1797 Vt Farm House See the Stars!

Apartment - Entire home/apt · Rogers Road, Westford, VT 05494, United States
Your host, Frank
32 Reviews
Response rate: 90%
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The Space

Sunny first floor of a true Federal Style Vermont Farm House dating from 1797! includes: seven rooms (1000 sf): south and west facing bedroom, adjoining large bathroom, updated kitchen, south facing dining room, and separate living room. Listen to the soothing sound of the brook out your bedroom window or cozy up to the Vermont Castings Stove. Walk, ski, run, or mountain bike on our private trails that traverse open pasture and forest. Venture further on miles of trails that lead to the huge V.A.S.T system designed for snowmobilers but allow in our case access to skiers, walkers, mountain bikers, geocachers, trail runners, and horseback riders.
For you long distance runners looking to get in your miles. The Town of Westford is blessed with miles and miles and miles of dirt roads perfect for your knees and your training runs.
Finally since the Farm House sits at the "end of the road" in a beautifully secluded location next to hundreds of acres of undeveloped forest you should be able to see the stars like never before!
And yet for all this quiet and solitude you are only 7.8 miles from the grocery store, adventure park with zip lines, pharmacy, cinema, shops, even a 7 million dollar spa and indoor pool for your day use if you feel so inclined. Downhill skiing is not far: 25 minutes to Smuggler's Notch puts you on the lift there, Stowe Mountain Resort, Trapp Family Lodge, Bolton Valley, and Jay Peak are all easy day trips.
In the other direction discover amazing Lake Champlain, the sixth Great Lake in the U.S. with a myriad of recreational opportunities.
As a rock and ice climber I can point you in the right direction for those local activities as well.
For those who are looking for night life, Burlington (email hidden) town with lots of offerings. With one queen sized bed in the Master Bedroom, one queen sized futon and one queen sized leather sleep sofa the Farm House can accomodate 3 couples quite comfortably.

Guest Access

please keep out of the old barns, sheds, basement, and second floor

Interaction with Guests

I try my best to greet all my guests and to get them settled when they arrive at the Farm House. I provide freshly baked bread, eggs, butter, half & half, and Green Mountain Coffee Roasters' coffee for the morning.
Please call me and or text anytime of the day or night if you have a concern or question. Use your cell phone or the house phones (corded or wireless) to contact me. Dont worry about the time of day you contact me. I am happy to respond. I am here to make your stay an enjoyable one.

The Neighborhood

Westford is one of the 251 small towns of Vermont. We are blessed with lots of dirt roads and not a single traffic light. We (email hidden) with its Civil War memorial statue, library, white clapboard, steepled Congregational Church, town office, small general store, and on the green itself an ice hockey rink in the winter, concert venue and Friday (3:30-6:30) farmers market in summer months. Not far from the green we have our own historic wooden covered bridge.
Nearby check out the quintessential Vermont town of Jericho Center, Vermont 05465 with its country store opened in 1807.

Getting around

bring your car, truck, van, camper, motorcycle, bicycle, mountain bike, running shoes, hiking boots

Room type: Entire home/apt
Accommodates: 6
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 3
Extra people: $60 / night after 2 guests
Weekly Price: $775 /week
Monthly Price: $3000 /month
Security Deposit: $100
Cleaning Fee: $30
Check In: 3:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM (noon)
Cancellation: Strict
Pet Owner: Dog(s)

Overall Guest Satisfaction

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  • The farm house was everything I was hoping for, quiet, inviting, comfortable and totally relaxing. Frank was a very accommodating, and attentive host allowing me the privacy to thoroughly unwind, but making sure that everything was meeting expectations. Great place, great host. Highly recommend and look forward to going back for a longer stay.

    July 2014
  • Frank's farmhouse is a charming retreat. It (email hidden) to get away somewhere quiet, the weather didn't cooperate during our stay but we still managed to get some of the best of the area. If you have a dog, this is an amazing stay. Our dog Scout woke us up in the morning just so she could go run around the yard and go on long walks down dirt roads.
    Frank himself is an extraordinary host. Immediately he makes you feel welcome and lets it be known that he is there to help. We truly enjoyed meeting him.

    June 2014
  • Frank is personable. The property is lovely. The house seems to be too much for him to manage.

    June 2014
  • Frank gave us a really warm welcome to his charming farm house, set in beautiful surroundings and ideal for capturing the Vermont atmosphere. He suggested some great ideas for local sights too. We both loved the woodburning stove and wouldn't hesitate to recommend Frank and this property.

    May 2014
  • (email hidden)! I've booked this old farmstead with full of charm really last minute early in the morning, and I got a quick answer from Frank. Frank is a really nice guy. He was there to make sure that we had a great weekend in the area and talking with him was a real pleasure. He cooked a good bread for us at the house and we had everything in the fridge for having a nice stay. Again, like I said, the house was just perfect. It is located at the end of the road, in the middle of nature. It have a super great sound system for listening to your music in front of the fireplace! It is just like a dream. The house is big enough for 3 couples!

    Again, thank you Frank for everything! We will come back for sure!

    March 2014
  • We had a great stay! The house has lots of character, the beds are comfortable and the surrounding area is beautiful. Spent our days skiing at Stowe and smugglers notch and went to dinner in Burlington night. Would recommend this to anyone looking for a relaxing vacation.

    March 2014
  • Had a wonderful time reading by the wood-fire stove, cooking in the fully-stocked kitchen and exploring all over the massive property. Frank was incredibly accommodating and had taken care of everything we could have asked for, which made for an extra comfortable stay. The farmhouse was greatly hidden amongst farms, which made for very peaceful nights, but was still close enough to Burlington that we could go out for dinner and drinks no problem. Very much hoping to visit again in the summer when everything is green!

    March 2014
  • My husband and I stayed here with another couple and really enjoyed ourselves. The house is spacious with ample room between bedrooms and yet still is very cozy. Frank is a very attentive, accommodating and helpful host.

    All in all, I highly recommend, especially if you are sharing with friends!

    February 2014
  • The farmhouse was wonderful and Frank (email hidden). We were greeted with fresh bread and local beer and a warm fire.

    We were 3 separate bedrooms and everyone had lots of comfortable space and privacy. The kitchen was fully appointed and the surround sound was a nice touch.

    Didn't get to explore the property since we spent the days skiing but I hope to return in the summer. Very much recommend this location!

    February 2014
  • We had a wonderful stay at the farmhouse. Frank was very gracious, offering us freshly baked bread when we arrived, and was willing to help us out with restaurant and entertainment recommendations. It was a great get away from the city!

    February 2014
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Teacher and Experiential Educator who works with students with special health needs, ice climber, kayaker, birder who loves the outdoors. Married Christian man ( 38 years) We raised 6 children, 5 daughters and one son on the farm We were a home schooling family for many years now with three grandsons. I have owned draft horses, chickens, goats, and geese over the years. I have climbed the third tallest peak on the North American Continent. Can you name it?
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