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                           Vermont Cottage

Vermont Cottage Vacation Rental on Lake Amherst

Plymouth, Vermont 05056

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Non-smoking property

Rustic charm with modern upscale amenities

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"It's like renting a whole B & B for yourself!'"JD NYC.

Lake Amherst, Plymouth, Vermont. The spirited traveling family or group will enjoy a feast of colors and furnishings in this quintessential boutique-style 1930's cottage with modern creature comforts. Occupy the entire cottage with lush lawns, snowy or not: and lake-side seats, winter or summer. This commodious cottage features 5 bedrooms with
1) a king bed, 2) queen bed, 3) 2 twins, 4) 2 doubles, 5) a queen and a twin. There is an added bonus sleeping porch in the summer to complete a 6 bedroom cottage. There are 4 bathrooms, an efficient galley kitchen geared towards "foodies" & kitchenette upstairs in a get-away living space. The best is the screened-in porch with antique rocking chairs overlooking the lake, large enough for the entire party. Guests can enjoy the entire property that comes with boats, floats, fire pits, a fireplace, and plenty of wood.

The cottage is unique for its privacy in great get-away spaces. The décor is well suited for those seeking romantic getaways, as well as for business people desiring space to work.
Cottage offers Wi-Fi, cable television, plenty of parking, and privacy.
 
Built in 1934 , this quintessential cozy year-round cottage has rustic charm with campy knotty pine paneling, antique furniture and upscale modern amenities. The cottage is set up for plenty of 'get away' privacy. Cottage is adjacent to Hawk Mountain Resort, near recreation areas, boat rentals, horseback riding, hiking, pond and lake swimming.
 
Optional floor plan- This cozy romantic  cottage can be rented as a 3 bedroom/3 bathroom or a 5 bedroom/4 bathroom. Summer rentals are for 5 bedroom/4 bathroom only.
Living room- Large brick fireplace. French doors open from the living room to a spacious screened-in porch over-looking the lake.
 
Upstairs Living- "Get-away-space" features a large 52" TV for gaming or movie time, all with a complete kitchenette for making hungry restless folks happy!

Kitchen- Galley style with granite and butcher block counter tops, pantry off the kitchen, fully equipped with dishwasher, microwave, oven, stove, fridge, coffee makers, coffee grinder, toaster oven, toaster, blender, mixer, crock pot,  antique and modern dishes, table cloths and napkins. Gas and charcoal grills located outside.

Bedrooms- Downstairs there are three large bedrooms: one with 2 double beds, one with a queen and a twin bed, and a king bed in the 3rd bedroom. Upstairs there are 2 bedrooms, one with twin beds and another with a queen bed. Additionally there is a FABULOUS sleeping porch that is a screened-in room with 2 double beds.  Bedding provided.

Bathrooms-Two bedrooms share a bathroom, master bedroom has private bathroom. A 3rd bathroom is off the living area. Upstairs there is 1 bathroom.  The 3 downstairs bathrooms are ceramic/stone tiled, the fourth, upstairs is a regular bathroom with a tub/shower insert. 100% cotton towels provided.

Boats- Cottage comes with a private beach area, a canoe, two kayaks, &  a floating dock.                  Boat rentals available from Tyson Village Store for more kayaks.

Other Amenities- Washer/dryer, puzzles, games, toys, water floats, sprinkler, volleyball court, badminton. Large flat grass lawn in the back.

Location- Off Vermont Route 100, Plymouth, Vt. Located 15 minutes to Killington, 15 minutes to Okemo/Ludlow, 40 minutes to Bromley, 40 minutes to Stratton, and 20 minutes to the Woodstock area. Shopping, antiquing, craft fairs, most within 30 minutes. This is an historic area of the Revolutionary War - General Jeffrey Amherst, Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain Boys marched along these dirt roads and camped at the head of Lake Amherst. The Lake is named after General Jeffrey Amherst.

Pet friendly

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