Goshen, VT, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Goshen

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The SpaceOur beautiful family home is located in the heart of the Green Mountain National Forest. It is the perfect place to enjoy any season that Vermont has to offer. There are many things to do in Goshen without driving very far. Hike up Mount Moosalamoo, Goshen Dam, Silver Lake, Blueberry Hill trails for hiking and some Mountain biking, Blueberry Management area, Spirit in Nature trails and Widows Clearing Trails. Our place is about 15 minutes from the town of Brandon which has several wonderful restaurants, book store, grocery store, fabric and yarn store, and gift shops. We also have a wonderful Museum, The Steven Douglas House and a fantastic library. We are also about 25 minutes from the college town of Middlebury which is known for its quaint downtown and arts scene. The college hosts many events throughout the year and has a great museum and beautiful campus to walk around. Burlington is about an hour away to the north and we are within an hour from many other Vermont attractions. We are always ready to help you plan any day trips depending on your interests. We are situated in the Moosalamoo Recreation Area which offers beautiful hiking and X-Country skiing trails to explore. We are nearby to Middlebury College Snowbowl for downhill skiing and Rikert Ski Center for X-Country skiing (one of two places in the state that makes snow!). We are also minutes away from Blueberry Hill Ski Center for back country skiing and snowshoeing. We can provide the snowshoes. We are also centrally located between several downhill ski areas. Killington is about 45 minutes away to the south and Sugarbush about 45 minutes away to the north. Lake Dunmore and Branbury State Park a 20 minute drive away, is the perfect place for kayaking and canoeing. Vermont's acclaimed Long Trail offers miles of trails and amazing vistas and is in close distance to the house. The upstairs open loft sleeping area has an amazingly comfortable queen size bed, a double pull out couch, as well as a sitting area and high speed internet. the internet might not be as fast as you are used to. From the room's large picture windows you will be able to enjoy magnificent sunsets and splendid views. A private bathroom with shower will be available for you. The house is equipped with all amenities and we are friendly hosts who are excited to help you get to know this beautiful part of Vermont. A self serve breakfast is offered with coffee or tea, farm fresh eggs, toast, yogurt, cereal, and fruit. All linens and towels are provided. Our wireless internet service is available but maybe not as fast as you are all used to. Cell phones do not work at our house but some folks can text if you texting to another iphone. You are welcome to use our land line phone. We also have a country style tennis court / basketball court. Guest AccessEveryone will have access to the entire house and various sitting areas both inside and outside. We also have a 3 season screened in porch to use. You are welcome to use our kitchen and can pick fresh veggies from our garden when available. You are welcome to use our charcoal grill and have a camp fire. Bring your own tennis racket if you prefer or use ours. Two kayaks are available if you have racks on your car for transport. No smoking in the house please. No firearms on the property please. Interaction with GuestsWe are always ready and willing to help all guests have the best Vermont vacation. We can provide information to nearby sites and we have numerous maps and hiking books to use. There is always a pot of coffee on each morning. The NeighborhoodWe are in a very private, peaceful, and beautiful area. Our sunsets are wonderful, bird watching is fun and you might see any number of woodland creatures both big and small. Getting AroundWe are located on a dirt road about 4 miles from Route 73, if coming from Brandon or from Rochester( over on Route 100). From Middlebury we are also on a dirt about 5 miles from route 125 East in Ripton. The roads are well maintained but driving slow is encouraged. Other Things to NoteStarting October 1, 2016 Airbnb will be collecting a 9% Vermont state room tax as required by Vermont law. We would like to know a bit about you before we accept a reservation so please have a full profile filled out. Please no smoking or pets or the property. Thank you!
