East Bethel, VT, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in East Bethel

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2br Home/Apartment
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceSmall village setting with room to breath. Open dining and living space and newly renovated kitchen. Cooking tools, bed and bath amenities included. We, love books; please enjoy the stocked bookcase. Guest AccessThe cottage is all yours, the lawn space is shared with a neighboring townhouse. These good folks have cats(so you know). Please do not enter the basement or attic and I won't poke around yours. Interaction with GuestsI live in the neighboring town of Royalton, so I'm only fifteen minutes away. I'll gladly meet you at check in if it is agreed upon before you arrive. I'll let you know, seasonally, what's going on in the surrounding towns, what the locals do for fun and where the best places yet-to-be discovered are hiding. The coffee/tea set up is for you to enjoy along with that little surprise treat. If you're considering having someone show you around, or might like dinner or groceries waiting when you arrive, let me know and perhaps we can work something out. The NeighborhoodI grew up here. You're staying in my family's old general store: the Valley View Variety. That wonderful octagon library, ancient cemetery, river branch and covered bridge were my hangouts. Check them out. You're not far from Randolph's Chandler Center for the Arts, Tunbridge Fairgrounds, farmer markets, fishing, swimming, cross country ski trails, snowmobiling and downhill slopes. Getting AroundYou're right on Route 14 with easy access to I89. Free parking. Other Things to NoteAs of now, cell service is hit or miss, but very solid outside by the mailbox. There's no TV, but lots of books. There are laundry facilities in Bethel and Royalton. Comfy, but rustic. Let me know what extras you might need.
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1br Home/Apartment
  • Smoking Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceWater Music is a cute building next to one of the streams on the property and the peppermint patch. The interior of the cabin is mostly the double bunk (a mattress thrown on a wooden platform), some shelves and hooks. IMPORTANT-- Please bring your own bed & bath linens, pillows, towels and lights. There is no electricity, heat or running water in the cabin. Our wash house with hot showers is up the hill a short walk. We provide an outdoor picnic table and a fireplace. Firewood is available on the farm - $5 a day. Please DO NOT bring any with you. Camping gear is NOT provided-- please bring your own! Our water is safe and very delicious. You are welcome to fill your jugs before you go. Guest AccessThere are 70 acres on the farm for relaxing walks on the paths, farm animals to visit and two friendly cats who will welcome you. You are invited to explore all the areas of the farm. Find the many small bridges, hiking paths through the woods, mint patches and the Singing Meadow bee hives. Interaction with GuestsCheck in at the farm house when you arrive and Jinny or one of the other farmer hosts will greet you and orient you to the property. They are happy to answer questions and can help you purchase farm products available in season. You are invited to tag-along-on-chores in the morning, pick their own veggies with one of the farmers and see what is happening on the farm. Children should always be accompanied by adults when exploring. The NeighborhoodThe area around the farm is typical of the rural back dirt roads of Vermont. Neighbors are nearby but we hardly see their buildings. Four Springs Farm is not far off the interstate and 5 miles from two local villages. It's around a half hour drive from White River Junction and Montpelier along Interstate 89. Good swimming holes are found in the White River down in the valley or at one of two lakes just 20 minutes away. Getting AroundWe love to host bicyclists! and are happy to give you the best direction for getting up to our place on less than four wheels. Other Things to NoteHELPFUL INFORMATION TO MAKE YOUR VISIT TO FOUR SPRINGS FARM COMFORTABLE AND SAFE POLICIES for FOUR SPRINGS FARM CAMPGROUND Arrival time is after 2 p.m. (and after 3 p.m. on Saturdays). Please check in when you arrive. Children must be accompanied and supervised by adults at all times including “tagging along” on chores which you can arrange with Jinny for 8 am most days, Since this is a working farm and because voices carry easily here, we ask that campers are quiet once it gets dark. Responsible consumption of alcohol is permitted. Fires are permitted only in the provided fireplaces. Firewood is available for $5 a day. Please do not gather or cut any on your own or bring it along with you. Smoking and cooking is not permitted inside the cabins. Your help is needed to maintain the beauty of the campground, so we expect our guests to clean up all trash around the sites they use. We also request that guests contribute to keeping the wash house and parking area tidy. There is a trash barrel and recycling crate at the wash houses. We’re sorry, but since this is a farm pets are not permitted. We are not equipped to accommodate RVs or other camping vehicles. Check out time is by noon. Thank you. THINGS TO BRING WITH YOU TO THE FARM Linens / sleeping bags for the cabins and wash house. We have cold nights in these New England mountains so you are advised to come prepared. Boots are recommended. There is no pavement on the farm. Some areas are often wet or muddy. Tall grass and woods areas are wet in the mornings from dew. Bug Protection and Sun Protection This is just the right habitat so we actually have VERY FEW MOSQUITOES and black flies and a nice breeze here most of the time sends those away, but you may want to bring some protection especially if you are here in the spring. Flashlights, lanterns and /or head lamps are recommended for site or cabin use and walking around the farm at night. All camping & cooking gear for preparing meals over the camp fire. Four Springs Farm is a working farm so please respect all signs and accompany children when exploring beyond your camping site.
