Three miles up in the hills above the lovely Village of Woodstock, tucked away at the end of a country lane, on a 250-acre property, the romantic converted Carriage House at Old Bailey offers privacy, luxurious amenities, and spectacular views. Ideal for two people, it can accommodate four.
Upstairs: One gracious bedroom upstairs, with queen four-poster, sitting area, office space, and master bath.
Downstairs: Another full bath, fully equipped kitchen, air conditioning, wood burning fireplace.
(The living room sofa can convert to a queen bed. Good for an occasional guest. "Management" wishes to emphasize that The Carriage House is blissfully luxurious for two guests. For more than two, not so luxurious.)
We have just added a delightful, large screened porch. Nearly doubles the size of the house.
Woodstock is a "Destination Town" famous for its beauty, for its central mountain, Mount Tom, bequeathed to Woodstock by Lawrence Rockefeller with all its groomed trails, flora and fauna. Noted, too, for all the amenities provided by the award-winning Woodstock Inn. Woodstock boasts a Trent Jones golf course and we are surrounded by many others. Restaurants abound as do our Farmers' Markets (Wednesdays has one on the Village Green). Suicide Six is our own ski resort flanked by nearby Killington and Okemo.
Up on our mountain, you can cross-country ski from your front door, hike our old logging roads. We are surrounded by dirt roads great for biking or running, or taking scenic drives. For those quieter souls, Old Bailey is a top-notch place to work on your novel, watch the fireflies, listen to the birdsong, and star gaze.
Located in the Green Mountains about half an hour from Dartmouth.
No smoking. And, most heartily sorry, no pets.
1 week for two guests $2500
2 weeks for two guests $3000
3 weeks for two guests $4000
A month for two guests $5000
More than two guests? (A matter for discussion.)
For a larger property, please consider our renovated Farmhouse at Old Bailey, about 100 yards below the Carriage House. For mutual privacy, there are fruit trees planted between the houses (follow link below).
Suzanne Wooten at Tel. (802) 457-3046