This newly renovated barn is located in the hills of Fairlee, VT five minutes from I-91. A stand-alone private space with two spacious living areas and decks overlooking ponds and the mountains, .
Direct access to extensive hiking trails and minutes from Lake Morey and the Lake Morey golf course, home of the Vermont Open.
For sleeping, in the front room there is a comfortable queen size pullout couch and an inflatable queen size mattress if needed.
In the second room there are leather couches, a large screen television with Apple TV, and a kitchen area with a bar sink, small refrigerator, Keurig machine, toaster, and microwave.
Upon arrival, you will find the fridge stocked with water and juices and there will be a selection of coffee and tea, cream and sugars, and VT cheese and crackers. As well, you will find your choice of something to toast for breakfast.
Area Attractions and Activities
Chapmans General Store:
Located on Main Street in Fairlee, Chapmans has a wide selection of Vermont-made products, crafts, and souvenirs, as well as an extensive wine selection. Route 5, Fairlee (5 minutes from the Hilltop) (802) 333-9709
Family-owned and operated since 1983. We are located in a mill not a mall with over 17 acres of land to explore. The store has grown but our philosophy has never changed. We do our best to bring you the products that have been asked for and with the best of quality and service. With this idea in mind, the store has over 4 million dollars in inventory of footwear, clothing, gear, sporting goods, and houseware items – quality name brands you know and love. Bradford, VT (15 minutes from the Hilltop) (802) 222-9316 – www.vermontgear.com
Montshire Museum of Science:
Enjoy "one of the greatest assemblages of hands-on, child-friendly exhibits ever gathered in one place,” according to the NY Times. Inside see live animals, aquariums, and exhibits on space, nature, and technology. Outside, explore nature trails and picnic areas along the Connecticut River. Open daily 10 AM-5 PM. Exit 13, I-91, Norwich, VT (20 minutes from the Hilltop) (802) 649-2200 – www.montshire.org
Dan & Whit's General Store:
“If we don’t have it you don’t need it.” This classic general store has a little bit of everything: daily paper, fresh-cut meats, winter boots, every size nail imaginable, fine wines and cheese, and, of course, true Vermont hospitality. Exit 13, I-91,
Norwich, VT (20 minutes from the Hilltop) (802) 649-1602
Hanover, NH & Dartmouth College:
A beautiful college town offering a wide variety of shopping and dining. Take a stroll down Main Street, relax on the Dartmouth Green with a good book or take in all the beauty that surrounds this classic Ivy League campus. Exit 13, I-91 (20 minutes from the Hilltop) (603) 643-3115 – www.hanoverchamber.org
Quechee Gorge & Village:
Vermont’s “Little Grand Canyon” with beautiful vistas 162 feet above the Ottauquechee River. Hiking and walking trails along the mile-long chasm. Picnic overlooking waterfalls. Exit 1, I-89, Quechee, VT (30 minutes from the Hilltop) (802) 295-7600 – www.quecheegorge.com
Billings Farm & Museum:
Get comfortable with the farm’s famous Jersey cows, sheep, workhorses, and oxen through family-centered activities. The Queen Anne farmhouse, farm life exhibit, and visitor center showcase this model farm established in 1871. Exit 1, I-89, Woodstock, VT (30 minutes from the Hilltop) (802) 457-2355 – www.billingsfarm.org
Located at the Vermont Institute of Natural Science, this outdoor exhibit of non-releasable owls, hawks, falcons, and eagles is spectacular. VINS also features hiking trails, visitors’ center, and nature shop. Exit 1, I-89, Woodstock, VT (35 minutes from the Hilltop) (802) 457-2779 – www.vinsweb.org
Simon Pearce Glass:
Watch the renowned, hand-blown glass and handmade pottery being created, start to finish, from a special catwalk-viewing gallery above the workspace floor. Exit 9,
I-91, Windsor, VT (35 minutes from the Hilltop) (802) 674-6280 – www.simonpearce.com
Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium:
Located in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom, the building itself is a masterpiece of Victorian architecture featuring limestone and red sandstone carvings. Inside you’ll find Vermont’s only public planetarium, the New England Weather Center, and a large collection of natural science and artifacts from around the world. Exit 20, I-91, St.
Johnsbury, VT (60 minutes from the Hilltop) (800) 748-2372 – www.fairbanksmuseum.org
Rock of Ages:
Guided shuttle tours of the hundred-year-old quarry offer exceptional views of
the 50-acre, 600-foot-deep active quarry–the world’s largest dimension granite quarry. Off Route 302 West, East Barre, VT (45 minutes from the hilltop) (802) 476-3119 – www.rockofages.com
Restaurants in Fairlee & Nearby:
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