Craftsbury Accommodations

Accommodations in Craftsbury

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4br house
    Nestled in the Black River Valley, amidst hundred year-old pine trees and glorious sugar maples, you'll find peace and comfort. A New England Cape built in 1826, it has been home to six generations of the Wilson family. Currently a nonworking farm, it sits on rolling pastures, bordered by thick green forests and of course, the pristine Whetstone Brook. Discover the magic of Craftsbury, Vermont. We are in Vermont's fabled Northeast Kingdom and minutes from the Craftsbury Outdoor Center (biking, skiing and sculling), Sterling College and the headquarters of Circus Smirkus. Hiking, boating on nearby Caspian Lake, biking, fishing, and swimming areas are abundant. Equal distant are the Stowe, Jay, Smugglers' Notch and Burke ski areas within 45 minutes. The grounds surrounding the house include large lawns, perennial gardens, fruit trees, and a deck that overlooks the Whetstone Brook (a great retreat on a hot summer day). Come enjoy a taste of heaven.
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    The SpaceBed & Breakfast in the northeast kingdom of . Peaceful, quiet friendly atmosphere in our 1840 farmhouse. Family style, home cooked dinner is also available. Operating for over 35 years.5 guest rooms, Two separate cabins, one is year round, other is available May to October Local attractions include several lakes for swimming or fishing, golf courses within 20 minutes drive, winter time guests bring your snowmobiles to ride on the VAST trail system, or go to the Craftsbury Outdoor crosscountry ski center. Visit our (email hidden). or you can search us at country inn Rodgers, we have also been listed on lonely planet publications for several years. Rates vary as to whether you are staying in our cabins or having bed and breakfast and or dinner. Often times we have family gatherings, guests renting all our 5 rooms and cabins. Pets are allowed Only in our cabins. Guest AccessGuests are welcomed to sit on our enclosed porch for reading, two living rooms one of which has televison, table tennis room, large dining area. Interaction with GuestsWe are available to give suggestions as to "where we should go, what we should see". We have written directions for those that do not, or don't trust their gps. (: The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood consists of lots of open fields, dirt road that is perfect for walking, with little traffic. There are approximately 10 homes, one working farm in the 3 1/2 mile radius.
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    4br Home/Apartment
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    The SpaceThe quintessential Vermont: Country and Village living in your own private Inn. Perfect for family reunions, wedding parties or summer/cross country getaways amongst friends and family. Guest AccessThe Entire House Interaction with GuestsRegular housekeeping during your stay via the local housekeeper. The NeighborhoodCraftsbury Common is a picture postcard. It is quiet, quaint and incredibly relaxing. Activities abound on the Common year round and the neighbors are exceptionally welcoming. Getting AroundA car (or bicycle/cross country skis) are required in Craftsbury!
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    Excellent
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    The SpaceYour private room is located on the main floor and features two double beds. Guest AccessIn addition to your private room, guests are welcome to spread out in the shared spaces of the house, including a cozy living room with wood stove and wonderful natural light, dining room with large table, and kitchen with gas stove where you are welcome to prepare meals. The one bathroom is shared and has a clawfoot bathtub/shower. Interaction with GuestsKit and Reeve (sisters) live here in the house as well, and are often around to answer questions, keep the wood stove cranking in the winter, and help make you as comfortable as possible. We do come in and out and sometimes have things that take us away for a night or two, so it is possible one or both of us could be away while you are here. But we love sharing our home, and enjoy meeting our fabulous guests when we do cross paths! The NeighborhoodCraftsbury offers many unique attractions including the Craftsbury Outdoor Center with an extensive network of cross country skiing, mountain biking, and running trails, Sterling College, Pete's Greens, Circus Smirkus, beautiful Lake Eligo and Hosmer Ponds, and the Craftsbury General Store, a warm and friendly neighborhood hub providing groceries, a deli with delicious prepared foods, lots of local products, and always good conversation with the staff and local patrons. Hill Farmstead Brewery, Jasper Hill Farm, Bread and Puppet Theater, Parker Pie Co., and Willey's General Store are a few of the other attractions within easy driving distance.
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    Guest Accessyou are welcome to use the fire pit situated next to the farmstand to hang out or cook out. Interaction with GuestsI am no longer lived in that house but very close by. The best way to reach me is by email as the cellphone reception in the area is very bad. The apartment is all set up for you to come without having me to be there at your arrival or departure. I am more then happy to come and meet you if you request it or if you need assistance or anything else. The NeighborhoodCraftsbury is a small but very dynamic community with very friendly people. In town, we have the Craftsbury General Store, The Sterling College, the Art house, The Craftsbury Outdoor Center, Pete's Greens, etc. All those organizations make this small village very awesome place to live or visit. Other Things to Notesomething to consider is that the apartment is situated on a farm and everything starts early morning. Tractors and trucks might be coming and going early morning in some days, sometimes around 7am. Also, cellphone reception is not working around craftsbury.
