interest and area events. Interaction with GuestsThe guest house is attached to a 250+- year old house. The hosts are next door. Breakfast is left at your doorstep, or served in the garden on nice days or in the downstairs sitting room. The NeighborhoodThe Red House is located in the center of the upland agricultural hamlet of Dummerston Center, Vermont, 7 miles to Brattleboro–––the cultural center of southern Vermont–––in one direction, and 5 miles to the charming village of Putney in the other. Windham County is known for its art galleries, antiques, Vermont décor, independent bookstores, and a variety of local cuisine ranging from fine dining to favorite grills, cafes, and coffee shops. Other points of interests are: Naulakha (home of Rudyard Kipling), Scott Farm, known for over a 150 heirloom apple varieties, local hiking trails, and the West River. Right out your door is a quintessential Vermont dirt road walk with historic homes, barns, stonewalls, old orchards, brooks, fields, and woods with miles of hiking trails. Getting AroundGuests will need their own car as this location is rural. The nearest airport is in Hartford, CT. There's a train station with trains from the north and the south located in downtown Brattleboro and an Enterprise Car Rental nearby. Other Things to NoteGuests need to know that the house is located at a four-way stop in a rural hamlet. Cars go past at all times during the day. There are occasional cars late at night. The house is primarily heated by a wood stove, managed by the host, with a back-up heating source. Summers are generally cool and fans are available for use during warmer months. There is only a tub; no shower or kitchen. A small refrigerator and electric teakettle is available.
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    3br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    • Breakfast
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    The SpaceWhen you enter the house, to your left is the master suite, which is reserved for the owners. Everything else is to your right - half bath, kitchen, dining area, living room, sun room and staircase leading to a full bath and 3 bedrooms upstairs, 2 of which overlook the river. Guest AccessGuests have free access to everything except the master suite, where the owners stay, on the main level. They are also welcome to take advantage of our beach on the river in the warmer months. Interaction with GuestsWe will be at home, but we will try to stay out of your way as much as possible so that you can make yourself at home.
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      I bought this church from the Roman Catholic Diocese almost twelve years ago. The stained glass is original and is illuminated each morning by the sunrise coming up over Black Mtn. This stunning space is the result of a three year renovation. The curved walls and archways create a true sanctuary like space that is hard to leave once you are there. Stratton Mountain is 30 minutes to the access road and under 40 to Mount Snow. Brattleboro, just five minutes away, has been voted consistently as one of the best small towns in America to visit. If you want to ski, snow shoe, shop, eat, sip local brew and explore the town, or never leave the Sanctuary, this is your spot! The master suite is up in the extended "choir loft" that I built out to make a spacious bedroom and dressing room, and has it's own full bath with double-headed shower and 54" claw-foot tub. There are two beautiful, small private rooms to the left and right of what used to be the altar. They feature curved walls, twin bed below, a loft above with full or queen bed, and a large skylight in each. There is a full bathroom for these rooms with European style shower as well as laundry. The kitchen is a chef's paradise, with a six burner, two grill, double oven Garland gas stove, double soapstone farm sink and beautifully detailed concrete countertops. Lots of counter space and a large farm table island in the middle provide adequate prep, serving and "hang out" space (everyone seems to love to congregate in the kitchen!). The TV lounge under the choir loft has couches and a lounge chair for watching movies, reading and relaxing. We have cable, Netflix and Amazon capability through the Blue Ray player, and of course, high speed Internet. The heat is radiant floor which is wonderful for this space with 25' vaulted ceilings. There is also a propane instant on-demand glass door fireplace on the "altar" for ambience throughout the space and cozying up to after a day on the mountain. There are country roads for walking, a wonderful river to visit nearby, a great neighborhood if you want to make friends, and the US post office right in the village. This is a most welcoming and generous space for one to six!
