Hartland, VT, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Hartland

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200 year old Vermont restored farmhouse. Adorable baby alpacas. Beautiful sunrises and view. Alpaca apparel and gifts available in the boutique. Friendly host. Close to Hanover, NH, Dartmouth, Woodstock. Ski at Okemo Mt 45 min orKillington Mt 55 min. Easy access off I91.
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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThis beautiful, bright and sunny studio apartment is the perfect place for a quiet vacation or a romantic weekend get-away. It is part of a 200 year old farmhouse, but is a separate and private space. It is bright and spacious in summer, cozy and warm in winter, and glorious in the fall. You will find everything you need to leave behind the hustle and bustle of your busy life, and spend some quiet time in beautiful rural Vermont. The afternoon sun pours in the large old windows, and the wide pine floors glow honey gold. You can relax with a good book, nap in the comfy bed, cook a meal in the fully but simply appointed kitchen, or soak in the tub. If you need to work, you will have all the quiet you need, plus good cell coverage and high-speed wireless internet. You can come and go as you please, and have as much contact with homeowner as you want. There is a shared main entrance, but the studio is a separate space. The studio consists of a good sized living/bedroom with a comfy full size bed, plus a brand new fold out full-size sleeper for extra guests or your little one. The kitchen is equipped for cooking simple meals, with service for 4. The full bath is roomy and the bathtub is great for soaking. Two thick robes are on the door for your comfort. The flower-covered front porch is the perfect place to dream away a summer afternoon. Lie in the hammock with a book, or have your morning coffee at the outdoor table while listening to the birdsong and the neighborhood roosters. Venture out through the meandering pathways into secret gardens, ponds, and fruit trees. Fill your bucket with delicious sun-warmed raspberries, and pick vegetables straight from the garden for your supper. Situated in a quiet and friendly rural neighborhood, you are but minutes from I-91, and 20 minutes from the Upper Valley. Hartland is a quaint Vermont town, with a diner, yoga studio, general store, library, gas station (with a surprisingly good wine selection), a Unitarian Universalist and a Congregational church, and a fantastic farmer's market on Fridays. There are miles of dirt roads right outside the door, to wander and get lost (I can give you a map!), or hop on your mountain bike and be gone for an afternoon. Hartland has an amazing network of miles and miles of public access cross-country ski trails, so if you come in the winter do bring your skis or snow-shoes. I can also tell you where to rent some. Studio is walking distance to town, and is a ten minute walk to the Skunk Hollow Tavern, where you can enjoy a pub meal downstairs or head upstairs for a romantic dining experience in an historic old tavern. Put your dancing shoes on for a Friday night with some of the best live bands around, or enjoy open mic night on Wednesdays. Historic Windsor, with its shops, restaurants, museums, river adventure company, bike shop, the Harpoon Brewery, a brand new craft vodka distillery, and one of the longest and most photographed covered bridges in the world, is minutes away. In the other direction you'll find Woodstock, just 20 minutes away. Woodstock has been voted one of the most beautiful towns in the US and is full of lovely shops and restaurants, covered bridges, the Billings Farm and Museum, galleries, and antique shops - it is quintessential Vermont. The Upper Valley, also 20 minutes away, consists of towns on both sides of the Connecticut River, in Vermont and New Hampshire. You will find restaurants to suit all tastes, wonderful shops and many tourist attractions. Hanover, New Hampshire and Dartmouth College are here, and so is the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, a premier hospital and health care center. The King Arthur Baking Store and School is just up the road and offers a beautiful new shop that is a baker's dream, and also offers baking classes throughout the year. Vermont Law School is a 25 minute drive. There are numerous smaller ski areas within a half an hour, and Killington, the "beast of the east" is just a 40 minute drive, through picturesque hills and forest. Rivers, lakes, hiking trails, miles of mountain biking roads and trails, and several premier distance running and biking races and events make this the perfect destination for any outdoor enthusiast. Play hard, see the sights, go to meetings or medical appointments, put in a day on the slopes, or just meander the back roads and rivers of this beautiful part of Vermont, and then return home for a peaceful and quiet rest in your own comfortable little space. Children are more than welcome in this space - with advance notice toys, games and snacks will be provided. This home is a welcoming space and is lgbtq friendly. Sorry, but no pets are allowed. There is nothing fancy here, but there is all that you need - that's why it feels like home. Interaction with GuestsThough I am sometimes away on weekends, I am always available via text, email, or phone. I have a housemate who is usually around if I am not, in case anything comes up.
