Enjoy a peaceful rural retreat in a spectacular converted 1840 barn on Old Moses Farm, a secluded 100+ acre hill farm dedicated to the improvement and preservation of wildlife habitat and ecosystems, and located in historic Strafford, Vermont. Enjoy beautiful unspoilt views from every window. It is charmingly decorated and fully furnished on three floors and with many amenities to make your stay a comfortable and pleasurable experience. Surrounded by fields and meadows, woodlands with 300 year old maples, there are miles of trails on the farm and in adjacent Downer State Forest for walking, hiking, mountain biking, cross country skiing, and snow shoeing. There is a stocked trout pond, and the farm is within walking distance to the town swimming pond. Centrally located to Vermont’s many scenic and sporting attractions. Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH, is a 20 minute drive; Vermont Law School, 15 minutes; Woodstock, VT, 25 minutes; Killington, 40 minutes; and Montpelier, 45 minutes.
Golf on one of Vermont’s golf course gems within a 45 minute drive of the farm, including Woodstock, Lake Morey Resort, Killington, Montague and Green Mountain National.
Visit Vermont’s many open farms, farmers markets, cheese and chocolate makers, microbrewers, and arts and crafts studios. Attend the Tunbridge World's Fair in September, which is our all-time favorite. The South Strafford General Store has everything you need including the NY Times, Boston Globe, ATM and post office.
For those interested in three-day eventing, dressage, and other equine sports, Tamarack Hill and Huntington Farm are located in Strafford, and the Green Mountain Horse Association is a 45 minute drive away in South Woodstock.
Winter guests: snow worthy vehicle a requirement.