Chittenden House Rental Photos and Description
House, 3 Bedrooms + Convertible bed(s), 4 Baths, (Sleeps 10)
Our 2,500 square foot cottage is steps away from one of the most beautiful lakes in New England. Surrounded on all sides by the Green Mountain National Forest and located on 27 acres of private property. Included in the rental is access to your own private dock, canoes, kayaks and a paddle boat. In the winter you can take advantage of the snow whether you want to cross country ski (trails right outside your door) or downhill ski at Killington ski resort (25 minutes by car). There are spectacular views from every window, a gas fireplace, gourmet kitchen and large screened in porch. A bunk room with five extra large built-in bunks makes it perfect for families with children. The master bedroom has a kitchenette for making coffee in the morning or having an after dinner drink before watching a DVD on the large flat screen TV (no satellite or cable). The main level has a large gourmet kitchen, dining area and living room in addition to an office area and another bedroom and bath.
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- children welcome
Guestbook comments from the owner
“Thank you! You have done everything to perfection. The beautifully landscaped entrance, the welcome package, the to-die-for kitchen, the well-decorated spacious rooms, the screened porch--with a table big enough to fit us all, the views, the games, the DVDs, the foosball table. Our kids had several riotously funny games with that one item.
We will have to come back because we didn't make a dent in trying the games or watching the movies. You have a good selection of both. The legos were a big hit with the junior set and the teenager. Even if it had rained the whole time, we would have been happy. THANK YOU for not having TV. It was nice to hide from the world. My son-in-law needed to work on Friday, so he was pleased to find an office and internet. That plus a cell phone worked perfectly. We also didn't get to try out all the kitchen toys.
All four water craft got extensive usage. I'd never propelled a paddle boat before, but it is fun. I have a bad knee, but I think paddle therapy was good for it. I appreciated the handrails going down to the water. Even some of the youngsters used them on occasion.
I could go on for pages and pages. We felt coddled and cared for and cared about. Thank you for your thoughtfulness.”