Conveniently located on the corner of Route 103 and East Hill in Ludlow, you're just minutes to the best fishing, boating and hiking areas in Vermont.
Let us share our home with you!! This Victorian Farmhouse has been completely remodeled and updated including fully equipped kitchen with granite counters and tile floors. This second floor unit has great natural light with all new paint, floors, fixtures and appliances, including dishwasher and washer/dryer! Cable, phone, & WiFi internet. DVD players throughout. Towels and linens are provided. This is a great and affordable home for a family or group of friends traveling together.
Great boating, swimming and fishing in the lakes and streams of southern Vermont. Kayak rentals available. Tubing in the rivers during hot summer days. Hiking trails for all levels, including the Appalachian Trail within easy access. Many attractions for a day trip, e.g. Ben & Jerry's, King Arthur Flour Co., Quiche Gorge, Simon Pearce (restaurant and glass blowing), etc. Excellent restaurants in and around Ludlow. Spa passes are available for purchase at the Castle Hill Resort and Spa, 1/4 mile away. Try Okemo's new "Adventure Zone", including Mountain Coaster, Zipline Tour, Air Bag Drop, Bungee Trampoline, etc.
Interaction with guests
I am available via email at any time ... in fact Marianne (my wife) accuses me of being "obsessive". (I am, in fact, looking for someone to surgically implant my phone!)
Garbage should be bagged and left on porch at end of stay for pick up.
Please turn off all air conditioners, and unplug small appliances upon leaving.
No pets ... No smoking.
My wife and I are both professors at local colleges (different fields). She's "blue" (Social Work) ... I'm a little "red" (Finance / Economics). A purple home! We have owned our house in VT for over 8 years and love it there just about anytime. (Spring ... or mud season, being our least favorite).
We would love to share our home with you. It is completely renovated ... after a major water disaster. (We now have shutoffs and alarms to prevent this from happening again ... hindsight is a wonderful thing!)