Our family visit was for 3 nights over the most beautiful fall foliage weekend you could imagine. The hiking trails of Camels Hump are just up the road, and the property has its own woods roads for walking or skiing. There are also many of rural Vermont adventures within an easy drive.
Bring your own dinner makings, as it is too nice to stay in and watch the sunset than to drive a distance to restaurants. We spent hours relaxing out by the pond, and the new deck will make it easy to step outside the kitchen to enjoy the view of the pond and hillside.
The rebuilt barn is beautiful, with soft woodwork and an eyecatching bridge between the loft spaces. The several small spaces with comfy chairs and couches are great for gazing out the windows (a fox went through at dawn), reading one of the many books, or watching TV. The living area and bedrooms are on the second floor, and the kids go up on the third, accessed by a steep but well railed ladder/stair.
No cell service, but there is good wi-fi and a phone.
I'd stay again, and recommend Fielder Farm to people who would enjoy spending time in very rural Vermont.