Cottages & Houses

Our cottages and houses range from historic to more contemporary in design and décor. They’re perfect for a weekend getaway or more extended stay with your family or friends. When you stay or dine with us, you support the Farm’s conservation and education programs.

May/June & July-October rates. A 9% VT Rooms & Meals tax applies. We also have rooms at the Inn available.

Complete our availability inquiry form or call 802-985-8498, M-F, 9am - 5pm EST.

Reservations (off-season): 802-985-8498, m-f, 9am - 5pm EST.
Reservations (in-season): 802-985-8498, daily, 8AM - 6PM EST.


Thanks for a great 2014 season! The inn is closed. Reopening May 8, 2015.

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The Pottery

The Pottery Cottage interior
Bed:  Queen
Your View:  Lake
Bathroom:  Private Bathroom
May/June Rate:  $265
July-October Rate:  $320
Family Friendly
Located just north of the Inn, the Pottery was built around 1945 as a pottery shed for Aileen Webb. The Pottery was modernized in the mid-1980s as a guest house. It contains a bedroom/living area, kitchenette, private bath with a shower stall only, and patio.

The Treehouse

Treehouse Cottage
Bed:  Queen
Your View:  Lake
Bathroom:  Private Bathroom
May/June Rate:  $335
July-October Rate:  $395
This charming bungalow is nestled among the trees overlooking Lake Champlain, a short walk from the Inn. It has a bedroom/ living area, small kitchenette, porch, dining area, and tiny bath with a shower only. It was built c. 1890 as a site for women to gather.

The Vineyard Cottage

Vineyard Cottage exterior
Bed:  King, 3 twins
Your View:  Lake
Bathroom:  Private Bathroom
May/June Rate:  $400
July-October Rate:  $400
Family Friendly
This historic cottage has a wonderful view of the lake and the Adirondack Mountains. It features a fully equipped kitchen, dining room, and living room on the first floor; and a master bedroom (king bed), a second bedroom (two twins), and a smaller bedroom (one twin). The cottage is located behind the Breeding Barn, on the southern part of the property approximately 3 miles from the Inn. The bath is on the second floor. Minimum three-night stay required.

The Glass House

Glass House interior
Bed:  Queen, 4 Twins
Your View:  Lake
Bathroom:  Private Bathroom
May/June Rate:  $850
July-October Rate:  $850
Family Friendly
Located on a bluff overlooking Lake Champlain, the Glass House was once the summer residence of Aileen Osborn Webb. Aileen was the wife of Vanderbilt Webb, the youngest son of Lila and Seward. Built in the 1960's, this casual house features a master bedroom with a queen-size bed and private bath, two additional bedrooms with twin beds and shared bath, a fully equipped kitchen, wonderful patio, and a deck overlooking the lake. The house is located behind the Inn and formal gardens. Minimum three-night stay required.