Hardwick, VT, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Hardwick

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2br apt. / condo
    Fully equipped and furnished two-bedroom apartment for short- and medium-term rental in the quaint village of Hardwick, Vermont. The rental apartment is in a newly renovated 1895 historic building and has a full kitchen and dining/living area. Large bay windows offer lovely views of the Lamoille River. The apartment is only a few steps from the popular restaurants, Positive Pie and Claire’s, both of which specialize in locally sourced foods. The rental is within easy driving distance of local ski resorts and near to Stowe, Greensboro, Smugglers Notch, and Montreal. It is also located near hiking trails, including the Appalachian and Long trails, mountain biking trails, canoeing and kayaking, cross-country skiing, and lots of good antiquing. The Village of Hardwick is becoming known as a sustainable food center, and was featured in the book, "The Town that Food Saved," by Ben Hewitt. Small food producers, such as the Cellars at Jasper Hill cheeses, Vermont Soy products, Barr Hill distillery, Pete's Greens, High Mowing Seeds, and the Vermont Food Venture Center cluster in and around the town. Hill Farmstead Brewery, named by (website hidden) as the "Best Brewery in the World" for 2013, is in nearby North Greensboro and is open for tastings and filling of growlers.
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    2br Home/Apartment
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    The SpaceFully equipped and furnished two-bedroom apartment for short- and medium-term rental in the quaint village of Hardwick, Vermont. The rental apartment is in a newly renovated 1895 historic building and has a full kitchen and dining/living area. Large bay windows offer lovely views of the Lamoille River. The apartment is only a few steps from several popular restaurants. A gym is located a block away. A food co-op and grocery store are within easy walking distance. The Hardwick Trails, 6 miles of woodland hiking, are less than half a mile away. World-reknowned brewery, Hill Farmstead Beer, is in nearby Greensboro and Caledonia Spirits distillery with its tasting room including its top-shelf gin is just down the road. Local swimmable lakes include Caspian Lake, Wolcott Pond and Green River Reservoir (also with non-motorized boat access). The rental is within easy driving distance of local ski resorts and near to Stowe, Greensboro, Smugglers Notch, and Montreal. It is also located near longer hiking trails, including the Appalachian and Long trails, mountain biking trails, canoeing and kayaking, cross-country skiing, and lots of good antiquing. The Village of Hardwick has become known as a sustainable food center, and was featured in the book, "The Town that Food Saved," by Ben Hewitt. Small food producers, such as the Cellars at Jasper Hill cheeses, Vermont Soy products, Pete's Greens, High Mowing Seeds, and the Vermont Food Venture Center cluster in and around the town. We also have an additional apartment for guests to stay one floor above. Interaction with GuestsWe try to be available for guests as much as possible. However, cell phone service in northern Vermont can be spotty. As soon as we receive a call or message, we will get back in touch with you; we are happy to help out. Getting AroundFree parking available behind the building, on Main Street and in the public parking lot at the Village Diner.
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    1br Home/Apartment
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    The SpaceFlexible accommodations for 2-5 guests with lots of space and sunlight, and a fully stocked kitchen. The apartment feels very private but is only minutes from groceries, gas and restaurants downtown. Guest AccessFully stocked with linens, towels, toiletries and kitchen supplies, including a range of condiments and our very own maple syrup, made on site! Interaction with GuestsWe strive to be available if/when you need us, and aim to preserve your privacy otherwise. We're a busy family but generally home evenings, and enjoy meeting our guests. We have a shared mudroom entrance so may see you coming and going some as well. The NeighborhoodWe're on the edge of the village, with miles of trails right out our door, but can see the lights of downtown just down the hill from us. It's the perfect combination of close-to-town but private, rural setting as far as we're concerned. Getting AroundNo, but we're at the end of a cul-de-sac paved road in the village, easy to find and convenient to downtown. Lots of parking. Other Things to NoteWe're located just 25 minutes from Craftsbury Outdoor Center, home of world-class Nordic ski trails and we're close to lots of great mountain bike trails as well, some of which you can access right from here!
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    2br Home/Apartment
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    The SpaceHardwick, VT, featured in the book The Town That Food Saved and in many media outlets, has become a local foods mecca for those interested in local food and sustainable agriculture. Come and check out all that's going on within the sustainable agriculture world here! (Buffalo Mountain Co-op, Vermont Food Venture Center, the Center for an Agricultural Economy, Highfields Center for Composting, Vermont Soy, Vermont Natural Coatings, Pete's Greens, High Mowing Seeds, the Cellars at Jasper Hill, Caledonia Spirits, Hill Farmstead Brewery, etc, etc...) It is also about 1 hr to several downhill ski areas (Stowe, Burke Mtn., Jay Peak, Smuggler's Notch, and Sugarbush) and is located about 20 minutes from the Craftsbury Outdoor Center for cross country skiing. Hardwick's restaurant choices include the Vermont Supper Club, and also Positive Pie with wood-fired pizza. This home is three miles from Hardwick Village. It is located on 20 acres of woods, primarily maple trees and has a lovely year-round stream that flows by the house. The house is of a natural/bohemian decor and constructed with natural materials. There is parking, a washer/dryer available, wireless internet, and full-use of bathroom and kitchen. Two woodstoves warm the house during the winter. There's a porch and deck constructed from wood milled from trees on the land and finished with Hardwick's own Vermont Natural Coatings. Nichols Pond is motor-free and is about 1 mile away and offers a beautiful view if you climb up to Nichols Ledge (about a 15 min. hike) or is a lovely place to swim or take a kayak out. I personally like to ride my bike there and hop in the water! Guest AccessWe have 20 acres, with hundreds of acres of woods behind us! Nichols Pond and Nichols Ledge are within walking distance - hike up to see the beautiful view! The house has two bedrooms and one and a half baths, internet, apple tv, netflix, piano, guitar, full kitchen, washer/dryer, woodstove, games, sunroom, large dining table, and lovely natural and simple decor. The stream next to the house is deep enough to soak in, or spend some lazy time right next to it in the hammock (during the warmer seasons, of course!) Interaction with GuestsWhile I work during the days (have the holidays off), I will be available to assist you, or have my property manager available. The NeighborhoodHardwick is a lovely town - several choices for food, a walking bridge over the Lamoille River, Nichols Pond and Nichols Ledge, Buffalo Mountain Co-op, and many great food and beverage producers - some of the best in the world! Cabot, Caledonia Spirits, Hill Farmstead Brewery, Jasper Hill Cheese, and more! Getting AroundYou will need a vehicle here. Other Things to NoteMake sure to go slowly down the driveway. If the GPS tries to take you up Dusty Swamp Rd., find an alternate route.