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    The SpaceWelcome to our home. When your heart desires a change of pace or a taste of country, The Northeast Kingdom offers a rural setting with scenic forest covered hills, farms, beautiful lakes, and four seasons. Outdoors there are big skies, peaceful country walks or bike the dirt roads. Come and explore the Northeast Kingdom. Tourist information and maps are available. We have just finished renovating the house so everything is fresh and new. There are three bedrooms to chose from - The Maple room (largest) with a Select Number Queen bed, The Birch room with a Queen bed and The Elm Room (smallest) with a FULL bed. SEE OUR GUIDEBOOK FOR ADDITIONAL LOCAL INFORMATION Guest AccessOur guests have access to living room, dining room, yard, gardens and surrounding woods. Interaction with GuestsMark grew up in West Glover and enjoys sharing local interests and can help plan your itinerary. Karen, schooled in culinary arts, will have tasty treats to take on your adventure. The NeighborhoodParker Pie (local pub,) 7 miles Bonneview Sheep Farm, 2 miles Hill Farmstead Brewery, 8.5 miles Shadow Lake, 3 miles Currier's Market, 10 miles Bread and Puppet museum, 10 miles Perennial Pleasures Nursery and Tea Garden, 14 miles Old Stone House, 18 miles Andersonville Maple, next door SEE OUR GUIDEBOOK FOR ADDITIONAL LOCAL INFORMATION Getting AroundYou will definitely need a vehicle there is no public transportation. Other Things to NoteDepending on time of year we may have goats, lambs, chickens and pigs on the property. The two closest restaurants are Parker Pie, West Glover VT and Carriage House Cafe and Grill, Orleans VT. On the weekend nights, Parker usually has a 1 hour wait for pizza. Carriage House closes at 8:30pm. A hot breakfast is served between 8:30am-9:30am. Homemade baked goods, coffee and teas are always available.
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    1br Home/Apartment
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    The SpaceWell-equipped kitchen and updated bath with 2-person soaking tub make this 750sf cabin even more comfy. Choose whether to eat in using local produce/groceries, or go out to one of many fun spots in the area. Whether you're here for outdoor activities (Craftsbury Outdoor Center nearby), a wedding (Jeudevine Center 3 miles), Sterling College, or to chill and enjoy the scenery, this place won't let you down. Loons on the lake across the road, public beach in easy reach, and public boat access down the road. Wifi and landline w US/Can long distance. 32" TV w BluRay DVD player (no TV, you won't need it here!). Great fishing, boating, and wildlife watching all around. Guest AccessYou'll have the entire cabin along with outside deck and use of dock across road (at your own risk). Parking for 2-3 vehicles depending on size. Interaction with GuestsLocal area info in the cabin and wonderfully helpful staff and visitor info at the upticked Craftsbury General Store up the road. The NeighborhoodThe Craftsbury Outdoor Center has 100+ km of groomed trails: xcountry skiing and snowshoeing in winter, hike & bike in summer! Plus rowing, stand-up, yoga, more (check their website). Hill Farmstead, Rock Art, and Lost Nation breweries plus great fooderies all around, Pete's Greens here and a natural coop in Hardwick, libraries, farmers markets, lakes, trails -- more than you can possibly do in a weekend. Ask about rules for borrowing our canoe for the lake and hiking rights to our wilderness acres up the road - bears, berries, moose & more! Getting AroundFly to Burlington Intl, rent a car, and take a gorgeous 1.25 drive NE to Craftsbury. 2 hrs to Montreal, 3.5 hrs to Maine coastline or to Boston. Other Things to NoteWe've changed our pricing structure in response to inquiries: requesting a one-time cleaning fee lets us lower your nightly rate, making longer stays easier! There's a washer/dryer onsite for your convenience. Linens changed once a week to conserve our resources; please arrange with owner if you prefer more frequent refresh. Please note we are on a road! Most of our guests appreciate the easy access and don't mind the vehicles - see the happy faces of parents and kids. If you might mind hearing vehicles go by, please consider the fit before booking.
    Farmhouse
    4br Farmhouse
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    The SpaceThe Farmhouse in Andersonville is part of Ledgenear Farm. The farmhouse was built in the 1800's, but has been updated to modern comforts. It sits between Ledgenear's main house and Andersonville Farm where cows are raised and milked to make world class cheese. Guest AccessGuest are welcome to visit the farm animals, and can schedule time to learn about farm work and activities if they wish. Local veggies, meat and dairy can be provided - per your request at an extra charge. Interaction with GuestsWe are right next door, we can meet you on the main road and escort you to the farm and help you settle in. We are available to familiarize you with the area, but if you wish to check in and explore on your that's fine too. The NeighborhoodAndersonville is small enclave of the beautiful Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. It sits at the corner of Glover, Albany, Craftsbury and Greensboro. So we are close to many beautiful lakes: Lake Parker, Shadow Lake, Caspian Lake, and Crystal Lake a few min. away. Parker Pie is our local eatery and pub. And not too far away is Hillstead Farm Brewery. Pete's Greens organic vegetable stand farm is close by. Local Meet and Eegs are readily available as well. Getting AroundYou will definitely need a car when visiting. Other Things to NotePlease relax and have fun! A note for those with young children: The house is equip with (2) pack-n-plays (not full size cribs), (2) high chairs (1) double chariot stroller , (1) radio wagon and some toddler books and toys for your use! A note about Season Highlights! In Spring: March/April: We sugar and you are welcome to visit us at the sugarhouse. We can not predict exactly when sugaring will take place - but if you are lucky you might be able to join us. In Summer: Plenty of lakes for swimming, mts. for hiking, farm tours, county fairs, etc! In Fall: The foliage colors are amazing in Vermont! In Winter: We are not exactly on the VAST trails- but we are about 2 min. away from the access down the road. And cross country skiing is about 10 min. away / down hill skiing is 35/40 min. away
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    2br Home/Apartment
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    The SpaceEnjoy the lakefront yard of Little Hosmer Pond and stunning scenic views year round. Guest AccessMany active outdoor sports are available with nearby boating access and hiking trails in summer and autumn, groomed ski and snowshoe trails just steps away in winter. Interaction with GuestsSince we just live across the street, we can easily assist guests with any questions they may have. The NeighborhoodWelcome to Craftsbury, in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. A picturesque country town with rolling hills, white picket fences and family run farms. In winter, it's Cross-country skiing and snowmobiling, maple sugaring in the spring, Farmer's Markets and music concerts on the Common, and the traditional Old Home Day in August with games and a parade are highlights of the summer. In fall, our breathtaking foliage is a delight to the eye. Other Things to NoteRate includes 9% Vermont room tax. Pullout couch in living room folds out to a queen.
