|Tipo de imóvel||cabana|
Esta bela casa de log personalizado está pronta para compartilhar a beleza do Reino através da sua empena de vidro. Vistas panorâmicas de Bald Hill Mountain e Bald Hill Pond pode ser apreciado a partir de quase todos os quartos. Abastecido com truta arco-íris, a lagoa é uma verdadeira área de lazer sem grandes lanchas permitidos; uma canoa e 2 caiaques estão disponíveis para iniciar a partir do cais privado para suas aventuras de verão. Esquiar - 20 min. para Burke Mountain. Biking - 15 min. para os melhores N. E. trilhas. Rodeada por 934 acres de preservação da vida selvagem, não importa a sua escolha de jogo, Tall Tales Lodge fará suas férias Vermont inesquecível.
Property was as nice as expected and was the saving grace of the experience.
Communication with the owner was a nightmare. Booked a rental, was only able to book sat-sat (not specified in listing), I requested three times to book additional days to extend our vacation and finally learned two days before our check in date that we could go ahead with additional days. Owner stated he would give me a verdict on additional days, but never followed through with his word. I felt like I was begging to give them a few hundred more dollars.
I also had to contact the owner to inquire about directions, procedures, and steps to get to and gain access to the lodge. His response? "I thought I sent that." I received that response a couple of times when I requested info.
I also had to request back my security deposit. There was no word 11 days after we vacated if we would receive a full refund or not. I, again, had to contact the owner to push him to refund my check.. pretty ridiculous. And the kicker? It was addressed to a "miss" not the "Mr." that I am.
It was an absolute shame the communication was so lousy. It didnt ruin the vacation, just left a sour taste in my mouth prior to the vacation and left it sour once we left. Its unfortunate as we wish we could go back. But you wont catch us there under this ownership.
Approximately a 10-15 minute ride off of Route 5A, this cabin is situated on Bald Hill Pond, which lies east of beautiful Lake Willoughby. When my wife and two very young daughters arrived, we knew we had a great spot for the week. My 2 year old was in awe at the sight of the pond when we got there. Inside, the place is immaculate. The entire cabin is constructed out of wood - you can see the attention to detail put into it.
Everything you need is available to you - just bring your own food and towels, and you're good to go. The pictures in the listing just don't do the cabin nor the location justice. I looked forward to waking up every morning to the cool, clean air while looking out onto the foggy pond at the loons.
I also did some fishing, albeit unsuccessfully in the provided canoe. Most of the time I was the only person on the pond.
There was no WiFi there and barely any reception which was slightly inconvenient for local research, but I realized in the end made the separation better. Even when we got reception in our travels I avoided the connection.
Also, with the 2 little ones, the grassy area led to some stairs to a beach area that was very shallow where they could play in the water.
We loved this place and can't wait to get back. This is a very special place that is likely amazing any time of year.
When we first found this listing on HomeAway, we knew we were in for a real treat. The posted pictures of the home are beautiful but being there is even more magical. From the quiet seclusion, to the beautifully decorated and clean lodge to the beauty of the pond and all its wildlife, this is the place to stay when in the Northeast Kingdom. The owners are excellent to deal with and provide detailed information for the home and recommendations for local eateries, food shopping and activities. We found this to be very helpful, especially when travelling with children. If you love to canoe, kayak, fishing and hike, there could not be a better spot. We enjoyed getting up early and having a cup of coffee on the dock or in the nice screened porch then heading outside for a day on the pond. There really is no reason to leave except for some food shopping; although we did venture out to see some of the local towns like St. Johnsbury. They have very nice natural history museum there that our 2 year old son really enjoyed. There are many more positive things that I could say, but you need to experience Tall Tales Lodge for yourself. You won't be disappointed. We are already looking forward to staying again and listening for the call of the loons.
We loved this location and home. We had the most relaxing and peaceful vacation ever. If you want quiet and relaxation this is the perfect spot. Just bring the food and everything else is right there. The home was very clean and new. We hope to go back next summer. We enjoyed the pond, kayaking, hiking, running the dirt roads and trails, fishing, observing the loon on the pond, swimming and having coffee on the dock in the early quiet mornings. We were sad to leave and look forward to another vacation there in the future.
Private paradise on a pond. Beautiful, quiet cabin. Great location. Great amenities. Loved paddling on the pond, hiking up to the fire tower. Loved the seclusion and quiet.
Our family had the privilege of spending a week at Tall Tales Lodge. The whole experience far exceeded our expectations. The cabin is lovely, spotless, and cozy. Every need was thought of and met from the kitchen appliances to the canoe to wood in the wood box when we arrived. The mountain hikes were fabulous, and walks on the snow mobile trails right out the front door were relaxing and beautiful. Our kids loved exploring the woods, brook and lake. Looking back at pictures we took last week, I still can’t believe that we had the chance to spend a week in such a lovely spot. Tall Tales Lodge is a get-away spot that most would think only exists in a book or a movie. It was perfect!
|Cleaning||R$ 338 + Imposto|
Rentals are Saturday to Saturday
9% VT Tax, $100.00 cleaning fee, & $300.00 returnable security deposit