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Experience Vermont Living

Relax, Explore & Enjoy 
Our 400 Scenic Acres

Enjoy Mountain Views, Privacy & the Comforts of Home

Take in the splendor of Vermont's countryside as you relax in the quiet comfort and privacy of our well-appointed guesthouse. Sweet Retreat is nestled in the heart of the Green Mountains, just five miles from Interstate 89 and from downtown Northfield, home to five covered bridges, a golf course, and Norwich University, the oldest private military school in the country. It is fifteen minutes south of the capital city of Montpelier, forty-five minutes from Sugarbush, Bolton Valley, and Stowe, and an hour from Burlington International Airport.

You will find our spacious guesthouse equipped with everything you need to stay two days, a week, a month or more!

A house-keeping unit, meals are prepared by guests at their leisure. To get you started, we stock the kitchen with breakfast fixings for your first morning meal. And, enjoy complimentary maple syrup from our Sugarhouse during short-term stays. There is a full service grocery store in town along with a coffee shop, a pizzeria, a Subway, a brew pub, and Chinese take-out. There are also several nice restaurants within 15-20 minutes of the guesthouse in Brookfield, Randolph, Barre, and Montpelier.

Sleeps up to Five Guests
The Guesthouse can sleep up to five people. Sleeping arrangements include a queen bed in the bedroom, a pull-out couch in the living room, and a roll-away bed.

Please note: No pets or animals are permitted. There is no smoking in the Guesthouse or around any of the barns or buildings.

The guesthouse features:

  • Porch with mountain views and sunrises

  • Fully equipped kitchen and
    Weber gas grill 

  • Spacious dining room with a table that seats up to 14 people

  • Queen-size bed with fine linens

  • Full bath

  • Pull-out couch in the living room

  • Satellite TV, wireless Internet access

  • Air conditioning, three-zone heating

  • A full laundry

  • Ideal for Small Business Meetings

Our tranquil setting and accessible location make the guesthouse an ideal spot for small, confidential business meetings. Cell phone reception and wireless high speed Internet connection for personal laptops facilitate communication. An oval table in the dining room comfortably seats up to twelve. Meals and snacks are available through a local catering service or use our fully equipped kitchen to serve your own. 


Lodging Rates 
   
Double occupancy rates, all inclusive:
2-night minimum, $220 per night; $54.50 per night each additional adult or child.
Weekly (6 nights)-$1250; $54.50 per night each additional adult or child.
Four weeks (30 nights)-$3000; $40 per night each additional adult or child.
Five weeks or more $70 per day; $25 per night each additional adult or child.

MasterCard and VISA accepted.  
   

Deposit/Cancellation Policy
A deposit of one night's stay or 50% for multiple nights is required to confirm your reservation. If you must cancel, please contact us at least 14 days prior to your arrival for a full refund. If you cancel or shorten your stay within 14 days of arrival, we will only refund your deposit if we are able to rebook the room for the entire time of your reservation. Same-day cancellations, early departures and no-shows are responsible for the entire amount of the stay. 

   

Special Rates for Norwich University ~ Call 1-800-707-8427

 

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    We thank the search engines for indexing us as Sweet-Retreat, Northfield, Vermont, offering
 a guest house for lodging and pure Vermont Maple Syrup from our sugarbush and sugar shack

 

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