Welcome to Robert Frost Mountain Cabins!

Robert Frost Mountain Cabins is your remote woodland getaway in the Green Mountains of Vermont.

Nestled against the flank of Robert Frost Mountain, we have designed and built our small collection of artisan-crafted timber-frame cabins to invite you to kick off your shoes, settle in, and slow your rhythm to the pace of the forest. Each cabin offers lodging with stunning views of the woods or mountains, a fireplace, reading nook, fully equipped kitchen, and a screened porch. Enjoy restful sleep in our cozy beds and savor the warm cinnamon twists left at your door on the first morning of your stay.

Our vacation cabins near Middlebury, Vermont are positioned for maximum privacy yet only a short walk away from our common areas, where you’ll find games, DVDs, snowshoes to borrow, a 6-person outdoor hot tub, and a fire ring with a view of Bread Loaf Mountain. Leave some money in the jar for a pint of locally made syrup, grab a bowl for an afternoon of blueberry picking, or choose a hammock and take a nap.

It’s up to you how removed or connected you’d like to be during your stay. All cabins have reliable Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV, and plenty of ports for charging whatever devices you can’t do without. If you prefer to unplug completely, the natural quiet of the woods will oblige. Our 100+ acres of unspoiled habitat offer a true retreat from the bustle of daily life, not to mention countless opportunities for outdoor adventure.

The surrounding area is rife with rivers, lakes, vistas, and trails, including the Long Trail, which runs the length of Vermont. In the warm season, spend a day hiking, biking, paddling, or swimming. Winter activities run the gamut, from alpine skiing at Middlebury’s Snow Bowl to Nordic skiing or fat-tire biking at Rikert Nordic Center—both just a short drive up Route 125. Snowmobiling on the state’s VAST network is also an option. There’s something for every kind of outdoor enthusiast and nature lover.

Just 20 minutes away from the college town of Middlebury, you have easy access to numerous shops, restaurants, cafes, a small movie house, a local theater, and a variety of attractions and seasonal festivals. The College’s Bread Loaf Campus with its distinctive turn-of-the century buildings where Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Robert Frost taught for 42 years is a 15-minute drive.

Whether you’d like a short break or a place to hang your hat for a longer period, we’re happy to offer year-round short term or extended stay lodging. Our self-catering cabins are an ideal option for families, individuals, or couples looking for a unique Vermont getaway.

Robert Frost Mountain Cabins is not a resort. It’s an authentic Vermont experience. It is, in Frost’s words, a road “less traveled by.” We invite you to take it. Come relax, celebrate, adventure, heal. It’s our pleasure to share our mountain home with you.