The Best Vacation Rental Homes in Vermont
If you are dreaming about a safe, socially distanced vacation consider renting an Airbnb in Vermont. With roughly 620,000 people spread out over 9,250 square miles, you could say that Vermont is socially distanced by nature. Renting a vacation home may not have the same hotel amenities you are used to, like housekeeping or room service, however, you will gain privacy and peace of mind by having your own space.
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Why Rent an Airbnb or VRBO in Vermont
Vermont embraces outdoor activities all year round. The possibilities for adventure in the Green Mountain State are endless. You’ll find some of the best places to ski and snowboard or cross country ski in the winter. During the warmer months, dip off at secluded swimming holes, rent an electric bike, or walk some of our great hiking trails. Shop for fresh produce and other local goods at Vermont’s farmer’s markets to use to make amazing meals in the kitchen of your vacation rental.
Treehouses, Tiny Homes & Lakefront Rentals
From tiny homes to treehouses and cozy cabins or lakefront retreats, there are plenty of unique places to stay. Find the ultimate hideaway tucked into the woods or on a mountain top. Rent one of these Vermont homes today for your next getaway.
Mountain House – This mountain home is close to skiing, hiking, and outdoor adventures. Burlington and Montpelier, as well as the beer, coffee, and ice cream mecca of Waterbury, are nearby. In the evening cozy up on the huge sheepskin in front of the fireplace and enjoy sunset views of Vermont’s highest peaks. This is an incredible retreat for couples and families.
Waterfront Rental – You cannot beat staying on the lake. This waterfront home on South Hero has three bedrooms and comfortably sleeps six people. It is a short walk to local restaurants and shops. You’re only three miles from White’s Beach, four miles from Sand Bar State Park, and only five miles from Grand Isle State Park.
Lakefront with Dock – Just two miles from the village of North Hero, this lakefront vacation rental has it all. There is a dock for swimming and fishing, a boat mooring buoy, and a large screened-in porch with 180-degree water views.
Hot Tub House – This hidden gem in the heart of the Green Mountains is only 20 minutes from Waitsfield. It has a hot tub on the deck, plus a home theater with over 200 movies. Great for families, or two couples it sleeps five people.