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Vermont Downtown Farmhouse Rentals(8)

8 Results
$400 - $850
per night
2 night min stay
  • 6 BR,
  • 4 BA,
  • Sleeps 12
2 night min stay
(26)
$450
per night
3 night min stay
  • Studio,
  • Sleeps 12
3 night min stay
(9)
  • 3 BR,
  • 1 BA,
  • 1 HF BA,
  • Sleeps 8
1 - 5 night min stay
(33)
  • 3 BR,
  • 3 BA,
  • Sleeps 6
3 night min stay
$150
per night
3 night min stay
  • 3 BR,
  • 1 BA,
  • 1 HF BA,
  • Sleeps 6
3 night min stay
(4)
  • 4 BR,
  • 3 BA,
  • Sleeps 9
3 night min stay
  • 3 BR,
  • 3 BA,
  • Sleeps 12
2 night min stay
$400 - $650
per night
2 night min stay
  • 4 BR,
  • 3 BA,
  • 1 HF BA,
  • Sleeps 9
2 night min stay
2 Reviews
 

Recent Vermont Reviews

Vermont winter wonderland

5 of 5
Just returned from week-long stay in late March 2015. Mom, dad and 5 teens had a great trip – packed full of fun events. The kids were happy to stay around the house for hiking in the snowy trails or playing pool & ping pong. The house is large, spacious and has everything you could possibly need. The kitchen was perfect for fun dinner preparation where everyone helped out with 2 big dinners - feasted in the fireplace room with a fire going! The large windows in every room let beautiful views in - my daughters slept under the big round window and could see the incredible stars at night! Owner Dan gave us lots of good advice on what to see & do nearby. The nearby towns of Waterbridge, Woodstock & Quechee are quaint and friendly. Vermont is incredibly beautiful – the whole state is mountainous with few people and no traffic. It snowed our 1st ski day, then we had blue skies for the rest of the trip. Conditions were on the cold side (coldest morning was 9 degrees!), but we were prepared and it didn’t bother us. We hiked thru snowy woods Tuesday to a frozen waterfall then later visted the Long Trail Brewery to see the bottling line in operation. We all danced together to live music at Ramunto's, a rustic & cozy pizza restaurant. We hiked the Quechee Gorge (Vermont’s “Grand Canyon”) and had 3 terrific ski days on slopes we had all to ourselves at Suicide Six then Pico Mountain! Sunday was closing day at Suicide Six with end-of-season festivities and a free cookout for all the skiers! We toured Sugarbush Farm, a cheese/maple syrup farm (lots of free samples), we saw wild turkeys and deer, and my daughter got chased by a big friendly pig! The kids made cookies and stayed up late every night playing pool & laughing & eating ice cream & having "cookie parties".
  • Submitted: Mar 26, 2015
  • Stayed: Mar 2015

Affordable, Central Jay-Burke Accommodations

4 of 5
Great accommodations for a weekend Jay Peak & Burke Mountain double header. More spacious than it looks & plenty enough room for 6 adults. Walking distance to local breakfast joint. 5m off highway. < 20m to Burke, ~30m to Jay. While older in look/feel pricing was unbelievable, owners friendly, and location great.
  • Submitted: Mar 5, 2015
  • Stayed: Feb 2015

Beautiful home, beautiful area

5 of 5
The Cook's Country House looks beautiful on television and if possible, it's even more beautiful in person. This was by far the best rental we've ever stayed at. As a thank you for our wedding, my husband and I decided to rent the house for six nights and invite my parents, as well as my sister, brother-in-law--and the family dog! It was a great place to stay in a beautiful area of Vermont. The house was immaculate. We tend to be persnickety. My mother, who is something of a clean freak, spent about four straight hours cleaning our last rental in the same area of Vermont. Even she was impressed by the cleanliness. There was also a remarkable attention to detail. The house is outfitted for kids (with pack-and-play, baby swing, and more); there are board games, books, and a whole library of America's Test Kitchen/ Cook's Illustrated books and magazines. A homemade pie, box of cookies, eggs, bacon, milk, orange juice, and fruit were waiting for us upon arrival, as well as a signed cookbook and bottle of maple syrup from Christopher Kimball's farm. I am sure most guests will get as much enjoyment out of cooking in the Cook's Country House as we did. It has most every appliance you could want. The professional-grade washer and dryer in the basement were also convenient, especially after muddy hikes! We have spent time in the area of Vermont before and love it. It is really peaceful and remote. The Merck Farm Center up the road has great hiking trails as well as farm meat for sale. The Barn Restaurant in West Pawlet is the best (almost worth the trip alone). The neighbors in Rupert are very friendly. People crossed the street to meet our dog (she's never received so many compliments at once!) and introduce themselves. It's a lovely house in a lovely town. We hope to stay here again--and we have referred this rental to several friends.
  • Submitted: Aug 19, 2014
  • Stayed: Jul 2014