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    The SpaceWelcome to our home. When your heart desires a change of pace or a taste of country, The Northeast Kingdom offers a rural setting with scenic forest covered hills, farms, beautiful lakes, and four seasons. Outdoors there are big skies, peaceful country walks or bike the dirt roads. Come and explore the Northeast Kingdom. Tourist information and maps are available. We have just finished renovating the house so everything is fresh and new. There are three bedrooms to chose from - The Maple room (largest)with a Select Number Queen bed, The Birch room with a Queen bed and The Elm Room (smallest) with a FULL bed. SEE OUR GUIDEBOOK FOR ADDITIONAL LOCAL INFORMATION Guest AccessOur guests have access to the living room, dinning room, yard, gardens and surrounding woods. Interaction with GuestsMark grew up in West Glover and enjoys sharing local interests and can help plan your itinerary. Karen, schooled in culinary arts, will have tasty treats to take on your adventure. The NeighborhoodParker Pie (local pub,) 7 miles Bonneview Sheep Farm, 2 miles Hill Farmstead Brewery, 8.5 miles Shadow Lake, 3 miles Currier's Market, 10 miles Bread and Puppet museum, 10 miles Perennial Pleasures Nursery and Tea Garden, 14 miles Old Stone House, 18 miles Andersonville Maple, next door Getting AroundYou will definitely need a vehicle there is no public transportation. Other Things to NoteDepending on time of year we may have goats, lambs, chickens and pigs on the property. The two closest restaurants are Parker Pie, West Glover VT and Carriage House Cafe and Grill, Orleans VT. On the weekend nights, Parker usually has a 1 hour wait for pizza. Carriage House closes at 8:30pm. A hot breakfast is served between 8:30am-9:30am. Homemade baked goods, coffee and teas are always available.
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    The SpaceWelcome to our home. When your heart desires a change of pace or a taste of country, The Northeast Kingdom offers a rural setting with scenic forest covered hills, farms, beautiful lakes, and four seasons. Outdoors there are big skies, peaceful country walks or bike the dirt roads. Come and explore the Northeast Kingdom. Tourist information and maps are available. We have just finished renovating the house so everything is fresh and new. There are three bedrooms to chose from - The Maple room (largest) with a Select Number Queen bed, The Birch room with a Queen bed and The Elm Room (smallest) with a FULL bed. SEE OUR GUIDEBOOK FOR ADDITIONAL LOCAL INFORMATION Guest AccessOur guests have access to living room, dining room, yard, gardens and surrounding woods. Interaction with GuestsMark grew up in West Glover and enjoys sharing local interests and can help plan your itinerary. Karen, schooled in culinary arts, will have tasty treats to take on your adventure. The NeighborhoodParker Pie (local pub,) 7 miles Bonneview Sheep Farm, 2 miles Hill Farmstead Brewery, 8.5 miles Shadow Lake, 3 miles Currier's Market, 10 miles Bread and Puppet museum, 10 miles Perennial Pleasures Nursery and Tea Garden, 14 miles Old Stone House, 18 miles Andersonville Maple, next door Getting AroundYou will definitely need a vehicle there is no public transportation. Other Things to NoteDepending on time of year we may have goats, lambs, chickens and pigs on the property. The two closest restaurants are Parker Pie, West Glover VT and Carriage House Cafe and Grill, Orleans VT. On the weekend nights, Parker usually has a 1 hour wait for pizza. Carriage House closes at 8:30pm. A hot breakfast is served between 8:30am-9:30am. Homemade baked goods, coffee and teas are always available.
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    3br hotel
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    Situated in West Glover, this bed & breakfast is within 25 mi (40 km) of Orleans Country Club, Old Stone House Museum, and Great Vermont Corn Maze. Burke Mountain Ski Area and Haskell Free Library and Opera House are also within 32 mi (52 km).
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    4br Home/Apartment
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    Niché dans la vallée de la rivière Noire, au milieu des cent ans de pins et d'érables à sucre glorieux, vous trouverez calme et confort. Une Cape de Nouvelle-Angleterre construite en 1826, on abrite six générations de la famille Wilson. Une ferme chômée, il siège présentement sur roulement de pâturages, bordés par d'épaisses forêts verdoyantes et bien sûr, le ruisseau de Whetstone immaculé. Découvrez la magie de Craftsbury, Vermont. Nous sommes dans le fabuleux Royaume du nord-est du Vermont et de minutes depuis le centre de plein air Craftsbury (VTT, ski et godille), Sterling College et le siège du cirque Smirkus. Randonnée, promenade en barque sur le lac voisin de la mer Caspienne, faire du vélo, la pêche et des zones de baignade sont abondants. Égalité éloignée sont le Stowe, Jay, Smugglers' Notch et Burke aux domaines skiables dans les 45 minutes. Les terrains qui entourent la maison comprennent de grandes pelouses, jardins vivaces, arbres fruitiers et une terrasse qui surplombe le ruisseau de pierre à aiguiser (une grande retraite sur une chaude journée d'été). Venez découvrir un avant-goût du ciel.