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Good
6 reviews
4br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceWhile 200 years old, this solid original farmhouse is warm and comfortable yet nature is right outside the doors. Hike, ski, sled, etc right on the property. Guest AccessPlenty of kitchen supplies, linens, sleds, sunny porch, comfortable furniture, fireplace, close to town. Interaction with GuestsOur local rental manager will see to your needs. The NeighborhoodVery quiet, best star watching on earth, freshest water and air, beautiful scenery, relaxation. Getting AroundClosest town, Brandon is a growing artist colony with many restaurant choices, 10 min
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5br Home/Apartment
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The Space100 acres surround this 19th Century farmhouse that has been completely renovated and is located in the town of Goshen, Vermont. The house features a large, fully-equipped kitchen, spacious living and dining rooms, high speed internet, satellite tv, dvd, stereo. Big windows look out on gorgeous views of the bucolic scenery. All kinds of recreational activities are available on the property, and plenty of great restaurants and facilities are located right nearby. There's a had-tru tennis court available for playing June -October. WHAT'S NEARBY: GROCERY SHOPPING Watroba’s Junction” Store:(phone number hidden) get to the Junction Store, turn right out of the driveway and drive to the top of the hill. Make a left onto Route 73. Follow 73 approx 3 miles (all downhill). Junction Store will be on the left-hand side of the road at the “junction” of route 73 and 53. Junction Store is kind of like your corner store (accept that they have a decent meat department). You can get your paper, basic ingredients, wood, rent movies, etc. For bacon lovers, have them slice you their bacon, it’s excellent. They’re open seven days a week, Monday through Saturday till 9 PM and Sundays till 6 PM. Brandon’s Hannaford's:To get to Brandon, turn right out of the driveway and drive to the top of the hill. Make a left onto Route 73. Follow 73 approximately 6 miles down the hill to Brandon. When you get to Park St you follow Route 73 around to the right. At the end of Park St. (where Rte 73 meets Rte 7) bear left, cutting across the town green and you’ll see the Grand Union catty corner to left across the street (to the left and back from the big drug store). The Grand Union has everything a regular supermarket would, but nothing fancy or gourmet. Provence Bakery, Wine and Gourmet Items Shop: This bakery has wonderful bread and sweets as well a nice wine slection, gourmet cheeses and meats. It is located next to the barber shop in the middle of Brandon – as Route 7 runs thru the town, past the Brandon Inn, curves around to right – the store is at bottom of “street” on right. Wayne’s Farm Vegetables: To get to Wayne’s, turn right out of the driveway and drive to the top of the hill. Make a left onto Route 73. Follow 73 approx 3 miles (all downhill). At the junction of route 73 and 53 go Right on 53. Follow road as it winds around, past USPS and over a little bridge. Wayne’s will be on Right about a 1/2 mile from turn onto 53. Wayne’s is a wonderful place to buy local farm fresh produce. You weigh and tally your purchases and put the money into a locked wooden box. THE AREA Brandon: (Approx 10 min) To get to Brandon, turn right out of the driveway and drive to the top of the hill. Make a left onto Route 73. Follow 73 approximately 6 miles down the hill to Brandon. Brandon is small New England town. In addition to grocery shopping, there’s Shapiro’s “Department” Store, Aubochon’s Hardware and several shops and restaurants up and down Main St. The Brandon Inn has an old bar that can be a nice place to stop and get a drink. There’s little in Brandon that would be considered a “Don’t Miss”. Middlebury: (Approx 35 min)To get to Middlebury, turn right out of the driveway and drive to the top of the hill. Make a left onto Route 73. Follow 73 through Brandon to the junction with Route 7. Turn Right (NORTH) onto Route 7 and it takes you all the way to Middlebury. Middlebury is a cute college town, with nice shops, restaurants, and town green - there’s even a health food market. Frog Hollow is the local arts and crafts center, which offers classes. There’s a movie theater and Middlebury College has lectures and films all year round. In the summer, there are concerts held on the town green. Rutland: (Approx 30 min)To get to Middlebury, turn right out of the driveway and drive to the top of the hill. Make a left onto Route 73. Follow 73 into Forest Dale. Approx 1.4 mile beyond Junction store and the junction with route 53, bear left onto a fork called McConnell Rd. McConnell Rd outlets onto Route 7. Go left (South) on 7. Rte. 7 takes you right into Rutland. Rochester: (Approx 15 mins) To get to Rochester turn right out of the driveway and drive to the top of the hill. Make a RIGHT onto Route 73. Continue on Route 73 until it ends at Route 100, turn left. Drive on Rte 100 about 1 mile. Granville: (Approx 35 min)To get to Granville turn right out of the driveway and drive to the top of the hill. Make a RIGHT onto Route 73. Continue on Route 73 until it ends at Route 100, turn left. Drive on Rte 100 about 10 mins. Granville has a wooden bowl and utensil factory that can be fun to visit which has a store adjacent. Ask about there “B” or reject bowls which sell for 1/4 - 1/2 the price. If you visit during the week before 2pm, you can see the bowls being made. Randolph: (approx 25 min)To get to Randolph turn right out of the driveway and drive to the top of the hill. Make a RIGHT onto Route 73. Continue on Route 73 until it ends at Route 100, turn left. Randolph is a cute New England town that has movies, music and an art center, nice restaurants and shops. RESTAURANTS Café Provence: Main Street, Brandon – This new fabulous French restaurant opened in Brandon in summer of 2004. We ourselves are shocked that it’s possible, but Brandon has a very good French restaurant. Located on Main St. across the street from Aubochon hardware, upstairs. In addition to the restaurant, the bakery sells wonderful breads and sweets. They also have a shop down next to the barber shop- see above under Grocery Shopping. Sweet Tomatoes Tratorria: 88 Merchant’s Row in Rutland. (phone number hidden). Very decent Italian food - -choice of homemade pizzas, pasta, fish, etc. Serve great bread with olive oil and fresh crushed garlic -- great salads. Not too expensive. The Coffee Exchange:101-103 Merchant’s Row in Rutland (phone number hidden). This cafe has sandwiches, soups and salads in addition to their excellent coffees, teas and delectable sweets selection. Inside an old bank, they even have a table that is inside the old vault! A great place to sit and read, chat or just get in from the cold. Blueberry Hill Inn:Goshen, Vermont. ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). To get to Blueberry Hill Inn, turn right out of the driveway and drive to the top of the hill. Cross route 73 and go straight up the hill. Continue on this road until your first possible right (there’s a Children’s summer camp called Thorpe here). Continue on this dirt road until you reach a T in the road and go right. Blueberry Hill will be on your right about .75 of mile after the turn. This quaint New England inn has excellent food which they serve family style. If you want to go with a group, they may give you your own table. Reservations are required. SKIING The house is located in Goshen, VT, 05733, which is a 40 minute drive from Killington/Pico. The closest ski resort is the family-friendly hidden gem, Middlebury College Snow Ball: (website hidden)_bowl OTHER Post Office: The closest post office is located in Forest Dale (about 3 miles). To get to the post office, turn right out of the driveway and drive to the top of the hill. Make a left onto Route 73. Follow 73 approx. 3 miles (all downhill). At the “junction” of route 73 and 53, turn right, the USPS will be on your right @ 1/4 mile after the curve and before the bridge. Library: The Brandon Public Library is located at the junction of Park St. and Rte 7 in Brandon. To get to Brandon, turn right out of the driveway and drive to the top of the hill. Make a left onto Route 73. Follow 73 approximately 6 miles down the hill to Brandon. When you get to Park St. you follow Route 73 around to the right. At the end of Park St. (where Rte 73 meets Rte 7) the library will be on your left - -a large white building. In addition to a wonderful children’s section, a fair adult section and wonderful reading rooms, they also have internet access. Branbury State Park -- Lake Dunmore Turn right out of the driveway and drive to the top of the hill. Make a left onto Route 73. Follow 73 approx. 3 miles (all downhill). At the “junction” of route 73 and 53, turn right, follow Route 53 approx 7 miles to Branbury State Park (entrance on left). This is a great family state park - has good swimming, you can rent boats, icecream and cotton candy are for sale. Neshobe River The Neshobe river runs under the wooden bridge on the road that leads to the house. In summer, it’s wonderful to walk in the river (there isn’t a swimming hole per se). We recommend wearing old sneakers or Tiva style sandals. For east entry, walk down the road toward the bridge – there’s a path off to the right (back on our property) that leads to a nice inlet to the river. Walks Around the House South Hill Road The road the house is on is not maintained for car use beyond the next house on the road (about a quarter of a mile past our house). It’s a beautiful walk on a dirt-road-like path - wear bug spray! Mount Horrid Drive up to Route 73 and turn right. There’s an inlet to the Vermont Long Trail about 1 mile up the road – parking is on the right. If you start heading down hill again, you’ve passed the lot. The entry to the long trail is across the road from the parking lot. The Mt. Horrid hike is not a loop, but is a relatively short hike that leads to a beautiful lookout point of the whole valley. Guest AccessA guest will have access to house and the nature on the surrounding 100+ acres. Interaction with GuestsI interact with guests initially to make sure they have the info they need, directions, etc. Other than that, I don't want to disturb folks, so unless something comes up, I want people to go have their experience without the owner up in their business. The NeighborhoodI love the tranquil setting and the seemingly boundless nature that surrounds the house. Getting AroundNope! This is a driving only kinda spot, unless you're' an avid biker, walker or some such.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceHOW TO AIRBNB: • Kindly read entire listing and the House Rules. • Complete your Airbnb profile (including photo). This cabin, one of nine in this small community retreat, is 100 yards from the lake front with a private dock, and on-site caretakers. 