Dog-Friendly Cabin Overlooking Caspian Lake in Northeast Kingdom, Vermont
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- Pets allowed
Guests will find a queen-size bed in the first bedroom and two twin beds in the second bedroom. Additional cots are available as well. The bathroom features a vintage clawfoot bathtub with a shower. Linens and towels are provided. In the living room, guests will find a sofa, a table with chairs, and a stove. The retro kitchenette comes with a two-burner range and a sink.
Outside, guests will find a covered porch and parking right by the cabin on a private drive. The cabin is situated close to the main lodge of the site, right above the latter's gardens, and it is just a five-minute walk away from the site's private beach on Caspian Lake.
During their stay, guests will also enjoy full access to the amenities, common spaces, and outdoor facilities of the lodge, which include Wi-Fi, breakfast, a dining room, a game room, a living room, a bar, a Queen Anne wraparound porch with seating, a ski hut, and hiking and cross-country skiing trails that wind through the lodge's 136-acre property.
- Queen-size bed
- Lounge/Living room
- Dining room
- Game room
- Twin/Single bed
- Cooking basics
When the bar is closed, the dining room is open for guests to enjoy self-catered meals in its spacious, 60-seat setting. Here, guests will also be served a daily breakfast, which consists of muffins, pastries, baked eggs, fruit, and a choice of coffee, tea, and/or juice. From July through mid-August, dinner options are available from Thursday through Monday.
Wi-Fi is available throughout the lodge's common spaces, and cabin guests are welcome to use it.
Outside, guests will find a tennis court, a private beach on Caspian Lake, a ski hut, a Queen Anne wraparound porch with seating, and hiking and cross-country skiing trails that wind through the lodge's 136-acre property.
Location + Surroundings
Surveying the grounds, guests will find a mixture of forests and wetlands with hiking trails and groomed cross-country skiing trails woven through them. The latter marks the beginning of the Greensboro Nordic Trail System and are connected to the Craftsbury Outdoor Center, where guests will also find mountain biking trails and ponds on which they can go sculling.
The site also boasts the longest private beach on Caspian Lake, the pristine waters of which lend themselves to aquatic recreation and provide a habitat for salmon, yellow perch, smelt, bullhead, pumpkinseed, and a variety of trout, along with the loons who dive to catch them. Other part-time and full-time residents of the lake and its surroundings include moose, deer, wild turkeys, kingfishers, and a variety of migrating birds.
The cabin is located about an hour from three ski resorts: Jay Peak, Stowe Mountain Resort, and Burke Mountain, all of which are based in towns that play host to an array of attractions in addition to world-class skiing, such as restaurants, pubs, spas, shops, art galleries, and an indoor water park. Dining, imbibing, and shopping options can also be found in the surrounding towns of Greensboro, Craftsbury, Glover, Albany, and Hardwick. In these towns, guests will also find attractions such as the Bread and Puppet Theater and Museum, Circus Smirkus, Mirror Theater, and Highland Center for the Arts.
The cabin is about an hour and a half from Burlington, where guests will find the nearest international airport.
- Water sports
- Winter sports
- Wine tasting
- Wildlife watching
Right at the 136-acre site on which the property is located, guests will enjoy a variety of activity options both on land and water.
On land, guests can take advantage of the site's hiking and cross-country skiing trails, which connect with the Greensboro Nordic Trail System and the Craftsbury Outdoor Center. At the latter, guests will also find trails for mountain biking, with more opportunities for mountain biking and fat biking to be found at Kingdom Trails in East Burke. Guests can also play tennis at the on-site tennis court.
On water, guests can go swimming, snorkeling, kayaking, canoeing, boating, and water skiing on Caspian Lake in the summer. The lake is also a prime spot for fishing year-round, with salmon, yellow perch, smelt, bullhead, pumpkinseed, and a variety of trout to be caught.
For skiing and snowboarding, guests can hit the slopes at ay Peak, Stowe Mountain Resort, and Burke Mountain.
For dining, imbibing, and entertainment, guests will find options right at the on-site dining room and bar, the latter of which is open on weekends and hosts special events. More options can be found in the surrounding towns, particularly Hardwick.
For arts and culture, guests can visit and attend performances at the Bread and Puppet Theater and Museum, Circus Smirkus, Mirror Theater, and Highland Center for the Arts.
Check-in: 3:00 a.m.
Check-out: 11:00 a.m.
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Pets allowed additional charge
Some spaces are shared