    Farmhouse
    6br Farmhouse
      Have the Vermont retreat of a lifetime with this historic 6-bedroom, 5-bath ‘Craftsbury Farmhouse’, tucked away on 7 peaceful acres in the Black River Valley. You’ll absolutely adore the warmth and beauty of this old farmhouse, which boasts extensive renovations, modern amenities and accommodations for 12. A New England Cape-style home built in 1826, The Craftsbury Farmhouse has been in the Wilson family for seven generations. Tucked away on 7 acres of tranquil perennial gardens, rolling pastures and mowed walking trails, this historic farmhouse offers privacy, peace and relaxation to those who visit. Inside, the home features over 3,300 square feet extensively remodeled living space and welcoming country-inspired furnishings, making this the ideal lodging choice for multiple families or several couples traveling together. The plush living room couches invite you to kick back and relax, as you watch your favorite shows on the flat-screen HDTV or sing along as your companions play a diddy on the piano. The fully-equipped kitchen, with AGA stove centerpiece, is the perfect place to prepare tasty home cooked meals to enjoy with your loved ones in the spacious dining room. All 6 bedrooms are lovingly decorated, and offer incredible space and privacy for guests. You’ll absolutely love the 1,000 square foot Maple Suite Annex on the second floor, which has a private ensuite bathroom, entertainment area, a gorgeous wall mural by Jessie Upson and beautifully detailed wood art by the famous Hugo Mesa. After your meal, step outside the backdoor to relax in the stunning natural beauty of Vermont’s fabled Northeast Kingdom, watching as the bluebirds, hummingbirds, and cardinals flit from tree to tree. Soak your cares away in the 4-person hot tub, or kick back with your travel companions in the 16x16 screened-in porch, which offers stunning vistas of the rolling fields, glorious sugar maples and 100 year-old pines towering above peaceful perennial gardens. Fire up the gas grill to dine al fresco in this fully-furnished outdoor space, featuring a selection of patio furniture, couches, and benches. In your downtime, look forward to sipping a refreshing cold brew on the massive deck overlooking Whetstone Brook, soothing your sore muscles in the far-infrared sauna, or strolling along the water to catch a glimpse of the local wildlife known to frequent the area. Although the farmhouse offers everything necessary for the ultimate Northeastern escape, you won’t want to miss out on exploring the fantastic attractions surrounding the property! Just 2 minutes up the road you will find all the essentials stocked at The Craftsbury General Store and C Village Store, as well as the popular Pete’s Greens Organic Farm Stand - known for harvesting delicious organic vegetables and produce. Be sure to check out the olympic training facilities at The Craftsbury Outdoor Center, or spend the afternoon sampling tasty local microbrews and spirits at The Hill Farmstead Brewery and Caledonia Spirits. Outdoor enthusiasts will also love the farmhouse’s close proximity to Stowe, Jay Peak and Burke Mountain, which offer some of the best hiking, biking and skiing in the entire state! Additionally, you will find numerous pristine lakes located nearby with fantastic opportunities for swimming, kayaking, canoeing and fishing. Regardless of how you choose to spend your time in Vermont, the ‘Craftsbury Farmhouse’ will quickly become a place you wish to return to year after year. Key Residence Features: - Amenities include a fully equipped kitchen, 7 acres of perennial gardens and mowed walking trails, 4-person hot tub, expansive deck overlooking Whetstone Brook, 16x16 screened-in dining room, large private yard, wireless internet access, 3 person Far-infrared Sauna, handicap accessible walk in tub/shower, fire pit, gas grill, 2 flat-screen cable HD TVs with DirectTV, in-unit laundry machines and much more! - Beautiful, scenic Craftsbury location close to The Craftsbury Outdoor Center, Hill Farmstead Brewery, The Craftsbury General Store, Positive Pie Restaurant, Pete’s Greens Organic Farm, Caledonia Spirits, Stowe, Jay Peak and Burke Mountain. Bedroom Configuration: - Master Bedroom (Apple Blossom Room): Queen-sized Bed - Bedroom 2 (Front Room): Queen-sized Bed - Bedroom 3 (Antiquity Room): 2 Twin-sized Beds - Bedroom 4 (Laura Ashley Room): Queen-sized Bed - Bedroom 5 (Bramble Room): Queen-sized Bed - Bedroom 6 (Maple Suite): Queen-sized Bed Policies: - No smoking - No pets allowed. If evidence of pets are found anywhere on the property, a post-stay fee will be charged. We appreciate your cooperation - Must be at least 25 years old to book - Events, parties and large gatherings allowed with an additional fee, pending homeowner approval. Please reach out to Evolve for further information - Additional fees and taxes may apply  
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      Chandler House provides an ideal retreat for families and friends looking to experience the quintessential Vermont experience. The house is set up as your own 'Private Inn,' featuring four bedrooms and four and one half baths in addition new country kitchen and dining space, as well as a comfortable living room. The house is located in postcard-perfect Craftsbury Common, one of the Northeast Kingdom's most photographed villages. The town served, for example, as Alfred Hitchcock's stage set for 'The Trouble with Harry.' Chandler House, in fact, makes several appearances in the film, including the moment when 'Hitch' makes his signature, on-screen cameo. The Town, founded in 1789, sits atop a plateau surrounded by forest and farmland. Federalist architecture, white clapboard, and the classic church steeple encircle the ideal village green. The town is additionally home to Sterling College, a celebrated four-year institution specializing in environmental education. The Common itself is a hive of activity, farmers markets, summer