Randolph Center, VT, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Randolph Center

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The SpaceFarm home, dirt road and trails through miles of woods, near interstate. Our family operates a solar-powered maple sugarhouse. Families with children can be accommodated, with fold-up cots. Guest AccessShared bathroom. Feel free to walk and enjoy the views. Interaction with GuestsWe give tours of our sugarhouse.
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The SpaceWe have a large queen guest suite with microwave, refrigerator and private bath and two twin rooms with shared bath. We have a large dining room , country kitchen. Light breakfast is included and dinner can be provided! We have internet. Price of the Suite is $125.00. The Twin rooms are $100.00. For large family or group pricing is negotiable Guest AccessOur home is large with private spaces to relax. We have two patios, a private pond to swim or skate on and wooded areas to walk. Interaction with GuestsWe love to socialize with guests but respect their privacy! The NeighborhoodWe are a close walking distance to Vermont Technical College. We live on a private drive, Penny Brook, off Silloway Road. We have no traffic but we have views! Getting AroundNo public transportation.
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The SpaceI live here in the house full time. There are 3 bedrooms available ~ Rent one room for $85/night with an additional $15 fee for each additional person in a room. Traveling with a larger party? Get a 'party price' and rent two rooms @ $150/night, add the third room (not a conventional bed) for $225. Price includes continental breakfast. Surrounded by woods, private yet convenient to I-89; quaint downtown, which includes Chandler Center for the Arts; local college (VTC); and Gifford Medical Center. Inside the house, your eyes will feast on soulfully eclectic decor. Luxuriate in the claw-foot tub in the bathroom shared by two upper-level guest rooms (showering in only the downstairs bedroom shared by the household). Step outside onto the extensive deck overlooking Adams Brook or meditate in the Zen garden. Take a hike into the peaceful fields for a panoramic sunset view, snowshoe along the brook, or even take in the stars around a campfire with your host. Breathe in the beauty surrounding this one-of-a-kind home. Guest AccessWith a few exceptions, and great respect, you're welcome to make yourself comfortable throughout the house and grounds. The deck is expansive and LOVELY on warm spring, summer and fall days! There is high-speed wireless internet and a house phone. The house lends itself to small groups and would be perfect for a small family reunion, or members of a wedding party. Interaction with GuestsMeet two of the friendliest cats on the planet: Milo & Indy. I hope you're not allergic! I am also a friendly sort, and enjoy good company, walks, snowshoes, or a x-country ski (I have a few extra pairs around of both the fore-mentioned), a campfire, or just a cup of tea or wine and some conversation with you as our time and your preference allows. Just an FYI, I have also been a Reiki practitioner and teacher since 2015. The house is loaded with good energy! Spiritually orientated classes, or weekend-long healing get-a-ways, could be possible with enough advance notice. The NeighborhoodA long driveway leads to this slice of heaven where you can enjoy the overall quiet of the place, surrounded by the majesty of nature. Wildlife abounds! Might spy or hear deer, hawks, great blue heron, fox & turkeys out the floor-to-ceiling living room windows. As your host, I know many of the 'local characters' and will be happy to introduce you if you want to meet some friendly human wildlife. Getting AroundPublic transport is very limited - plan on using your own vehicle. There is great biking around the local countryside, including some nearby trails. I have a few maps around for your use. Other Things to NoteThere is other house space available if need be, that can be transformed to fit another one or two people to accommodate your larger party.
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The SpacePerfect space for a large family. This 1836 renovated home was once a one room schoolhouse that served the area and has been in our family for 50 years. Living area is approximately 23 x 30 with a spacious winterized porch are full of light and large table perfect for dining for 8 or more. The first floor is really spacious with a huge brick fireplace that is in the center if the room. We also love the porch at night with candles and board games as well sun drenched meals. The house is full of well organized books and magazines of genres and many generations. There is a kids corner as well. The fire pit makes for long languorous evenings of storytelling over a glass of wine. The upstairs was once a single room with a barrel ceiling and teachers climbed a ladder through a portal in the ceiling. Now it is has 4 bedrooms and a half bath with dormers and skylights. It is a unique house and has been written about in publications by the local historical society. The original blackboard remains a part of the living room. Guest AccessFull access and lots of books and magazines to read, satellite tv, board games as well as a small DVD collection. Washer dryer access as well. Charcoal grill, firepit, wood burning fireplace are all there for you to use. Lots of wood and kindling but bring your own charcoal. Interaction with GuestsClaire Porter is our property manager nearby and can take care of any problems or answer your questions. ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) The NeighborhoodWe love the views heading down Hebard Hill Road and the dirt roads. Also love being so close to The town of Randolph, Silver Lake in Barnard and the charming pond and bridge in Brookfield. Across the bridge in Brookfield you can take the back roads to visit Aliss State Park which has a fire tower that offers a wonderful view and covered picnic areas. Great central location for visiting lots of places in Vermont. Love the afternoon sighting of cows, the babbling brook after the rain and the amazing starlit skies at night. Also the fact that you are hidden away in the glen. Getting AroundYou will need a car to reach this home and AWD for snow and ice. Other Things to NoteHD TV and Satellite Dish Network. Good cell phone service. There is currently NO Wi-Fi service. We use our personal Verizon phone hot spots for Wi-Fi although optic fiber cable being installed in the area and internet service may be available in summer 2016. If you would like us to stock the fridge with specific items before your arrival please let us know.