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    Excellent
    33 reviews
    2br Home/Apartment
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    The SpaceWe live surrounded by organic farms, both produce and dairy, near award winning cheese makers at Jasper Hill, and only a few minutes from Hill Farmstead Brewery, which won best beer in the world this year. The Alchemist, another award winning brewery, is about 45 minutes away. Nearby are Caspian Lake, CraftsburyOutdoorCenter, award winning local artisanal cheesemakers Jasper Hill, Caledonia Spirits, makers of award winning spirits, fine potters and other artisans. In addition to what is arguably the best cross-country skiing in Vermont, we have downhill skiing, and great road and mountain biking. Life is good :) There is no public transportation in this area, so for most people a car is a necessity. Guest AccessYou have off street parking, your own private space, private balcony, and access to the gardens. With several outdoor eating spaces, you are welcome to eat in the garden if you prefer, or there is a table and grill on the balcony. Interaction with GuestsWe are happy to share details about our area and assist in making your stay a memorable experience or leave you entirely to yourselves; this is a private space with separate entry so there is no requirement to interact, but we would also enjoy sharing a cup of tea or glass of wine with you if the time is right! We appreciate diversity and the opportunity to share this lovely area with guests from all walks of life. The NeighborhoodThis is rural Vermont farmland, with big views of the mountains to the east and west. We are only 2 miles to Hardwick Village, where there are good localvore restaurants, book store, antique store and other shops. Jasper Hill Cheese, Caledonia Spirits and Hill Farmstead Brewery, all award winning internationally, are local. We are 1/2 hour drive to Stowe, and 35 minutes to Montpelier. Getting AroundYou can get anywhere with a car, bike or skis :) Other Things to NoteWe have snow sleds for your use and an excellent sledding hill nearby, hiking/walking trails, cross-country skiing and good biking as well. Caspian Lake is nearby for swimming, and there is a lovely hike in to a series of waterfalls if you choose to get off the beaten path.
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    Excellent
    44 reviews
    4br Home/Apartment
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    The SpaceWhether relaxing on its large covered porch while enjoying a sunset of 50 mile mountain views, or cooking up a storm in its large kitchen, people staying at The Fun Barn enthusiastically embrace this space. The barn has what is necessary to be comfortable, like well appointed beds and linens, a large dinning table, excellent cookware, ample refrigerator / freezer space, a few stereos, sofas, and a television for movies. There is also a pool table, a ping-pong table, darts, and countless boardgames. There's also the large covered porch. The barn is pretty darn big, and could be used by the tenants to host a larger gathering. We've comfortably had forty people or more enjoying the space indoors and out, and there could be more. There are a few good spots for event tents too, and also a place near the barn for a campfire. Oh, and a multitude of camping tent spots. We have a large grill for your use, and a massive one for any big doings. Just ask us. Large gatherings would cost extra. Some of our other amenities include: ---Coffee brewer and french press ---Dishwasher. ---Blenders, Mixers, Quisinart, Crock Pot. ---Iron & ironing board. ---Coolers. ---A few bicycles in good shape if you want to cruise our road. ---Maps of Vermont and New Hampshire's White Mountains. ---Our personal washer and dryer for any emergencies, if we are home. ---If coming in late and you'd care for certain groceries to be stocked just let us know. Likewise for say a plate of freshly grilled chicken waiting in the fridge. And bar mixers. Accommodations for extra overnight guests beyond 6 possible. Please inquire. Pets considered. Guest AccessAside from our own house the guests have full reign. We have trails through our fields with lovely views, wild flowers, and a swing set for kids. We use part of the barn for storage, separated by doors, and so we may go in and out now and then, but not through your space. Interaction with GuestsOur interaction with guests is really up to you. We are a pretty gregarious family by nature, but will be totally respectful of your want for privacy. If there is anything you need then ask by just coming over if we're home, or by phone. Your comfort and enjoyment is paramount to us. The NeighborhoodClose to Caledonia Spirits Distillery, award winning Gin & Vodka. c(URL HIDDEN) Close to Hill Farmstead Brewery, ummmm rated the Best in THE WORLD. (website hidden) Close to Lost Nation Brewery. lo(URL HIDDEN) & Rock Art Brewery. (URL HIDDEN) Other breweries not too far away are Trout River Brewing co. to the East, and Trapp's Brewery, The Alchemist, and The Crop to the West. Excellent wood fired pizza in town at Positive Pie. (URL HIDDEN) Fantastic laid back, fine (EMAIL HIDDEN) Not too far from Bread & Puppet Theater & Museum in Glover, VT. The Kingdom Trails in Burke are about 50 minutes away. Some of the best mountain biking in the Northeast. Great local farmer's markets in season. Hardwick is home to The Buffalo Mountain Food Co-op. One of the first food Co-ops in the Vermont. Great fresh produce and local fresh breads.