concerts, soccer camps and town parades. Local artisans abound. Craftsbury Common is sleepy and sophisticated at the same time. Craftsbury's sits as the southwest gateway to Vermont's Northeast Kindom, an area noted for its abundant wildlife and breathtaking scenery. Warm days and cool nights characterize the area’s summer season. Fall foliage is spectacular throughout the region, and is considered the best in the State. During the wintertime and located within a snow belt, Craftsbury's visuals are those of a Robert Frost poem. Native photographer, John M. Miller, captured the land and its people in his work, whereas the writer, Howard Frank Mosher, has underscored the unique essence of the area in his famous novels 'The Fall of the Year' and 'Where the River Runs North' Outdoor activities abound in Craftsbury and the region. Hiking, mountain biking, swimming, golf and downhill skiing are all close-by. Adjacent Greensboro is home to Caspian Lake, which is surrounded by summer cottages and estates. The hiking and biking trails around fjord-like Lake Willoughby are spectacular. The Craftsbury Outdoor Center encompasses two smaller lakes in the area, Great and Little Hosmer. The Center offers sculling camps in the summer and some of the most extensive and best-regarded cross-country trail systems in the State. The annual Winter Marathon attracts upwards of 1500 athletes each January who compete and take in the area’s well known hospitality. According to one participant, the terrain has '...a delightful mix of vistas –snow laden balsam firs, silver-gray or red barns, expanses of farm fields, frozen lakes and beaver ponds, white birches against sometimes blue skies, and small beech trees still clinging to their dry golden leaves.” Keywords: Country House, Federalist Architecture, Village Setting, Family, Friends
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      This one bedroom waterfront guest cabin is located on Great Hosmer Pond in the beautiful town of Craftsbury Common, Vermont. The cabin has access to the cross country ski trails of the Craftsbury Outdoor Center. Swimming dock on property with access to a canoe. The cabin is made of double tongue and grooved red western cedar. The cabin is available year round except for 'mud season'. Keywords: Cabin
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      2br Home/Apartment
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      Loonsong House is a waterfront vacation home located in picturesque Craftsbury Common, in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom. It offers a quiet, comfortable getaway for one to six people. It has two bedrooms, one queen and one full bed with one bathroom. The sun-filled living room with queen sleeper sofa has scenic views north and south. The open eat-in kitchen is fully equipped and convenient. The back pondview sunporch features rocking chairs and daybed for tranquil pleasure. Majestic Maple trees in front and the large waterfront backyard with lush flower gardens are perfect spaces for nature viewing fun and settling in for a relaxing read.
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      1br Cottage
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      Sunset Cottage has been described by people who have visited as quaint, cozy, romantic, bright, peaceful, relaxing. There is one bedroom downstairs and additional sleeping in the loft area. This fully furnished cottage has lots of light with 2 picture windows on the first floor and one on the second facing South and West with great views of the open fields, trees and the Green Mountains. The cottage has a cathedral ceiling with a large loft area that is a TV/Sitting area and can be used as a sleeping area. There is a Vermont Castings gas stove which heats the cottage with additional heat in the bathroom, which has a tub/shower and washer/dryer. Downstairs also is the living room/ kitchen area. The kitchen is complete with a full size refrigerator, gas stove with oven, microwave, coffee pot, etc. Linens are provided. Nearby are country stores, fine dining, churches, libraries, post office, groceries, beverages. etc. Summer Sports: Craftsbury Outdoor Center provides bike rentals. Also the cross country ski trails are used for biking trails. The Center also provides professional sculling lakes and instructions. Snow Mobile: We are located by the trail! Park your trailor and you can ride from Sunset Cottage.
      Farmhouse
      4br Farmhouse
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      Located in Vermont's beautiful Northeast Kingdom, our circa 1850 farmhouse is an oasis of hand-hewn charm and modern comfort high above the noise and worries of everyday life. Except for a nearby sugar house, we're the only place on a secluded dirt road and are surrounded by over 21 acres of fields & forest, peace & quiet (the nearest neighbor is over 1/2 mile away). However, the road is maintained year-round and the farmstead is only 1.2 miles from Vermont Route 14-- giving easy access to all the Northeast Kingdom has to offer. The Wells Farmstead is truly a four-season paradise. Spring brings maple syrup from the sugar house just out back, along with apple blossoms and lilac festivals. In summertime, there are nearby lakes for recreation, sculling in Craftsbury, trails for hiking, farmer's markets in nearby villages and hunting for antiques. The fall is ripe with gorgeous colors, apples and wood smoke during crisp evenings. In winter, the Craftsbury Nordic Center offers renowned cross country trails, while downhill skiers will find Stowe, Smuggler's Notch, Jay Peak, Burke, Sugarbush or Mad River Glen from 45 to 90 minutes from the farm! If you are interested in food and craft brewing, you'll find Hill Farmstead Brewery, Jasper Hill Farm, Pete's Greens and Hardwick ('the town that food saved') just minutes away. For rest, relaxation, and rejuvenation, no matter the season, come home to Wells Farmstead in Craftsbury, Vermont!
