|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
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A quintessential Vermont getaway, this three-bedroom, two-bathroom Woodstock vacation rental features an outdoor fireplace, access to great skiing, plenty of room for up to six guests, and picturesque views next to the Ottauquechee River - all within a secluded woodland setting!
If you like to play in the outdoors, this is the place for you! Suicide Six Ski Area is just seven miles away, and if you go just a bit farther you'll reach Killington Ski Resort, which contains some of the best slopes New England has to offer. If you're visiting in the spring or summer, kayaking, rock climbing, canoeing, fishing, mountain biking, and more activities are just beyond your doors.
The home itself is a log cabin-style woodsy retreat that's been updated for modern day living. Contemporary appliances in the kitchen, comfortable seating in the living room, a custom crafted dining table, cozy sleeping quarters, and picture windows are some of the carefully chosen appointments that will make you feel right at home. A charcoal grill is also available.
Three bedrooms can accommodate up to six guests - a bedroom upstairs, and two bedrooms downstairs. Two bedrooms have queen-size beds, while a third has four twin beds. With sparse furnishings, the bedrooms allow you to focus on what you've come here for: catching up on rest and relaxation!
You can also catch up on any laundry you have - a washer/dryer is included. Also, go ahead and check your email while you're here, as WiFi is provided.
Make it a full day of sightseeing in the quaint town of Woodstock, which lies four miles west and has boutique shops, eclectic dining, and art galleries. Or put on your hiking boots and go explore the trails in the Quechee Gorge, which is four miles east.
So pack your bags and don't forget to bring your sense of adventure for an activity-filled New England getaway in the woods of Central Vermont!