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The SpaceMorning Sunrise site is set in a small meadow with room enough for lots of small tents or cozy enough for fewer. It is a slightly longer walk from our parking and wash houses making for a quiet camping experience. We provide a couple of picnic table and a fireplace. The wash houses have hot showers and electricity. Firewood is available on the farm - $5 a day. Please DO NOT bring any with you. Tent and camping gear is NOT provided-- please bring your own! Our water is safe and very delicious. You are welcome to fill your jugs before you go. Guest AccessThere are 70 acres on the farm for relaxing walks on the paths, farm animals to visit and two friendly cats who will welcome you. You are invited to explore all the areas of the farm. Find the many small bridges, hiking paths through the woods, mint patches and the Singing Meadow bee hives. Interaction with GuestsCheck in at the farm house when you arrive and Jinny or one of the other farmer hosts will greet you and orient you to the property. They are happy to answer questions and can help you purchase farm products available in season. You are invited to tag-along-on-chores in the morning, pick their own veggies with one of the farmers and see what is happening on the farm. Children should always be accompanied by adults when exploring. The NeighborhoodThe area around the farm is typical of the rural back dirt roads of Vermont. Neighbors are nearby but we hardly see their buildings. Four Springs Farm is not far off the interstate and 5 miles from two local villages. It's around a half hour drive from White River Junction and Montpelier along Interstate 89. Good swimming holes are found in the White River down in the valley or at one of two lakes just 20 minutes away. Getting AroundWe love to host bicyclists! and are happy to give you the best direction for getting up to our place on less than four wheels. Other Things to NoteHELPFUL INFORMATION TO MAKE YOUR VISIT TO FOUR SPRINGS FARM COMFORTABLE AND SAFE POLICIES for FOUR SPRINGS FARM CAMPGROUND Arrival time is after 2 p.m. (and after 3 p.m. on Saturdays). Please check in when you arrive. Children must be accompanied and supervised by adults at all times including “tagging along” on chores which you can arrange with Jinny for 8 am most days, Since this is a working farm and because voices carry easily here, we ask that campers are quiet once it gets dark. Responsible consumption of alcohol is permitted. Fires are permitted only in the provided fireplaces. Firewood is available for $5 a day. Please do not gather or cut any on your own or bring it along with you. Smoking and cooking is not permitted inside the cabins. Your help is needed to maintain the beauty of the campground, so we expect our guests to clean up all trash around the sites they use. We also request that guests contribute to keeping the wash house and parking area tidy. There is a trash barrel and recycling crate at the wash houses. We’re sorry, but since this is a farm pets are not permitted. We are not equipped to accommodate RVs or other camping vehicles. Check out time is by noon. Thank you. THINGS TO BRING WITH YOU TO THE FARM Linens / sleeping bags for the cabins and wash house. We have cold nights in these New England mountains so you are advised to come prepared. Boots are recommended. There is no pavement on the farm. Some areas are often wet or muddy. Tall grass and woods areas are wet in the mornings from dew. Bug Protection and Sun Protection This is just the right habitat so we actually have VERY FEW MOSQUITOES and black flies and a nice breeze here most of the time sends those away, but you may want to bring some protection especially if you are here in the spring. Flashlights, lanterns and /or head lamps are recommended for site or cabin use and walking around the farm at night. All camping & cooking gear for preparing meals over the camp fire. Four Springs Farm is a working farm so please respect all signs and accompany children when exploring beyond your camping site.
