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Killington Area Waterfront Cottage Rentals(15)

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5 - 7 night minimum stay
  • 3 BR,
  • 1 BA,
  • Sleeps 6
    2 Reviews
    7 night minimum stay
    • 1 BR,
    • 1 BA,
    • Sleeps 2
      1 Review
      2 - 7 night minimum stay
      • 3 BR,
      • 1 BA,
      • Sleeps 6
        (8)
        7 night minimum stay
        • 2 BR,
        • 1 BA,
        • Sleeps 5
          2 - 7 night minimum stay
          • 3 BR,
          • 2 BA,
          • Sleeps 10
            1 Review
            $910
            per week
            7 night minimum stay
            • 3 BR,
            • 1 BA,
            • Sleeps 8
              (4)
              7 night minimum stay
              • 3 BR,
              • 1 BA,
              • Sleeps 4
                2 - 7 night minimum stay
                • 2 BR,
                • 1 BA,
                • Sleeps 6
                  2 night minimum stay
                  • 3 BR,
                  • 1 BA,
                  • Sleeps 6
                    2 night minimum stay
                    • 3 BR,
                    • 1 BA,
                    • Sleeps 8
                      (7)
                      • 2 BR,
                      • 1 BA,
                      • Sleeps 6
                        • 2 BR,
                        • 1 BA,
                        • Sleeps 4
                          (6)
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                          2 night minimum stay
                          • 2 BR,
                          • 1 BA,
                          • Sleeps 6
                            2 Reviews
                            $150 - $257
                            per night
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                            3 - 7 night minimum stay
                            • 3 BR,
                            • 1 BA,
                            • Sleeps 7
                              2 Reviews
                              3 - 7 night minimum stay
                              • 5 BR,
                              • 2 BA,
                              • Sleeps 14
                                 

                                Recent Killington Area Reviews

                                This place is great

                                5 of 5
                                This home is wonderful. Very unassuming and yet perfect for a week away from it all. The cool lake breezes and night air made this a perfect spot for our week of vacation in early August. Lake St. Catherine is small enough to be comfortable for canoeing and yet large enough to ski and tube. The house has a dock large enough for a pontoon or speed boat. Boats can be rented, gassed or repaired at the marina right on the lake just south of the bridge. The kids had a great time catching pan fish continuously off the dock. I believe they caught the same ones 10 or 20 times with nothing but flies, corn and worms. The adults had a great time watching the sun set from the middle deck and staying warm by the outdoor fire place when the nights got cool. Firewood, local blueberries and winery are all within a couple of minutes drive and the grocery store is just a bit further. The owners and locals were all very friendly and helpful. I would stay here again if in the area and would recommend to others.
                                • Submitted: Aug 12, 2014
                                • Stayed: Aug 2014

                                Great Vacation!

                                5 of 5
                                This was the perfect cabin for our family vacation! Drinking our morning coffee watching the lake was so relaxing and eating dinners in the screened in porch while watching the sunset was beautiful! Our 4 year old could play in the lake right in front of the house trying to catch minnows all day and the larger yard was perfect for playing freeze tag and other fun summer games. We rented a pontoon boat right around the corner and spend many fun days fishing, swimming, and tubing in the lake. The owners are wonderful and made you feel right at home!!!
                                • Submitted: Aug 14, 2013
                                • Stayed: Aug 2013

                                Believe it, it's a nice as it looks.

                                5 of 5
                                When I saw the photos of the cottage on this website, especially it's location right on the lake, I thought, "This is just what we are looking for." The cottage is exactly as described and shown in the extensive photos. The lakeside cottage is designed to maximize the breezes and views of lovely Lake St. Catherine. It has a wonderful mix of up-to-date amenities (powerful gas stove, stainless steel refrigerator, etc.) with a relaxed, Vermont lake cottage feeling. There are thoughtful touches throughout the home such as an iPod/iPhone dock player in the living room that fills the downstairs with music. We used the BluRay player to watch DVDs on the large flat screen TV in the evenings. We had beautiful weather and some pretty warm days (around 90 degrees), but the house felt comfortable thanks to the ceiling fan in the loft bedroom plus all the windows on both floors. This end of the lake seems especially quiet. Even the motor boats with skiers came by at a reasonable speed so it just sounds like summer, especially when their waves hit the shore. The cottage is near the end of a dead-end road so there is very little car traffic here. Just a sense of tranquility and privacy in a well-maintained home. The surrounding area is filled with Vermont beauty -- farms, rolling hills, rivers, and lakes. We enjoyed driving to the various surrounding villages taking the opportunity to pick up raspberries and corn from local farmers. A surprising find was the Slate Valley Museum in Granville, NY. A very enthusiastic and knowledgable staffer, Amy, gave us a brief introduction to the regular collection plus some special exhibits including one about immigrants to this area. We also did the self-guided walking tour and admired the many beautiful slate roofs in town. We highly recommend the Birdseye Diner in Castleton, VT -- a lovely little town nearby -- it's a 1940's dining-car diner and has wonderful food including delicious pies. The country store across the street has a great selection of local foods, beer, and wine. Plus the banana bread you can buy there (from the Castleton pizza place) is fantastic. Farther afield in Rutland are Roots Restaurant and Table 24 -- both offer local produce, beers, and wines. Perry's in Poultney offers good, casual food. All in all, a lovely, restful getaway in beautiful surroundings with a perfect lakefront cottage to come home to. Our only regret is that we didn't stay longer.
                                • Submitted: Jul 13, 2012
                                • Stayed: Jul 2012