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    Exceptional! 5.0/5
    (19 reviews)
    • 2 BR
    • 1 BA
    • Sleeps 3
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    Recent West Rupert Reviews

    Replenish with Nature in the Mountains

    5 of 5
    -This cottage was exactly what I was looking for and met all of my expectations. Tucked away in Kent Hollow in the Taconic Mountains (not the Green's) of Rupert is this quaint and idyllic getaway. The listing description was accurate and provided a great deal of information. The property was clean and proper inside and out upon my arrival and I was sure to leave it that way when I departed. There were no logistical issues/problems with the cottage at all. The owners provided great customer service and made clear that they were there to help or answer any questions. Not only would I recommend this property to others, but I wished I could share this place with many people while I was there. My only recommendation would be that the owners post some pictures of the kitchen on the website. I had actually asked for some when going through the renting process. The kitchen was perfect however; with lots of space, big refrigerator, good size stove/oven, and lots of counter room. -I arrived Tuesday through rain and sleet. Nearby Bear and Spruce Mountains were shrouded with fog and the upper reaches of the trees had ice/snow on them giving them that "frosty" look, beautiful. After settling I drove down to where Hebron Road meets the D&H Rail Trail, right in Rupert. I walked north on the Delaware & Hudson RT for two miles out and back, for a nice total of 4 miles. Wednesday I hiked Haystack Mountain in Pawlet, the next town just to the north of Rupert. Haystack is called the "Gibraltar of Vermont" as it's shear rock face rises abruptly from the hills that surround it. The owner asked me to leave details/directions in one of the information binders in the cottage, as she had not heard of it before. The hike is 3.4 miles with approx 1,100 feet in elevation gain. The cold front the day before broke the weather to clear blue skies with warmer temperatures. Thursday I checked out Merck Forest and Farm Center. I would say this is the highlight of Rupert. I hiked Antone Mountain from the main entrance on Route 315. The hike was 5 miles with approx 800 feet in elevation gain. I departed the cottage Friday. I stopped in Manchester Center on my way home and spend a few hours walking around and checking out the shops. My favorite store was probably Northshire Bookstore and I loved the Factory Point Town Green. -My original plan was to visit the greater Manchester area, but I realized that Rupert had so much to offer for me. It is a hub for outdoor recreation and is beautiful.
    • Submitted: May 20, 2016
    • Stayed: Apr 2016