If you are the kind of person who enjoys simplicity and charm then Mount Harmony Farm will not disappoint.
Located in the picturesque Northeast Kingdom, Mount Harmony Farm is ideally settled among the rolling hills and distant mountains of northern Vermont and is a short drive from Burke Mountain (notable for it's uncrowded slopes and excellent views). The farm itself is home to a shy Donkey, a curious Mule and a blind Horse. It was too cold to visit the animals during our stay however they seemed friendly and could often be found exploring the field in front of the guest house.
Separate from the main house, the guest house seems to have everything a human being might need to rest and relax. The first floor is designed with an open concept and is much larger than the outside might suggest. It includes a wood stove heater with plenty of wood (for those cold winter months), a full kitchen, a dining room as well as a living room. The entire cottage is wired with cable t.v., flat screen t.v., a dvd player and wireless internet. All of the bedrooms are located upstairs and each has it's own independent electric heating system. There are two bathrooms (one full and one half) which we found to be more than adequate for the four of us. Also featured on the second floor is a giant (100x60?) picture window overlooking the fields, rolling hills and distant mountains. Located in that same room is a galley kitchen and mini fridge perfect for cooking up a quick snack or cold beverage. Coffee makers abound and there is even a grinder for brewing a fresh cup.
But what truly makes Mount Harmony Farm so special is the two owners and innkeepers, Marc and Stephanie. They were both very welcoming and went out of there way to ensure we had a happy and relaxing stay.
We very much enjoyed our stay and would highly recommend Mount Harmony Farm as a quiet and charming getaway for anyone in need of some peace. We will definitely be returning!
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|Young singles||Friends getaway|
|A romantic getaway||Older travelers|
|Families with young children||Rugged travelers|