Dummerston, Vermont 05301
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Landmark Trust USA, Historical Vacation Rentals, 707 Kipling Rd., Dummerston, VT 05301 | 802-254-6868
The Landmark Trust USA restores historically significant properties then offers them, fully-equipped and fully furnished, as vacation rental homes where you can immerse yourself in a former life style. We have 5 properties; Rudyard Kipling's home - Naulakha, a former Sugar House, 2 farm houses, and Kipling's Carriage House. We allow pets at the Sugar House and the Amos Brown House.
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Scott Farm Orchard, 707 Kipling Road, Dummerston, VT 05301 | 802-254-6868
The Scott Farm, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, has been in active cultivation since 1791. This 571 acre farm includes over 120 varieties of ecologically grown heirloom apples on 40 acres. Harvest starts in late August and peaks in October. We have a pick-your-own orchard and numerous seasonal events. Check out website for details.
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Dummerston, Vermont is located in Southern Vermont, just north of Brattleboro. Dummerston is the site of “Naulahka”, the home where Rudyard Kipling wrote “Jungle Book” & “Captain’s Courageous”. Rudy Kipling is said to have invented “Snow Golf” while in Dummerston. Also located here is the former Maple Valley Ski Area, and the Old Jelly Mill Falls, a naturally occurring stair stepping waterfall. The Covered Bridge in West Dummerston is where you will find the longest covered bridge still in use in Vermont.
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Dummerston Town Offices: 802-257-1496
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