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The SpaceThe Cabin has large windows, providing a bright space filled with natural light and long-range views to the east. Sliding glass doors open to a small, private patio with views to the south and the western woodland. Heat is partially provided through a solar array and oil/wood-fired furnace in the main house which circulate a radiant heat to the Cabin. The floor plan is open with a small dividing wall from the kitchen to the main room. The bathroom is contained and private. Guest AccessThe inside space of the Cabin, it's porch and back yard area are entirely available for the private use of Guests. Guests are welcome to walk, ski and explore the orchard and fields on the property by permission of the Host. Access to neighbor's property is by permission. The Main House, garage and back deck are exclusively the private space of the host. Interaction with GuestsRobin enjoys welcoming and orienting Guests in person. Maps, directions, event schedules and assistance are offered to all Guests, and for those with an interest in Traditional Music and Dance - Robin enjoys hosting, teaching, and sharing music and dance traditions with other musicians and music-lovers. She also enjoys accompanying guests on their outings and adventures, sharing meals, story-telling, campfires and nature activities with travelers when her schedule allows. The NeighborhoodNew Acadia is set on 11 acres of open farmland surrounded by large fields of pastoral scenery dotted with dairy cows, horses and the changing colors of seasons. The nearest neighbor is a quarter mile away. Big skies provide daily entertainment. We have our own young Orchard. Neighborly Farms borders our land, and there are miles of walking trails through hard and softwood forests and dirt roads that offer pathways for outdoor or driving enjoyment. Skiers and snowshoe enthusiasts, mountain bikers and hikers will enjoy exploring and trail-breaking the area. Groomed ski trails and State forests offer easy access just a few miles away. Several other neighboring organic farmers produce and sell their products through the Brookfield Farmer's Market Partnership, local businesses and restaurants. Randolph is the geographic center and heart of Vermont where visitors can still enjoy light traffic, premier cultural arts events, and true serenity for a peaceful, quiet, and beautiful home-stay. A "Communities of Distinction" video was made in 2016 highlighting characteristics that make Randolph's unique features: (URL HIDDEN) Getting AroundThe Cabin is located just 4 miles from I-89. The Amtrak train stops in Randolph twice/day, and transportation is available to the Cabin. A variety of backroads, both paved and unpaved surround us from all directions. Four-wheel drive vehicles are recommended in spring and winter, but the roads are well maintained and the owner drives a Prius. It is recommended to contact me regarding local road conditions on the day of travel. Other Things to NoteRobin is a Healing Arts professional, offering an array of services to Guests at an additional fee. House Concerts, music jams, and backyard picnics are common activities that Guests are welcome to join in. The Vermont Technical College Library, Student Center and Shape (pool & fitness center) are accessible for Guests, and located just 4 miles away. A Community Organizer, Robin can also assist with information for Event Booking and Planning to her Guests at nearby facilities and venues.
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    Sun-drenched house raises spirits any time of year. A peaceful retreat center in the Green Mountains for small groups, family or friends, a hub for a ski crowd, or a stretch-out place for couples. Or get married! We have the best JP around! Other special events? This is a perfect way to get together, and away, at the same time. How often does that happen? A fabulous en-route stopover for road trips north to Montreal, south to cities, over to Maine. It's super convenient to I-89. You might like it so much you want to stay a while! Did someone say ski? Try Sugarbush (35 minutes over to Warren VT), Killington, Stowe, or Pico. X-country? That's right from the door! Full trail system provides miles of exploring. Did I hear snuggle? Let them out + you can stay in, mull it all over. Access to indoor exercise facilities, Olympic pool, or yoga + meditation practice just a house-call away.
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      Sun-drenched house raises spirits any time of year. A peaceful retreat center in the Green Mountains for small groups, family or friends, a hub for a ski crowd, or a stretch-out place for couples. Or get married! We have the best JP around! Other special events? This is a perfect way to get together, and away, at the same time. How often does that happen? A fabulous en-route stopover for road trips north to Montreal, south to cities, over to Maine. It's super convenient to I-89. You might like it so much you want to stay a while! Did someone say ski? Try Sugarbush (35 minutes over to Warren VT), Killington, Stowe, or Pico. X-country? That's right from the door! Full trail system provides miles of exploring. Did I hear snuggle? Let them out + you can stay in, mull it all over. Access to indoor exercise facilities, Olympic pool, or yoga + meditation practice just a house-call away.