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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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Recent Plymouth reviews

  • Peace, joy and tranquility on Lake Ninevah

    "Wow! For 30 years our extended family has been coming to the Lake Ninevah area to enjoy all that central Vermont has to offer. Family growth prevents us now from all fitting any longer in the family cabin, so this year we ventured out to rent this home, which is located within walking distance from the family cabin. From our first contact with the owner Sandy, to our sad last day, this has been a first class experience. The property, while rustic, is very well maintained and plenty roomy. Detailed instructions provided to us before arrival, on site, and before departure took all the stress out of staying somewhere new. Well equipped kitchen met all of our needs.Beautiful views of the lakefront from the comfy living room, and literally only 10 or 20 paces to get out to the lake and private dock. The canoe was put to good use all week, with lots of swimming and fishing. Sizeable largemouth and smallmouth bass, yellow perch and sunfish were caught, with a nice 3 pound smallmouth caught right off the dock. Lots of lawn chairs and a convenient picnic table provided outdoor dining experiences, and the fire ring and provided fire wood made for many memorable S'mores and relaxing evenings... Lake Ninevah itself is remarkable, and with a 5 mph speed limit and its being mostly surrounded by the conservation minded Wilderness Community and Farm and Wilderness Camps - this lake is the ultimate peaceful Vermont Lake. A pair of nesting loons with their two babies provided great entertainment and musical accompaniment 24 hours a day. A majestic bald eagle visited every afternoon. Seemed like there were never more than 2 or 3 folks on canoes or boats out on the lake at any time - really felt like it was our personal lake. If you are looking for peace, quiet, relaxation and an opportunity to get back in touch with nature and the environment, this place is for you. Only 340 days until we get to return to the quiet peaceful shores of Lake Ninevah and the comfy hominess of Snugglers' Cove!"
    Guest: James M. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 11, 2016
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  • Great Getaway

    "First I would like to start off by saying Alecia the owner was so sweet to work with & I was so glad that We got to meet her in person. Her cottage is just adorable an equipped with everything you need plus more. Great spacious house for a big family & a gorgeous view of the lake right outside the door. My family & I spent our Thanksgiving weekend there & we all feel very grateful that we got to spend time together in the Mountains of VT. (We can't wait to go back). I promise you will love her home."
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: November 2016 Review Submitted: November 30, 2016
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  • Family friendly VT mountain adventure

    "Perfect getaway for our family of 5 in Plymouth, VT. Emilia was really easy to work with and contact with questions. The location was awesome--nestled in the woods atop a mountain above a resort and 15-minute drive to Ludlow and Okemo. Swimming, sledding, snowshoeing, x-country skiing options available onsite. The trundle bunk bed allowed the kids to all bunk together. Awesome fireplace and resort staff. Our car got stuck in a snow bank and the resort staff plow team helped us out."
    Guest: exhausted traveler Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: January 1, 2017
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  • Nice and clean!

    "My wife, daughter and I recently rented the property with my brother/sister in law and had a nice stay over Presidents Weekend. The view is lovely! The radiant heat floors are wonderful! The kitchen very well outfitted. And with hard wood floors and a sealed gas fire place...the unit is super clean. No dust anywhere. It's super close to the killington lifts without being part of the honkey-tonk mess that surrounds the main access to the mountain. A nice short drive to the lovely town of Woodstock and Quechee just a little further. Not a bad drive to Okemo either. My wife and her sister did not ski, but took full advantage of the quiet country roads for long walks and the reading by the fire place. Our only "complaints" were that the full size beds in the second and third bedrooms are jammed into tight corners. And the second bath is really small (tight, tight showe, and mini sink). Though it is bedded-out for 8-10 people, 4-6 is really the max that would be comfortable."
    Guest: Matt K. Date of Stay: February 2017 Review Submitted: February 23, 2017
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