|Space||1,848 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||2 - 3 nights|
Enjoy a sidewalk stroll down the street to picturesque Chester Village. Buildings from yesteryear house restaurants, antique shops, a book store, a yoga studio, an organic grocery store, bakery, and numerous quaint gift and clothing shops.
Our 1843 Stone House has all the charm that you’d expect from an antique Vermont home. It's equipped with modern amenities to make your stay comfortable and cozy. Visitors are greeted with completely redecorated living spaces. Enjoy time on the screened in porch. Cozy up in the multipurpose mudroom that has ample storage for ski and snow gear and a place to kick up your feet and relax. Cook in the well-stocked kitchen and eat in the dining area that seats 8. Relax in the family room with board games, TV, and a gas log stove. In the cooler weather, the main stone house is heated with forced hot air. The mudroom has a Renai propane space heater.
Bedroom #1 – 1st floor- 1 Queen bed with an attached en suite (3/4 bath). This bedroom has a non working fireplace.
Bedroom #2 – 2nd floor- 2 twin beds, 1 trundle pull out bed and 1 full bed
Bedroom #3 – 2nd floor- 1 Queen bed
Washer, dryer and a 3/4 bath are on the first floor and a full bath is located on the second floor. Wireless internet is provided for those who would like to stay connected to the outside world. The yard is spacious and provides additional outdoor space for dining, entertaining, and star gazing by the fire pit. The house is on a well-traveled road and in a location that is easily accessible.
Check-in at 4PM and Check-out at 11AM.
Cell phone reception for both Verizon and AT&T are available at the house.
UPCOMING (LOCAL) EVENTS:
Come and enjoy Vermont from our home!
Our family of 3 has enjoyed all 4 seasons in Chester Vermont for years. We purchased this beautiful Pre-Civil War stone house on December 30, 2014. On the chance our home is not rented, we gladly spend our free time there. At our 1843 Stone House, we hope you find all of the comforts of home and so much more!
Mike and Doreen Rogers purchased this house in 2015
We traveled to the Chester area for years to go skiing at neighboring mountains and to attend fall festivals and winter carnivals. We loved the charm and the historical age of the house. We also loved the proximity of the house to the Chester Village and all that that offers. We enjoy walking to MacLaomains Pub or to the Bradford Pub to enjoy the local craft beer. Our son enjoys the soccer fields at the local school and having the sidewalks makes for safe travel. This house was built in 1843 and is loaded with charm and history. There is a retired Maple Sugar Shack on the property. We fell in love with this house as soon as we saw it!
We just spent a long weekend at Doreen's beautiful and cozy home in Chester and skied at nearby Okemo (20 minute drive). Our hosts thought of everything to make our experience as welcoming, trouble free, and comfortable as possible. The house is really charming and had everything we needed. The welcome gifts of snacks and treats were much appreciated and such a kind gesture. Doreen and her husband are very attentive hosts and responded quickly to any inquiries. Chester is a nice little town- we had a great breakfast at Moondog cafe on our last day. Our family hopes to rent the house again soon- it was a truly relaxing and wonderful stay.
The 1843 Stone House was a perfect meeting point for my sister, mother and I to have a girls get away weekend. We loved the charm and learning the history of the home and the area. We watched movies, played a ton of games, laughed, ate and slept really well. The area has the most wonderful restaurants. We loved the Free Range for brunch although we could of just ate there only. So good! The Mac Laomainns Scottish pub was great too! The steak pie..yummo! Doreen and Mike answered all our questions promptly before during and after our stay. The home was clean and the bedding so comfortable. Looking forward to maybe booking in the fall for hiking and fall foliage. Thanks again for a wonderful weekend stay!
A group of a three of us stayed in the house for a girls/birthday weekend. Everything was as pictured - actually even better than the pictures can capture. The house was comfy and spacious - plenty of space for us. The owners were extremely helpful and responsive during the booking process and continued to be helpful with suggestions on things to do in the area. They go above & beyond to be sure you know the ins & outs of not only the house but the local area as well. They left a welcome basket - - such a sweet touch! The location is within walking distance to several shops and restaurants and is within a short drive to ski areas & local attractions. If you're looking for a very clean & convenient place to just relax or to take in the sights of VT, look no further! I hope to be lucky enough to return to this gem.
What a beautiful home. Cozy, just big enough (sleeps eight comfortably but there were only three of us), beautifully decorated. Stocked with all the essentials for cooking and eating in if you choose to do that. We had a great time and wish to thank our gracious hosts.
Beautiful, charmingly decorated, super clean and practical for families... can't say enough about this great house. Owners are very responsive and helpful, even offered an early check in when we asked to use the sleds earlier than the usual check in time. Would definitely rent this house again for our next ski trip!
A great time was had by all! The Stonehouse was perfect for our Sisters Weekend. Having had grown up in Chester back in the 70s it was truly just like coming home. You will not be disappointed about anything to do with this place. Everything they describe and state is true! It's tastefully decorated, warm and instantly inviting, you'll never feel that you are borrowing someone else's place. The location is crazy good, we walked everywhere. So simple, so easy. My car never left the driveway. One direction takes you by historic buildings cemetaries and buildings, shops, restaurants, into town. The other direction to hikes up into wooded trails and/or down along quiet dirt roads. I promise you, you'll love everything and you'll hate leaving. Smiling writing this as I think back on our wonderful time.
Our family of five people enjoyed your home while attending a family reunion. It provided us some personal space, but also allowed us to entertain a group comfortably.
Your welcome gifts were very thoughtful, and the house was impeccably clean. It was within walking distance to restaurants and shops, and we loved the people and products at Lisai's Market.
We highly recommend your home to anyone who has reason to be in the Chester area.
Things to do in Chester:
Chester Recreation Area: Summer (tennis, basketball, swimming pool) Winter (sledding hill, VAST trails, ice skating and snowshoe trails)
Hiking: The Lost Mine Trail (2 mile loop)
Train: Scenic train rides from Chester Depot (seasonal)
Antiques: The Bargain Shop (antiques), The Stone House Antique Center, William Austin's Antiques, Fraser Antiques, Vintage Vermont
Restaurants: The Free Range Restaurant, Bradford Tavern, Moon Dog Café, Old Town Farm Inn (Japanese), The Pizza Stone, heritage Deli and Bakery, Country Girl Diner, MacLoamainns Scottish Pub, Stone hearth Tavern, Baba-A-Louis Bakery
Shops: DaVallia Arts and Accents, Country on the Common, Misty Valley Books, Country Treasures (quilt shop), 103 Artisans Marketplace, The Pear Tree, Meditrina (wine and cheese shop), Simply Country
Grocery: Lisai's Chester Market, W Awe's Farm Market
Library: Whiting Library
Bank: People's United, TD Bank
Elementary School - soccer fields and play scape
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Dec 23 2017 - Jan 2 2018
3 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||$200|
Check in: 4PM
Check out: 11AM
A rental agreement must be signed to confirm reservation.