    apt. / condo
    2br apt. / condo
      Take in the beauty of Vermont from this spacious, peaceful abode. Enjoy stunning views, a fully equipped kitchen, balcony dining, outdoor shower, and beautiful terrain to explore. Nearby are Caspian Lake, Craftsbury Outdoor Center, award winning local and organic food culture, and some of the best biking and skiing in New England. Enjoy excellent local cross-county skiing and hiking, alpine ski at Jay, Burke or Stowe, golf and tennis 3 miles away, all set in pastoral beauty. We live in an incredibly beautiful natural habitat, and this apartment is set up to take it all in. The kitchen is fully equipped including expresso machine, the bath and rooms are spacious, one bedroom has a queen bed, the other a full. There are grills should you wish to cook out, and an outdoor shower for 3 season use. You will have wireless internet, TV and washer/dryer. We have off-street parking, and storage/shelter for bikes, skis, kayaks etc. should you wish to bring your toys. You are welcome to enjoy the gardens, dine on your private balcony or in our grape arbor covered stone grotto. This is a private, spacious retreat with a panoramic view of the Vermont countryside. Enjoy your own private balcony, gardens to tour, and well equipped kitchen. Only a short drive from Hardwick and Greensboro village, Caspian Lake, Hill Farmstead Brewery and the Craftsbury Outdoor Center.
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      The SpaceFully equipped and furnished two-bedroom apartment in the quaint village of Hardwick, Vermont. The rental apartment is in a newly renovated 1895 historic building and has a full kitchen and dining/living area along with two bedrooms. The living room windows offer a lovely view into the public park we recently designed and landscaped. Internet is a little spotty in the apartment, but reliable service is available in the restaurant on the first floor of the building. The apartment is close to several popular restaurants, a gym, an organic food co-op, and a grocery store. The Hardwick Trails, 6 miles of woodland hiking, are less than half a mile away. World-renowned brewery, Hill Farmstead Beer, is in nearby Greensboro and Caledonia Spirits distillery with its tasting room, including its top-shelf gin, is just down the road. Local swimming and canoeing/kayaking water bodies include Caspian Lake, Wolcott Pond and Green River Reservoir. The rental is within easy driving distance of ski resorts and close to Stowe, Greensboro, Smugglers Notch, and Montreal. It is also located near longer hiking trails, including the Appalachian and Long trails, mountain biking trails, canoeing and kayaking, cross-country skiing, and lots of good antiquing. The Village of Hardwick has become known as a sustainable food center, and was featured in the book, "The Town that Food Saved," by Ben Hewitt. Small food producers, such as the Cellars at Jasper Hill cheeses, Vermont Soy products, Pete's Greens, High Mowing Seeds, and the Vermont Food Venture Center cluster in and around the town. We also have an additional apartment for guests to stay one floor below. Interaction with GuestsWe try to be available for guests as much as possible. However, cell phone service in northern Vermont can be spotty. As soon as we receive a call or message, we will get back in touch with you.
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      Excellent
      20 reviews
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      The SpaceThis is an awesome two story modern apartment, tall ceilings, clean and well furnished. Guest AccessAll of it except for my room! Interaction with GuestsI will be living here as well, however I work A LOT. I am available by email or phone if I'm not around. The NeighborhoodEast Hardwick might not look like much but it is close to the Craftsbury Outdoor Center, Burke, Hill Farmstead, and Smuggs & Stowe (30 - 40 minutes). Hardwick is less than 10 minutes. Other Things to NoteThere will always be coffee and tea. There is also cell reception (a big deal in the NEK)
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      3br Home/Apartment
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      The SpaceTwo full bedrooms. Basement room has a fold out couch. Top floor has a bed in the loft area. Pellet stove in the basement room. Fireplace on main floor. Guest AccessFull access to the house except for the garage, utility room, and two closets. Interaction with GuestsI work out of state but have someone who can help you out if needed. Just let me know! The NeighborhoodHouse is in the middle of the woods. Neighbors are scare. Closest neighbor is 1/4 mile away. Getting AroundThere is no public transportation nearby. Other Things to NoteLots of woods to explore outside. There is a nice fire-pit and seating area. If interested, there is even a gun range. Snowshoes are available for use.
