The Landmark Trust USA is a nonprofit organization that preserves historic properties and makes them available as short-term vacation rentals. Our Vermont properties represent a variety of architectural styles, from 1802 to 1915.
Experience history in your own way, without velvet ropes or chattering guides. Properties are ideal for family reunions, romantic getaways, fall foliage trips, ski weekends, and retreats. Their best-known property is Rudyard Kipling’s Naulakha, the famed southern Vermont retreat where Kipling wrote The Jungle Book.
All of properties are fully furnished, with well-equipped kitchens, bed and bath linens, and WiFi. All offer on-site or nearby access to an array of outdoor activities, from hiking to biking to cross-country skiing. The properties are self-catered whole-house rentals that sleep from 2 to 8 guests. Four are adjacent to the historic Scott Farm, which features 130 varieties of ecologically grown heirloom apples in season.
Your stay helps Landmark Trust acquire, restore, and maintain historically important properties across New England.