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Excellent
303 reviews
1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceA long driveway in the woods leads you to a secluded yurt. The yurt offers an unique lodging experience with modern amenities. The kitchen is fully equipped with a gas range/stove and all necessary cooking utensils. It has a full size refrigerator, deep sink, Bosch dishwasher, toaster oven, microwave, tea kettle, coffee maker and complete cooking and dining equipment. The living space is decorated tastefully with an extra comfortable queen size futon(not your ordinary mattress). The bedroom space has a new memory foam queen size mattress(10/16) that is well appointed with cotton sheets for your sleeping comfort. The bathroom has standard porcelain fixtures, as well as, a charming claw foot bathtub that has a shower. Cozy soft cotton towels wait on a shelf for your use. The bathroom has a big closet and dresser for storing your belongings. The yurt is heated by a woodstove. There will be firewood in the yurt for your use and instructions of where to find cut and dry firewood for your use in the woodstove. And, a Rinnai thermostat controlled heater lets you sleep through the night without having to get up to feed the woodstove. There is no Wi-Fi and most people have no cell phone service. During the months of August and October there is a minimum of a two night stay requested. The yurt is just steps from the Hartland Winter Trail system – cross-country skiing and/or snowshoeing, as well as, hiking. The fauna and flora of Vermont are plentiful around the yurt. In the winter, you will hear the hooting of owls. In the spring, you will hear the songs of the spring peepers. In the summer, you hear the beautiful melodies of the birds. In the fall, you’ll enjoy the magnificent colors of the deciduous trees and the display of mushrooms along the trails. Location: It is located 8 minutes from I-91. A short drive of 30 minutes on I-91 N gets you to Dartmouth College. Woodstock, Vermont is only 15 minutes away where Suicide Six Ski Resort and the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park is located. Vermont Institute of Natural Science in Quechee, Vermont is only 15 minutes away. Killington and Okemo ski areas are located 45 minutes away. Alpine Ski Areas: •Quechee Lakes – 15 minutes away •Suicide Six – 20 minutes away •Whaleback Mountain is 31 minutes away •Killington, Pico and Okemo are located 45 minutes away. •Stowe is 1 hour 28 minutes away •Dartmouth Skiway 50 minutes away Nordic Skiing: •Right out the yurt door are amazing groomed double tracked and snowshoe trails with varying degrees of difficulty. You may find trail maps at Hartland Winter Trails - (website hidden) •Quechee Lakes - 15 minutes (flat terrain - groomed) •Woodstock Resort - 15 minutes Nordic Ski Rentals available at Quechee Inn at Marshland Farms: (website hidden) Restaurants: The Skunk Hollow Tavern is 2 miles from the yurt. Wednesday nights you’ll find locals and out of towner’s on the stage for open mic. Friday nights brings amazing bands ranging from blues, jazz, bluegrass, rock, to Cuban music. The Harpoon Brewery is located about 10 minutes away where you can get a great burger/sandwich and a fresh micro-brew. The Windsor Station is 15 minutes away and is a good option for family dining at a historic train station. Last, but one of our favorites is only 15 minutes away - The Worthy Kitchen which hosts many local foods and craft beers from all over the US. Guest AccessYou have access to a fire circle(wood from woods - not woodstove firewood - please), hiking trails and local area attractions. Interaction with GuestsWe only interact with guests upon their arrival. This is to answer questions they might have and to offer instructions pertaining to the woodstove, windows and dome. The NeighborhoodI love the peaceful solitude, as well as, the bird songs, the coyote calls at night, the hooting owls and the spring peeper's choruses. Getting AroundThere is no public transportation. There is plenty of parking at the Yurt. The nearest airport is in West Lebanon, NH - 25 minutes away. Manchester, NH airport is 1hour 33minutes Burlington, VT airport is 1hour 37minutes Boston Logan Airport is 2hours 30minutes approx. Bradley International is 2hours 30minutes approx. Grocery Stores all within 20 minutes of the Yurt: Hartland BG’s – located downtown Hartland off of Rte. 12 back towards the interstate has a small selection of grocery items including their own cut meat. Mike’s Gas & Deli – located downtown Hartland off of Rte. 12/5 back towards the interstate has a good beverage selection, nice deli sandwiches and fried