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      The SpaceIn the heart of the old mansion, set behind what was the servants' quarters, this newly renovated studio is cozy with all the clean comfort of a hotel suite and the hospitality of the old mansion on the other side of the door. Guests have the option of using the small kitchen in their room or sharing the large, fully stocked house kitchen with me, Mark and Roxy the dog. For parties over two people an additional bedroom with a queen and twin bed are available for an additional price. This extra bedroom is located off the main kitchen and is not available during the summer months. Guest AccessThe studio is stocked with coffee, tea and other stables including coffee maker, microwave and small fridge so guests can be independent if they choose. The main kitchen of my house, just twenty steps outside the studio apartment, is available for guests to prepare more elaborate meals. It is fully stocked with equipment and utensils. I ask guests to be respectful of the shared space. I'm more than happy to show guests around the main kitchen and share meals if our schedules allow for that. A washer and dryer is available for guests staying over three nights, just let me know if you plan to do laundry. Guests are welcome to relax in the yard and gardens in the spring, summer and fall. Please note, I do have three commercial tenants, the veterinary clinic and two non-profit organizations. Guests may cross paths with tenants' clients during business hours in the parking lot. Interaction with GuestsI'm happy to show folks around, point them in the direction of Buffalo Mountain Food Co-op and Hardwick's restaurants and Hardwick Trails to ski or hike year round. Getting AroundOnce you're settled in, everything in Hardwick is within walking distance. Grocery stores, post office, the The Village Restaurat, (diner), Connie's Kitchen and the Buffalo Mountain Food Coop, all great for breakfast and lunch are under a five minute walk. Our dinner options are Postive Pie, Hardwick House of Pizza, the Village Restaurant Diner, Cuban food at Havana 802 and Chinese food at The Yummy Wok. We have an extensive trail system behind the high school in town, just five minutes up Main Street from our house. These "Hardwick Trails" offer great hiking, x-country skiing in the winter and mountain biking on a single track. They're great for dog walking and running as well. I've got plenty of map books, hiking guides of Vermont. I would not put too much faith in guiding yourself by GPS, some roads in the area become snow machine trails in the winter and aren't suited for cars. Other Things to NoteI do allow friendly dogs. My dog, Roxy, occasionally gets bone-crazed and doesn't do well with sharing her toys. As long as toys are out of sight she loves houseguests of her species.
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      2br Home/Apartment
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      The SpaceTwo cabins are included for lodging with the rental of Camp Wapanacki. Merle Cabin has an enclosed bedroom while Scout Cabin has an open layout. Both cabins are freshly renovated and include a full kitchen, bathroom, loft and lake views. Rental of the full camp also includes access to the lakeside clubhouse featuring a deck and outdoor shower and the activity center with additional bathroom and laundry facilities. Nestled in the hills of the Northeast Kingdom, Camp Wapanacki was founded as a summer camp in 1938. Established as a camp for blind children, and later run by the Girl Scouts, Camp Wapanacki is being reborn as a four-season retreat. Guest AccessCamp Wapanacki is comprised of 250 acres of woodland, plus a 25 acre private lake for swimming and non-motorized boats. There are miles of trails to explore, perfect for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in the winter, and hiking and biking in the summer. Interaction with GuestsOur caretaker is often on property and is available for emergency situations. The NeighborhoodCamp Wapanacki is five miles from downtown Hardwick, where you'll find a co-op grocery store, a hippie wood-fired pizza place, a classic diner, and other necessities. Less than an hour to the ski slopes of Stowe and 30 minutes to the renowned Hill Farmstead Brewery. Easy drive to Cabot Creamery and Ben and Jerry's Factory. Other Things to Notethis freshly renovated 1-bdrm cabin has a full kitchen, bathroom and loft. Includes views
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      2br Home/Apartment
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      • Pets Allowed
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      The SpaceHardwick area is 15 miles from Stowe, big tourist spot with loads of restaurants etc. 25 miles from Montpilier state capital. Hardwick is big on Localvore "farm to table" and has many organic farms, breweries, distilleries, cheese producers, orchards and the like. Area has biking trails, hiking, many lakes. Caspian Lake is very popular,4 miles away and has a great beach area. Fishing is big as most VT lakes have public boat ramps. Small mouth bass, northern pike, lake trout, yellow perch, rainbow trout are well represented. Rivers are home to several trout species. Guest AccessGuests have access to explore the acreage that the property sits on. Also full access to the deck, gas grill and fire pit on the property. Owner will leave linens, kitchen essentials (flatware, cookware, dinnerware) and bathroom essentials for each guests stay. Interaction with GuestsI will be staying in the main house on the property and fully available to assist you and make sure you are comfortable during your stay. Just touch base with me if you need anything. The NeighborhoodThe Northeast Kingdom is home to Vermont's Lake District with 40,000 acres of lakes, ponds and 50 public boat launch sites. With so much fresh water, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, and camping are popular in the region. Getting AroundTravelers will need a car to get just about anywhere.
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      1br Home/Apartment
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      The SpaceNestled in the hills of the Northeast Kingdom, Camp Wapanacki was founded as a summer camp in 1938. Established as a camp for blind children, and later run by the Girl Scouts, Camp Wapanacki is being reborn as a four-season retreat. Guest AccessCamp Wapanacki is comprised of 250 acres of woodland, plus a 25 acre private lake for swimming and non-motorized boats. There are miles of trails to explore, perfect for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in the winter, and hiking and biking in the summer. Interaction with GuestsOur caretaker is often on property and is available for emergency situations. The NeighborhoodCamp Wapanacki is five miles from downtown Hardwick, where you'll find a co-op grocery store, a hippie wood-fired pizza place, a classic diner, and other necessities. Less than an hour to the ski slopes of Stowe and 30 minutes to the renowned Hill Farmstead Brewery. Easy drive to Cabot Creamery and Ben and Jerry's Factory. Other Things to NoteScout Cabin is located next to Merle Cabin, also available on AirBnB. Guests of these two cabins enjoy access to the lake and grounds. If you are interested in renting both cabins, please search Camp Wapanacki - Twin Cabins.