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      Excellent
      15 reviews
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      • Pets Allowed
      • Breakfast
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      The SpaceThe space is attached to our 270 year old farm house but it has its own entrance. It consists of an entrance hallway, a sitting area, bathroom with stand up shower and kitchenette with a mini-fridge, microwave, and an electric kettle for making coffee, tea and hot chocolate. It has a small staircase leading up to a large sleeping loft with the capacity to sleep up to 5. We provide a bottle of wine on your first night and a simple breakfast basket each morning of your stay. Fresh linens and towels provided. Air conditioning is available if you like. Children and friendly dogs more than welcome! Interaction with GuestsWe are an artsy and earthy homeschooling family of four that lives in a separate part of the house. We are home a lot of the time so we're often available if you need anything. Feel free to come over or just text with questions if you prefer a little more privacy. The NeighborhoodOur place is at the end of a 1/2-mile long dirt road with 6 houses on it. We are located on a stunning plateau above the West River...a 10-minute walk and you're close to several fabulous swimming holes. You can also hike or bike the 8-mile long trail that runs along the river. If you want to can walk to the Marina restaurant and eat dinner with a gorgeous view of the Retreat Meadows and the evening sunset. Getting AroundWe are about 1 1/2 miles from the town bus stop and 2 1/2 miles from the closest Greyhound/Peter Pan bus stop. We are 2 miles from exit 3 on Interstate 91. We are 4 miles to downtown Brattleboro and 2 1/2 miles from grocery stores, gas stations, pharmacies, etc. Other Things to NoteWe love having kids and friendly dogs around. We can make a campfire in our backyard firepit if you like.
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      3br Bedroom
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      The SpaceBear Hill came to be fully realized in 2006. My husband, Tim and I purchased the land and built the house in 2004-2006. It was a labor of love and sweat (and sometimes tears!). We used a company called Habitat Post and Beam for the house, and then made the elements our own. My favorite is the circle window over the kitchen sink, elevating a mundane task to a lesson in mediation and magic. My husband, Tim, is a fabulously handy guy, and made the built-in bookshelves on the main floor--another of my favorite features. He loves the vaulted ceilings in the upstairs and the radiant heat in the walkout basement! We both adore the kitchen layout and find it to be a fun, playful place to cook and design delicious meals to share with friends and family. We have payed special attention to the kitchen so that you may find the magic in it as well. We have loved the light-filled rooms and spacious feel to the whole home. We hope you will too! Bear Hill is decorated in a funky farmhouse style, with a nod to some industrial elements that lend well to a classic Post & Beam build. It's a comfortable place to spend time! Mostly, we want your stay to be cozy--the kind of vacation where you feel as though you are right at home. Find a favorite spot to read, find a special place on the property you connect to, tell us some things you find wonderful about the space in our guest book! We are looking forward to your stay. Guest AccessYou will be able to access all of the house's living space. We are working on a sleeping loft in the 1st bedroom (it will have 2 twins that can be made into a king) which is not ready yet--October 1st is the current projection. The walkout spacious basement is semi-finished and is delineated as the mudroom, the media room (couch/tv), and laundry/storage space. You will have full access to the whole home. Interaction with GuestsMost times, we will greet guests and then be available for questions for the duration of your stay. Otherwise, we are pretty hands-off hosts seeing as we do not live on the property. With advance notice, we may be convinced to show you the old stone walls on the land.... who doesn't love a good hike in the woods? The NeighborhoodThis property abuts over 50 acres of conservation and watershed land. You'll be delighted to discover old stone walls delineating past pasture land, plenty of woodland creatures to see and hear, trails to the Pleasant Valley Reservoir (hike! mountain bike! x-country ski!) where you can observe more wildlife, and places to pitch a tent in the backyard or even a short ways up the hill behind the home if you want a night in nature. We have only 2 neighbors on Bear Hill and 3 on Gulf Road, so it's a very private setting. From the backyard, and at the fire pit, you will not see anyone. Just you, the sunshine, and the stars and moon! Enjoy! Getting AroundPublic transportation is minimal. You'll need to have your car handy for exploring! Bring your mountain bike for some excellent riding, or your x-country skis for some adventuring in winter. Other Things to NoteThere are not air conditioners available at present. However, the home is very breezy and full of fresh air with the windows open. During the winter months, the wood stove is available for use with a tutorial for arriving guests. The driveway has a medium steep pitch, and is well maintained in all seasons. Plenty of room for turn-arounds at the top. It's likely you will need an all-wheel drive vehicle for a winter visit.
