Jay Peak Vacation Rental - Description
The Cottages at Sheady Acres:
Sheady Acres leads into one of the most unspoiled areas in the country, the Northeast Kingdom. Although there are many activities in the area, the main attraction continues to be the great expanses of natural habitat that exist in the region. Jay Peak Ski Area is five miles away and we offer Discounted Ski Passes. Stowe, Burlington and Montreal are all less than one and a half hours away. Our Cottages were designed with the savvy traveler in mind, outfitted with a fridge/freezer, convection oven, microwave and full compliment of dishware and kitchen amenities (coffee machine, blender…). The Cottages have ecologically sound queen size New Englander pillow top mattresses, flat screen satellite television, and wireless internet. On-demand hot water and adjustable propane heat will keep you warm on those cold north country nights. Locally owned and operated, your hosts are knowledgeable about all things Vermont. These Cottages have been a labor of love, and we hope you enjoy them as much as we’ve enjoyed creating them.
“The Sugarhouse” is our honeymoon suite. Complete with a beautiful claw-foot bathtub and vaulted ceiling, it is designed in the traditional Vermont sugarhouse. The smell of the local white cedar interior is as sweet as any grade of maple syrup. The Sugarhouse is also the “greenest” of our cottages, utilizing almost all local and recycled materials: a pine plank breakfast nook, spalted maple trim, and a marble corner sink to name a few. The Sugarhouse is romance.
“The Caribe” is our ode to time spent chilling out. There is absolutely no reason the Island life cannot be lived in any climate. The warm colors and textured interior make a blender drink in the middle of January seem completely appropriate. A slightly smaller bathroom leaves more room for lounging and jumping on the bed. Life is a beach, and that beach is in front of the Caribe at Sheady Acres
“The Tea House” is a tribute to Asian culture. Simplicity. Symmetry. Sake. A pergola and large deck will lead you into this “Chashitsu”. You will find a timber framed ceiling, bamboo floors and counter top, as well as shoji doors. This may be your only chance to stay in a Japanese pagoda in northern Vermont. Enjoy yourself, it’s later than you think.
Whether you are an outdoor enthusiast or just want to sit back and enjoy one of the best sunsets in the north country.
Dogs are welcome in The Caribe.
Canadian Currency Accepted.