|Welcome to The Owl's Nest, located in beautiful western Vermont.
Explore your surrounding 1,000 acre property:
The Owl's Nest is completely encircled by beautiful woods, meadows, and lovingly maintained farmland. Three working farms on the property date from 1779, 1834 and 1880. Two are home to a herd of thirty show quality llamas and a flock of rare Jacob sheep, the third to nine Icelandic horses and chickens.
Tour the farms and meet all of the animals.
Inquire about our special "llama walks."
Visit the sugar house and learn how famed Pure Vermont Maple Syrup is made - and in season, participate in the splendid fun of maple sugaring!
Hike our extensive network of trails... a favorite trail leads to the top of Coy Mountain to a little cabin with a woodstove, multiple spring-fed ponds, breathtaking vistas and the rarest serenity.
Visit Nearby Villages:
Villages such as Dorset, Weston, Quechee, and Manchester have treasure troves of antique shops, art galleries, museums and historic sites. A visit to Manchester is a must, if you like shopping, Vermont's own Orvis, is located here as as well as countless of outlet stores. If you are an art and history lover try Hildene - The Lincoln Family Home, Fort Ticonderoga - Southern Vermont Art Center: Vermont's oldest cultural organization. The American Museum of Fly Fishing, home to the world's largest collection of angling art and angling-related items, is a guarantee to turn you into a fan of the sport.
Southern Vermont has all your winter needs, whether you like downhill or cross country skiing, snowboarding or snowshoeing, snowmobiling or a romantic sleigh ride, it's all here. Stratton Mountain has excellent downhill, you are guaranteed good snow with snowmaking on 100% of the trails. Also close by are Bromley, Mount Snow and Magic Mountain Ski Resort areas.
Grafton Ponds and Wild Wings have terrific cross country trails.
The Owl's Nest is a Summer paradise. The surrounding area offers miles of woodland trails and hiking paths and long winding roads perfect for biking and walking. Beautiful lakes close offer wonderful swimming, sailing, and kayaking.
Apple picking, raspberry picking, blackberry picking, blueberry picking, and strawberry picking...it's all here.
Just imagine gazing at a magical sunset over the great blue Adirondack mountains from the peaceful summit of Coy Mountain. Imagine listening to the vibrant harmony of the bountiful peepers and tree frogs while peering up into a brilliant, starry night sky unspoiled by city lights.
802-235-1090 or 914-764-5405