The modern and luxurious lodge is solar and geothermal-powered. It offers six bedrooms, a large kitchen with two dining areas, a well-appointed common room and a spa area with a large sauna.
Kick back and relax after a long day outside or hang out in one of the many inviting spaces on a chilly evening. Enjoy the expansive southern views from the stone front patio or relax in a cozier setting on the screened-in rear porch, nestled in an apple orchard and looking out on the bocce and volleyball courts.
All rooms are equipped with refrigerators, and Wi-Fi is available throughout the lodge. Except in the case of whole-lodge rentals, a light continental breakfast is served daily, along with Vermont Coffee Company coffee and assorted teas. Catering recommendations are available upon request.
Minimum stay of two nights. Rates vary by room and date and can be determined by entering dates in the booking engine.
The largest room offers valley and meadow views and direct access to the front stone patio. Read a book in the chaise lounge or take a long soak in the Jacuzzi tub. King bed, with a private bath and walk-in closet.
This luxuriously spacious room offers majestic southern views and hand-crafted woodwork throughout. Choose a book and enjoy it in the oversized rocking chairs. Queen bed, shares a bathroom with the Vista Room.
This room offers a panoramic view of the valley and distant mountains, the best view from any bedroom. King bed, shares a bathroom with the Library Room. Temporary desk and chair available.
This spacious room exudes charm. Enjoy the southern view from the quaint window seats in the dormers or read a book in the rocking chair. Queen bed with a walk-in closet, shares a bathroom with the Thoreau and Grafton rooms.
Take in the southern valley view, read the works of Henry David Thoreau and enjoy the paintings of Walden Pond. Write down your own reflections while seated at the Mission-style desk. Queen bed, shares a bathroom with the Cottage and Grafton rooms.
This cozy room offers meadow and backyard views. One dormer offers a desk for writing and the other a rocking chair for reading. Queen bed, shares a bathroom with the Cottage and Thoreau Rooms.