2 bedrooms, one double bed and 2 twins. Full kitchen with seating for 4, plus 2 armchairs. Kitchen is equipped with tableware, pots and pans, and all the basic tools you'd need to make a great meal. Our cabin is 3 season, unheated. We close up in the fall and re-open in early May. Vermont weather in early spring/fall can be fickle. We bring extra blankets! :-) This cabin has lake access to the 3 mile, beautiful Lake Dunmore. Nestled on the edge of the Green Mountain National Forest, down the road is the Branbury State Park. Copious hiking trails! Also, the cabin is just a few minutes from the lovely village of Brandon, the town of Middlebury, VT and a pleasant hour drive to Burlington, VT. Parking is right outside the front door - there is room for 2 cars on the front lawn near the picnic table. Extra parking, if you have visitors drop by for the day, is just a few yards away. There is a clean convenient laundromat just down the road, at the north end of the lake. Guest AccessThe entire cabin is yours, except one cabinet, where the owners store a few things. This cabinet is marked. Interaction with GuestsThe owners will not be on-site, but there are friendly on-site caretakers. They are usually about, and can answer many questions and help if there is any issue. The NeighborhoodA few good spots to eat: In Brandon: Mae's Place- 25 Center St. breakfast Cafe Provence- our favorite Common Ground, 18 Main St. We like it. Sit outside. It is casual, and far from speedy, but it is friendly. And Brandon House of Pizza is great There's a restaurant and soft serve place at the North end of the Lake that's decent, nothing fancy. That's the closest eatery to the cabin. They have more flavors of soft serve than I've ever seen. It's not Manhattan! :-) You can also venture down to Middlebury. 25 minutes drive. My favorite place in the world: Restaurants in Middlebury: 51 Main 2 Brothers Tavern Mr Up's Fire and Ice Otter Creek Brewing- great beer, and they have a pub/restaurant The Marbleworks - a conglomeration of stores, etc. Every place to eat in here is good, and it's a nice to walk around and see the waterfalls. Enjoy!!! Other Things to NoteThere is no internet, tv, or cell service at the cabin.
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The SpaceNestled in the field behind our house is a lovely new wooden barn. Our field is host to an ever changing collection of goats from May to October but the barn will be just for you. A private sleeping area is equipped with a full size futon, lighting, small mini fridge, microwave, radio/cd player and plenty of rustic charm. We have wireless internet in house you can use. The barn depending on location and device you have, might be able to pick up the service. An upstairs loft holds a ping pong table and basketball hoop. We can host children but you would need to bring their own camp pads, sleeping bags and towels. There are plenty of fun activities for them on the property and in the area. The views from the barn's deck are nothing short of spectacular. You are welcome to join us in the main house to use the kitchen and the bathroom (the barn does not have either). All linens are provided for the adults but not the children. Our place is about 15 minutes from the town of Brandon which has several wonderful restaurants, a grocery store, and shopping. We are also about 25 minutes from the college town of Middlebury which is known for its quaint downtown and arts scene. We are nearby to Middlebury College Snowbowl for downhill skiing and Rikert Ski Center for X-Country skiing (one of two places in the state that makes snow!). We are also minutes away from Blueberry HIll Ski Center for back country skiing and snowshoeing. We can provide the snowshoes. This space is perfect for someone looking for a rustic retreat in a beautiful part of Vermont. We will make you feel at home! A note about reservations in the colder months. We are more than happy to accommodate but you would need warm clothes The barn room is insulated but please keep in mind that temperatures after October and before April can be very low so please pack accordingly. This experience is similar to winter camping but protected from the elements! Guest AccessGuests have access to the entire property and more than welcome to use our kitchen. The bathroom is in the house. Interaction with GuestsWe are very happy to help our guests have a wonderful Vermont experience. We have many maps and guide books for hiking, skiing and biking. Please just ask and we can direct you many local swimming holes. The NeighborhoodWe are a very quiet, peaceful, rural setting with beautiful sun sets. We are located on a dirt road (about 4-5 miles from the main road) from either Middlebury or Brandon. We are host to many animals small and large and numerous birds. Getting Around There are buses from Middlebury to get to Burlington but times are limited. We would be willing to pick you up from the train in Rutland (for a fee) but once at our house it is very rural and a car is needed to get around. Other Things to NoteStarting October 1 , 2016 Airbnb will be adding a 9% to the reservation cost per Vermont state tax law. We would like to know a bit about you before we accept a reservation so please have a full profile filled. Thank you! The goats are not here this summer 2016. They had to leave early this year but hopefully will be back next summer. No smoking in the barn or house please. No firearms on the property.
