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Stunning Stratton Getaway
Welcome to our home at Stratton Mountain!
Hot tub is great year-round and is professionally maintained before every stay.
Main floor family room with a TV and a wood stove.
The TV in the main floor family room.
Seating in the main floor family room.
The wood stove and dining area.
The wood stove. Firewood is provided.
Dining room table.
A look at the dining room and kitchen.
Another look at the kitchen. Great appliances.
Kitchen is fully stocked with everything your group will need!
Another look in the kitchen.
Master Bedroom. En suite, main floor, king bed.
Another look at the master suite.
Upstairs reading area.
Bedroom #2. Two twin beds, second floor.
Bedroom #3. Queen bed, second floor.
Bedroom #4. Two bunk beds, four twin beds total, lower level.
Bedroom #5. Queen bed, lower level.
Game room and entertainment room on the lower level. TV, ping pong and foosball.
We would love to host you!
A bathroom in the home.
About the property
Miles and miles of mountain views! The home is on Stratton Mountain, five minutes from the front door to the slopes, and is an amazing location to take in the fall foliage or enjoy the fresh summer Vermont air. With five bedrooms and three bathrooms, this home offers a high-quality traditional Vermont experience, and has two family rooms, a game room, a hot tub, and a woodburning stove. Whether your group wants to stay in and relax or explore the best that Southern Vermont can offer, this home has you covered!
Five bedrooms are spread on three floors and can sleep up to 12 (10 adults max), with an en-suite master bedroom on the main floor that has an incredible view of the mountains. The remaining four bedrooms have easy access to a bathroom, and we provide fresh towels and linens for every stay.
On the main floor is a family room with a large flat screen TV and a woodburning stove, and a well-stocked kitchen that has top end appliances, including a double oven for those more complex meals. The dining table is next to the kitchen and seats up to eight people comfortably. The lower level also has a family room with a flat screen TV, as well as a game room with ping-pong and foosball.
The entire house is covered by wi-fi with fiber speeds, which means the entire group can be online without worrying about lagging out.
Outside on the upper deck, with an incredible view, is an eight-person hot tub that is available year-round, and is serviced frequently by a professional. Firewood can be found on the upper deck next to the kitchen.
The back yard is private, ringed by trees, and has a firepit.
For those looking for private chefs, catering, grocery delivery, wine and beer tastings, in-house pampering, restaurant reservations, and more, we have a concierge service and would be happy to provide their contact information after a booking!
A Few Recommendations for your Stay
We like to provide our guests with some ideas on how to make the most of their precious vacation days, whether you plan on staying in and relaxing, or if you are looking for an adventure!
After waking up and putting on a pot of your favorite coffee (we have a traditional drip coffee maker) or tea, we recommend enjoying your caffeine on the back porch, taking in the fresh Vermont air. For our cold-weather guests, we also recommend lighting the woodburning stove, which will provide the home with a warmth that is incredible and hard to describe.
For those who are staying in, you can curl up with a good book in the reading area on the top floor, or outside on the deck. You can also hunt for firewood for the firepit on the property, and create a stack to light as the sun sets. We also recommend setting up a friendly foosball and/or ping-pong tournament, with bragging rights or a friendly wager that goes to the victor. Or maybe you just want to slow down and catch up on a movie you have been wanting to see.
For those who are going out, in winter, the answer is easy. A quick 5 minutes away is Stratton, which means you can get in two or three ski sessions a day, while recovering and refueling at the house in between. Stratton is great in the warm season as well, with a golf course, hiking trails, and summer activities that you can find on their website. There is also fishing, once you purchase your license you will be provided with a ton of material by the State of Vermont to assist you in your angling adventure.
Then, as the sun sets, enjoy a glass of your favorite beverage, and spend some time in the hot tub, which is especially great if it is snowing, or when there is a chill in the air, and take in the views as the sun sets. Or your group can gather around the firepit, and listen to the cracking fire and sounds of Vermont’s nature as the sun departs for the day.
Stratton Mountain is five minutes away, Bromley is 17 minutes away, and Mt. Snow is a half an hour away, three great mountains that provide plenty of slopes for those longer ski trips. You are also a very short distance away from Stratton Village, a cozy little mountain base town that has shops and a bit of a nightlife for those who like to go out and make someone else do the cooking. You can also purchase or repair ski and snowboard equipment, or get some winter clothing that you may need.
Bondville and Rawsonville are also only minutes away, and Jamaica, which has amazing restaurants, shops, and stores with everything you need is less than twenty minutes by car. Every Vermont small village has the standard amenities—great places to get a sandwich or pick up a few things for the refrigerator, small shops, and so on—while having its own unique flavor.
Over the mountains and through the woods is Manchester, one of Vermont’s best towns that has great eateries, lovely art galleries and shops, Lincoln’s family home and museums to visit, an off-road driving school (Land Rover Driving Experience), and schools that teach fishing and shooting techniques, perfect for the sportsmen and sportswomen in the group.
Local farms offer incredibly fresh and delicious produce, eggs, meats, cheeses, and baked goods, perfect for use in the great kitchen! Berry picking season is from June to October, and the blueberry festival usually runs from late July to early August. Perfect in salads, pies, or just as a snacking handful, with plenty of varieties, from super sweet to sour.
You can pair your produce purchases and meals with local wines and beers, either directly from the wineries and breweries in Vermont if you are willing to travel, or in the shops you can find in town. It is a great way to support the local economy, and make great gifts for a house/pet sitter, or for friends and family who were not able to make the trip.
We know you will absolutely love this home, its incredible views and pristine location and privacy!
House Accommodation and Amenities
2500 sq. ft.
Bedroom #1 - Master, en suite. Main floor, king bed.
Bedroom #2 - Second floor, 2x twin beds.
Bedroom #3 - Second floor, king bed.
Bedroom #4 - Lower level, bunk bed (twin over twin), additional twin bed (3x bed total in this room.)
Bedroom #5 - Lower level, queen bed.
Three bathrooms. Master is en suite. The other two bathrooms are on the second floor and lower level in between the bedrooms. All have showers and toilets.
Two family rooms
High speed internet
Towels and linens provided
Toilet paper, paper towels
Seats up to 8 comfortably
Check-in : 04-00 PM Check-out : 11-00 AM
With pre-approval only; additional fee may apply
With pre-approval only; additional fee may apply