After spending a leisurely day amid the breathtaking natural wilderness of Vermont, come enjoy a cozy and comfortable night's sleep within either one of our two spacious apartments in the very heart of Woodstock - known to be one of the most quaint villages of Vermont (USA). The town has in the past prospered on the back of a lucrative industrial heritage, but is now more renowned for a diverse selection of tourist attractions offering anything from eclectic shops and restaurants to scenic ski slopes and hiking trails.
This charming split-level apartment is laid out as follows...
The lower level comprises an all-inclusive open plan kitchen, dining and living room. The kitchen is fully equipped with stove, oven and utensils. Whereas the upper level consists of an all-inclusive open plan bedroom, office space and cable TV area along with two ensuite doors leading to a bathroom and a laundry room with washer/dryer... And not to mention that a fast and free source of WiFi internet is everywhere.
The entrance to the apartments does not look out onto the street but faces a quaint and quiet grass patio on the back side of this townhouse. Adjoining this back patio is a private parking area with a backdrop to the forested foothills of Mount Peg... which incidentally makes for a great hike!
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The apartment is well located for the convenience of those wishing to roam around as much as possible without a car: It is less than 5mins walking distance from both the supermarket and general store; it is a stone's throw away from most of the shops and restaurants that line the main commercial stretch of town; it is no more than 10mins by foot from the historical landmark of Billings Farm and the serene scenery of Rockefeller National Park; it is just over 15mins by car from the beaches and waters of Silver Lake; it is steps away from nordic trails while being located only about 10mins driving distance from the easier slopes of Suicide Six and less than 30mins by car from the more serious slopes of Killington.