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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceOur beautiful family home is located in the heart of the Green Mountain National Forest. It is the perfect place to enjoy any season that Vermont has to offer. There are many things to do right in Goshen without driving very far. Hike up Mount Moosalamoo, Goshen Dam, Silver Lake, Blueberry Hill hiking trails and mountain biking trails, Blueberry Management Area, Spirit in Nature trails, Widows clearing trails, and Voter Brook Overlook road Our place is about 15 minutes from the town of Brandon which has several wonderful restaurants, a book store, grocery store, fabric and knitting store, gift shops flower shop, Brandon Artist Guild, and other shopping. We have a wonderful Museum the Steven Douglas House and a fantastic library. We are also about 25 minutes from the college town of Middlebury which is known for its quaint downtown and arts scene. The college also has a wonderful museum and beautiful campus to walk around. There are also many events hosted there throughout the year. We are situated in the Moosalamoo Recreation Area which offers beautiful hiking and X-Country skiing trails to explore. We are nearby to Middlebury College Snowbowl for downhill skiing and Rikert Ski Center for X-Country skiing (one of two places in the state that makes snow!). We are also minutes away from Blueberry HIll Ski Center for back country skiing and snowshoeing. We can provide the snowshoes. We are also centrally located between several downhill ski areas. Killington is about 45 minutes away to the south and Sugarbush about 45 minutes away to the north. Lake Dunmore and Branbury State Park is 20 minute drive away, is the perfect place for kayaking, canoeing and swimming. Vermont's acclaimed Long Trail offers miles of trails and amazing vistas and is in close distance to the house. However if you prefer to stick around the area, there is Goshen Dam less than a mile away(walk or drive), a wonderful spot for swimming and Silver Lake a short hike with stunning views. Hike up Mount Moosalamoo, or walk to Voter Brook overlook , explore Widows clearing trails and the Spirit in Nature trails, and enjoy a panoramic view from the Blueberry Management area. Many guests, however, prefer to just relax in the comfort of our yard. There are breathtaking mountain views and much to explore. We also have a country style tennis / basketball court, with rackets and basketballs available. The upstairs open loft sleeping area has an amazingly comfortable queen size bed, a double pull out couch, as well as a sitting area and high speed internet. From the room's large picture windows you will be able to enjoy magnificent sunsets and splendid views. The kitchen is fully equipped with a table that seats six and a sitting area which is perfect to enjoy morning coffee. Dishwasher is available for use. The house has two large living rooms with southern and western exposure, drenching the house in sunlight at all times. There is also a three-season sun porch and open deck, perfect for dining with sunset views. The house is equipped with all amenities, and linens and towels are provided. Our washing machine is available for your use, but true to our rustic nature we do not have a dryer. There is an inside drying rack and outside clothesline for your convenience. Our wireless internet service is available but maybe not as fast as you are all used to. Cell phones do not work at our house but some folks can text to another iphone. You are welcome to use our land line phone. Guest AccessGuests will have access to all rooms described above, however just not to the master bedroom. Full access to all kitchen amenities. Snowshoes, Kayaks, tennis rackets, bocce balls, croquet set, and basketball also for use. Interaction with GuestsHomeowners will always be available by cell phone for any concerns. A neighbor who knows the home intimately is also minutes away for any problems you may have. The NeighborhoodWe are in a very rural, private and peaceful area. Our sunsets are wonderful, bird watching is fun, and you might see any number of woodland creatures, both big and small. Stargazing is magnificent! Getting AroundWe are located on a dirt road about 4 miles from Route 73, if coming from Brandon or Rochester (over on route 100). From Middlebury we are also on a dirt road about five miles from Route 125 east in Ripton. During the winter the road is very well kept up in all directions. Please note that there is often no cell phone service as you get closer to our home, so please load all driving directions prior to leaving. Other Things to NoteStarting October 1 ,2016 Airbnb will be collecting 9% Vermont State room tax due as required by Vermont law. During the winter our driveway is always plowed but guests will be responsible for hand shoveling the steps and a short path. The home is heated by propane furnaces. Please note the hot tub is not for guests use, No smoking in house, No pets allowed, and no firearms allowed on property. If you are bringing a snowmobile please use the very nearby VAST trails and do not use the snowmobile in our field. Enjoy your time spent here and treat our home as you would treat yours.