Attractions

  • We are six miles from Mount Independence, a Revolutionary War site. At the Mount, there is a museum, wonderful trails for hiking in the warm months and cross-country skiing or snow-shoeing in the winter, plenty of nice spots for a picnic.

  • Across the lake, via the little Lake Champlain cable ferry, is Fort Ticonderoga, another Revolutionary War site.

  • Orwell is the home of Nortonís Gallery Ė Norton is a wood-carver and has a shop displaying many wonderful pieces. Whether you are shopping or just talking, Nortonís is a great stop.

  • Lake Champlain is seven miles away, so you can rent a houseboat or take a cruise on the Carillon with a narrated history of the lake.

  • Middlebury is twenty minutes away offering many fine restaurants,shops, movie theater and the Town Hall Theater. We will be happy to help you with your restaurant choice reservation.

  • Middlebury is also home to Middlebure College with an extensive art museum, golf course and Shi Bowl - all open to the public.

  • Thirty-five minutes will get you to Rutland, the second largest city in the state.


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