Vermont Village Retreat

The Vermont Village Retreat (formerly Treehouse Village Inn) is a one-of-a-kind getaway nestled in the gorgeous small village of South Newfane.

The Colonial Revival main house offers comfortable bedroom suites on the second floor. The extensive and open living space on the first floor is open to guests: a grand foyer with sitting area and library, a spacious and light-filled living room with fireplace & sunny veranda, a dining room, and a billiard room. You’ll find a covered car porch to greet you upon arrival. Our self-service breakfast includes a hearty variety of locally-sourced foods, and juices, teas, and Stumptown coffee. For our Marlboro Music Festival guests, weekly and monthly rates are steeply discounted.

Main house, weekly and monthly stays:

Weekly (7 nights, Saturday 3pm to Saturday 11am): $995 plus tax

Monthly (July 15 through August 14): $2,985 plus tax

Main house, three- and four-night stays:

Weekend (3 nights, Friday 6pm – Monday 11am): $695 plus tax

Weekday (4 nights, Monday 6pm to Friday 11am); $595 plus tax

On the hill behind the house is a one-of-a-kind treehouse offering delightful accommodations for the lifelong adventurer! The treehouse includes a galley kitchen, loft bedroom, living room, bathroom, wrap around deck overlooking a gorgeous pond, and a waterfall that runs off the deck. Guests of the treehouse can enjoy daily breakfast in the main house and make use of common spaces on the first floor of the main house. The treehouse was the subject of a Pete Nelson’s Tree House Masters episode on Animal Planet.

Treehouse, weekly and monthly stays:

Weekly (7 nights, Saturday 3pm to Saturday 11am): $1,825 plus tax

Monthly (July 15 through August 14): $5,475 plus tax

Treehouse, three- and four-night stays:

Weekend (3 nights, Friday 6pm – Monday 11am): $1,125 plus tax

Weekday (4 nights, Monday 6pm to Friday 11am); $1,025 plus tax

Just 15 minutes up the road and into the mountains is our off-grid cabin and campsite nestled into 30 private acres and thousands of public acres in the Green Mountain National Forest. Please inquire for details and rates.

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