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      Excellent
      9 reviews
      4br Home/Apartment
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      The SpaceWe are located only 3 miles from the Craftsbury Outdoor Center with awesome cross country skiing, mountain biking trails, sculling and events.  There is a direct connection to the VAST snowmobile trails. This area is know for its picturesque rural setting and yet it is close to so many great ski mountains and tourist destinations...Jay Peak, Stowe, Burke Mtn, Ben and Jerry's, Cabot Cheese, Hill Farmstead Brewery, Sterling College and many more. Guest AccessYou will have full run of the house. There are a number of outbuildings on the property. Feel free to poke around. Interaction with GuestsWe are almost always available by email and the owner lives close by. We are the son and daughter-in-law of the owner. Please contact us any time with questions or comments. The NeighborhoodThe house is located on a dead end road with only 1 year round residence. It is very quiet and private. This home is located on 65 acres of private field and woodland. Please enjoy the many trails in the woods and a wonderful sledding hill. There are lots of trails to wander and enjoy. Getting AroundThere is no public transit. Roads are well maintained. The house is on a dirt road about 4 miles from pavement. Other Things to NoteThere is a house phone for local calls. There is NO cell service in the house. There are two woodstoves and a fireplace. They are available for your use and enjoyment while you are present in the home but are not essential. There is a central boiler with thermostats throughout the house that you can adjust to your liking. If you would like to burn wood we can 'fill the woodbox' for an additional fee of $25 or you may supply your own. Please let us know either way if you plan on using the stoves. It is quite important that you are familiar with the use of woodstoves prior to lighting either of the stoves or fireplace. We would be happy to stop by and familiarize you with them.
      Farmhouse
      6br Farmhouse
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      Have the Vermont retreat of a lifetime with this historic 6-bedroom, 5-bath ‘Craftsbury Farmhouse’, tucked away on 7 peaceful acres in the Black River Valley. You’ll absolutely adore the warmth and beauty of this old farmhouse, which boasts extensive renovations, modern amenities and accommodations for 12. A New England Cape-style home built in 1826, The Craftsbury Farmhouse has been in the Wilson family for seven generations. Tucked away on 7 acres of tranquil perennial gardens, rolling pastures and mowed walking trails, this historic farmhouse offers privacy, peace and relaxation to those who visit. Inside, the home features over 3,300 square feet extensively remodeled living space and welcoming country-inspired furnishings, making this the ideal lodging choice for multiple families or several couples traveling together. The plush living room couches invite you to kick back and relax, as you watch your favorite shows on the flat-screen HDTV or sing along as your companions play a diddy on the piano. The fully-equipped kitchen, with AGA stove centerpiece, is the perfect place to prepare tasty home cooked meals to enjoy with your loved ones in the spacious dining room. All 6 bedrooms are lovingly decorated, and offer incredible space and privacy for guests. You’ll absolutely love the 1,000 square foot Maple Suite Annex on the second floor, which has a private ensuite bathroom, entertainment area, a gorgeous wall mural by Jessie Upson and beautifully detailed wood art by the famous Hugo Mesa. After your meal, step outside the backdoor to relax in the stunning natural beauty of Vermont’s fabled Northeast Kingdom, watching as the bluebirds, hummingbirds, and cardinals flit from tree to tree. Soak your cares away in the 4-person hot tub, or kick back with your travel companions in the 16x16 screened-in porch, which offers stunning vistas of the rolling fields, glorious sugar maples and 100 year-old pines towering above peaceful perennial gardens. Fire up the gas grill to dine al fresco in this fully-furnished outdoor space, featuring a selection of patio furniture, couches, and benches. In your downtime, look forward to sipping a refreshing cold brew on the massive deck overlooking Whetstone Brook, soothing your sore muscles in the far-infrared sauna, or strolling along the water to catch a glimpse of the local wildlife known to frequent the area. Although the farmhouse offers everything necessary for the ultimate Northeastern escape, you won’t want to miss out on exploring the fantastic attractions surrounding the property! Just 2 minutes up the road you will find all the essentials stocked at The Craftsbury General Store and C Village Store, as well as the popular Pete’s Greens Organic Farm Stand - known for harvesting delicious organic vegetables and produce. Be sure to check out the olympic training facilities at The Craftsbury Outdoor Center, or spend the afternoon sampling tasty local microbrews and spirits at The Hill Farmstead Brewery and Caledonia Spirits. Outdoor enthusiasts will also love the farmhouse’s close proximity to Stowe, Jay Peak and Burke Mountain, which offer some of the best hiking, biking and skiing in the entire state! Additionally, you will find numerous pristine lakes located nearby with fantastic opportunities for swimming, kayaking, canoeing and fishing. Regardless of how you choose to spend your time in Vermont, the ‘Craftsbury Farmhouse’ will quickly become a place you wish to return to year after year. Key Residence Features: - Amenities include a fully equipped kitchen, 7 acres of perennial gardens and mowed walking trails, 4-person hot tub, expansive deck overlooking Whetstone Brook, 16x16 screened-in dining room, large private yard, wireless internet access, 3 person Far-infrared Sauna, handicap accessible walk in tub/shower, fire pit, gas grill, 2 flat-screen cable HD TVs with DirectTV, in-unit laundry machines and much more! - Beautiful, scenic Craftsbury location close to The Craftsbury Outdoor Center, Hill Farmstead Brewery, The Craftsbury General Store, Positive Pie Restaurant, Pete’s Greens Organic Farm, Caledonia Spirits, Stowe, Jay Peak and Burke Mountain. Bedroom Configuration: - Master Bedroom (Apple Blossom Room): Queen-sized Bed - Bedroom 2 (Front Room): Queen-sized Bed - Bedroom 3 (Antiquity Room): 2 Twin-sized Beds - Bedroom 4 (Laura Ashley Room): Queen-sized Bed - Bedroom 5 (Bramble Room): Queen-sized Bed - Bedroom 6 (Maple Suite): Queen-sized Bed Policies: - No smoking - No pets allowed. If evidence of pets are found anywhere on the property, a post-stay fee will be charged. We appreciate your cooperation - Must be at least 25 years old to book - Events, parties and large gatherings allowed with an additional fee, pending homeowner approval. Please reach out to Evolve for further information - Additional fees and taxes may apply
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      Please read our listing completely before requesting a booking! Classic summer cabin on lakeside road available Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day, by week or longer. Boasts great lake views, screen porch, bird watching, dock, deck and more. Easy access to Craftsbury Outdoor Center, Jeudevine event center, Sterling College, Caspian, etc. Can sleep 6 total (although 6 adults is very tight): Queen-size bed in loft at top of spiral stairs, two full-size bed private sleeping cubicles down. Fully equipped kitchen and newly updated bath featuring 2-person tub. Boating, fishing, biking, hiking, skiing, bird watching; local brew and food spots in all directions. Whether you want to get really active or really chill, this is the place. Please note we are on a road - see pictures. Some love the easy access and don't mind the vehicles; if it will bother you please consider whether this is for you. For the more adventurous: ask about wilderness activity rights on our 260 acres up the road: bears, beavers, berries, apples, trout stream and more!