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The Space1850's Farm House with backup generator, wifi internet and satellite TV. Fishing in the summer. Skiing in the winter. Near Lake Dunmore. Guest AccessTwo private trout ponds. A small apple orchard. Large vegetable garden. Hiking trails in the 16,000 acer Moosalamoo National Forest. Interaction with GuestsI will be staying in a separate apartment located in the barn approximately 500 yards from the house. The NeighborhoodGoshen is a small community or 235 people. Getting AroundThe closet Amtrak stations are Rutland, Vermont and Fort Ticonderoga, New York. Other Things to NoteCheck out the many local vineyards and breweries in the area.
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12br hotel
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Situated in Goshen, this bed & breakfast is within 9 mi (15 km) of Robert Frost Wayside Trail, Neshobe Golf Club, and Neshobe River Winery. Rikert Nordic Center and Brandon Museum are also within 9 mi (15 km).
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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceA furnished efficiency apartment located on the second floor or a free standing garage. The property is on 8.5 acres with a river, two stocked ponds and boarders the Moosalamoo National Park. Guest AccessA private bedroom, kitchen and bathroom. Interaction with GuestsI am on the property in another building but do not interact with the guests unless they have a problem. The NeighborhoodFive miles from the Middlebury Snow Bowl Ski area. Nineteen miles to Killington. Great fishing on the property and even better hiking and cross country skiing right out back. Getting AroundRutland is the closest Amtrak Station.
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Bed & Breakfast
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Blueberry Hill is located in the Moosalamoo region of the Green Mountain National Forest. With 60km + trails just outside our door we are the outdoor enthusiasts dream come true. Skiing, hiking, snowshoeing, running, boating are just some of the activities a few steps from our door. 12 rooms, locally sourced food and a simple and genuine atmosphere is welcoming to all.
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3br Home/Apartment
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Our charming 1830’s farmhouse is situated on 50 acres of open fields, wild apple trees and maple sugar orchards, and along a dirt road. The house is easy driving distance to Breadloaf Campus in Ripton, Brandon, and Middlebury. The home has three bedrooms, one and one-half bathrooms, galley kitchen with pantry, dining room and living room. All freshly painted, with new electrical and plumbing throughout. Relax on the large porch with Adirondack chairs and breathtaking views of the Green Mountains. A flock of seven sheep graze on the pastures. There are lovely walking trails, and a campfire and picnic area in the fields surrounding the farmhouse. The Long Trail and Moosalamoo Area of the Green Mountain National Forest provides excellent hiking opportunities. Easy access to quiet boating is available on Silver Lake and Sugar Hill Reservoir. Bedrooms: Two bedrooms with double beds, and a third bedroom with two twin beds. Accommodates 6 people. All linens are provided. Bathrooms: Full bath downstairs and half-bath upstairs – towels provided Kitchen: Fully equipped galley kitchen with pantry and all cooking and eating utensils. Large refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, double sink, coffee maker, toaster and microwave. Living Room: Cozy seating area with braided rugs, comfortable couch, armchair, rocking chair and woodstove. Small TV and DVD player. Dining Room: Antique table with seating for up to 6 people Porch: Southerly views of the Green Mountains and Taconics with Adirondack chairs and dining area Extras: Gas grill for outdoor cooking. Picnic area, and campfire in the upper apple orchard with unbelievable views. Heat: Home is heated with a woodstove – wood is provided and stored in the attached barn. Sheep: Our flock of seven sheep graze on the two pastures during the summer months. Caution - there is electric wire on the interior of the fence. The sheep are self sufficient, but we do check on them several times a week. Farmhouse is available for Rental from April 1 - November 30. Closed during the winter months.
