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Vermont is one of the country’s most picturesque states, famous for its bucolic scenes with covered bridges and spectacular year-round foliage. It’s also one of the greenest, hence its nickname, The Green State. To best enjoy its stunning beauty, why not book one of the most stunning Vermont Airbnb rentals for your stay?
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This beautiful and unique Airbnb is the only original Grist Mill & Covered Bridge historic residence in the country. It makes for an especially romantic retreat that includes a private beach that sits along a warm river, complete with float tubes for summer fun, as well as a private deck over the cascading falls. Guests can even go gold panning right off the beach. The residence has four stories with three bedrooms sleeping up to six, including a master suite with a rattan and iron queen posted bed.
The Woodbury House sits across two acres, providing gorgeous views of the mountains and a pond. It includes two bedrooms, sleeping up to four guests and has an open floor plan along with lots of custom features. Guests can enjoy swimming in lakes and ponds, soaking in the hot tub and taking advantage of multiple hiking and biking trails.
Ideal for a couple, sleeping up to two guests, this Nordic-inspired cabin called the Hyggelig Hytte is nestled in the heart of the Green Mountains offering a peaceful stay in the woods for hiking, watching wildlife like deer, hawks, wild turkeys, bats and the occasional black bear. It comes with a fire pit for gathering around and gazing up at the stars, as well as a garden and kitchen with a stove, refrigerator and even some breakfast foods like oatmeal, granola, and fresh eggs when available.
This historic church located in a secluded, hilly neighborhood just a mile from downtown Brattleboro, was converted into a large studio apartment that sleeps up to four. It’s had several different lives, including being a glass studio at one point. It includes a kitchenette with a french press coffeemaker, small refrigerator, induction hot plate, microwave, dishes and utensils along with breakfast foods, tea and coffee.
This beautiful tree cabin offers a fabulous stay surrounded by nature on 40 acres with forest and wetlands, located at the edge of a pond. With lots of glass and windows, you’ll enjoy especially serene views but you’ll probably want to get out and play too – Jay Peak Ski Resort is just over 20 minutes away, and the treehouse comes with a canoe to paddle in as well as a cedar hot tub to relax in.
This incredible timber framed barn home sits across 250 private acres in the Green Mountains, less than a 15-minute drive from Stowe. It accommodates up to 14, including an open concept master bedroom that enjoys spectacular views through big windows and a bathroom with a clawfoot tub. Guest rooms are located in both the barn home and the attached silo, and outside is a pond for swimming and a treehouse.
The Apple Blossom Cottage is absolutely adorable, located near Manchester in the Green Mountains. A “tiny house” it has a private bedroom with a single bed over a double bunk bed, a separate bathroom with a shower and a living room with a futon that folds out to a full bed. There’s Wi-Fi, board and card games and a collection of books along with kitchen amenities for preparing meals.
This off the grid cabin in the Green Mountains is a great spot to completely disconnect from the “real world” and enjoy being immersed in nature, relaxing and taking part in activities like hiking with trails throughout the area. It’s just minutes from the Long Trail as well as skiing and snowboarding, mountain biking, swimming holes, kayaking, fishing and golfing. In the warmer months of the year, it has a solar-heated outdoor shower. There also an outhouse, and seasonal non-potable running water in the kitchen, a propane cook stove, and a wood stove to keep the cabin nice and cozy. It also comes with a cooler and basic cooking tools.
This gorgeous house enjoys panoramic views of Lake Champlain within balking distance to downtown Burlington. It comfortably sleeps eight with five bedrooms and has a fully-equipped kitchen. Many come to enjoy fun out on the water – nearby you can rent sailboats and paddle boards.
This unique log cabin built from Canadian trees over 200 years old offers the ultimate Vermont experience set across five private acres. The three-story house has a luxurious interior with five bedrooms accommodating 14 guests, a fireplace and a great room with a 30-foot ceiling. There’s a gourmet kitchen stocked with all appliances you could ever need and a man cave screening room with a 10-foot bar, pool table, air hockey table, foosball table and a projector with a screen to watch movies from theater seats. Outdoors is a deck with another bar, a grill, tables and chairs for al fresco dining too.
This 6,000-foot home offers the ideal mix of historic and modern, dating from the 1800s, yet with luxurious amenities. It sits within the foothills in the Green Mountains near four ski resorts and comfortably sleeps 17 in eight bedrooms. Windows surround the living room with views looking out to tranquil woodlands. There’s also a huge chef’s kitchen with high-end appliances and a backyard with two ponds for fishing, swimming, paddle boarding and kayaking.
This post-and-beam barn is surrounded by beauty and offers all the comforts of home, and then some. It includes four bedrooms, sleeping up to 10, a professionally-equipped kitchen with Vermont granite and butcher block countertops, heart pine floors and stainless-steel appliances along with a large living area. Look forward to stunning sunsets from the second-floor windows and soaking in the hot tub too.