Our family of four spent a fun and relaxing week here during the month of August.
The house is big, yet cozy, wrapping around you like a large, warm blanket. Absolutely charming inside and out! Very interesting architecturally, interior decor is an eclectic blend of old and new creating a warm and inviting atmosphere. Lots of places to curl up with a good book. The kitchen breakfast bar calls to you to enjoy local Vermont cheeses with a glass of wine, all with Mount Snow as your backdrop. Beautiful views abound!
The kitchen is very well-equipped. We had fun cooking to the sounds of jazz, while enjoying the beautiful views, then sharing a meal together as a family.
My son's favorite part of vacation was playing pingpong and foosball ... a huge hit with him!
The house affords the feeling of seclusion and privacy, but with the convenience of civilization being five minutes away. It was wonderful to wake up in the morning, sip my cup of coffee, breathe in crisp, cool mountain air surrounded by nature and enjoy the tranquility of the moment. While at night, my daughter and I counted shooting stars.
The location makes a great base camp for exploring southern Vermont. Our family made three day trips, one to Woodstock, Queechee and Hanover (NH); one to Manchester; and one to Grafton ... great scenic drives. Also, the lovely and friendly town of Wilmington is only 15 minutes away and has a quaint downtown which includes an independent bookstore (hard to find these days), pub and shops.
I would definitely recommend this property. Our family experienced many great memories here ... thank you for sharing!