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Excellent
6 reviews
5br Home/Apartment
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Vermont Country House is a peaceful summer house/winter wonderland located in the heart of Vermont’s Green Mountains. Perfect for relaxing getaways or idyllic country weddings! The house has three large bedrooms with queen-size beds, one bedroom with a full and a top twin bunk, one with a twin bunk bed (sleeps 11) two and a half bathrooms, giant picture windows, a deck, a fireplace, a home entertainment system and a modern kitchen. Vermont Country House is a fully renovated 19th Century farmhouse on one-hundred acres of fields, hills and mountains in the heart of Robert Frost country. The property line ends at the Vermont National Forest. Check out our website, see link below. Keywords: House
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3br house
    Private get-away in the heart of the Green Mountains. Perfect for lovers of the outdoors, hikers, skiers, snowboarders, photographers, artists or for anyone who wants to disconnect from the routine and discover this peaceful place. 10 minutes drive to Snow Bowl and 15 minutes to Middlebury. The property has a large pond and a lovely creek plus terrific views and natural wildlife as well as various cross-country ski trails within a few miles and in walking distance.
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    3br Hotel
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    This mountain retreat is nestled inside the Moosalamoo National Recreation Area of Vermont's Green Mountain National Forest. It sits down in a hollow on 10 private, densely wooded acres at the end of a narrow, canopied gravel road one mile from the closest public thoroughfare. When here, you will find yourself in the heart of wilderness surrounded by a forest of ash, cherry, sugar maple, beech, birch, hemlock, hickory, northern red oak, spruce, balsam fir and white pine. You may also be visited by the occasional squatter such as black bear, moose, deer or flock of wild turkeys. The property is strategically built on granite ledge on land that slopes toward a babbling brook and an old overgrown logging road (great for hiking and spotting wildlife). It is a crossroads for wildlife and extensive bird activity not only because there are no nearby roads or neighborly activity, but because of its extensive granite ledges all along the brook's ravine walls where animals search for forage and take shelter. The house will comfortably sleep 6-8 people. It consists of 2 BR each with a queen bed, and an additional spacious sun-filled loft leading out to a cedar deck with breathtaking foliage views. Loft includes a convertible full-size lounger and queen-sized air mattress with additional floor space for sleeping bags. It has 1.5 baths, plus a refreshing outdoor shower. The entire kitchen was just renovated and includes new stainless steel appliances as well as all kitchen utensils and dishware, such as a cuisinart grind & brew coffeemaker, mini food processor, blender and toaster oven. Enjoy sitting on the new front and back cedar decks or around the fire pit absorbing the beauty and sounds (many wild birds) of the tree canopy rising from the babbling brook. Included in the rental are all amenities such as high speed wireless internet, DISH network, local and domestic long distance calling, DVD player, ipod docking stereo, bedding and towels. There are board games and some lawn games available, as well as the use of two adult and one children's bicycle. Ducks and dogs always stay free. However, please keep them off the furniture.
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    3br Home/Apartment
      Private get-away in the heart of the Green Mountains. Perfect for lovers of the outdoors, hikers, skiers, snowboarders, photographers, artists or for anyone who wants to disconnect from the routine and discover this peaceful place. 10 minutes drive to Snow Bowl and 15 minutes to Middlebury. The property has a large pond and a lovely creek plus terrific views and natural wildlife as well as various cross-country ski trails within a few miles and in walking distance.