About this listing
This is a single bedroom in Waterbury, Vt, walking distance of Ben&Jerry's; Alchemist beer paces away, near Stowe and Sugarbush, skiing, hiking, swimming, biking, good restaurants and the apex for craft breweries and interesting pubs.
This bedroom sleeps one, there are three adjoining bedrooms. Waterbury is the apex of the best touring, skiing, biking, hiking, pub crawling in Vermont. Host Peter Miller iconic Vermont images are on the wall and in the summer he gives photos tours or seminars.
Guests have access to the kitchen and the library. There is a deck and in summer a large lawn. The Hosts upstairs deck has a small barbecue.
Interaction with guests
Your privacy is respected at all times. The host is an acclaimed photographer and writer and known the culture of Vermont very well. He does give photography tours or in house seminars, sometimes hosted by visiting photographers.
We are the apex of what is best in Vermont, from skiing, hiking, biking to eating and drinking well and there is incredible beauty found on the back roads.
Just about everyone drives. A few brave souls bike on Route 100. We have free parking for seven cars. There is public transportation. The airport, BVT, is 26 miles by Interstate 89.
Other things to note
Be friendly. Learn about Vermont from Vermonters. Pet animals. This is a good place to meditate in the woods.
Respect your neighbors. Be neat. Leave a small footprint. Be nice to all animals except Fisher Cats.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund plus service fees back.
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Photojournalist, writer, author of Vermont People, Vermont Farm Women, A Lifetime of Vermont People, the First Time I Saw Paris. Photos exhibited in Vermont, New York City, Paris, Tokyo. Vermonter of the Year, 2006, numerous awards for books. Skier, fly fisherman, bird hunter. Two children, Dodie and Hilary, currently living in England. Reading bio on Lawrence of Arabia, working on two new photo books: Paris in the 1950's and the Margaux, France wine harvest in 1957. There is a photo book library in the Airbnb. My photo gallery is next door and during the summer and fall months I will give photo seminars and offer photo tours packaged with rooms.