This cozy little cabin has a shower for 2, regular propane heat &/or wood stove. Secluded & peaceful. Located in the foothills of the Green Mountains of Vermont. People say it's quite quiet, except for the sounds of nature. Interior is Sportsman Themed. Meet 'Bucky' the singing deer (if he wants to work). You'll love the place, I do. GC-owner. Note: Please E-mail or Call for Availability, as I DO NOT utilize the Availability Calender shown elsewhere. CO & Smoke detectors, plus fire extinguishers on site. There is no regular garbage pickup so you must carry out what you create (big plastic bags are provided). Free usage of an excellent DVD/VHS collection. Bring your cell phone. Free WiFi at town library (parking lot too). During the summertime, there is free usage of public tennis courts & a swimming pool in the Village (about 3.5 miles away). Amenities also include: Woodstove, outdoor kettle BBQ grill, microwave, toaster & coffeemaker. Dishes & utensils provided, + TV's, VCR, DVD , Radio, 200+ free good movies, & several board games. You must bring your own personal linens (bedsheet, pillowcases & towels) & food. Currently no Cable TV or Internet subscribed, but possible if you pay. Direct TV &/or the DISH Network Satellite service could also made available, but IS NOT present;y hooked up. Satellite dishes are installed but not currently subscribed to. Rocking chairs on porch. Picnic table/benches in Gazabo (AC too). Ceiling fan, portable AC floor fan & upstairs loft window air conditioner. Also an openable roof window above one bed. Absolutely, NO PETS are allowed, sorry. Also, NO SMOKING inside the cabin. Seasoned, split wood is provided. Snow plowing of driveway is also included. The town plows the road (usually very promptly). During/after snowstorms you may have to shovel a path from car to cabin. Simple cleanup is requested upon leaving the joint (eg. washing dishes and vacuuming/sweeping the floor)+ garbage removal otherwise a cleaning fee will be charged. Thanks. ACTIVITIES: a Round Trip Train Ride from Chester Depot in the summer/fall, hiking, hunting, summer theatres, photography, Alpine slide, water park, zip lines, antiques, crafts, golf, tennis, fishing, mountain biking, stargazing, Weston Priory, Weston Playhouse, leaf peeping, shopping, restaurants, downhill skiing at: Okemo, Killington, Magic, Bromley & Stratton. Cross country skiing at: Viking, Grafton, and Tator Hill. Stargazers, check out 'Stellafane' in Springfield during the summer ( an amateur telescope society convention) Cabin is 3-1/2 miles West of the village of Chester. There is a GOOD Mom & Pop grocery store in Chester Depot (with excellent meats), + a JiffyMart convenience store, two gas stations & TD Bank, with 24 hour ATM, in village. Big supermarkets can be found in nearby Springfield and Ludlow. Auto towing and repair offered at Benny's in Chester. Two good bakeries (Baba a Lewis & Heritage Deli) that both have little eateries attached. The sometimes open, Country Girl Diner offers good diner food too. Two Pizza shops are also in the village (Pizza Stone, my favorite. as it also offers music on weekend eves). The best restaurant probably is MacLaomain's Scottish Pub in Chester. The Stone Hearth Inn also has dinners and music sometimes, as does the Fullerton Inn & Restaurant on the Green. Overall, there are a couple of nice restaurants in Chester, several Inns, and a local diner. Emergency 911 phone service should be available on your cell phone. There is a clinic is Chester Village and a hospital in Springfield, Vermont (15 mles). The area is very nice, with rolling countryside. The village is a bit sleepy at night, and very quiet for the most part. There is a round-trip train ride at the Depot in the summertime and during fall foliage. The town offers pleasant swimming at the Olympic size town pool, which you are entitled to use as my guest. Unfortunately, there are not many lakes in the area. Closest lake is about 10 miles, others approx. 20 miles North, near Plymouth, just north of Ludlow. Plymouth State Park has lake access and boat rentals and Lowell Lake State Park is a beautiful, little place that is a good place to canoe or kayak and hike on the trail looping the lake Some lakes offer trout fishing and there are also several trout streams in the area (the Black River in Cavendish/Ludlow, BattenKill in Manchester & Williams River in Chester). Bass fishing can be found in the Connecticut River & nearby ponds. The Appalachian & Long Trails are about 15 miles away and offer a true hiking experience. At the cabin, cellphone service is spotty, ... some carriers work, others don't.