chicken White River Junction Upper Valley Food Coop – 193 N Main St, White River Junction, VT (phone number hidden) ***They offer whole food and a lot of local produce. We highly recommend them. Left onto Cobb Hill Rd. Right onto Mace Hill Rd. At stop sign turn right At next stop sign turn left onto Rt. 12 At stop in Hartland town center go straight At next stop sign in Hartland town center take a slight left onto Rt. 5 North Follow into White River Junction area At second stop light you encounter go straight and the Coop is just ahead on your left hand side. Windsor Price Chopper – located past I-91 exit only 2 miles toward the historical town of Windsor Other Things to NoteHikes Hartland Winter Trails Mt. Ascutney Trails Applachian Trail Long Trail Green Mountain Trail Marsh Billings Rockefeller NP Trails Mount Peg Trails Swimming Options: Hartland Dam – Approximately 7-8 miles – Take Rte. 5 North to North Hartland and make a left turn onto Clay Hill Road(by fire station). The North Hartland Reservoir road will be approximately 1 mile on your right. Fees - $1.00 anyone over 12 years of age. There is a sweet little hiking trail there too. Lake Pinneo – Take right out of driveway, go to stop sign, take right onto Rte. 12. Go to next stop where Rte. 12 intersects with Rte. 4 and take a right turn – go about 2 miles. Take the left turn onto Lakeland Dr./Murphy Rd. by a stonework sign. Follow road staying to your right down to the lake. (website (URL HIDDEN) Lull’s Brooke – Take a left turn out of driveway. Go to stop sign at Mace Hill Rd. and turn right. At next stop sign turn right. Turn left at next stop sign onto Rte. 5 North. Go to Hartland Three Corners(center of town) intersection stop sign turn right. At immediate next stop sign go straight. You will very soon see a sign for the library – turn right and use their parking lot. There are trails in front and behind the library that are fun for exploring water swimming/play with children. (free) Silver Lake State Park – Swim and/or rent canoes. Located in Barard VT 30 minutes away from the yurt. (email hidden)/htm/silver.htm Winter Swimming Upper Valley Aquatic Center 100 Arboretum Ln White River Junction, VT (phone number hidden) Turn left out of yurt driveway Turn right onto Mace Hill Rd. Turn right at stop sign to stay on Mace Hill Rd. Turn left onto Rte. 12 In center of Hartland at stop sign go straight onto Rt 5 North Travel approximately 8.4 miles Turn right onto Aboretum lane Things To Do In The Area: •Great River Outfitters((email hidden)/‎) of Windsor Vermont has a great deal for a 4 hour inner tube float down the Connecticut River. They drop you off 5 miles up the CT river and you float down to their facility. It is $25.00 person and you can rent a cooler float for your beverages and food. Great River Outfitters is located in the same complex as Harpoon Brewing Co. (which serves great sandwiches for lunch and dinner((website hidden)). Approximately 8 minutes away from the yurt. Great River Outfitters offers other activities too. •Path of Life in Windsor VT is a lovely walk amongst hedge mazes and sculptures. (email hidden) •American Precision Museum in Windsor VT (website hidden) •Large Covered Bridge in Windsor VT that crosses the Connecticut River. •Quechee Gorge in Quechee VT offers a nice short hike to a rapidly flowing river and view of the gorge. Approximately 18 minutes away from the yurt. (email hidden)/htm/quechee.htm •Quechee Antique Mall has Antiques . •Vermont Institute of Natural Science (VINS) is a raptor center open to the public with daily presentations it is located in Quechee. (website hidden)/‎ •Hanover NH is 30 minutes away and hosts the ivy league college Dartmouth. The town of Hanover boast with college town appeal. •The Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park is located in Woodstock VT . There are nice hikes and an interpretive carriage barn that offers information about the parks history. The town of Woodstock itself is an affluent touristy town. Approximately 15 minutes away from the yurt. Also, at the park is a nice ranger led presentation of the Mansion and grounds. (website hidden) *******Hiking trails open during government shut-down •Billings Farm in Woodstock is a nice tourist farm across from the National Park. It is very child friendly. There are wagon rides in the summer and sleigh rides in the winter. (website hidden) •There are hiking trails behind the yurt as well. •Mt. Ascutney Observation tower (24.5ft) hike to tower takes approximately 1 ½ hours(25 minute drive away)(website hidden) •Simon Pearce Glass Blowing in Quechee VT is 15 minutes away. •Simon Pearce Production in Windsor VT near Harpoon Brewer.