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      Sunset Cottage has been described by people who have visited as quaint, cozy, romantic, bright, peaceful, relaxing. There is one bedroom downstairs and additional sleeping in the loft area. This fully furnished cottage has lots of light with 2 picture windows on the first floor and one on the second facing South and West with great views of the open fields, trees and the Green Mountains. The cottage has a cathedral ceiling with a large loft area that is a TV/Sitting area and can be used as a sleeping area. There is a Vermont Castings gas stove which heats the cottage with additional heat in the bathroom, which has a tub/shower and washer/dryer. Downstairs also is the living room/ kitchen area. The kitchen is complete with a full size refrigerator, gas stove with oven, microwave, coffee pot, etc. Linens are provided. Nearby are country stores, fine dining, churches, libraries, post office, groceries, beverages. etc. Summer Sports: Craftsbury Outdoor Center provides bike rentals. Also the cross country ski trails are used for biking trails. The Center also provides professional sculling lakes and instructions. Snow Mobile: We are located by the trail! Park your trailor and you can ride from Sunset Cottage.
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      The SpaceA New England Cape-style home built in 1826, The Craftsbury Farmhouse has been in the Wilson family for seven generations. Tucked away on 7 acres of tranquil perennial gardens, rolling pastures and mowed walking trails, this historic farmhouse offers privacy, peace and relaxation to those who visit. Inside, the home features over 3,300 square feet extensively remodeled living space and welcoming country-inspired furnishings, making this the ideal lodging choice for multiple families or several couples traveling together. The plush living room couches invite you to kick back and relax, as you watch your favorite shows on the flat-screen HDTV or sing along as your companions play a diddy on the piano. The fully-equipped kitchen, with AGA stove centerpiece, is the perfect place to prepare tasty home cooked meals to enjoy with your loved ones in the spacious dining room. All 6 bedrooms are lovingly decorated, and offer incredible space and privacy for guests. You’ll absolutely love the 1,000 square foot Maple Suite Annex on the second floor, which has a private ensuite bathroom, entertainment area, a gorgeous wall mural by Jessie Upson and beautifully detailed wood art by the famous Hugo Mesa. After your meal, step outside the backdoor to relax in the stunning natural beauty of Vermont’s fabled Northeast Kingdom, watching as the bluebirds, hummingbirds, and cardinals flit from tree to tree. Soak your cares away in the 4-person hot tub, or kick back with your travel companions in the 16x16 screened-in porch, which offers stunning vistas of the rolling fields, glorious sugar maples and 100 year-old pines towering above peaceful perennial gardens. Fire up the gas grill to dine al fresco in this fully-furnished outdoor space, featuring a selection of patio furniture, couches, and benches. In your downtime, look forward to sipping a refreshing cold brew on the massive deck overlooking Whetstone Brook, soothing your sore muscles in the far-infrared sauna, or strolling along the water to catch a glimpse of the local wildlife known to frequent the area. Interaction with GuestsEvolve Vacation Rental Network is on a mission to make vacation rental easy for travelers. Every property in our network has been vetted and verified so you can book with confidence. If you have questions prior to your trip, we are happy to assist you 7 days a week. During your stay, your local contact will be available 24/7 to help with any issues that may arise. The NeighborhoodAlthough the farmhouse offers everything necessary for the ultimate Northeastern escape, you won’t want to miss out on exploring the fantastic attractions surrounding the property! Just 2 minutes up the road you will find all the essentials stocked at The Craftsbury General Store and C Village Store, as well as the popular Pete’s Greens Organic Farm Stand - known for harvesting delicious organic vegetables and produce. Be sure to check out the olympic training facilities at The Craftsbury Outdoor Center, or spend the afternoon sampling tasty local microbrews and spirits at The Hill Farmstead Brewery and Caledonia Spirits. Outdoor enthusiasts will also love the farmhouse’s close proximity to Stowe, Jay Peak and Burke Mountain, which offer some of the best hiking, biking and skiing in the entire state! Additionally, you will find numerous pristine lakes located nearby with fantastic opportunities for swimming, kayaking, canoeing and fishing. Regardless of how you choose to spend your time in Vermont, the ‘Craftsbury Farmhouse’ will quickly become a place you wish to return to year after year. Other Things to NoteKey Residence Features: - Amenities include a fully equipped kitchen, 7 acres of perennial gardens and mowed walking trails, 4-person hot tub, expansive deck overlooking Whetstone Brook, 16x16 screened-in dining room, large private yard, wireless internet access, 3 person Far-infrared Sauna, handicap accessible walk in tub/shower, fire pit, gas grill, 2 flat-screen cable HD TVs with DirectTV, in-unit laundry machines and much more! - Beautiful, scenic Craftsbury location close to The Craftsbury Outdoor Center, Hill Farmstead Brewery, The Craftsbury General Store, Positive Pie Restaurant, Pete’s Greens Organic Farm, Caledonia Spirits, Stowe, Jay Peak and Burke Mountain. Bedroom Configuration: - Master Bedroom (Apple Blossom Room): Queen-sized Bed - Bedroom 2 (Front Room): Queen-sized Bed - Bedroom 3 (Antiquity Room): 2 Twin-sized Beds - Bedroom 4 (Laura Ashley Room): Queen-sized Bed - Bedroom 5 (Bramble Room): Queen-sized Bed - Bedroom 6 (Maple Suite): Queen-sized Bed
