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Marker Oak Farm - Classic Vermont 2
2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1.5 baths
2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1.5 baths
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Come stay in a 200 year old farmhouse on a small working sheep farm. The antique filled home is a perfect resting place as you explore Vermont! Enjoy the house and grounds,Hike Snake Mountain, or the many exciting things in Middlebury! (this is rm 2)


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House Rules

There is no smoking in the house, however,we will happily provide smokers a place outside to smoke.

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Dog(s) live in the house



Cancel up to 24 hours before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 24 hours of your trip and the first night is non-refundable.

Safety features
Smoke detector
Carbon monoxide detector
First aid kit
Fire extinguisher

1 night minimum stay

82 Reviews

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Dan User Profile
September 2017
Great, historic farmhouse in Vermont just a short ride to Middlebury. Larry is a great host, the house is great and is loaded with charm & character of an antique classic new england home. Very happy with our 1 night stay here!

Bryan & Andi User Profile
September 2017
Had a great stay in this authentic farm house! It truly is like stepping back a century. Check in was easy and Larry had everything ready for us. Short drive into town. Enjoyed the breakfast and a morning chat with our host. Homemade blueberry pancakes, ham, and homemade maple syrup- all delicious! The host's significant other works late and we did hear them returning home around 0200. No big deal for us but it may bother others. Middleburry is a nice little town. We visited the Woodchuck cidery and another small brewery. Most dinner places seemed to close up around 8-9 so plan accordingly.

Nicole User Profile
August 2017
Cute and comfortable accommodations, very friendly host, and delicious breakfast!

David User Profile
August 2017
Although it was a short stopover, enjoyed the awesome views of larrys place. Very relaxing and enjoyable. Awesome breakfast prior to leaving Sunday.

Nancy User Profile
July 2017
Larry's place was amazing. Located in the Vermont countryside, with beautiful chickens following us like pets, and rolling hills and trees surrounding the house. The house itself was like something out of a magazine. Beautifully decorated with antiques, it was both homey and a feast for the eyes. And the bed was comfortable! We also just loved Larry, a consummate host who surprised us with gourmet breakfasts as part of the cost to stay. Such an amazing two days in Vermont!

Marie User Profile
July 2017
The house is very old but well-maintained, and the air conditioner was a welcome modern addition. The bed was very comfortable, and the breakfast was delicious. Although we were an easy ten-minute drive from Middlebury, it really felt like a retreat from the rest of the world. Larry was a very friendly and accommodating host.

Justin User Profile
July 2017
What a pleasure. I was there overnight, but it was more memorable and enjoyable then entire week stays I've had at other homes. Larry is such a great guy. Loved the following: 1) Larry's stories about his pioneer days as a standup comic in NYC 1980s before he became a college professor 2) Larry's country breakfast -- eggs from his farm, pancakes whipped up with batter from scratch, bottomless coffee, and oh that bacon. What an unexpected treat. 3) Learning about the history of the farm on Snake Mountain, just outside Middlebury. 4) How much sheep sell for (not including the wool) I'll be back for leaf peeping season!

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Bridport, Vermont, United StatesJoined in June 2014
Larry User Profile

I came to Vermont more than a dozen years ago, when I fell in love with this early farmhouse, the mountain location, and the fields below. As I tried to decide how to answer the inevitable “What do you want to be when you grow up?” question (the answer still eludes me), I apprenticed at one of the restaurants associated with Philadelphia’s famed “restaurant renaissance” while attending graduate school for cultural anthropology. Besides the B & B (and ongoing restoration projects) I teach Latin American Studies at SUNY in Plattsburgh, and raise polled Dorset sheep.

Languages: English, Español
Response rate: 100%
Response time: within an hour
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