Adirondack-Style Log Cabin

Duxbury, Vermont

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Nestled on 86 secluded acres in the Green Mountains, the Adirondack style Moose Meadow Lodge in Waterbury, Vermont invites you to enjoy a truly unique experience.

Make yourselves at home and enjoy the peace and serenity of our secluded property. With 4 luxury guest rooms and magical 2-story treehouse (open seasonally), the property includes a hot tub, hiking trails, a trout pond, and the Sky Loft - a glass-enclosed gazebo at the highest point of the property with panoramic views.

Whether you love skiing, hiking, snowmobiling, biking, hunting, fishing, antiquing, fine dining, the arts, or simply getting some rest, the Moose Meadow Lodge is a perfect location to do everything or nothing at all.

A Vermont log cabin like no other, the Moose Meadow Lodge is close to Vermont's most popular attractions, including Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream Factory, and the ski resorts of Stowe, Sugarbush, Bolton, and Mad River Glen. The friendly village of Waterbury, where you'll find everything you need, is only three miles away.

This Is Not Your Ordinary Log Cabin: Here's a rare chance to experience luxury log home living. Each guest room is decorated with a unique theme and many handcrafted details. All rooms feature a private bath, distinctive log walls, comfortable beddings, great views, and at least one resident Teddy bear. The professionally designed, nature-inspired kitchen is fully equipped with high-end appliances, equipment, and tools for your culinary creativity. The handmade custom dining table has seating for 10 with an additional 2 stools at the kitchen island.

With 4000 square feet of living space and 86 private acres with a private stocked trout pond, you'll never feel crowded at the Moose Meadow Lodge.

Note: The Treehouse is available seasonally as part of the full rental from late May to late October. The main lodge is available year-round.


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