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2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceThe cabin is a nature lovers dream. Set back off a dirt road you can watch the deer at dusk and dawn, curious chipmunks, hovering hummingbirds, and probably the most oblivious turkeys in America, all wandering around nearby. You can pick apples off the apple trees in the fall and blackberries in the summer. At night enjoy the fire pit beneath a 30ft pine wrapped in christmas lights for an evening meal. Play bocce, or horseshoes, or take one of the bikes for a spin, or hike the land. Or perhaps just sit and slow the world down for a while. Guest AccessYou will have access to 20 acres and the trails throughout them. Interaction with GuestsSomeone will be available during your stay. The NeighborhoodThe cabin is on the Tunbridge S. Royalton town line. In S. Royalton you will find a village green with an organic market, a several of restaurants, a diner, a laundry, and a couple of bars. The White river runs through it and is great for tubing, swimming, and fishing (with permits). If you go into Tunbridge you will find the World Agricultural Fair site and venture in to a pastoral setting that exemplifies Vermonts beautiful rural history. Getting AroundYou should have a car to enjoy the area. Bikes are great for the paved roads, but some of the dirt roads might be challenging. There is no public transportation. Other Things to NoteWh
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The SpaceMountain View Cabin has the best view of the valley. It is close to the parking area and wash houses. It was originally designed for family use and will sleep up to five in four bunks. There is simply one room and a high porch. There is no electricity, heat or running water in the cabin. IMPORTANT-- we provide wooden bunks with some form of mattress. Please bring your own bed & bath linens, pillows, towels and lights. We provide an outdoor picnic table and a fireplace. Firewood is available on the farm - $5 a day. Please DO NOT bring any with you. Camping gear is NOT provided-- please bring your own! Our water is safe and very delicious. You are welcome to fill your jugs before you go. Guest AccessThere are 70 acres on the farm for relaxing walks on the paths, farm animals to visit and two friendly cats who will welcome you. You are invited to explore all the areas of the farm. Find the many small bridges, hiking paths through the woods, mint patches and the Singing Meadow bee hives. Interaction with GuestsCheck in at the farm house when you arrive and Jinny or one of the other farmer hosts will greet you and orient you to the property. They are happy to answer questions and can help you purchase farm products available in season. You are invited to tag-along-on-chores in the morning, pick their own veggies with one of the farmers and see what is happening on the farm. Children should always be accompanied by adults when exploring. The NeighborhoodThe area around the farm is typical of the rural back dirt roads of Vermont. Neighbors are nearby but we hardly see their buildings. Four Springs Farm is not far off the interstate and 5 miles from two local villages. It's around a half hour drive from White River Junction and Montpelier along Interstate 89. Good swimming holes are found in the White River down in the valley or at one of two lakes just 20 minutes away. Getting AroundWe love to host bicyclists! and are happy to give you the best direction for getting up to our place on less than four wheels. Other Things to NoteHELPFUL INFORMATION TO MAKE YOUR VISIT TO FOUR SPRINGS FARM COMFORTABLE AND SAFE POLICIES for FOUR SPRINGS FARM CAMPGROUND Arrival time is after 2 p.m. (and after 3 p.m. on Saturdays). Please check in when you arrive. Children must be accompanied and supervised by adults at all times including “tagging along” on chores which you can arrange with Jinny for 8 am most days, Since this is a working farm and because voices carry easily here, we ask that campers are quiet once it gets dark. Responsible consumption of alcohol is permitted. Fires are permitted only in the provided fireplaces. Firewood is available for $5 a day. Please do not gather or cut any on your own or bring it along with you. Smoking and cooking is not permitted inside the cabins. Your help is needed to maintain the beauty of the campground, so we expect our guests to clean up all trash around the sites they use. We also request that guests contribute to keeping the wash house and parking area tidy. There is a trash barrel and recycling crate at the wash houses. We’re sorry, but since this is a farm pets are not permitted. We are not equipped to accommodate RVs or other camping vehicles. Check out time is by noon. Thank you. THINGS TO BRING WITH YOU TO THE FARM Linens / sleeping bags for the cabins and wash house. We have cold nights in these New England mountains so you are advised to come prepared. Boots are recommended. There is no pavement on the farm. Some areas are often wet or muddy. Tall grass and woods areas are wet in the mornings from dew. Bug Protection and Sun Protection This is just the right habitat so we actually have VERY FEW MOSQUITOES and black flies and a nice breeze here most of the time sends those away, but you may want to bring some protection especially if you are here in the spring. Flashlights, lanterns and /or head lamps are recommended for site or cabin use and walking around the farm at night. All camping & cooking gear for preparing meals over the camp fire. Four Springs Farm is a working farm so please respect all signs and accompany children when exploring beyond your camping site.
