Experience history in your own way, without velvet ropes. The five historic properties in southern Vermont are self-catered, whole house rentals for two to eight guests. Each property is authentically restored with comfortable furnishings, complete kitchens, and modern conveniences and is ideal for reunions, romantic getaways, foliage trips, ski weekends, and retreats. Each Landmark has a unique and inspiring story. Many are adjacent to the historic Scott Farm.
Naulakha, Rudyard Kipling’s 1892 home where he wrote The Jungle Book, sleeps 8.
Kipling’s Carriage House, a cozier version of Naulakha, sleeps 4.
The Sugarhouse, a 1912 sugarhouse, sleeps 2, dog friendly.
Dutton Farmhouse, an 1849 farmhouse overlooking Mt. Monadnock, sleeps 8.
Amos Brown House, a peaceful 1802 house, sleeps 6, dog friendly.
The Landmark Trust USA is a nonprofit with a mission to preserve and restore historic properties through creative and sustainable uses for public enjoyment, education, and inspiration. Your stay supports this important work.
Get a jump-start on your vacation and have the essentials stocked for you. Wake up with everything you need to make coffee, pancakes, and eggs while staying at any of The Landmark Trust USA properties. What's included: local maple syrup, King Arthur Baking pancake mix (gluten-free available by request), Mocha Joe's coffee, local cream, milk, eggs, bread and butter, plus Vermont cheese and crackers. The Essentials is $90 in addition to the cost of lodging.
Sweeten your stay with a delicious treat. Enjoy an apple pie made with Scott Farm apples and top it with local vanilla ice cream while staying at any of The Landmark Trust USA properties. What's included: One Saxy Chef apple pie made with Scott Farm heirloom apples. It is kept frozen for you to bake and enjoy anytime, plus a pint of local vanilla ice cream. Just Dessert is $30 in addition to the cost of lodging.