Home/Apartment
Excellent
128 reviews
2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceSee the light change over NH mountains while watching the birds! This small home near the top of Breeze Hill overlooks a field where a horse or sheep often graze in summer and sparkling snow blankets in winter, with a stunning view of the mountains beyond. Watch the sunrise over the mountains change position with the seasons. In summer hummingbirds feed and bird boxes are home to tree swallows, bluebirds, chickadees, and wrens. In winter the feeder attracts woodpeckers, nuthatches, chickadees, blue jays, finches and a few squirrels. In summer relax on the roofed patio enjoying the view. Many flowers and flowering shrubs edge the yard. This home blends the old with the new. It is the owner-built home of Hartland natives Wendell and his wife, Lillian, a “farm girl” and writer who was instrumental in preserving Eshqua Bog. Heidi’s parents actually cut the trees, sawed the boards on their own small mill, and constructed the house. The original pine cupboards as well as bedroom and living room floors remain. All of the trim in the living room was made from a single butternut tree. Self-published books tell the story of their lives. This house comfortably sleeps four with the possibility of an additional two. A bathroom with shower, washer, and dryer connects two bedrooms. In one, a full bed is angled to allow sipping coffee in bed while looking out at the mountains in summer. This bedroom also has air conditioning. The other has a queen-sized bed. The cozy living room provides a view of the bird feeder and mountains as well as having HD TV, extremely fast fiber optic wireless internet, and a sleeper couch. Most appliances are new. The kitchen has the original enameled table where chairs on either side look out to the bird feeder, flowers and mountains. Situated on a dirt road, this is a perfect location for walking, running, or biking. Of course, dirt roads in Vermont become snow covered in winter and muddy in spring! There is also a free cross country ski and snowshoe trail network that can be accessed from the village. Guest AccessThis house is separate from our own residence so guests will have the entire main floor of the home to themselves. The upstairs and cellar have not been remodeled and are not part of the rental space. There is a full kitchen with coffee maker, toaster, microwave, electric range, new dishwasher and refrigerator with ice maker. The house is stocked with a full set of cooking and dining utensils. The bathroom includes a shower, washer and dryer. There is a roofed patio complete with outdoor furniture. A large lawn has flower beds and a fire pit. A swing set is available for children. We do visit the property daily when we have animals in the field, but avoid disturbing guests. Interaction with GuestsWe love meeting new people! The amount we interact depends upon our schedule and our guests' need for privacy. The NeighborhoodWhile not being isolated, there is still lots of privacy. Hartland truly is in the heart of Vermont. There are many open fields edged by stonewalls and bordered by older hardwood dominated forests. We observe a wide variety of wildlife and often have our sheep or horse in the field in back of the house. Other farms nearby have a variety of animals as well as maple sugaring operations. Getting AroundAs Hartland is a rural setting, there is no public transit from the home. However, one can pick up public transit at the I91 car park for transport into various stops in the Upper Valley: Hanover & Lebanon, NH and White River Jct., VT. Darmouth Coach accesses the Upper Valley from Boston and NYC on daily trips. Also Amtrac rolls through daily as well. We're in a country setting so parking is not an issue unless you're traveling in a huge tour bus! Other Things to NoteOur fiber optic wireless is extremely fast and efficient. If you need to bring your work with you (which we would never recommend!) Breeze Hill is the place to combine work with play! It is important to know that Airbnb will be adding 9% Vermont Room and Meals tax to your bill! This is new; Airbnb now charges this to you directly and then pays the state of VT, rather than having all of us do that! We don't want this to be a surprise to you! Also, in the winter Vermont is often snowy or icy! There is a little slope to walk up to the house, which is shoveled and sanded. However, when it is storming this may be slick! Wear appropriate footwear!