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1br Home/Apartment
  • Smoking Allowed
  • Parking
The SpacePlum Corner tent site is tucked away next to the orchard and poultry pasture. The trees in the area form a cathedral ceiling for your tent space and protect your site from intense summer heat. We provide a 10'x 12' platform for your tent, a picnic table, and a fireplace. There is a centrally located wash house with hot showers. Firewood is available on the farm - $5 a day. Please DO NOT bring any with you. Tent and camping gear is NOT provided-- please bring your own! Our water is safe and very delicious. You are welcome to fill your jugs before you go. Guest AccessThere are 70 acres on the farm for relaxing walks on the paths, farm animals to visit and two friendly cats who will welcome you. You are invited to explore all the areas of the farm. Find the many small bridges, hiking paths through the woods, mint patches and the Singing Meadow bee hives. Interaction with GuestsCheck in at the farm house when you arrive and Jinny or one of the other farmer hosts will greet you and orient you to the property. They are happy to answer questions and can help you purchase farm products available in season. You are invited to tag-along-on-chores in the morning, pick their own veggies with one of the farmers and see what is happening on the farm. Children should always be accompanied by adults when exploring. The NeighborhoodThe area around the farm is typical of the rural back dirt roads of Vermont. Neighbors are nearby but we hardly see their buildings. Four Springs Farm is not far off the interstate and 5 miles from two local villages. It's around a half hour drive from White River Junction and Montpelier along Interstate 89. Good swimming holes are found in the White River down in the valley or at one of two lakes just 20 minutes away. Getting AroundWe love to host bicyclists! and are happy to give you the best direction for getting up to our place on less than four wheels. Other Things to NoteHELPFUL INFORMATION TO MAKE YOUR VISIT TO FOUR SPRINGS FARM COMFORTABLE AND SAFE POLICIES for FOUR SPRINGS FARM CAMPGROUND Arrival time is after 2 p.m. (and after 3 p.m. on Saturdays). Please check in when you arrive. Children must be accompanied and supervised by adults at all times including “tagging along” on chores which you can arrange with Jinny for 8 am most days, Since this is a working farm and because voices carry easily here, we ask that campers are quiet once it gets dark. Responsible consumption of alcohol is permitted. Fires are permitted only in the provided fireplaces. Firewood is available for $5 a day. Please do not gather or cut any on your own or bring it along with you. Smoking and cooking is not permitted inside the cabins. Your help is needed to maintain the beauty of the campground, so we expect our guests to clean up all trash around the sites they use. We also request that guests contribute to keeping the wash house and parking area tidy. There is a trash barrel and recycling crate at the wash houses. We’re sorry, but since this is a farm pets are not permitted. We are not equipped to accommodate RVs or other camping vehicles. Check out time is by noon. Thank you. THINGS TO BRING WITH YOU TO THE FARM Linens / sleeping bags for the cabins and wash house. We have cold nights in these New England mountains so you are advised to come prepared. Boots are recommended. There is no pavement on the farm. Some areas are often wet or muddy. Tall grass and woods areas are wet in the mornings from dew. Bug Protection and Sun Protection This is just the right habitat so we actually have VERY FEW MOSQUITOES and black flies and a nice breeze here most of the time sends those away, but you may want to bring some protection especially if you are here in the spring. Flashlights, lanterns and /or head lamps are recommended for site or cabin use and walking around the farm at night. All camping & cooking gear for preparing meals over the camp fire. Four Springs Farm is a working farm so please respect all signs and accompany children when exploring beyond your camping site.