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      The SpaceLocated in Vermont's beautiful Northeast Kingdom, our circa 1850 farmhouse is an oasis of hand-hewn charm and modern comfort high above the noise and worries of everyday life. Except for a nearby sugar house, we're the only place on a secluded dirt road and are surrounded by over 21 acres of fields & forest, peace & quiet (the nearest neighbor is over 1/2 mile away). However, the road is maintained year-round and the farmstead is only 1.2 miles from Vermont Route 14 - giving easy access to all the Northeast Kingdom has to offer. The Wells Farmstead is truly a four-season paradise. Spring brings maple syrup from the sugar house just out back, along with apple blossoms and lilac festivals. In summertime, there are nearby lakes for recreation, sculling in Craftsbury, trails for hiking, farmer's markets in nearby villages and hunting for antiques. The fall is ripe with gorgeous colors, apples and wood smoke during crisp evenings. In winter, the Craftsbury Nordic Center offers renowned cross country trails, while downhill skiers will find Stowe, Smuggler's Notch, Jay Peak, Burke, Sugarbush or Mad River Glen all from 45 to 90 minutes from the farm! If you are interested in food and craft brewing, you'll find Hill Farmstead Brewery, Jasper Hill Farm, Pete's Greens and Hardwick ('the town that food saved') just minutes away. For rest, relaxation and rejuvenation, no matter the season, come home to Wells Farmstead in Craftsbury, Vermont. Guest AccessThe entire farmstead will be yours to enjoy. The house has two separate living rooms, one upstairs and one downstairs. The eat-in kitchen has a gas stove (the vintage wood cook stove is decorative and makes a great "buffet" for serving). Interaction with GuestsHeather, the owner's sister, lives nearby and is available at her office at Stowe Red Barn Realty during business hours ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) and by phone, text or email after business hours.
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      The SpaceMy recently renovated 1860′s farmhouse is a mile north of Craftsbury Common and halfway between Sterling College and the Craftsbury Outdoor Center. Little Hosmer Pond, home to a pair of nesting loons, is across the road. There are two bedrooms for a capacity of four people. Each bedroom is listed separately on Airbnb. We offer a home cooked breakfast around a big table. Or, if you’re in a hurry to ski, bike or go for a run, you can have the best cup of coffee or tea in Craftsbury and toast and juice in the kitchen. The house has wi-fi throughout and plenty of books. Guest AccessGuests have access to the living room, dining room, kitchen (limited). terrace, garden and orchard. The NeighborhoodCraftsbury is a small rural town with a lot going on. An amazing farm to table food movement has sprung up in the past five years, centering around Pete’s Greens, Jasper Hill Farm, High Mowing Organic Seeds and Vermont Soy. Many smaller farms produce sheep milk cheese, organic cows milk, and grass fed beef. Most farms welcome visitors, as do craft breweries and distilleries. Dining options: Positive Pie in Hardwick, 10 Railroad Street, and Lost Nation Brewing in Morrisville and Parker Pie in West Glover. You can eat dinner at the Outdoor Center if you book in advance. The Craftsbury Historic General Store sells a wide variety of sandwiches, salads, pizza, cheese, wine, local beer, and prepared foods for lunch and supper. You’re welcome to bring them back here to eat. Getting AroundCraftsbury is a rural area: there's no cell phone coverage so your GPS may not work.
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      The SpaceMy recently renovated 1860′s farmhouse is a mile north of Craftsbury Common and halfway between Sterling College and the Craftsbury Outdoor Center. Little Hosmer Pond, home to a pair of nesting loons, is across the road. There are two bedrooms for a capacity of four people. Each bedroom is listed separately on Airbnb. The double beds have foot boards so if you're over 6' tall and like to stretch out you may be more comfortable in the queen bed room (platform bed). We offer a home cooked breakfast around a big table. Or, if you’re in a hurry to ski, bike or go for a run, you can have the best cup of coffee or tea in Craftsbury and toast and juice in the kitchen. The house has wi-fi throughout and plenty of books. Guest AccessGuests have access to the living room, dining room, kitchen (limited). terrace, garden and orchard. The NeighborhoodCraftsbury is a small rural town with a lot going on. An amazing farm to table food movement has sprung up in the past five years, centering around Pete’s Greens, Jasper Hill Farm, High Mowing Organic Seeds and Vermont Soy. Many smaller farms produce sheep milk cheese, organic cows milk, and grass fed beef. Most farms welcome visitors, as do craft breweries and distilleries. Dining options: Positive Pie in Hardwick, 10 Railroad Street, and Lost Nation Brewing in Morrisville and Parker Pie in West Glover. You can eat dinner at the Outdoor Center if you book in advance. The Craftsbury Historic General Store sells a wide variety of sandwiches, salads, pizza, cheese, wine, local beer, and prepared foods for lunch and supper. You’re welcome to bring them back here to eat. Getting AroundCraftsbury is a rural area: there's no cell phone coverage so your GPS may not work.