Description of Glamping Units
Dogs are welcome to sleep inside with their owners to enjoy the glamping experience in these pet-friendly cabins in Vermont. However, they are not allowed on the bedding, but the hosts of this site will provide a blanket to cover bedding if they are used to getting on pets. Additional fees may apply if bedding, towels, carpeting, or furniture becomes dirty or damaged.
Each of these luxury cabins has air conditioning and heating, as well as Wi-Fi, DirecTV, and a radio alarm clock. They also all have a microwave, a mini-fridge, and a four-cup coffeemaker. Each cabin rental has a luxurious bathroom with a full bathtub and a hair dryer. The cabins are outlined below.
Sugar Maple has a queen-sized bed and a charming interior with maple syrup-themed decorations.
Timberland has a king-sized bed and a beautiful interior with wildlife-inspired decorations.
Battenkill has two double-sized beds and a dramatic interior with river-themed decorations.
Abenaki has one queen-sized bed and one single-sized bed, and it has a lovely interior with Native American decorations.
Manchester has a king-sized bed and a unique interior with local decorations.
Norman Rockwell has two double-sized beds and a delightful interior with art from Vermont’s famous artist Norman Rockwell.
Equinox has a king-sized bed and features breathtaking views of Equinox Mountain from the front door.
Vermont has two double-sized beds and a charming interior with wilderness-themed decorations.
Catamount Trail has one queen-sized bed and one single-sized bed, as well as a stylish interior with back country decorations.
Green Mountain Suite has two adjoining rooms. The front room has two single-sized beds and features scenes of the four seasons of Vermont. The second room has a queen-sized bed and features bear-themed accents. All the amenities that are included in a single cabin are featured in each of these rooms. Read More
- Air conditioning
- Double bed
- King-size bed
- Linens provided
- Queen-size bed
- Radio/Stereo system
- Running water
Linens and towels are provided, and guests are asked not to use them to clean off pets. Pet towels can be provided instead. Guests are asked to clean up after their pets both inside and outside of the accommodation. Bags can be provided, and their is a receptacle for dog waste.
Special events can be held at this scenic site such as weddings and reunions for small or medium-size groups. The gazebo is great for gatherings and is beautifully lit, and a tent can be put up, also. Caterers can also be hired for such occasions.
This pet-friendly campground has barbecue grills, board games, volleyball, horseshoes, and lawn games.
Guests are asked to notify the hosts of this site if they would like to bring pets upon booking. There is an additional charge of $15 per pet, per night. The site reserves the right to ask that noisy, messy, or misbehaved pets leave the site without notice or refund. Damages caused by pets are the responsibility of their owner, and additional fees to cover these damages may apply if deemed necessary.
Rates vary according to season and are based on double occupancy. There is a charge of $10 per night for each additional guest, and children under 12 can stay for free. A minimum stay is required during some weekends and holidays. There is a maximum of four guests per room. Cots and cribs are not available. Smoking inside the accommodations is prohibited and will result in an additional $100 cleaning charge. Read More
Location + Surroundings
Local wildlife and stunning views are what guests will enjoy at this peaceful glamping campground in Manchester Center, Vermont. Named as a National Wildlife Habitat, this cabin camping resort is a nature lover’s dream—foxes, deer, and turkeys are among the many frequent visitors. Conveniently located only minutes from shops, restaurants, and galleries, guests will also have plenty of ways to spend a day out. The Manchester Designer Outlets, the Southern Vermont Arts Center, and the Lincoln family home are all popular destinations, and there are plenty of country stores and antique stores to browse nearby. For recreational activities, Rink/Hunter Park is a great option. Read More
- If the guest cancels at least 15 days prior to check in: The guest will receive a 50% refund.
Vermont-made, organic dog treats by Wagathas are available for sale in the site's office.
Meals are not served at this glamping site, and cooking is not permitted in or near the accommodations due to the historic nature of the cabins and local fire code ordinances. However, guests can cook on the charcoal BBQ grills in the side lawn area. There is a microwave oven, a dorm-size refrigerator, and a four-cup coffeemaker featuring New England Coffee, tea, and condiments in each accommodation, and the main office also offers Keurig Green Mountain Coffee and teas, as well as home-baked goodies on the weekends.
There is a daily housekeeping service at this glamping site. Read More
- Bird watching
- Body treatments
- Children's program
- City tours
- Horseback riding
- Mini golfing
- Movie theater
- Music festivals
- Skeet shooting
- Wine tasting
- Winter sports
A great place to visit during a stay at this glamping site is Riley Rink at Hunter Park, which is situated on 35 acres in the foothills of the Green Mountain National Forest. Guests can also go hiking in the surrounding wilderness, as well as horseback riding, swimming, and fishing. There are golf courses in the area, and guests can play volleyball, horseshoes, and lawn games on site. In Manchester Center, there are antique stores, sights, and restaurants, and during the winter, guests can find opportunities for skiing and snowshoeing.
This site has a fantastic view of the Town of Manchester Fireworks and the VSO Fireworks. During these events, owners are asked to supervise pets and take them out of the accommodations.