Farmhouse
1br Farmhouse
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The SpaceYour room is a quiet, spacious happy room with 2 twin beds and 1 double bed making it perfect for a family! There is an attached private full bathroom. We do not use the upstairs of our house, so you will have your own floor! Interaction with GuestsWe are here if you need us, are happy to offer suggestions, tips, directions, but otherwise will leave you with your space and quite. The NeighborhoodHartland is perfectly located between Hanover, NH and Woodstock Vermont. We are minutes away from the Simon Pearce Outlet and Harpoon Brewery. Other Things to NoteFeel free while you are here to walk in our apple and pear orchard and pick as much fruit as you would like! We live on 250 acres that has an established trail network, great for walks and in the winter it is tracked by our town for cross country skiing. Ski down to the local Tavern and have a hot toddy and warm yourself by their fire before you come home to a cozy night in our farmhouse!
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The SpaceMaster suite with adjoining bunk room. Sleeps 4 Interaction with GuestsI love meeting guests!! The NeighborhoodVery rural with great views! Beautiful countryside! Close to fabulous food, tavern, brewery, museums, river adventure, hiking, mountain biking and skiing!!
hotel
5br hotel
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When visiting Hartland, The Sumner Mansion Inn is a great choice to consider. Guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby hiking/biking trails, mountain biking, and cross-country skiing, and free perks include full breakfast. Rooms offer up nice touches like fireplaces and bathrobes.
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My place is close to Skunk Hollow, Hartland VT, , art and culture, great views, restaurants and dining, family-friendly activities. You’ll love my place because of the outdoors space, the light, the kitchen, and the comfy bed.
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The SpaceBeautiful outdoor spaces include pine grove, pond, walking trails. Near Quechee & Woodstock, Suicide 6 ski area, Dartmouth College, Ascutney Mtn hiking trails, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, restaurants and shopping. Book kayaking with Bold Paths, and experience a personal introduction to the gentle spirited alpacas. We welcome traveling nurses, families, couples, solo adventurers, and business travelers. We offer a special discount for longer stays. Contact us for details about restaurants and other places of interest. Guest AccessKitchen, dining room, and living room.
Hotel
3.5-star Hotel
Situated in Hartland, this bed & breakfast is 2.2 mi (3.5 km) from Path of Life Garden and within 6 mi (10 km) of Old Constitution House and South Congregational Church. Cornish Colony Museum and American Precision Museum are also within 6 mi (10 km).
Farm Stay
2br Farm Stay
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The SpaceThe guest house is a unique artistically renovated space featuring cathedral ceilings, exposed beams, open floor layout and local artists work. The wood stove is a cozy feature to warm up by after a day of skiing. Fully appointed space and kitchen. Sleeps four easily in beautifully designed bedrooms. The curious alpacas are just outside in the pasture and we are happy to give you a personal introduction. all restaurants are within 20 mins for a delicious meal out locally. The Cross Country trails are in Woodstock and fully groomed or you can check out the local trails a 10 minute drive from the farm. Outstanding down hill skiing is available close by at Killington and Suicide 6. Saint Gaudens, Vins Raptor Center, Quechee Gorge and lot's more to keep you entertained during your stay at the farm. More questions please send us an inquiry via airbnb.
Farm Stay
1br Farm Stay
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The SpaceBeautiful outdoor spaces include pine grove, pond, walking trails. Near Quechee & Woodstock, Suicide 6 ski area, Dartmouth College, Ascutney Mtn hiking trails, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, restaurants and shopping. Book kayaking with Bold Paths, and experience a personal introduction to the gentle spirited alpacas. We welcome traveling nurses, families, couples, solo adventurers, and business travelers. We offer a special discount for longer stays. Contact us for details about restaurants and other places of interest.
Farm Stay
1br Farm Stay
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The SpaceEnjoy your own space on our farm. Take a walk in our orchard and puck your own apples. Or take a walk on our extensive trail network which is especially great for cross country skiing! Interaction with GuestsWe are here if you need us, or need any suggestions on things in the area but otherwise will leave you in peace and quiet! Other Things to NoteFree wifi, on site parking.