The lilacs are blooming! Enjoy spring on the farm and take advantage of 20% off a midweek stay this May, M - Th, by using promo code RK1892.
Wifi has been installed at the Amos Brown House!! Service and installation have been secured so you can stay connected while enjoying nature in this rural setting.
Rudyard Kipling's Naulakha
Treat yourself to something special. Enjoy your next vacation in Naulakha, which sleeps 8 and offers a game room and his library where Nobel Prize winning literature was written. It also offers a spectacular rhododendron corridor, use of Vermont's first tennis court, sledding or skiing in the meadow, and hiking out the back door.
Dutton Farmhouse
Imagine yourself in this landmark & you’ll discover views of the Scott Farm apple orchard, Connecticut River Valley, and Mt Monadnock. This 200-year old Farm House is comfortably furnished fully equipped and offers up to 8 a memorable experience with convenient access to forest trails, summer music festivals, and swimming.
This cozy rentable property produced maple syrup for decades and is now a choice romantic accommodation for 2. You'll love the rural and private setting, tucked into the hill next to the orchard, and just minutes from Brattleboro and all of the attractions of Southern Vermont. Dogs are welcome.
Amos Brown House
Rent this Landmark and you'll find yourself in the middle of 30 acres of mixed forest and hay meadows. This historic house sleeps 6 and has easy access to: Mount Snow with golf and skiing, Harriman Reservoir for swimming, boating, and fishing, Mass MOCA, the Clark Institute, Grandma Moses, the Long Trail, and Green Mountain National Forest. Dogs are welcome.
The Carriage House
Rent the Carriage House for a weekend or a week. Formerly Kipling's Carriage barn, this is a warm and charming retreat, sleeps 4, has only forest views from kitchen windows. The living room was made for calm, for books, and for conversation. Enjoy this Landmark and build memories.

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Since 1991, the Landmark Trust USA has rescued threatened historic properties and returned them to life patterned after the restoration model established by The Landmark Trust of Great Britain in 1965.

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"We spent a lovely week in our 9th Landmark Trust ! It was a great experience, living in a historic building so beautifully restored. We discovered a woodchuck probably living under the barn. So keep a lookout when looking through the back window.. 08/14 Amos Brown House"