      Home/Apartment
      Excellent
      21 reviews
      2br Home/Apartment
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      The SpaceOur cabin can accommodate a family of 4-6 easily. It is a great get away location for any family wanting to spend some relaxing time in the country. It is located directly on a four seasons trail that can be used for hiking, walking, biking, 4 wheeling, snowmobiling, or horseback riding! We also have many lakes and ponds nearby that you can drive to, to enjoy a day on the water with your kayaks, fishing boats, floating rafts, or just for a nice and refreshing dip in the fresh water! The kitchen is complete with pots and pans, dish wear, silverware, dish soap, paper towels, dish towels, soap, salt, pepper, sugar, Keurig or coffee pot. The bathroom is completely furnished as well with bath and hand towels, wash clothes, hand soap and toilet paper. The beds are made with clean fresh sheets, and each bed has pillows and a comforter. There are spare fleece blankets as well. Our gas fireplace offers cozy warmth after a beautiful day spent out and about enjoying our scenic state as a family, a couple, or a group of friends. We also have a Rinnai heater in our entryway to keep our cabin comfortable. The floors in the fall and winter do tend to stay chilly, so pack your slippers. :) Our cabin has been enjoyed by every one of our guests as a comfortable and relaxing get away. We have even enjoyed it ourselves recently. Feel free to ask questions or make a special request. Guest AccessAt this point, we have no internet or cable/satellite. We have been unsuccessful at getting service. There is a tv available along with a DVD player. 4G is pretty reliable. Verizon seems to be better than AT&T. T-Mobile is very spotty and works best if you step outside. The driveway to our cabin is a mixture of off road, hills and when the weather is cold, ice! 4 wheel drive vehicles and good winter tires are highly recommended. Nearby walking, hiking, biking, snowshoeing, sledding, outdoor adventures, site seeing, nature walks, VAST, VASA Winter months: Indoor fireplace, plus a Rinnai wall mounted heater as well, electric heaters available, games and puzzles, cards and dice games, checkers. Wear slippers or warm fuzzy socks, as the floors tend to be chilly. Summer months: Outdoor fire pit, small Webber charcoal grill, firewood, kindling, picnic area, seating to enjoy the great outdoors onsite. Bugs! Pack repellent. Visit nearby VT attractions! Hillstead Farm Brewery, plus many other breweries within an hour from us Cabot Creamery Ben & Jerrys Stowe bike path Positive Pie Woodbury Quarries Apple picking Interaction with GuestsWe are within walking distance of this property. We can be as accessible as our guests need us to be. Feel free to contact us at any time with any questions or concerns. The NeighborhoodOur cabin is located directly on a 4 seasons trail and there is lots to see on an evening walk or jog. Check out the many nearby abandoned quarry holes! Ask for a map! Getting AroundThere is no public transit Other Things to NoteWoodbury is known for having many lakes and ponds. Bring your kayak or canoe and come enjoy the water. This cabin does not have water frontage, but there are many opportunities within a very convenient distance to get on the water.
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      2br Home/Apartment
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      The SpaceWith a comfortable queen bed and full bath downstairs guests who need to can stay on the first floor. If you wish for more privacy the upstairs bedroom is a large pleasant room with full bath ( shower). There is a W/D laundry room and food pantry off the kitchen. Everything you might need to cook up a storm is provided in the kitchen supplies. On warm days the enclosed front porch is a wonderful place to soak up the afternoon sunshine. The dining room has a wonderful antique table that expands to seat eight. Our property has frontage on the Lamoille River where you can relax on the river bank , go fishing or take a refreshing wade in the water. Children need to be well supervised on the river banks. Guest AccessThere are two additional bedrooms upstairs that we are not currently renting out. Interaction with GuestsWe are just a phone call away to answer your questions. Family members also live in town and can assist you should you need anything. The NeighborhoodEast Hardwick: The lovely Perennial Pleasures Tea Garden is a quick walk up the street where they serve a proper English tea from Memorial Day to September and they have plant sales as well as a lovely gift shop. The village has a mini-mart for a cup of coffee or quick lunch fare but otherwise you will find a quiet sleepy little town. Our historic Caledonia Grange hosts contra dances with a pot luck dinners once a month. In the summer months they also are hosts to some concerts. There is a Community Church with Sunday services. They also host a wonderful fall harvest dinner. The Surrounding Area: We are a great central location for day trips to Cabot ( Cabot Cheese), Stowe ( Trapp Family Lodge), Waterbury ( Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream), Glover ( Bread and Puppet Theatre), St. Johnsbury ( Maple Museum), and Craftsbury ( Craftsbury Outdoor Center and Sterling College). Be sure to visit nearby Greensboro village where you can enjoy Caspian Lake Beach, Circus Smirkus and Willey's General Store. At Willey's you will find a family owned classic country store selling groceries, fishing gear, housewares, clothing and hardware. Food and Beer: Don't forget the wonderful local foods and beer. There are many local fresh vegetable stands within a few miles and a farmer's market in Hardwick. We are near the BEST BEER in the WORLD at Hill Farmstead Brewery in North Greensboro. Pair it with some Jasper Hill Cheese made in Greensboro and found at Willey's Store and you are in food heaven. Other local breweries include Rock Art Beer and Lost Nation Brewery in Morrisville. Morrisville also has several places to pick up Heady Topper from the Alchemist Brewery in Waterbury. The local Hardwick restaurant Positive Pie has many of the local beers on tap. Getting AroundYou will need a car to have access to the area. There is no public transportation. There is parking for two cars end to end in the driveway beside the house. Additional parking is available in the back of the house. Grocery stores are 3 miles away in Hardwick or 6 miles to Greensboro. Gas is available in East Hardwick at the Mini Mart. Other Things to NoteThere is a 9% Vt Room tax that is included in your price. There is mandatory recycling in Vermont. You will be asked to place all recyclables in a container, compostable vegetable scraps in a compost container,and garbage in a separate container. These will need to be moved to the cellar when full and will be picked up once a week.
