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Welcome to Robert Frost Mountain Cabins in Vermont

Our artisan-crafted timber frame cabin rentals in Ripton, VT are conveniently located near the town of Middlebury, where you’ll find everything that you need. We’re also just a short distance from Middlebury College’s Main and Bread Loaf Campuses, Snowbowl Ski Area, and Rikert Nordic Ski Center. Positioned on the Eastern slopes of Robert Frost Mountain and nestled on 112 acres bordering the Green Mountain National Forest, our charming, well-appointed cabins offer a unique secluded setting and panoramic mountain views.

Relax inside the privacy of your own furnished cabin. Curl up with a book in the Swedish-style reading nook, warm body and soul by the gas log fireplace, enjoy a meal prepared in the fully equipped kitchen, or sip your morning coffee in the roomy screened porch.

When the outdoor beckons, options abound. Stretch out in a hammock, pick some berries, enjoy a campfire, or go for a hike, swim, paddle, bike ride, snowshoe, snowmobile ride, or cross-country ski on one of the numerous convenient lakes, rivers or trails –including the Catamount and VAST Trails accessible from our property.

Options don’t stop there. Addison County provides many excellent opportunities for antiquing, fine dining, Fall foliage, birding, arts, and entertainment.

Robert Frost Mountain Cabins offer year-round short term or extended stay lodging. Our stand-alone, private cabins are perfect for individuals, families, or couples desiring a romantic Vermont getaway. So whether you need a short break or a longer escape and whether you’re eager for repose or activity, take the road less traveled to a unique lodging experience.

Innkeeper’s Corner

The journey to create Robert Frost Mountain Cabins began as a “what if” conversation in the 90’s. Over the years, we refined our vision and set about finding the ideal spot to turn a dream into a reality. After a long search that included many peaks and valleys (both literal and figurative), we discovered the 112 acres that’s now home to Robert Frost Mountain Cabins and knew almost immediately that we’d found the spot that could provide the welcoming, picturesque and peaceful setting that we’d envisioned.

Today, after many years and, yes, considerable effort, we’re able to share this beautiful setting and our five cabins with you. Whether our guests come for reprieve from the hustle and bustle, a family reunion, a nature experience, a romantic wedding proposal, or a home away from home while exploring beautiful central Vermont, we find joy in making it possible. We hope that you, too, are touched and enriched by taking our road less traveled.

Warmest wishes,
Marty and Carol Kulczyk

It pains us to leave such a glorious place – thank you for your lovely cabin and generous hospitality.

– A. and J., Maryland and Virginia