Historic Naulakha, a sensational visit to the early 1900′s
Located in Dummerston, Vermont
One of seventeen National Historic Landmarks in Vermont, Naulakha offers the unparalleled experience of a stay in a house where Nobel Prize winning literature was written. It also offers spectacular views, use of Vermont’s first tennis court, sledding or skiing in the meadow where skiing was introduced to Vermont, and hiking out the back door.
For those who wish to go a bit further afield, the area has summer music festivals in Marlboro, swimming and boating in the Connecticut River, biking on rural routes on and off paved roads, hiking, golf, and major ski areas.
From the Naulakha Guest Book
“It is fascinating to visit the houses of writers and artists, but all you usually get is an hours tour with an absolute prohibition ‘not to touch.’ How wonderful then to sit at his desk and soak in Mr. Kipling’s bath.”
“After nine visits this is still a paradise for the body, the soul and the mind. Thank you Landmark Trust USA.”