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  • Smoking Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceFour Springs Farm's Hidden Meadow tent site has it's own bridge to a secluded, partially wooded location on the property. We provide a 10'x 12' platform for your tent, a picnic table, and a fireplace. There is a centrally located wash house with hot showers. Firewood is available on the farm - $5 a day. Please DO NOT bring any with you. Tent and camping gear is NOT provided-- please bring your own! Our water is safe and very delicious. You are welcome to fill your jugs before you go. Guest AccessThere are 70 acres on the farm for relaxing walks on the paths, farm animals to visit and two friendly cats who will welcome you. You are invited to explore all the areas of the farm. Find the many small bridges, hiking paths through the woods, mint patches and the Singing Meadow bee hives. Interaction with GuestsCheck in at the farm house when you arrive and Jinny or one of the other farmer hosts will greet you and orient you to the property. They are happy to answer questions and can help you purchase farm products available in season. You are invited to tag-along-on-chores in the morning, pick their own veggies with one of the farmers and see what is happening on the farm. Children should always be accompanied by adults when exploring. The NeighborhoodThe area around the farm is typical of the rural back dirt roads of Vermont. Neighbors are nearby but we hardly see their buildings. Four Springs Farm is not far off the interstate and 5 miles from two local villages. It's around a half hour drive from White River Junction and Montpelier along Interstate 89. Good swimming holes are found in the White River down in the valley or at one of two lakes just 20 minutes away. Getting AroundWe love to host bicyclists! and are happy to give you the best direction for getting up to our place on less than four wheels. Other Things to NoteHELPFUL INFORMATION TO MAKE YOUR VISIT TO FOUR SPRINGS FARM COMFORTABLE AND SAFE POLICIES for FOUR SPRINGS FARM CAMPGROUND Arrival time is after 2 p.m. (and after 3 p.m. on Saturdays). Please check in when you arrive. Children must be accompanied and supervised by adults at all times including “tagging along” on chores which you can arrange with Jinny for 8 am most days, Since this is a working farm and because voices carry easily here, we ask that campers are quiet once it gets dark. Responsible consumption of alcohol is permitted. Fires are permitted only in the provided fireplaces. Firewood is available for $5 a day. Please do not gather or cut any on your own or bring it along with you. Smoking and cooking is not permitted inside the cabins. Your help is needed to maintain the beauty of the campground, so we expect our guests to clean up all trash around the sites they use. We also request that guests contribute to keeping the wash house and parking area tidy. There is a trash barrel and recycling crate at the wash houses. We’re sorry, but since this is a farm pets are not permitted. We are not equipped to accommodate RVs or other camping vehicles. Check out time is by noon. Thank you. THINGS TO BRING WITH YOU TO THE FARM Linens / sleeping bags for the cabins and wash house. We have cold nights in these New England mountains so you are advised to come prepared. Boots are recommended. There is no pavement on the farm. Some areas are often wet or muddy. Tall grass and woods areas are wet in the mornings from dew. Bug Protection and Sun Protection This is just the right habitat so we actually have VERY FEW MOSQUITOES and black flies and a nice breeze here most of the time sends those away, but you may want to bring some protection especially if you are here in the spring. Flashlights, lanterns and /or head lamps are recommended for site or cabin use and walking around the farm at night. All camping & cooking gear for preparing meals over the camp fire. Four Springs Farm is a working farm so please respect all signs and accompany children when exploring beyond your camping site.
