Beautiful cabin in quite, secluded part of VT
My fiancé and I stayed at Phillip and Cynthia's cabin in the beginning of November for his birthday. Immediately when you walk in, you notice how cozy the cabin feels. Both my fiancé and I thought that the bathroom was a perfect size with a great rainfall showerhead. Anything you could need is in the cabin including eating utensils, pots and pans (no lids for them though), essentials (i.e. paper towels, tin foil, coffee filters, etc.), food items (i.e. bread, butter, honey, ground coffee, etc.), and even a drip coffee maker! This cabin does have a loft area with a padded ladder that is quite steep. To be honest, I couldn't get myself to go upstairs which resulted in us having to sleep downstairs. My fiancé on the other hand could get upstairs easily but I got a bit scared especially of the height. If there were an actual staircase there instead of the ladder, that would be amazing!! Also wanted to add that the cabin does have a gas cooktop, small refrigerator, on demand hot water, and a toaster oven. Just be warned there is no microwave incase you're wondering. Regardless of the ladder issue, I would definitely recommend staying here! If you’re a cheese head like myself, there is a Cabot cheese factory right down the street. We went on a tour there and were able to pick up some specialty cheese only sold in VT. If you’re a little more adventurous, you can drive to Montpelier which has a lot of cute little stores and restaurants/cafes. If you’re REALLY adventurous like we were, you can drive to Burlington or Middlebury and visit the Woodchuck Cider tasting room. If you like beer, you can also visit Otter Creek Brewery in Middlebury as well. Don’t expect there to be a lot in Cabot as the town is very small and only has one gas station, one convenient store, and one local diner. You will NOT get cell phone service here either and there is no TV in the cabin. They do provide you with a small radio, which was great because that’s all we really needed. Overall, I would definitely recommend staying here if you’re looking to get away from the usual hustle and bustle. Thank you Phillip and Cynthia!

November 2014
 built, on five acres of natural VT beauty
built, on five acres of natural VT beauty
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