Local Events

VERMONT has a lot to offer. Come check out some of the local events coming up this summer: July July 22nd, 2014 Women’s Rides on Kingdom Trails - Lyndonville, VT Meet at Wildflower Inn on Darling Hill rd. Lyndonville 802-626-8448 5:30 pm […


We Are Moving!

WE ARE MOVING! It has been almost three years since we discovered Airbnb, the inspiration for Vermont Tree cabin. After hearing of Airbnb, we decided to take a chance by renovating the cabin on our land and renting it out on…

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Food & Drink

Come try out Vermont’s finest food & drinks! We are most known for our maple syrup, but we are also proud of our craft breweries and artisan foods. Not to mention the Locavore movement is very popular in New England. Here…

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About the Cabin

About the Cabin

Nestled in the hilled forest behind our home, the Vermont Tree Cabin is a great, quiet place to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. While lounging on the deck or hot tub, you will be able… ...

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It was fantastic. Such a great getaway, the hosts are so gracious, and the tree cabin is so cozy. It had everything we could have wanted! We would come back in a heartbeat.

Clara New York, NY

The Cabin was fantastic and a great place to stop on our road trip across the North East US. We only met Andrew on arrival, but he was incredibly helpful. The cabin had everything we needed and more, it felt like lots of thought had been put into making it as hospitable as possible. The highlights were the big BBQ, the fantastic hot tub (perfect after a long day on the road) and the waffle excitement (home made waffle mix, a recipe and a waffle maker were available in the cabin). It's in a great location, there's a good supermarket nearby for all the bbq supplies, and the provided wifi was excellent. I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again.

James Manchester, England, UK


 Falls a'coming. You can see that the tips of the trees are starting to turn. Soon the foliage will have come and gone!
 Its national mushroom month! We found these in the back yard. Can you guess what kind of mushroom they are?
 A beautiful place to hike is Mount Pisgah. Its a challenging and steep 2.5 mile trail, and it overlooks Lake Willoughby.
 Humble bumblebee
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