My three-bedroom house sits in a clearing on a babbling brook in the Mad River Valley, seven miles from Route 100. Beautiful setting, lots of art and books, with hiking trails, rivers for kayaking, and the promise of an extraordinary foliage season (peaks around October 5th).
The privacy makes this space unique. People describe it as peaceful, cozy, enchanting, a real getaway. For some unknown reason, my house is listed twice on AirB&B, which I am trying to rectify. Thank you for your patience.
Guests are allowed to use the kitchen when I am there. They can park their car in the barn/garage.
Interaction with Guests
If I am there, I greet guests in the morning, and help them plan their itineraries as I know the area well. If I am not there, I have someone on board to answer questions.
I live in the country. The driveway is 1/4 mile long. I have seen moose, deer, wild turkeys and other animals on a regular basis. A six mile drive into Waitsfield is a resort town, with a great grocery store, great shops, and all the latte you can drink.
There is no public transport. Montpelier is 20 miles away, Stowe is around 45 minutes away, and Burlington is one hour.
Other Things to Note
My house has steep stairs leading to the upstairs. One might bump into a snake in the summer walking down to the brook, but they are harmless. And there is a maid's fee added on.
With respect for the home and property.
Stay here and you could give this host their first review!
I have a home in central Vermont, where Ramsey was born and raised, seven miles up a dirt road, and situated on a brook. I had a mystery novel, CHAMPAGNE: The Farewell, published last year, and the second, set in Bordeaux, will be published early in 2014. Ramsey writes one-woman shows and performs them and is, in fact, due in Vermont next week where she will debut her new show. I'm divorced, and Ramsey is single. We will be arriving on the train, and wonder if it's easy to get a taxi. My email is (email hidden).