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      The SpaceNestled in the hills of the Northeast Kingdom, Camp Wapanacki was founded as a summer camp in 1938. Established as a camp for blind children, and later run by the Girl Scouts, Camp Wapanacki is being reborn as a four-season retreat. Guest AccessCamp Wapanacki is comprised of 250 acres of woodland, plus a 25 acre private lake for swimming and non-motorized boats. There are miles of trails to explore, perfect for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in the winter, and hiking and biking in the summer. Interaction with GuestsOur caretaker is often on property and is available for emergency situations. The NeighborhoodCamp Wapanacki is five miles from downtown Hardwick, where you'll find a co-op grocery store, a hippie wood-fired pizza place, a classic diner, and other necessities. Less than an hour to the ski slopes of Stowe and 30 minutes to the renowned Hill Farmstead Brewery. Easy drive to Cabot Creamery and Ben and Jerry's Factory. Other Things to NoteMerle Cabin is located next to Scout Cabin, also available on AirBnB. Guests of these two cabins enjoy access to the lake and grounds. If you are interested in renting both cabins, please search Camp Wapanacki - Twin Cabins.
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      2br Home/Apartment
        Take in the beauty of Vermont from this spacious, peaceful abode. Enjoy stunning views, a fully equipped kitchen, balcony dining, outdoor shower, and beautiful terrain to explore. Nearby are Caspian Lake, Craftsbury Outdoor Center, award winning local and organic food culture, and some of the best biking and skiing in New England. Enjoy excellent local cross-county skiing and hiking, alpine ski at Jay, Burke or Stowe, golf and tennis 3 miles away, all set in pastoral beauty. We live in an incredibly beautiful natural habitat, and this apartment is set up to take it all in. The kitchen is fully equipped including expresso machine, the bath and rooms are spacious, one bedroom has a queen bed, the other a full. There are grills should you wish to cook out, and an outdoor shower for 3 season use. You will have wireless internet, TV and washer/dryer. We have off-street parking, and storage/shelter for bikes, skis, kayaks etc. should you wish to bring your toys. You are welcome to enjoy the gardens, dine on your private balcony or in our grape arbor covered stone grotto.
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        2br Home/Apartment
          Fully equipped and furnished two-bedroom apartment for short- and medium-term rental in the quaint village of Hardwick, Vermont. The rental apartment is in a newly renovated 1895 historic building and has a full kitchen and dining/living area. Large bay windows offer lovely views of the Lamoille River. The apartment is only a few steps from the popular restaurants, Positive Pie and Claire’s, both of which specialize in locally sourced foods. The rental is within easy driving distance of local ski resorts and near to Stowe, Greensboro, Smugglers Notch, and Montreal. It is also located near hiking trails, including the Appalachian and Long trails, mountain biking trails, canoeing and kayaking, cross-country skiing, and lots of good antiquing. The Village of Hardwick is becoming known as a sustainable food center, and was featured in the book, "The Town that Food Saved," by Ben Hewitt. Small food producers, such as the Cellars at Jasper Hill cheeses, Vermont Soy products, Barr Hill distillery, Pete's Greens, High Mowing Seeds, and the Vermont Food Venture Center cluster in and around the town. Hill Farmstead Brewery, named by (website hidden) as the "Best Brewery in the World" for 2013, is in nearby North Greensboro and is open for tastings and filling of growlers.