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      • Parking
      • Swimming Pool
      Adorable one bedroom apartment in a private country location three miles from I91. Fully equipped kitchen, large sunny deck, beautiful views. Private entrance and parking. Just 6 miles from downtown Brattleboro.
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      3br Home/Apartment
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      • Pets Allowed
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      I bought this church from the Roman Catholic Diocese 15 years ago. 25 foot cathedral ceilings, six burner cook stove, soapstone farm sink, double shower heads, two full baths, original stained glass with beautiful morning light. House yoga mats, gas fireplace, 40" flat screen with cable and couch and stuff chairs for lounging and talking, 9' cherry dining table The stained glass is original and is illuminated each morning by the sunrise coming up over the hill. This stunning space is the result of a three year renovation. The curved walls and archways create a true sanctuary like space that is hard to leave once you are there. Stratton Mountain is 30 minutes to the access road and under 35 to Mount Snow. Brattleboro, just five minutes away, has been voted consistently as one of the best small towns in America to visit. If you want to ski, snow shoe, shop, eat, sip local brew and explore the town, or never leave the Sanctuary, this is your spot! The master suite is up in the extended 'choir loft' that I built out to make a spacious bedroom and dressing room, and has it's own full bath with double-headed shower and 54" claw-foot tub. There are two beautiful, very small private rooms to the left and right of what used to be the altar. They feature curved walls, queen beds, and a large skylight in each. There is a full bathroom for these rooms with European style shower as well as full laundry for the house. The kitchen is a chef's delight with a six burner, two grill, double oven Garland Restaurant gas stove, double soapstone farm sink and beautifully detailed concrete countertops. Lots of counter space and a large farm table island in the middle provide adequate prep, serving and 'hang out' space (everyone seems to love to congregate in the kitchen!). The heat is radiant floor which is wonderful for this space with 25' vaulted ceilings. There is also a propane instant on-demand glass door fireplace on the 'altar' for ambience throughout the space and cozying up to after a day on the mountains. The TV lounge under the choir loft has couches and a lounge chair for watching movies, reading and relaxing. We have cable, Netflix and Amazon capability through the Blue Ray player, and of course, high speed Internet. There are country roads for walking, a wonderful river to visit nearby, a great neighborhood if you want to make friends, and the US post office right in the village. This is a most welcoming and generous space for one to six!
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      3br Home/Apartment
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      • Wifi
      Wonderful home with open living room and dining room. Wood paneling and wood floors. Warm and toasty fireplace with propane gas stove. Coxy kitchen with sweet cottage flavor. 3 bedroom, one with a full size bed, one with a queen size and one with Trundle bed or 2 singles. 2 newly renovated bathrooms, one in Master bedroom with large soaking tub and marble sink. Other bathroom has a shower and stone tiled floors. Washer dryer in basement. Setting is on 2 acres with a stream and bridge over it. There is a garage and a large parking area for your cars. House is located 4 miles from the center of Brattleboro and off route 30. Close to Newfane and 20 miles to Mount Snow and 40 to Stratton. Hiking trails, swimming in the West River, near the Brattleboro Country Club and golfing. Close to the a farm for wonderful sleigh rides in the snow. Perfect private and pleasing. The property is nestled in off the road and has a large driveway with a garage. There are neighbors houses but they are not close. It is a beautiful setting. Driveway is plowed for the snow.
