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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
"This luxury home is far more than a cabin! It has the rustic charm of a ski lodge but includes top-of-the-line furnishing and appliances. The rooms are spacious, clean and well laid out. We fit several families comfortably. There is a game room downstairs, a huge stone fireplace and an outdoor hot tub.
I could not have designed a more perfect retreat for our Killington ski vacation. My family will be back!"
Guest: adrienne k.Date of Stay: January 2015Review Submitted: January 16, 2015
"The home was located just past the gondola, and with a little OB skiing & some good map awareness, you can pretty much ski-in & out. We liked the open floor plan and the home worked nicely for our group."
Guest: pcantonDate of Stay: February 2015Review Submitted: February 25, 2015
"I came up from Philadelphia for a few days relaxation with my yellow lab. The cottage was adorable--clean, cozy and filled with light. Set on a hill overlooking Star Lake, the cottage has amazing views out over the Green Mountains and I could have spent my entire time happily sitting on the deck or playing fetch with my dog in the meadows surrounding the cottage. Hikes beckoned, however, and Sam and I enjoyed walking on Healdville Trail, in Coolidge State Park, in the forest near Chester and on a closed road near the cottage. It was easy to find good local food nearby (Belmont Village Store, Crows Nest Bakery and Opera Cafe in Proctorsville, the Friday Farmers Market in Ludlow, Singletons in Proctorsville, the Wine and Cheese store in Ludlow). The cottage is in a great spot for exploring nearby towns and villages (Weston, Chester, Grafton) yet feels very secluded and serene. Ron was extremely helpful and friendly but also completely respected our privacy. We followed his suggestion of walking up the hill behind the cottage to watch the sunset, and were amply rewarded. We'll be back!"
Guest: Judy H.Date of Stay: June 2015Review Submitted: June 22, 2015
"Our typical gathering place for a group of 8 college friends became unavailable due to circumstances beyond our control, so were in need of a last minute backup. The owners were quick to respond, and open to communication by email and phone before and after the trip when we had questions. Because we were all coming from different directions and at different times, the keyless entry a great benefit. This is a great area to stay, with lots of outdoor activities and a well stocked market nearby. The condo complex was very quiet in this off season, so we had the pool to ourselves.
The bedrooms and bathrooms are on the entry level, and separated from the rest of the living area, so the sleepers were not disturbed if fun went late or started early. The living area is cozy, with several low built-ins for sitting. This was a great area to lounge and socialize, and has low coffee tables that can be moved around if you want to play a game. The TV is an older flat screen CRT, but we weren't there to watch TV, so no big deal. The kitchen isn't meant for more than 1-2 people, but we found everything we needed, including a large electric griddle. The dining table was plenty big for the 8, and can probably comfortably fit 2 more. There are a variety of different chairs, with many being wobbly, and one broke when someone sat in it. The owner responded to this saying they were hoping to replace them before the ski season.
All in all, this had more space and beds than our original spot, so we are likely to become repeat renters."
Guest: Scot R.Date of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: July 22, 2015