Fairytale cabin nestled in Vermont

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Farm stay hosted by Ariana

  1. 4 guests
  2. 2 beds
  3. 1 bath
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We love our mountain life in Vermont come enjoy it's charm. We have Groton State Park just down the road 25 minutes and Montpellier 25 minutes away as well. We see lots of wildlife and a starry night sky. This is a safe welcoming place for LGBTQ POC folks. No dogs but cats and bunnies are welcome. We have chickens, goats, a cat and a dog. Chainsawing and chopping wood is so much work! So we are charging $20 a sled full (winter prices) and $10 a small box for fire wood.

The space
Our home is also on the property not far from the cabin. You may see me tending to my gardens or animals this is a working farm. There is a wood stove in the cabin. We do have internet here it is slow but the router is located in the cabin so the strongest signal can be found there, it is strong enough for zoom calls. We are no longer hosting pets, particularly dogs. If you want to bring a cat or bunny you are welcome to.

Wood is for sale $10 a small box or $20 a sled/ full wood box in the winter.

Upon arrival on below freezing days you can expect a fire going in the stove for you and a full wood box. Please pay for the amount of wood you use and additional fire wood is self serve instructions will be in the cabin.

Before leaving please pay with cash or PayPal. If no payment was left I will bill you through airbnb.
Thank you for understanding! Chainsawing trees and chopping wood is so much work!

If you are visiting the farm during the cold seasons here is a list of helpful things to bring...
-Warm Clothes
-Gloves/ Mittens
-Newspaper (for starting fire)
-**Firestarters** (If you don't have a lot of experience making fires or you like to have a fire started quickly I highly recommend buying some fire starters to use during your stay any hardware store in VT will carry them)

P. S. The main heat source is a wood stove, if you need help starting the fire or want me to stoke it while you are away let me know. Also after snow fall we are snowed in until the plow comes. My plow guys usually comes in the morning. To get up the driveway in winter conditions you may have to back up the road to get a fast start.

Important ***electric fence***
there is a hot wire on top of our fenced in livestock area. Be careful not to touch it. To visit the animals feel free to go into the barn.

Kitchen: There is a hot plate, large toaster oven, electric kettle, coffee maker, pots, pans, bowls, utensils, cutting boards, cups, plates, bowls, kitchen knifes, and complimentary coffee and teas.

Bathroom: Towels, face cloths, hand towels, shampoo, conditioner, body soap, all natural facial grains, mask and gel (in bathroom mirror medicine cabinet) toilet and shower.

Lastly we have a strict cancelation policy. Please read it thoroughly before booking.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom area
1 queen bed, 1 sofa bed

What this place offers

Garden view
Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
Air conditioning
Backyard
Indoor fireplace
Fire pit
Microwave
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm

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Where you’ll be

Topsham, Vermont, United States

It is quiet and peaceful where we live. I absolutely love it. We are a 25 minute drive from Montpelier where we enjoy to hang out and shop but at the end of the day I love coming home to our mountain land.

Hosted by Ariana

  1. Joined in December 2017
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Hi! I'm Ariana. I spent most of my life traveling and exploring new places. I love the south west and feel at home among the desert full of cactus and coyote. Feb of 2020 We moved from CA to Vermont! I love tending to the land here and raising my little humble farm family. We have five goats Maple, Moon, Star, Sunshine and Snowflake. We have chickens and occasionally pigs. I grow a big garden of organic fruits and veggies. At times I host WWOOfers on the farm and teach folks about farming and sustainability. My favorite book is Braiding Sweetgrass and you can find a copy of it in our cabin rental. I like lighting storms, hiking, camping and swimming. I come outside almost every night to look at the milky-way across the sky. My toddler and I search for giant bumblebees in the daffodils in the spring and in the winter lay in the snow catching flake on our tongues. Making art makes me happy.
Hi! I'm Ariana. I spent most of my life traveling and exploring new places. I love the south west and feel at home among the desert full of cactus and coyote. Feb of 2020 We moved…

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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: 2:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Checkout: 10:00 AM
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

Health & safety

Airbnb's COVID-19 safety practices apply
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Smoke alarm

Cancellation policy