The Landmark Trust USA
Imagine stepping back in time and vacationing in the former home of Nobel Prize-winning author Rudyard Kipling, staying in an early 1900s sugarhouse on the edge of Scott Farm’s heirloom apple orchard, or in a centuries old Vermont farmhouse set on 30 acres, once home to Carthusian monks. All authentically-restored by The Landmark Trust USA, these self-catered, comfortably-furnished homes situated near Brattleboro, are available for year-round short-term stays. Play tennis on the private clay courts (the first in Vermont), walk the many maintained trails, cross-country ski and mountain bike, visit the nearby specialty shops, or just relax in the privacy of these destination vacation properties. You can even bring your dogs to two of the five homes offered. What are you waiting for?!