          Cottage
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          Cottage
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          The SpaceWhen I was little, I had a dream in which I lived in a tiny house in the woods—I still remember every detail of it. Twenty years later in 2015, my girlfriend and I decided we wanted to give the idea a go. We found this amazing piece of land and built the house ourselves, and have just finished it recently. Once you cross the footbridge and walk into the woods, you'll find the cottage. Inside you'll find a beautiful, bright space with rustic, wide-plank pine floors and a dazzling pallet wood ceiling. There is a kitchenette, a wood stove, a bathroom with a composting toilet and a sailor shower basin (you'll need to heat your own water and suspend it above the shower, now that the freezing months are here), a stove and oven, a luxurious queen-sized bed in the loft upstairs, and a fold-out daybed that sleeps 2 more. Things to note about the rusticity of the cottage: - there is no electricity other than our generator - when the weather is freezing, you'll have to haul your own water and take a sailor shower (October-May). 1-2 gallons per person, per day. - we use a composting toilet. Pee goes into an easy-to-empty compartment, and guests need to empty their own pee (by pouring it around the base of mature trees outside). Parking is across the street from the neighbor's house. We specifically did not want a driveway to the cottage; to access it, you must cross a foot bridge and take a secret rock staircase up to the trail. It's about 1-2 minutes from your car. No shoes in the house! A waterproof shoebox is located right outside the front door. Hardwick is a quintessential Vermont village, with a little library, a bookshop, restaurants, and various other businesses along a short main street. There is cross-country skiing and mountain biking in town. You'll love restaurants like Caja Madera, The Village Restaurant, Connie's Kitchen, and Positive Pie. A really cool old suspension footbridge crosses the river downtown. **Winter: the cottage in winter is magical, though things are a bit more rustic. The walk up is icy and snowy, and you have to ensure that any water you haul doesn't freeze inside the house! Guest AccessThe property is wild and wonderful. There are animals like fox, deer, moose, bear, and very flirtatious chipmunks around. Feel free to explore the woods; there are some incredible cliffs behind the house, as well as many rolling knolls and ponds. Interaction with GuestsYou'll have lots of privacy and no intrusions! My girlfriend and I live elsewhere and so we will only be around occasionally. The NeighborhoodHardwick is a quintessential Vermont village, with a little library, a bookshop, restaurants, and various other businesses along a short main street. There is cross-country skiing and mountain biking in town. You'll love restaurants like Caja Madera (food truck), The Village Restaurant, Connie's Kitchen, and Positive Pie. A really cool old suspension footbridge crosses the river downtown. Getting AroundThere is no public transportation in this area, so you need your own car. The road is plowed in the winter. Other Things to NoteNo shoes in the house! There is a waterproof shoebox outside the front door. No electricity except what's provided by the generator, should you need it.
          Country House
          4br Country House
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          The SpaceThe house is currently a mixture of old and new. The master bedroom on the first floor still has the floral wallpaper and pink carpet. The back of the house still features the old color (yellow) as work will continue to update the space next summer. The kitchen is newer and handicap accessible, as is the downstairs bathroom. Guest AccessGuests are welcome to use the first and second floors including the kitchen, living room, two dining rooms, and free wifi “BeOurGuest". Home monitoring system is installed in the living room. Interaction with GuestsI’m available for any issues by text and I have a local care taker to assist with any other issues. The NeighborhoodHardwick has plenty of Vermont Village charm with amenities to make like easy. There is a grocery and drug store across the street. Three restaurants are walking distance with a full bar and service at Positive Pie (along with a great beer list including Hill Farmstead) Getting AroundPark the car and walk! You can walk to the shops and restaurants in Hardwick. By car, Hill Farmstead is about ten miles away Stowe is 23 Miles Elmore State Park and the Elmore Store are ten miles Caspian Lake has a nice public beach for catching the sunset, ten miles Lost Nation Brewing in Morristown is 15 miles. Other Things to NotePark behind the house in the carport. The back door has a Kevo electronic lock that requires a smartphone with Bluetooth for access.
          Cottage
          2br Cottage
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          The SpaceThis lovely log cabin is a great place to hang out any time of year. The first floor has a cozy living room a full bath, and a bedroom. There is also a loft bedroom that has a full sized bed and enough floor space to accommodate an air mattress or two if extra sleeping space is needed. There is a small refrigerator, microwave, toaster, hot plate, a coffeemaker plates, glasses and pots and pans for very basic food preparation. The covered porch is a wonderful place to watch the sunrise or to relax with a drink after a long day of hiking, biking or kayaking. A large picture window gives you the same view from inside during the cold winter days. The main house is right next door but the cabin has its own private entrance and porch and feels very private. You will never know anyone is next door unless you need something and I am right there to help. Guest AccessGuests have a separate entrance with a private covered porch and plenty of parking. Guests are free to explore the 32 acres of woods and rustic trails that includes a lovely apple orchard and sitting area with a lovely view of the surrounding mountains. Interaction with GuestsI am available throughout your stay to answer any questions or to help you out. I live right next door. The NeighborhoodThe Cottage at Dunne Dreamin sits on a hill overlooking the Village of Hardwick with no neighbors in sight! It is walkable to the center of town where you can get a great breakfast at either the local diner, the bakery or the food coop. Lunch and Dinner options include two pizza restaurants, the Village Diner, and a new Cuban Restaurant set to open in the fall of 2016. Set out to Stowe (40 minutes) Montpelier (40 minutes) or St. Johnsbury (35 minutes) to find great food and entertainment options. Getting AroundYou will need your own car to get around since public transportation is non-existent in this neck of the woods. Other Things to NoteHardwick is one of those undiscovered treasures of a Vermont town that is far away from the hustle and bustle of it all but close enough to skiing (Jay Peak, Craftsbury Outdoor Center, Stowe and Burke Mountain), hiking, craft breweries and distilleries (Hill Farmstead, Lost Nation, Rock Art and Caledonia Spirits) and restaurants to make it a wonderful place to visit.
