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                    Recent Southeastern Vermont Reviews

                    Family of 7 from the Midwest

                    5 of 5
                    We have been renting houses through VRBO all over the country for the past 5 years, and the Simon house was another beautiful find. We had never been to Vermont, so Paul was helpful early on when I asked for hiking, biking and canoeing suggestions. His recommendations of hiking Mount Wantastiquet in New Hampshire and biking/hiking the West River Trail were helpful, and he also suggested the Brattleboro Farmers Market on Sundays. The Simon house is near the quaint town of Brattleboro, where we found Mocha Joe's for coffee every morning, as well as a couple of bakeries; for dinner, we enjoyed Top of the Hill Grill, Three Stones (Mexican), TJ Buckleys, and we would have tried other restaurants in town if the Brattleboro Food Coop didn't provide wonderful fresh food that enabled a family of 7 to prepare a couple of dinners in the immense, fully-stocked kitchen in the Simon house. The Simon house is also situated in a location that day trips are easily accessible from. We visited Manchester, Vt., where the Hildene estate of Robert Todd Lincoln was available to tour, as well as the uniquely unusual Northshire Bookstore, and the fabulous Silver Fork Restaurant , which requires reservations several weeks in advance. Near Manchester is the Bromley Mountain Adventure Park, which is another full day trip. In addition, we happened to be in Vermont during the Marlboro Summer Music Festival, and we saw a compelling concert our last evening in Vermont. Now, for the Simon house. We were greeted by the caretaker, Craig, who presented a very clean house and provided detailed instructions in the operation of the house. He also called midweek and came out to refill/repair a couple of minor items. The way the house is designed, each bedroom provides ample privacy. My son and his wife pretty much had their own suite on the second floor, on one side of the house, and the 2 bedrooms on the 3rd floor were perfect for my daughter and sister-in-law on the other side of the house. Every day, we noticed something unique about the house. The two outside patios provided great reading/knitting atmospheres during the day, and the fireplace,tiki lights and outdoor stereo added to our night time enjoyment. I loved the wall tile installation on the 2nd and 3rd floor bathrooms, and the fireplace wall. I also loved the light fixture in the 2nd floor bedroom which created designs on the walls and ceiling. Unique house!
                    • Submitted: Jul 30, 2014
                    • Stayed: Jul 2014

                    Pretty much as expected.

                    4 of 5
                    Our host, Dave, was very accommodating. We never met Julia. We had several minor issues. The first night and the next morning there were many insects inside the house. It turns out that the bathroom window was open and didn't have a screen. Also regarding the bathroom, the lighting is poor, the window is over the sink and the mirror is over the toilet. We managed to work around this. I would suggest a florescent light be installed on the side of the cabinet or ceiling. The mirror, I don't know, perhaps put it on a piano hinge so it can be swung around and be used with the sink. I think a microwave is a necessity, a TV would be good and a landline phone is important because cel phone reception is so poor. The home was clean and the beds were comfortable. The interstate was a couple of minutes away. We were actually visiting friends and relatives in Connecticut. We were able to get down to Hartford in less than 75 mins. There is a great Deli right down the street which we strongly recommend. We would recommend this rental as long as everyone is aware it's lacking in some amenities.
                    • Submitted: Jul 30, 2014
                    • Stayed: Jun 2014

                    Wonderful Home for a Winter Getaway

                    5 of 5
                    We knew we'd found a great place when the road narrowed, we arrived in the driveway and we saw the view! The home was warm, comfortable and plenty spacious for our multigenerational family vacation. A long sledding hill outside the door, a dead-end country road for cross country skiing, a kitchen roomy enough for a couple of cooks, and 3- season porches that we're warm in the morning sun were all major pluses. A note with a package filled with the makings for s'mores, and marshmallow sticks by the fireplace were nice welcoming touches. Michael (the owner) contacted us mid-week to make sure everything was okay for us. Brattleboro is nearby and offers excellent food. We highly recommend Three Stones (make reservations; it's tiny) and Amy's Bakery Arts Cafe. We were delighted by the Brattleboro Museum's annual domino tumble. There are also lots of interesting shops, which we did not explore during this visit. For yarn enthusiasts, a tour of the Green Mountain Spinnery in Putney was very interesting. We think the property and the area would be beautiful places to be in any season.
                    • Submitted: Feb 26, 2014
                    • Stayed: Feb 2014