Amenities include

 

To give you a better idea of what is available in the cabin for your use and to limit your need to pack certain items please see the basic list below. If you have any specific questions please send me an email. Thanks!

Both bedrooms will be made up with fresh linens and there is an extra set for each. There are clothes hangers and in the basement you will find an iron and ironing board if you feel you can’t do without it but Vermont is very casual. There is an alarm clock and floor fans in both bedrooms. The upstairs bedroom has a TV with DVD player and numerous tapes for adults and kids. Both bedrooms have desks for your laptop if you wish to make use of the wireless high speed internet available in the cabin.

The bathrooms each have a hairdryer and there are some shampoo products should you forget your own. There are several sets of towels including a beach towel. There are also 4 terry cloth robes. If you use them please remember to put them with the dirty towels on your departure. One bath has a shower only and the other has a jetted tub with a hand held shower nozzle. Cleaning products are either under the bathroom sink, or in the basement. Paper products are provided with additional supplies in the basement.

The Bedroom Layouts are described here to help you plan for how it works for your group of travelers  The loft bedroom has a queen size bed and a small private bathroom with the jetted bathtub. The main floor bedroom has a bunk bed in which the top is a single and the bottom is full-sized. Across the hall is a large bathroom with a shower (no tub). The basement which is unfinished, but bright and airy, has a queen size futon and 2 canvas slung camping cots. If you plan to use the cots bring a sleeping bag as that works better than trying to put sheets on them.

The living room has a CD player and a few CDs, a TV with a VCR player. Although most people don’t come to VT to watch TV, I should point out that due to the look angle to the satellite and DirecTV issues with local affiliates, you will not get NBC or PBS on the TV. There are also family games on the book shelf along with a selection of books to read. Numerous brochures of what to do in the area and a bird watching guide. The glass fronted soapstone wood stove is a centerpiece for the room as an added bit of atmosphere to the warm of the furnace. Firewood is provided. There is a ceiling fan in the cathedral ceiling of the living room creating not only cool air during the summer but also distributing the hot air in the Winter. The dining area has a table with 6 chairs, tablecloth, place mats, napkins are provided. A vacuum cleaner is in the downstairs closet to help clean up any spills.

The kitchen is fully equipped with a full refrigerator, gas stove, dishwasher and a complete assortment of pots and pans. Everyday wear, flatware, cutlery, glasses and numerous serving containers complete the cabinet. There is your usual assortment of small appliances like microwave, toaster, coffee maker, coffee bean grinder, blender and tea kettle. The pantry also has spices and kitchen staples so that you don’t have to buy a huge bag of sugar or flour during your short stay. There is a phone in the kitchen and upstairs bedroom. There is a corded phone in the basement to use in case of power outages.

The deck has a propane grill and should the gas run out there is an extra canister in the basement. There are wicker chairs and table for the porch, a picnic table and benches and hammock for your enjoyment during the warmer seasons.

The basement also has some alternative sleeping capabilities with a queen size futon and 2 camping cots. There is a washer, dryer, 2 ladies bicycles, plastic sled, and the storage area for extra paper products and cleaning items. There are several dog crates available for your use – a huge Great Dane sized crate and several others of varying sizes.

Should you be bringing your horses with you there is a barn with water tub, hose, water buckets, storage area for your tack and the hay you bring. Each stall has a feed bucket and hay rack. The stalls can be shut with a tube gate for closure or left open as a run-in area from the small wooded paddock. There is a water hydrant near the barn and a pitchfork and wheelbarrow are provided to assist you in striping the stalls when you leave. No there are no horses provided….but there is a horse riding facility (Kedron Valley Stables) 3 miles away where you can probably squeeze in a lesson or ride in their horse drawn wagons!