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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

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  • Room for all

    "We stayed in this generously spacious house and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. The owners are extremely helpful and prompt in all matters. The kitchen is enormous and very well laid out for large gatherings. The only issue we encountered was deciding which bedroom to sleep in! Dorset and neighboring Manchester are lovely towns to be explored while staying in the comforts of this charming Vermont home."
    Guest: Jen Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 23, 2014
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  • Beautiful Vermont Home

    "We had an excellent stay at this Vermont home. The house was beautiful and the views were amazing! The owners were very easy to work with and very accommodating. The home was spacious and was very comfortable for the 8 adults that stayed over the weekend. there were plenty of spots for everyone to spread out and relax. We would definitely consider renting this property again."
    Guest: Kira N. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 4, 2014
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  • Wonderful place for a family get away!

    "My husband, brother, sister-in-law and one year-old nephew stayed here for a weekend in March. The home is beautiful- even more so than in the photos! We really appreciated the huge fireplace and the open kitchen/ living room plan. We also appreciated the convenience of being close to a grocery store and Stratton Mountain! We hope to be back!"
    Guest: Brianna B. Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: March 12, 2014
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  • A home away from home

    "We just returned from a weekend in Stowe. We travel there every October but this was our first time staying at this condo. What a lovely spot! There are gorgeous mountain views from each window which provide a feeling of peace and tranquility. The condo itself is comfortable,roomy (sleeps 6) and clean (daily maid service) and the location is perfect (just minutes away from many fabulous restaurants and the quaint downtown Stowe). This condo is also perfect for winter sports enthusiasts! One can ski in, ski out, enjoy a day on the slopes and come back "home" to warm up in front of a blazing fire in the living room gas fireplace. My family LOVED it here and did not want to leave. It certainly was home away from home. Kate, the owner of the condo is pleasant and most accommodating. My family is already looking forward to our next visit. This one is a gem in the mountains."
    Guest: Jen S. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 20, 2014
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Woodstock Travel Tips

Historical and Natural Interests at Woodstock Vacation Rentals

The town of Woodstock is somewhat prestigious, being known as one of the richest towns in Vermont. It is home to several celebrities and known for its classical Victorian-style architecture. It is the only town in the United States that has four Paul Revere church bells.

The Dana House in Woodstock is the home of the local history center. The house was originally built in 1807 for Charles Dana who was the village merchant at the time. The family home was converted into a museum when it was sold in 1943. The museum includes a research center and document archive. It also hosts regular history workshops for guests. The back lawn and beautiful garden have a perfect view of the Middle Bridge which is the town’s well-known covered bridge. The garden is a popular venue for weddings and receptions. The bridge crosses the Ottaquechee River and is one of the many unique covered bridges in Vermont. It is 135 feet long and a great photo subject, especially with the contrasting colors of fall.

The Billings Farm and Museum invites children to see a historic working farm. It is a great place for a family outing where you can have a glimpse into the Vermont rural lifestyle. The Marsh-Billings-Rockerfeller National Historic Park is recorded as being Vermont’s first national park. Here, you can enjoy the beautiful landscapes that Vermont is known for. There are a number of ski resorts in the area, including Mt. Ascutney, Killington, Okemo and Suicide Six. Many people like to stay in the historic town of Woodstock and then explore the various ski areas during the season.

Visitors to Woodstock Lodging

People with an interest in American history and architecture will enjoy visiting Woodstock. It is an area known for its historical buildings and beautiful natural surroundings. It is a great place to explore as part of a road trip. Vermont is a favorite destination for those looking for a romantic vacation. The tranquil atmosphere and stunning landscapes create the perfect setting for spending time with your loved one.

Vermont is also a favored destination for photographers and artists. The fall colors of the turning leaves are especially beautiful. The historic Victorian homes of Woodstock make excellent subjects as do the covered bridges in the area. In the winter months, Woodstock attracts many ski enthusiasts as it is close to several well-known and popular ski resorts. The regular snowfalls in the Vermont region provide excellent skiing conditions.

Finding Your Way to Woodstock Vacation Houses

Woodstock is a small town located in the heart of Vermont, approximately 140 miles north of Boston. The drive up from the city takes approximately two to three hours. For travelers not from the East Coast, your best option is to fly into Boston Logan International Airport. On arrival, you can hire a car to drive up to Woodstock.

Seasons to Visit Vermont Vacation Rentals in Woodstock

Woodstock is a beautiful destination to visit at any time of year. The winters can be cold but the snow creates a crisp beauty that only enhances the area. The summertime is great for exploring the many small towns like Woodstock. Take a scenic drive along the many country lanes and stop at farm stalls to purchase fresh produce. You can also enjoy the many festivals and events that happen throughout the season. Fall is possibly one of the most attractive times of year to visit Woodstock. The changing colors of the leaves create a rich palate for perfect vacation memories.

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