          Cottage
          Cottage
            When I was little, I had a dream in which I lived in a tiny house in the woods—I still remember every detail of it. Twenty years later in 2015, my girlfriend and I decided we wanted to give the idea a go. We found this amazing piece of land and built the house ourselves, and have just finished it recently. **This is a discrimination-free listing. People of every background, ethnicity, sexual identity/preference, or political leaning are welcome here.** Inside you'll find a beautiful, bright space with rustic, wide-plank pine floors and a dazzling pallet wood ceiling. There is a wood stove, a fold-out daybed that sleeps 2, a bathroom with a composting toilet and a basin to take sailor showers, a stove for cooking, and a luxurious queen-sized bed in the loft upstairs. Things to note about the rusticity of the cottage: - there is no electricity other than our generator (hence no wifi, and cell reception is spotty) - there is no running water—we provide a few gallons for drinking and showering, but you'll have to bring your own if you need extra. - we use a composting toilet! Pee goes into an easy-to-empty compartment, and guests need to empty their own pee (by pouring it around the base of mature trees outside). - in occasional heavy rain, the stream swells and the stepping stones become unusable. In this scenario, you have to cross on a ladder or by wading. There is no electricity, but you can turn on our generator to charge your devices. A propane tank operates the stove. You can do laundry at the laundromat 5 minutes down the road. Parking is across the street from the neighbor's house. We specifically did not want a driveway to the house; to access it, you must cross a stream (by stepping stones or wading if you have boots) and take a secret rock staircase up to the trail. It's about 1-2 minutes from your car. No shoes in the house! A waterproof shoebox is located right outside the front door. Hardwick is a quintessential Vermont village, with a little library, a bookshop, restaurants, and various other businesses along a short main street. There is cross-country skiing and mountain biking in town. You'll love restaurants like Caja Madera, The Village Restaurant, Connie's Kitchen, and Positive Pie. A really cool old suspension footbridge crosses the river downtown. **Winter: the cottage in winter is magical, though things are a bit more rustic. The walk up is icy and snowy, and you have to ensure that any water you haul doesn't freeze inside the house!
            Home/Apartment
            2br Home/Apartment
              Fully equipped and furnished two-bedroom apartment for short- and medium-term rental in the quaint village of Hardwick, Vermont. The rental apartment is in a newly renovated 1895 historic building and has a full kitchen, dining/living area, two bedrooms, and maple floors. Large bay windows offer lots of natural light and lovely views of the Lamoille River. The apartment is only a few steps from local restaurants and the food co-op, which specialize in locally sourced foods. The rental is within easy driving distance of local ski resorts and near to Stowe, Greensboro, Smugglers Notch, and Montreal. It is also located near hiking trails, including the Appalachian and Long trails, mountain biking and running trails, canoeing and kayaking, cross-country skiing, and lots of good antiquing. The Village of Hardwick is becoming known as a sustainable food center, and was featured in the book, 'The Town that Food Saved,' by Ben Hewitt. Small food producers, such as the Cellars at Jasper Hill cheeses, Vermont Soy products, Barr Hill distillery, Pete's Greens, High Mowing Seeds, and the Vermont Food Venture Center cluster in and around the town. Hill Farmstead Brewery, named as the 'Best Brewery in the World' for 2013, is in nearby North Greensboro and is open for tastings and filling of growlers.
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              2br Home/Apartment
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              Two bedrooms (queen beds), bath, large living/dining area with cathedral ceiling and additional twin bed, cook's kitchen fully equipped for cooking and wine/cocktails, food processor, expresso machine, washer/dryer, private balcony with dining table, 3 season outdoor shower, outdoor arbor/dining grotto with grill, off street parking with room for bikes, boats, skis and other toys. Run, walk, bike from your door. Eggs from our chickens in season; the girls sometimes stop laying in the winter :)
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              Grammy’s House is located next to the Lamoille River in East Hardwick Village. Settled in the late 1700’s this is a small, sleepy village on the edge of the Northeast Kingdom. It is located on Vermont Route 16, two and a half hours south of Montreal QC, one and a half hours east of Burlington, Vt and 45 minutes northeast of Montpelier, Vermont’s beautiful capital city. Grammy’s House provides a central location for day trips to skiing facilities including the Stowe Mountain Resort, Smugglers, Sugarbush, Jay Peak and Burke Mountain. The Craftsbury Outdoor Center, where you’ll find some of the best cross-country skiing in New England, is only 20 minutes away. There is direct access to some of the best snowmobile trails in Northern Grammy’s House is a 9 minute drive from Greensboro and the beautiful, pristine Caspian Lake. There you will find a free public beach, lakeside walking trail and public boat access. It’s an excellent lake for sailing and ice fishing. Greensboro is also home to the famous Willy’s General Store and to Circus Smirkus Camp. Drop off your camper and stay awhile! Home to the CAE (Center for an Agricultural Economy) Hardwick is the hub of the new sustainable agriculture movement in Vermont. Grammy’s House is minutes away from craft breweries, including the international-award-winning Hill Farmstead in Greensboro. Caledonia Spirits in Hardwick (home of Barr Hill Gin), High Mowing Seeds, the farm stands of organic vegetable growers, such as Pete’s Greens in Craftsbury, maple groves, grass fed beef and pork farms and small dairy farms all contribute to the rural economy. The NEK is also known for sweet corn on the cob, award winning cheeses, ice cream, honey, pumpkins, excellent bakeries, apple orchards and local ciders. The area has many flower growers and nurseries including Perennial Pleasures which offers English Tea, a gift shop and garden walks, just a 3 minute walk from Grammy’s House. Many restaurants in the area feature local craft beers on-tap, Vermont cheeses including those from nearby Jasper Hill Cellars and creative dishes made from locally grown and raised products. History buffs will enjoy driving the Bailey Hazen Road and visiting the Hardwick Historical Society as well as many nearby small historic settlements. The Vermont Statehouse in Montpelier is a beautifully restored Federal period building and the Vermont History Museum is next door. The Old Stone House Museum in Brownington is just a 40 minute drive. right in the heart of the Northeast Kingdom in this quiet country village.