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Vermont is a picturesque destination ideal for glamping because of its beautiful natural areas and the cozy New England charm. There are many options available to travelers for glamping, including treehouses, yurts, well-appointed tents, and vintage campers. If you’re looking for a unique getaway that offers something different from a standard hotel, check out these Airbnb glamping spots in Vermont!
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This popular treehouse Airbnb accommodates two guests and is a very peaceful place to stay with a treehouse deck that overlooks a stream. It’s an ideal place to come back to after you have been out and about doing some sightseeing, hiking, skiing, or sampling at local breweries and distilleries. The treehouse has a beautiful interior design, large recycled windows from an old schoolhouse, and natural materials throughout the space. The interior measures 10 feet by 16 feet with a loft, and the deck measures 16 feet by four feet. You’ll love the hammock and campfire space below the treehouse and cooking simple meals on the camp stove. Guests can use the composting toilet in the treehouse and also the full modern bathroom in the main house. Your Airbnb host also provides two kayaks, lawn games, snowshoes, and sleds for guests to use.
Many people enjoy glamping in vintage campers, which is why this Hartland option is a big hit on Airbnb. It accommodates two guests and is near Woodstock and Quechee. It’s in a rustic wooded setting by a pond. The hosts have a 1955 El Rey trailer and a 1947 Curtis Wright Airstream available here – this listing is for the Airstream. Guests will be on a 12-acre property that’s heavily wooded and be able to use an outdoor summer kitchen because there is not an enclosed kitchen in the camper. Also included are some communal camp pans you can use. Stay here for a rustic experience that’s clean, cozy, and wonderfully vintage. Showers are available at Quechee State Park, a 5.7-mile drive away and $4 fee with quarters.
Head to Saint Johnsbury, Vermont to stay in this treehouse for up to six people. It is a beautiful retreat that’s 0.5-mile from Stephen Huneck Gallery and Dog Mountain. The treehouse is handcrafted with reclaimed timber and vintage materials, and it’s decorated with eclectic and antique touches. It offers a gas fireplace, full kitchen, private ski trails, an exterior bar with a covered porch, and a dog kennel. There is no air conditioning, TV, or Wi-Fi here. Guests can use the fire pit, may be able to bring a dog for a $50 fee, and may need a 4WD/AWD vehicle to access the treehouse in the winter due to snow.
Here’s a glampsite that works well for two people who want to spend time in the woods. It’s on 45 acres of land and gives you great access to canoeing, kayaking, swimming, and fishing. There’s an outdoor kitchen here with culinary essentials, as well as a porta-potty, water tank, and fire pit. This is a great alternative to a crowded campground because it’s private and also close to hiking trails and backcountry roads for biking. There’s no electricity at the site, but you can bring a charger to charge your device at the host’s house.
Here’s another great treehouse that accommodates two people and is in Hancock. It’s surrounded by Green Mountain wilderness and among the maple trees. Therefore, it’s an amazing place to be during the colorful fall foliage season. You’ll need to walk along a path to access the treehouse and can bring pets for a potentially refundable $60 pet fee. There’s a composting toilet on the treehouse platform, seasonal heated outdoor shower, electric heaters, and insulation in the treehouse. There is internet and a small smart TV inside the treehouse as well.
You’ll also love this glamping tent when you plan your stay for Wells, Vermont. The tent sleeps two people at Harmony Homestead Farm and is close to Killington, Manchester, and Lake George. It offers a 14-foot by 12-foot space, a full-size bed, and a peaceful place to stay on 100 acres of rolling green hills. It’s on a sustainable farm and offers guests access to a shared separate kitchen cabin, outhouse, hiking trails, outdoor solar shower, and building with a main bath and common living area.
For two guests in Putney, this highly-rated yurt offers a private deck, electricity, hot and cold running water, Wi-Fi, an outdoor shower, and swimming holes nearby. The shower is only available during non-snowy months, but there is a full kitchen here and warmth with the heated wood. The deck overlooks the woods and fields to give you a very private getaway experience. There are two friendly dogs on the property, which has cell phone service for most carriers. The hosts here have six acres with a cottage that is also available for rent.
The Birch Tree Acres Yurt is in Danville, Vermont and a great choice for two guests. It is a 16-foot yurt that is primitive with no electricity or running water. However, it has an outhouse nearby, and you’ll be surrounded by a screened-in gazebo and paths through 30 acres of woods. The yurt is unheated, cell service is spotty, and there is no Wi-Fi, so come here to disconnect with technology and reconnect with nature. It’s important to check into the yurt before dark so you can get properly oriented.
It’s also fun to stay in a yurt while you’re in Vermont, such as this one for up to three guests. The yurt is in a central Vermont location near hiking, swimming, and skiing. It’s on a working permaculture homestead and farm and offers a traditional Finnish sauna and pool. The hot tub, sauna, and pool are clothing-optional and shared. The hosts here have two other accommodation options at this location, and this one is more secluded than the other yurt. It is a 14-foot yurt where you can hear a stream nearby, make a fire in the woodstove, and with kitchen essentials for basic cooking. Depending on when you visit, you may even be able to get garden produce, raw milk, and berries from the farm.
Stay in this Burke, Vermont yurt that accommodates two people and allows more space with tents next to the yurt. It is less than two miles from the Kingdom Trails for biking and also near Burke Mountain. The yurt is on 38 acres of land and has water and a clean wooden outhouse. It’s 12-inches in diameter and allows pets. There is no electricity at the yurt. Nearby hiking destinations are Lake Willoughby State Park and Burke Mountain.
As you can tell by now, yurts are wonderfully common in Vermont! This one accommodates four guests in Monkton and is 30-feet in size. Come here for a serene, introspective getaway, or plan a larger event or retreat in the surrounding fields with tents. This Airbnb listing has a separate indoor kitchen and offers farm tours, floral workshops, and personalized catered meals. Hiking and biking trails are right outside the yurt on this working farm.
Glamping adventures are also fun in this fully weatherized screen house in Starksboro for up to three guests. It has a memory foam mattress, sleeping bags, hot shower, private toilet, grill, and an outdoor kitchen. Come here to see the starry night sky and take a dip in the nearby river. Glamping is available here from May to October, you don’t need to bring your own camping gear, and the space isn’t suitable for dogs or young children.
This four-person yurt is a 10-minute drive to Montpelier. It’s near historic sites, restaurants, dirt roads for biking, cross-country ski trails, and hiking. Therefore, it offers the best of both worlds while exploring the area. You’ll be in a private space at the back of the host’s property. The yurt does not have indoor plumbing, so guests use a portalet. The yurt is cozy in the winter with a wood stove and close to nature with lots of natural light inside too. While you’re here, check out the Little River, Groton, Camel’s Hump, and Mount Mansfield parks.
This socially distanced yurt sleeps two people and offers a rustic experience while also having Wi-Fi, power outlets, and a king-size bed. It has a seasonal outdoor shower and composting toilet about 20 feet away. You’ll be near a small orchard and flower garden here while also hearing the nearby creek. There is a dog and outdoor farm cat on the property. A small heater is provided for guests who stay here on chilly days.