Lake Dunmore House Rental Photos and Description
House, 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, (Sleeps 4)
This October, the vivid colors of fall will dazzle you from the deck of our Lake Dunmore summer house. Situated on the border of the Green Mountain National Forest, it’s the perfect place for fishing, boating, hiking, mountain biking, or just relaxing and soaking up the view. While we do not have a sandy beach, swimming off the end of our private dock is easy.
The house is a 1930s vintage camp that has had extensive renovations. It is fully winterized and has a modern kitchen, bath and laundry.
Lake Dunmore is a pristine, spring-fed lake. North Cove, where the house is located, has a 5 MPH speed limit, ensuring calm waters for kayaking among the ducks and geese. Two kayaks are included for your use, and larger boats can be rented at Kampersville or Waterhouse's Marina. Game fish are abundant in Lake Dunmore including rainbow trout, lake trout, landlocked salmon, northern pike and largemouth bass.
There is a general store and deli just a 5 minute walk away. Take a 10 minute drive to historic Middlebury or Brandon and you’ll find fine dining, galleries, summer concerts and museums. You’re also within easy reach of the Ben and Jerry’s Factory in Waterbury, Vermont Teddy Bear in Shelburne, Bromley and Pico Alpine Slides, Quechee Gorge, and several marble quarries.
Keywords: lake, hiking, fishing, boating, biking, waterfront, mountains
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
About The Owner
My wife and I live nearby in Charlotte, VT, so we are always available during your stay. We spend several weeks a year at our 'summer house' and we are delighted to share our good fortune with guests who have visited from all over the world.
The Owner purchased this house in 2005
Why The Owner chose Lake Dunmore
Lake Dunmore is one of Vermont's most beautiful places, but is also conveniently located near Burlington airport, and an easy drive from New York.
What makes this house unique
The mountains rise up from the edge of the water providing not only spectacular views, but recreational opportunities like hiking, biking, boating, fishing, etc... In the Fall the foliage is just stunning.