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      Excellent
      7 reviews
      1br Home/Apartment
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      • Parking
      The SpaceCross the bridge to Nowhere where you’ll find your tiny house, with internet access. The rustling sound of the brooks that permeate the air may be what you notice first. Then, your temple. With its window seat (a cathedral ceiling hidden inside) overlooking the brook, its five small stained glass windows, its sliding glass doors offering a view of the woods and leading out onto your private patio, this space does have more the feel of a temple than a house. Inside, stairs lead to a sleeping loft where you have a more expansive view of the brook. Some chose this tiny house for a writing retreat. If that speaks to you, in warm weather, you have the option of moving your writing outdoors. You can set up your laptop in the shared screened-in porch off your sanctuary. (Electrical outlet and uninterrupted internet access on the porch.) On your mid-day break, you can take your lunch to the sauna house deck overlooking a particularly beautiful spot on the brook, or out to the picnic table by another spot on the brook, or onto the deck. For dinner, you can drive seven minutes into Brattleboro, chosen as #11 in the Smithsonian Magazine's list of "The 20 Best Small Towns in America." (May 2012 issue.) Between activities, you can sauna or walk on trails through the woods. In winter, snow shoe or cross-country ski. Or skate for free at the nearby Retreat Meadows. Downhill ski slopes are a half-hour, 34-mile drive away. In summer, you can bicycle, dip in the brook or swim in the nearby river. There is no bathroom or kitchen in the tiny house, which is a free-standing building. If you walk out your side door and cross the screened-in porch, you enter the main house where the shared bathroom is. In summer the outdoor shower just outside your retreat is also available. Coffee and tea are available in the kitchen throughout the day. During your stay, you might visit nearby Brattleboro's Gallery Walk on the first Friday of every month where local artists exhibit new work and put on performances. If the timing is right, you can catch one of the annual festivals: the Brattleboro Music Center's Northern Roots Festival in January; the Womens' Film Festival in March; the Brattleboro Literary Festival in October. For contra dancers, there's the Dawn Dance--dancing from 8 p.m. all night to sunrise--on the Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends. You might also take a few minutes drive to Naulakha, the estate of Rudyard Kipling. Guest AccessGuests are encouraged to enjoy the sauna house with its deck overlooking the brook; the camp fire area; the tent platform with its spectacular view of the point where two brooks meet; the picnic table in another area by the brook; the deck; the screened-in porch; the outdoor shower. In the main house, there is the shared bathroom. Interaction with GuestsI show guests around, answer questions and seek to be helpful. Since people are often here for quiet time, I take my cues from them. I generally don't look for conversations during my writing time, mornings until about 2 p.m. After that, if guests seek me out, I'm happy to chat. Getting AroundNowhere is the woods. No public transport here. There is a train station in Brattleboro, a seven-minute drive from here, with service from New York City and Washington, D.C. But once here, you pretty much need to rent a car to get around. Parking is provided here.
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      3br Home/Apartment
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      • Pets Allowed
      • Wifi
      Gorgeous Post & Beam home with amazing views! Take the opportunity to vacation in one of Vermont's serene country settings, but be 10 minutes to visiting Brattleboro's bustling Main Street. You’ll love the quiet, starry night-sky location, the sound of owls hooting and the sun-drenched warmth of the home. Wonderful for a couples get-away, group ski trips, solo adventurers, business travelers, families with kids, and dogs. This home is a sunlight filled, post & beam, open concept single family home. It resides in a peaceful, private, country setting in West Brattleboro, quite close to the famously fabulous Brattleboro Farmers Market! The house has 3 bedrooms, is 1,568 sq ft, and is an original Habitat Post & Beam design. Come enjoy 10 acres of land bordering 150+ acres of conservation/watershed property-- the view from every single gorgeous Andersen window is stunningly spectacular!! There is a breakfast bar in the kitchen, open dining room/living room with hearth, built in bookshelves, and a walk-in basement with media room. You'll feel the warmth of hardwood pine flooring throughout the house, with radiant heat in the basement (concrete) and the first floor. The upstairs bathroom features a new "old-fashioned" clawfoot bathtub. The house is very energy efficient & stays cool in the summer while the Jotul woodstove heats the entire home to stay cozy in the winter months. South facing sighting provides passive solar energy and amazing light year round. Be the savvy vacationer that secures this dreamy home and unique location!
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      Inn
        Ideally located in the prime touristic area of Brattleboro, Quality Inn & Conference Center promises a relaxing and wonderful visit. Both business travelers and tourists can enjoy the hotel's facilities and services. To be found at the hotel are 24-hour front desk, facilities for disabled guests, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park, meeting facilities. Each guestroom is elegantly furnished and equipped with handy amenities. To enhance guests' stay, the hotel offers recreational facilities such as fitness center, sauna, outdoor pool, indoor pool. Friendly staff, great facilities and close proximity to all that Brattleboro (VT) has to offer are three great reasons you should stay at Quality Inn & Conference Center.