The Space4 night minimum stay: $300 for house, $200 more for finished barn--900SqFt
Nestled in a private valley, this hundred-acre property is crisscrossed with trails, a quiet, beautifully situated antique cape and fully renovated barn overlooking idyllic Vermont meadow, swimming ponds, hills & creek awaits your discovery. Property abuts the world famous Jenne Farm, located twenty minutes south of Woodstock Village. Watch the sun set on the private pond and hillside dotted with birch and all manner of wildlife. A birdwatcher's or mountain biking paradise.
Activities include foliage, antiquing, restaurants, hiking, theater, equestrian (GMHA), fishing, mountain biking, hand gliding, balloon rides and local highlights like Simon Pearce, Harpoon Brewery, Billings Farm, Town of Woodstock and Dartmouth University in Hanover, NH. Guest AccessGuests will have access to entire house, pond and extensive trails. The finished barn, which sleeps 4, can be rented in addition to the main house. The recently renovated barn includes finished family room with foosball table, bedroom and bath. Interaction with GuestsGuests will have complete privacy after being checked into house. They can pick up the house key from the property manager at a Keepers Cafe, a restaurant (one mile away). Keepers is a great place to grab dinner (take out or eat in). See (URL HIDDEN) The NeighborhoodA true escape from city life: open meadows, trails, and ponds on the property.
Vermont attractions close by: Simon Pierce, Covered Bridges, The Prince and the Pauper, Keepers' Cafe, The Skunk Hollow Tavern, The Kedron Valley Inn, The Woodstock Inn, The Billings Farm, F.H. Gillingham & Sons, Woodstock Farmers' Market, Shackleton Thomas, Market on the Green, Bookstock Literary Festival, Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park, Quechee Gorge State Park, Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site, Long Trail Brewing Company, Annual Wassail Weekend, Killington, Okemo, Suicide Six, Pico.
Opportunities for hiking, biking, skiing and swimming abound!
Getting AroundCar is needed. In the winter, a 4-wheel drive is very helpful to navigate the hills in to the house. Other Things to NoteHorse or biking trails start at the front door. This property is connected to the GMHA trail system.
X-country skiing trails in the winter are great and the location (alpine valley) usually has more snow than Killington at mid mountain.
Wood burning stove, grill on the deck. Foosball table and record player/stereo in the barn.