Stay in one of three bedrooms with a queen-sized or full bed and gorgeous views of fields and forest. There are two shared bathrooms, a fireplace stove and homemade quiche for breakfast with a fresh pot of coffee or tea. Located in central Vermont
1840's Farmhouse with amazing views from every room in the house. Each of the three bedrooms features a queen-sized bed. There is a wood stove - fireplace in the living room which welcomes guests with a warm cheery fire on cold days. There are 2 shared bathrooms.
Breakfast is included and often consists of homemade quiche, coffee or tea. Please let me know if you are vegetarian or are allergic to anything. Also, please let me know if you prefer pancakes, eggs or cereal with yogurt with fresh seasonal fruit.
There is limited Wifi at the house or high speed Wifi in South Royalton.
The bed and breakfast is located just 2 1/2 miles from South Royalton where you will find a couple of nice restaurants, Five Olde and the Worthy Burger. In the summer there is a Farmers Market on the Green each Thursday afternoon with a band concert following in the evening. Vermont Law School, the top Environmental Law School in the country, is also located in South Royalton.
NOTE: This booking is for 1 bedrooms with a queen-sized bed which can accommodate up to 2 people. The house has two shared bathrooms. There are up to 3 rooms available with a queen-sized be in each.
Come onto the porch and I will show you around. Here is the kitchen where I will make breakfast for you. Then the living room with a roaring fire in cold months. Two shared bathrooms and a music room. Outdoors you will find paths through the fields and forest leading to a waterfall.
I love to meet and chat with new guests but sometimes I need to be away for a good part of the day.
Watch the cows in the field or walk up the road to the horse farms. Climb the hill to the sheep farm. Walk the forest paths. Just down the hill past the White River you come to the village where you will find a co-op selling healthy foods, Vermont Law School, a bank, and the Worthy Burger.
Buses, trains and planes all come to Vermont but to get around in this rural state you will need a car. Car rentals are available at any terminus. We are 2 1/2 hours from Boston, 3 hours from Montreal and 5 hours from NYC.
Nearby you will find lots of ski areas, cross country skiing, snow boarding, antique mall, hiking, fishing, biking, tubing, lake or river swimming, bird watching, historic sites, Ben and Jerry's factory, Maple Sugar demonstrations, arts and crafts shows and fairs, county fairs, Vt, Sheep and Wool Festival, Tunbridge World's Fair, Morgan Horse Show, Balloon Festival and so much more...
Evelyn is a wonderful host. She is very easy to contact and responds very quickly. Evelyn made sure all of her guests were properly accommodated for.
My stay with Evelyn was absolutely perfect. The house is nestled in the beautiful mountains of Vermont, and the home is perfect for couples, and even big families.
Evelyn made sure there was breakfast for all of her guests. Her home is filled with books and movies.
Watch the sunrise on the porch with a great cup of coffee, cozy up next to the fire and enjoy her delicious quiche, and roll around in the snow during the winter months.
I definitely recommend her home to anyone looking for a real Vermont experience- and a great one, at that!
Great host, nice location. Thanks so much!
We reached very late. She was up and waiting for us. We again left early morning. She asked us our preferences and made sure that we had hot breakfast before we left.
My girlfriend and I had a great stay here during President's Day weekend. The house is comfortable and charming; exactly what come's to mind when I think BNB. Evelyn was very friendly, helpful and accommodating to our special requests. Breakfast was very good and filling.
It was like a mini dream vacation for us. Evelyn's home is so so beautiful, charming and cozy. It's an old farmhouse with unique little nooks and crannies, beautiful wood floors and wall colors. We sat near the fire, drank hot tea and apple cider, drove through the stunning Green Mountains (which are very close to Evelyn's) and took in all of the foliage. The home is centrally located so it's easy to take a trip up to Burlington if you please.
Evelyn was so very accommodating and really made us feel right at home. As other's have mentioned she will make sure to take good care of you and give you tips on where to visit, what to see, what to eat. Breakfast was on the table at 8 am with fresh coffee, french toast and pure vermont maple syrup. Yum. We could not have asked for a better accommodation than Evelyn's. Her home is quite cozy and gives you an authentic Vermont experience.
This is the final rate, including any fees from the host and Airbnb.