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1br Home/Apartment
  • Smoking Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceWildflower tent site is in a private corner of a small field. Paths and a mowed area give a comfortable feeling when the grasses are tall and the flowers are in bloom. There is a private bridge from the site to the Wash Houses nearby. We provide a 10'x 12' platform for your tent, a picnic table, and a fireplace. There is a centrally located wash house with hot showers. Firewood is available on the farm - $5 a day. Please DO NOT bring any with you. Tent and camping gear is NOT provided-- please bring your own! Our water is safe and very delicious. You are welcome to fill your jugs before you go. Guest AccessThere are 70 acres on the farm for relaxing walks on the paths, farm animals to visit and two friendly cats who will welcome you. You are invited to explore all the areas of the farm. Find the many small bridges, hiking paths through the woods, mint patches and the Singing Meadow bee hives. Interaction with GuestsCheck in at the farm house when you arrive and Jinny or one of the other farmer hosts will greet you and orient you to the property. They are happy to answer questions and can help you purchase farm products available in season. You are invited to tag-along-on-chores in the morning, pick their own veggies with one of the farmers and see what is happening on the farm. Children should always be accompanied by adults when exploring. The NeighborhoodThe area around the farm is typical of the rural back dirt roads of Vermont. Neighbors are nearby but we hardly see their buildings. Four Springs Farm is not far off the interstate and 5 miles from two local villages. It's around a half hour drive from White River Junction and Montpelier along Interstate 89. Good swimming holes are found in the White River down in the valley or at one of two lakes just 20 minutes away. Getting AroundWe love to host bicyclists! and are happy to give you the best direction for getting up to our place on less than four wheels. Other Things to NoteHELPFUL INFORMATION TO MAKE YOUR VISIT TO FOUR SPRINGS FARM COMFORTABLE AND SAFE POLICIES for FOUR SPRINGS FARM CAMPGROUND Arrival time is after 2 p.m. (and after 3 p.m. on Saturdays). Please check in when you arrive. Children must be accompanied and supervised by adults at all times including “tagging along” on chores which you can arrange with Jinny for 8 am most days, Since this is a working farm and because voices carry easily here, we ask that campers are quiet once it gets dark. Responsible consumption of alcohol is permitted. Fires are permitted only in the provided fireplaces. Firewood is available for $5 a day. Please do not gather or cut any on your own or bring it along with you. Smoking and cooking is not permitted inside the cabins. Your help is needed to maintain the beauty of the campground, so we expect our guests to clean up all trash around the sites they use. We also request that guests contribute to keeping the wash house and parking area tidy. There is a trash barrel and recycling crate at the wash houses. We’re sorry, but since this is a farm pets are not permitted. We are not equipped to accommodate RVs or other camping vehicles. Check out time is by noon. Thank you. THINGS TO BRING WITH YOU TO THE FARM Linens / sleeping bags for the cabins and wash house. We have cold nights in these New England mountains so you are advised to come prepared. Boots are recommended. There is no pavement on the farm. Some areas are often wet or muddy. Tall grass and woods areas are wet in the mornings from dew. Bug Protection and Sun Protection This is just the right habitat so we actually have VERY FEW MOSQUITOES and black flies and a nice breeze here most of the time sends those away, but you may want to bring some protection especially if you are here in the spring. Flashlights, lanterns and /or head lamps are recommended for site or cabin use and walking around the farm at night. All camping & cooking gear for preparing meals over the camp fire. Four Springs Farm is a working farm so please respect all signs and accompany children when exploring beyond your camping site.
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1br Home/Apartment
  • Smoking Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceApple Hill, recently built, is a cozy cabin with a porch, sitting room and bedroom . It has wonderful western views for perfect sunset watching. You’ll love this place because of the privacy. It's perfect for couples but has a bench which a small third person could use. Apple Hill cabin is near the parking area and a short walk to the Wash Houses. It is on a grassy knoll set almost into the trees. There is no electricity, heat or running water in the cabin, but a comfortable wash house with hot water and electricity is just down the hill. IMPORTANT-- we provide wooden bunks with some form of mattress. Please bring your own bed & bath linens, pillows, towels and lights. We provide an outdoor picnic table and a fireplace. Firewood is available on the farm - $5 a day. Please DO NOT bring any with you. Camping gear is NOT provided-- please bring your own! Our water is safe and very delicious. You are welcome to fill your jugs before you go. Guest AccessThere are 70 acres on the farm for relaxing walks on the paths, farm animals to visit and two friendly cats who will welcome you. You are