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Moose Meadow Lodge & Treehouse

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About The Property

Nestled on 86 secluded acres in the Green Mountains, the Adirondack style Moose Meadow Lodge in Waterbury, Vermont invites you to enjoy a Vermont lodge experience. Make yourselves at home and enjoy the peace and serenity of our secluded property. With four luxury guest rooms and a magical treehouse, the property provides mountain views, a hot tub, hiking trails, a trout pond, and the Sky Loft - a glass-enclosed gazebo at the highest point of the property with unparalleled panoramic views. 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, New England's best craft beer town, is only three miles away. 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. The Moose Meadow Lodge and Treehouse can accommodate up to 12 people, which makes it a perfect setting for a family reunion, wedding or vacation rental with friends.

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Amenities

Allows Children
Breakfast Included
Daily Housekeeping
Free Parking
Free Wi-Fi
Full Breakfast Included
King Bed(s) On Site
Smoking - Prohibited
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Moose Meadow Lodge & Treehouse

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Willie Docto and Greg Trulson are committed to providing a comfortable, fun, and make-yourself-at-home atmosphere at the Moose Meadow Lodge. The two met in 1992 at a log home B&B in the mountains of West Virginia and have stayed at many B&Bs and log lodges ever since. In 1996, these former Washingtonians moved to Vermont to pursue their dream of owning a B&B. They bought a single-family home on 86 acres, and after a couple of years of research, planning, fishing, hunting and renovating, they ope

607 Crossett Hill Road, Duxbury, Vermont 05676

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