Culture lovers will enjoy the village of Ripton, Vermont for its connection to celebrated poet Robert Frost whose cabin retreat is to be found here and also for its typical New England traditional architecture, which includes a fine Greek Revival Church. Beyond the town itself, outdoor enthusiasts will want to head into the dense woods and rocky hills of the Green Mountains from which the state takes its name, with the famous Long Trail that stretches up to the Canadian border passing by the town before leading up to the summit of nearby Bread Loaf Mountain and through the high pass at Middlebury Gap. Stunning views and wild nature abound in the region, and afterwards, what better way to relax could there be than unwinding in the contemporary comfort and traditional elegance of the one of the many cottage and cabin accommodations to be found in the area?