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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Recent Vermont reviews

  • Delightful cottage

    "We just returned from a lovely few days at this adorable cottage. The property is located within walking distance to the Equinox Hotel where we enjoyed dinner and spa treatments. Perfect location for hiking Mount Equinox (just outside the front door) and a nice walk to shopping and local restaurants. The cottage is very well maintained. Two bedrooms on the second floor and a living/dining room, kitchen and bath on the first floor. Lovely yard with mountain views. The kitchen and bathroom are new and spotless. The heated floors in the bathroom and kitchen were a pleasant surprise in the morning. The local hotels charge twice the price of this cottage just for a room, so this place more than fit our budget. The owner was pleasant and very helpful with directions and suggestions for local dining. We will definitely be back."
    Guest: Caroline C. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 13, 2016
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  • Unique Experience

    "This place is a gem. Unique! Fun! Cozy! My one criticism is the condition of the furniture. The sofa and matching chair in the living space were in terrible condition. Additionally, some of the beds/mattresses seemed to be on their last leg. This place was clean and tidy. (Clean floors, no dust, sinks and bathrooms very clean, bedding was in decent condition, towels appeared to be newer.) I just couldn't help but think the place felt dirty because the couch was in such bad condition. It is a gem and I am hoping the owner will upgrade the furniture to ensure positive experiences for future guests."
    Guest: Bones Date of Stay: January 2016 Review Submitted: February 10, 2016
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  • Amazing home with incredible hosts!

    "Mike and Victoria’s home, elegantly perched in the Vermont Mountains, looked as if it were straight out of a “Home” magazine- one that someone would reference to learn how to redesign a house that perfectly fuses functionality with beauty. If the first drive into the garage were to be of any indication, the fully stocked piles of firewood stood out as one detail of the care that Mike and Victoria had put into making us guests feel welcome and at home. Walking in after our long drive from New York, we were greeted by homemade brownies, a bottle of wine and a welcome card- letting us know that they were pleased to share their home and all of its amenities with us. This welcome card included detailed instructions of how we could figure out the functionalities of the “large-enough-for-all-of-us” hot tub and the “perfect-after-a-cold-day” sauna. Although both looked tempting that first night, we were all exhausted and ready to unpack and settle in. There was more than enough room in the kitchen for us to unload our boxes of fresh food (and the requisite marshmallows for our eventual fireside treat) and with the first (of many) fires warming us from the somehow spacious yet cozy living room, we sat down for our first dinner under the candelabra (with magical candles that evaporated rather than melt!) Sometimes, people put so much effort into the aesthetics of houses, that they forget the agreeability factor, and what makes that house a home. This was not the case with Mike and Victoria. The beautiful bedrooms were as comfortable as they were visually appealing. The multiple beds, all with inviting linen, mattresses, and fluffed pillows, were the perfect way to rest up for the next day of hitting the slopes. Hit the slopes we did, and when we came back weary and weathered, the hot tub and sauna were finally put to their intended use. After spending an hour or so de-thawing in the hot water, we ate warm soup and spent the next bit of time bringing out our competitive spirits with rounds of pool, ping-pong, and air-hockey in the downstairs game-room. These routines continued throughout the weekend; the perfect blend of new activities coupled with the simple pleasure of being in a home (unlike a stale or severe hotel experience) made this Vermont experience at Mike and Victoria’s absolutely irreplaceable. Thank you so much for sharing your space with us! We are all eagerly looking forward to doing it again."
    Guest: David F. Date of Stay: January 2016 Review Submitted: February 10, 2016
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  • Beautiful, peaceful and charming setting. The home has character while being cozy.

    "My family enjoyed our stay and hope to be back again soon!! My four year olds were pleasantly surprised when they found the toy chest. My 11 year old loved having his own room with a big bed! Plenty of bathrooms for our family of five. Nicely located in Newfane so close to Brattleboro and other areas to visit like the Townshend Dam. Lovely property to stroll around and everything you need in the home."
    Guest: Sarah M. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 21, 2016
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