LOG CABIN VACATION HOME| VERMONT | TWO BEDROOM AND LOFT | PRIVATE | GREAT GETAWAY

Gnome Log Cabin for 2 - 6 people on Pittsford and Brandon town line

  6 guests
  2 bedrooms
  2 full bathrooms
  1500 sq. ft.

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Property Features

Sleeping Arrangement

 
Bedroom 1
1 Queen
 
Bedroom 2
1 Double / Full
 
Common Space
1 King

Description

VERMONT LOG CABIN, Brandon, Vermont
Located between Pittsford and Brandon, our Vermont Gnome Log Cabin is a perfect location for a getaway any time of the year. Cabin contains a collection of Gnomes who enjoy the cabin.  This comfortable, well-equipped, log cabin is sequestered among the whispering pines and offers privacy and tranquility backing up to the Green Mountain National Forest. Sitting above the valley, up on a hill, you are afforded expansive views of the Hubberton Mountain Range. Often you will be visited by numerous types of wild life including owls, wild turkeys and/or deer as they meander past the cabin. Located 12 miles north of Rutland, 20 miles south of Middlebury and 30 minutes from Killington, you won't be lost for things to do. There are nearby golf courses, lakes, and shopping. Spend a day at the Shelburne Museum, The VT Teddy Bear Factory and Shelburne Winery. This clean and well-maintained log cabin invites to you come and relax or X-Country Ski , snowmobile or hike on 225 acres. This cabin is perfect for 4 people but has beds for more. Six can sleep comfortably in the two bedrooms (1 Full, 1 Queen) and loft.(1 King) 1 Bath in Master Bedroom suite with tub/shower, 1 Bath with shower only. Amenities include DISH SatelliteTV, Satellite WIFI, Bose radio, Smart TV, DVD with video/DVD collection. This cabin is a cherished family getaway spot.  We do not recommend this place for children under 10.  

Beds:
First Floor: Queen, Double 
Loft: King (wake up to awesome mountain views)
Bathrooms:
First Floor: 1 Full,  and 1 (3/4) Shower 

BRANDON, VERMONT
Located Just 4 miles south of Brandon, VT.  Brandon’s self-guided Historic Walking Tour will whisk you back a century or two as you meander through our tree-lined village and discover our architecture, history, and some of our colorful former residents. Many of Brandon’s oldest homes, shops, and churches stand as stately as ever. The area is full of covered bridges waiting for discovery. Stephen A. Douglas, nicknamed the “Little Giant,” was born in Brandon in 1813. While he headed to Illinois to pursue a career in law and politics in 1833, he served the country in many offices until his death in 1861. He was a candidate for president against Abraham Lincoln and is best remembered for the famous Lincoln-Douglas debates. Douglas’ birthplace, near the intersection of Routes 7 and 73 West, is now the Brandon Museum and Visitor’s Center.The Governor has called Brandon “The Art and Soul of Vermont” – and for good reason. In and around town you’ll find folk artists, fabric artists, computer artists, super realists, nonrepresentational expressionists, workers in traditional decorative arts, watercolor, jewelry, pottery, glass, sculpture, print makers, photographers … with new and exciting talent exhibiting fresh work all the time. Brandon’s artists contribute to our strong sense of community spirit and the creative economy. The Brandon Artists Guild’s annual fundraiser has become a highly anticipated event, as artists create original works for public display and auction. Thanks to the vision of renowned folk artist and Brandon resident Warren Kimble and others, our little town has become one of the most exciting places to experience art in the state of Vermont – if not the entire Northeast. Biking, hiking, boating, golfing, fishing, skiing – do it all within just a few miles of downtown Brandon. The trails are plentiful, the waters are clear, the mountains embrace the sky.
 

Amenities

 
In addition to features at the top of this listing, you will also have the following amenities to enhance your experience:

Linen
- included no additional Charge or bring your own
Pets - Unfortunately, we do not accept pets at this property due to allergies
Covered Porch 
Lawn and Deck Furniture
Fireplace (wood burning)
WIFI, Smart TV, DVD
Washer/Dryer in basement
Well equipped gourmet kitchen
Spectacular Mountain Views
 

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Reviews

Reviewed: Aug 17, 2020
Property Manager
Audrey and Jeff were great, even though we didn't meet in person they called and checked in. We already are thinking of coming back!
Property
My friends and I had an amazing stay here. We spent a full week and it was the perfect remote getaway trip. The cabin was even better in person. The tranquility of being immersed in trees and eating out on the porch overlooking a beautiful mountain I felt so at peace. It's pretty close to several hiking spots as well as lakes we barely scratched the surface of all the hiking. There's also an outdoor grill also that we used every night.
Ithaca, US
Reviewed: Feb 23, 2016
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Check-Out Time:  no later than 10:00 AM

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