Beautiful Vacation Rental for Special Events with Pool in Burlington, VermontStowe, Vermont (United States) view map
Description of Glamping Units
This luxury vacation rental is ideal for a reunion, an event, or a wedding and boasts stunning gardens, a pond, and a pool near Burlington, Vermont. There are three separate accommodations that must all be rented together. This includes the main cottage which sleeps 10 people, a guest house for seven people and a stable with a queen-size bed, a bathroom, and a wood stove.
Each of the seven bedrooms, five bathrooms, two kitchens and both family rooms have recently been decorated and renovated. The living room is spacious with seating for 15 in front of a large central fireplace. The dining room features a wood cooking hearth/fireplace and corner cabinets. All first floor rooms are adorned with original hand hewed beams and the unique architecture of this 1827 farmhouse. Read More
- Dining table
- Double bed
- Internet connection
- Kitchen equipment
- Linens provided
- Lounge/Living room
- Private bathroom
- Private pool
- Queen-size bed
- Radio/Stereo system
- Towels provided
- Twin/Single Bed
- Wood-burning stove
Guests must rent all the three units together, the main cottage, the guest house, and the stable. The rolling terrain of this glamping site features two ponds, a tennis court and swimming pool spotted with apple trees.
The larger, fresh water pond on the property can be enjoyed by guests for swimming and canoeing from either property.
Location + Surroundings
This stunning glamping property is centrally positioned within one mile of downtown Stowe and about seven minutes from Stowe Mountain Resort and is one part of three separate dwellings set high up on an 11-acre hilltop, surrounded by an 800 acre working farm. Guests can also visit the beautiful city of Burlington and admire the many attractions it offers. Situated in close proximity to Mount Mansfield, Mount Mansfield State Park, and CC Putnam State Forest, guests will have plenty of opportunities to travel the beautiful surrounding forestry and land. Montreal, Canada is just two and a half hours north and guests can visit a number of points of interest including Notre-Dame Basilica, Mont Royal, and Old Montreal. Read More
This property can host weddings for 100 people or less. Inquire with the host for more information.
- Bird watching
- Body treatments
- Horseback riding
- Hot air balloon
- Mini golfing
- Movie theater
- Music festivals
- Paddle boarding
- Spa treatments
- Water sports
- Winter sports
Vermont is infamous throughout the United States for its rolling farmlands, beautiful lakes, and white-capped mountain peaks. Due to this diverse landscapes, visitors and locals alike can enjoy staying outdoors through every season! In fact, Stowe resort businesses have enjoyed several years of record breaking bookings in all 4 seasons.
Glampers can explore the range of great national parks, hiking trails, and mountain climbing opportunities in and around CC Putnam National Forest, Mount Mansfield State Forest, and Camels Hump State Park, and too, are able to access excellent terrain and trails for hiking, mountaineering, trekking, mountain biking, and horseback riding and don't forget all your winter trail sports like trekking, X-country Skiing and snow shoeing.
Local streams and lakes, especially Lake Champlain, are popular locations for watersports and fishing. Lake Champlain has a sandy beach where glampers can sunbathe, or they can access services for kayaking, canoeing, water skiing, stand-up paddleboarding, and boat rentals. Stowe is also home to many golf courses, so golfers should not forget their clubs! While visiting Lake Champlain visitors should not forget a visit to one of America's largest and most famous working farms located at Shelburne Farms. Did you know that Shelburne Farms was the estate of Lila Vanderbilt Webb, daughter of Cornelius Vanderbilt. History: In 1886, Dr. William Seward and Lila Vanderbilt Webb began acquiring farmland on the shores of Lake Champlain to create a model agricultural estate. Landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, Sr. created conceptual designs for the landscape. Prominent architect Robert H. Robertson designed four major buildings: The Farm Barn, Breeding Barn, Coach Barn and Shelburne House. By the early 1900s, the Webb’s 3,800-acre farm was renowned for its innovative practices, hackney horse breeding enterprise, and grand family residence. Most of it is still operating and intact. There is also a wonder Inn open for about 8 months of the year.
In Stowe, when the snow starts to fall, the ski resorts open their doors and the Stowe winter resort goes into high gear. Guests can enjoy alpine skiing, snowboarding and off course, cross country skiing at the world renowned, Trapp family Lodge and brand new brewery. There is so much to do when the Stowe winters begin that the guests often end up going in several different directions and then come home to sit around indoor or outdoor fires to talk about their accomplishments. Even snowmobile enthusiasts are provided for. The VAS trail passes right alongside the property so guests can hop on it and travel on groomed trails for hundreds of miles north or south.
If visitors choose to spend a night in town, Stowe and Burlington are home to excellent local breweries, may well known night clubs, music venues as well as top rated restaurants.
- It is at the discretion of each individual host as to whether the booking can be rescheduled to another available date. If you cancel at any time, you will not receive any refund.
This cottage rental is perfect for family reunions or groups of two to three families to share. The host can also offer additional accommodations to host up to 40 people in total. Inquire for more information.
Small weddings or groups of 90 or less are also hosted by contacting the owners directly.
There is a refundable damage deposit of $3,000.
If guests cancel 90 days before, the fee is 50% refundable and at 60 days or less it is non-refundable unless the hosts are able to find someone to rent it for the same dates. Read More