invited to explore all the areas of the farm. Find the many small bridges, hiking paths through the woods, mint patches and the Singing Meadow bee hives. Interaction with GuestsCheck in at the farm house when you arrive and Jinny or one of the other farmer hosts will greet you and orient you to the property. They are happy to answer questions and can help you purchase farm products available in season. You are invited to tag-along-on-chores in the morning, pick their own veggies with one of the farmers and see what is happening on the farm. Children should always be accompanied by adults when exploring. The NeighborhoodThe area around the farm is typical of the rural back dirt roads of Vermont. Neighbors are nearby but we hardly see their buildings. Four Springs Farm is not far off the interstate and 5 miles from two local villages. It's around a half hour drive from White River Junction and Montpelier along Interstate 89. Good swimming holes are found in the White River down in the valley or at one of two lakes just 20 minutes away.Four Springs Farm is 5 miles from two local villages and around a half hour from White River Junction and Montpelier along Interstate 89. Getting AroundWe love to host bicyclists! and are happy to give you the best direction for getting up to our place on less than four wheels. Other Things to NoteHELPFUL INFORMATION TO MAKE YOUR VISIT TO FOUR SPRINGS FARM COMFORTABLE AND SAFE POLICIES for FOUR SPRINGS FARM CAMPGROUND Arrival time is after 2 p.m. (and after 3 p.m. on Saturdays). Please check in when you arrive. Children must be accompanied and supervised by adults at all times including “tagging along” on chores which you can arrange with Jinny for 8 am most days, Since this is a working farm and because voices carry easily here, we ask that campers are quiet once it gets dark. Responsible consumption of alcohol is permitted. Fires are permitted only in the provided fireplaces. Firewood is available for $5 a day. Please do not gather or cut any on your own or bring it along with you. Smoking and cooking is not permitted inside the cabins. Your help is needed to maintain the beauty of the campground, so we expect our guests to clean up all trash around the sites they use. We also request that guests contribute to keeping the wash house and parking area tidy. There is a trash barrel and recycling crate at the wash houses. We’re sorry, but since this is a farm pets are not permitted. We are not equipped to accommodate RVs or other camping vehicles. Check out time is by noon. Thank you. THINGS TO BRING WITH YOU TO THE FARM Linens / sleeping bags for the cabins and wash house. We have cold nights in these New England mountains so you are advised to come prepared. Boots are recommended. There is no pavement on the farm. Some areas are often wet or muddy. Tall grass and woods areas are wet in the mornings from dew. Bug Protection and Sun Protection This is just the right habitat so we actually have VERY FEW MOSQUITOES and black flies and a nice breeze here most of the time sends those away, but you may want to bring some protection especially if you are here in the spring. Flashlights, lanterns and /or head lamps are recommended for site or cabin use and walking around the farm at night. All camping & cooking gear for preparing meals over the camp fire. Four Springs Farm is a working farm so please respect all signs and accompany children when exploring beyond your camping site.
Chalet
2br Chalet
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The A-Frame is a nature lover's dream. Set back off a dirt road, you can watch the deer at dusk and dawn, curious chipmunks, hovering hummingbirds, and probably the most oblivious turkeys in America, all wandering around nearby. You can pick blackberries in the summer, and hike the trails year round. At night, enjoy the fire pit beneath the stars, or sit on one of the screened in porches, and enjoy an evening meal. Or perhaps just sit and slow the world down for a while.
Cabin
2br Cabin
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  • Pets Allowed
  • Wifi
This cozy log cabin in Tunbridge Vermont is the perfect getaway for a family or a couples retreat. Nestled in the hills of central Vermont by the White River, the cabin is set back off a dirt road on 20 wooded acres with trails, blackberry bushes and apple trees. The large lawn has ample space for games and running around, or just sit quietly and watch the wildlife wander by. A large fire pit is available for s'mores and staying warm on cool nights under the stars. When it is time to go inside there is a TV and DVD player with a large collection of movies to choose from, and wi-fi so you can stay plugged in if you need to. The cabin comfortably sleeps a family or two couples, with a double bed in the loft and a double and a twin in the bedroom. In the summer their is hiking, with access to the appalachian trail, and fishing, kayaking, and tubing in the nearby White River(10min). In the fall, just being outside is enough. The fall colors in Vermont are astonishing and should be on everyone's bucket list. The winter brings Skiing, and from the cabin there are four different mountains nearby. Killington(45min), Pico(45min), Suicide Six(30min), Quechee(30min). There is cross country skiing at Mt. Tom and locally at the Fair grounds. For snowmobilers the Vermont Association of Snow Travellers (VAST) trails run throughout Tunbridge.