Luxury stonewall lodge in barnard, vt. kill… – homeaway gas density problems

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Spectacular renovated log residence in the farm hills of Barnard – Vermont. 4 miles to town center and ‘Silver Lake’ state park. Within driving minutes of Woodstock and Quechee shopping and art filled Villages, Killington Mt, Pico Mt, ‘Suicide Six’, and other ski and travel destinations. Situated on 10 very private acres, ‘Stonewall’ boasts a gourmet kitchen, great room with wet bar, hot tub, fireplace and wood stove. 2 guest bed(s), Queen and Full size mattress with full bath, and a spiral staircase to a magnificent Queen size master bedroom with marble bathroom, shower and iron claw soaking tub. Comfortable and spacious living and dining areas offer a wood burning stove off of the eat-in gourmet kitchen. Slate floors welcome you into the rock wall finished entry and wet bar areas, then into the two-story great room with floor to ceiling fireplace. Deck with sunken in hot tub offers long-range views. Two other covered porches offer hammock areas for relaxation and great views as well! Privacy all-around and wildlife galore. Separate indoor car parking. High speed internet!

Woodstock / Queeche Villages: Just a short drive away! 15 – 25 mins. Wonderful art and antique shops. Horseback riding, hiking, museum visits – all within reach. See the Billings Farm and Museum, Simon Pierce Glass Blowing factory, Charles Shackleton Furniture company and more.

Rules of the Lodge: There is a no smoking rule for the interior of the Lodge. Smoking is, of course, permitted on the outside decks, porches and grounds. Please be ‘green’ and discard cigarette, cigar, etc. butts and ashes in proper receptacles.

No illegal activity is allowed at any time anywhere in or about the Premises. Any and all garbage is to be securely bagged in plastic bags and left in the closed garage upon departure. Secure the garage doors every night to ensure rodents and/or animals (raccoons, skunks, and yes . . . bears) do not mess with the garbage. The wood burning stove and fireplaces are to be attended to properly during use. The great room fireplace glass doors must remain closed during operation. All flues are to be opened prior to use for proper venting. Candles must be extinguished prior to bedtime, and, of course, are not to be left burning at any time the lodge is not occupied. View more

Six friends were looking for a cozy winter getaway in a plush but comfortable setting. We chose this property after an extensive search because the pictures showed exactly the feel, furnishings, and luxury we were hoping for. The owner was courteous and efficient from the start, and provided lots of details ahead of time. The photos are lovely, but did not even begin to prepare us for the gorgeous home we found upon our arrival.

The house very private, located at the top of a winding hill after a quiet drive through a picturesque little town. It has an expansive yard (2 feet of snow during our stay!) and wooded area all around the property. We all commented on how well appointed the home was — the owner certainly wasn’t looking to cut any corners when furnishing and stocking Stonewall Lodge. We could have easily stayed another week and not felt cramped or lacking.

The house was impeccably clean and perfectly decorated. The outdoor space is amazing, with large porches and a big back patio complete with hot tub. The group enjoyed every night there after skiing, soaking in the the hot bubbles and surrounded by falling snow. Our favorite memory of all was the evening that everyone chipped in to put together a home cooked meal. Even though there were six of us working in the kitchen, there was more than enough space to move around and lounge. We laughed and relaxed at the large dining room table with panoramic views of the snow falling and a fireplace crackling beside us, and we felt like we were at home.

Six friends were looking for a cozy winter getaway in a plush but comfortable setting. We chose this property after an extensive search because the pictures showed exactly the feel, furnishings, and luxury we were hoping for. The owner was courteous and efficient from the start, and provided lots of details ahead of time. The photos are lovely, but did not even begin to prepare us for the gorgeous home we found upon our arrival.

The house very private, located at the top of a winding hill after a quiet drive through a picturesque little town. It has an expansive yard (2 feet of snow during our stay!) and wooded area all around the property. We all commented on how well appointed the home was — the owner certainly wasn’t looking to cut any corners when furnishing and stocking Stonewall Lodge. We could have easily stayed another week and not felt cramped or lacking.

The house was impeccably clean and perfectly decorated. The outdoor space is amazing, with large porches and a big back patio complete with hot tub. The group enjoyed every night there after skiing, soaking in the the hot bubbles and surrounded by falling snow. Our favorite memory of all was the evening that everyone chipped in to put together a home cooked meal. Even though there were six of us working in the kitchen, there was more than enough space to move around and lounge. We laughed and relaxed at the large dining room table with panoramic views of the snow falling and a fireplace crackling beside us, and we felt like we were at home.

‘Stonewall Lodge’ is in Barnard, Vermont, right off of US 89. Barnard has a great local lake, Silver Lake, with a state park for families and kids to relax and swim in beautiful quiet surroundings. The Village of Woodstock, the cultural center of the area, is a short drive away, as well as Quechee Village, home of Simon Pierce glass blowing fame and excellent tourist sites, art galleries and antique shops. Killington Mt, and many other ski resorts, are also within a quick drive. The Barnard area is great all 4 seasons, offering winter sports, summer beauty, spring sightseeing, and fall foliage. Also, within an hour, are the state capital, Montpelier, and Burlington, a vibrant college town with much to offer by way of shopping and site seeing. Woodstock is home to the Billings Farm and Museum, a fantastic operating museum/dairy farm annexed to the Rockefeller mansion and National Park consisting of 900 pristine acres for hiking and horseback riding. Other Activities: Rockerfeller / Billings Farm and Museum, National Park closeby in Woodstock Village. Fish Hachery in Bethel. Golf: There are a number of excellent full service golf clubs. public and private in the Woodstock, Queechee, and Killington areas. Ski: Killington Mountain (15 minutes away) , Suicide Six (15 minutes), Pico (15 minutes), Stowe (45 minutes).