About this listing
(URL HIDDEN) a thirty second drone look at the outside of the treehouse made by one of our guests. Also a video by Deek Diedricksen (URL HIDDEN)
"A treehouse, a freehouse, a secret you and me house, a high up in the leafy branches, cosy as can be house" -- Shel Silverstein
The treehouse is indeed a cozy little place perched on four maples 30 feet above a blanket of ferns. Access is by a ramp 70 ft. from the main house, where you'll have a private bathroom with shower. This quiet place in the woods has heat, electricity, and a small refrigerator. The main floor has a single bed, or CLIMB THE LADDER to the loft with a queen sized futon and down comforter. Enjoy the comfy reading rocker or sit on the deck and gaze at Mt. Abraham and the Green Mountain National Forest. The hot tub is a relaxing year-round spa under the stars.
For those less adventurous, there is a guestroom in the main house with a double bed. We have no pets and are very neat and tidy but you may bring your dog (with advance notice). All linens and complimentary toiletries are provided, and you'll enjoy a generous continental breakfast in the sunny dining room in the morning.
We are no longer accepting guests under the age of 5.
Price Includes the 9% Vermont Room & Meals Tax
PLEASE NOTE: We only accept reservations from people with completed profiles.
Private bath, linens and towels, toiletries, robes, outdoor shower in summer, hot tub, wifi.
Many hiking and biking trails, swimming in the New Haven River, skiing at Mad River Glen and Sugarbush, great brew pub in Bristol, The Bobcat Cafe..
Bus to Burlington from Bristol
Other Things to Note
The treehouse accommodates THREE with a single bunk on the main floor and queen sized
bed in the loft..
No Smoking inside P
9% Vermont Room & Meals Tax included in price
Breakfast from 8 to 10am
Checkout time is by 12pm
Check-in time is after 3pm
Recommend you bring slippers to wear in the main house and leave boots and shoes in the mud room.
Children under the age of 5 are too much of a liability for us as guests.
Ellie was a high school English teacher for 25 years and was an Associate Professor at Spalding University in the MFA Writing program. She has five books in print. We designed and built this house 12 years ago. Son Will and H built the treehouse over the course of three summers. H was also a high school teacher and retired in 2009. Your stay in the treehouse includes a generous continental breakfast, a private bath, spa privileges, and a quiet place to relax.