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Stunning Alpine A-Frame Cabin

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During your visit in Wilmington, Vermont, United States, this A-frame cabin building offers your chance to stay in a unique vacation rental. With one bedroom and one bathroom, the tiny lodge may sleep up to two visitors.

The Alpine A-Frame is a lovely mid-century A-frame cabin constructed in Wilmington, Vermont, just down the road from Lake Raponda. Pets are also welcome. The Alpine A-Frame comes with everything you’ll need for an unforgettable Vermont vacation. A full kitchen with a four-burner gas stove and oven, microwave, toaster, french press coffee maker, wood-burning midcentury fireplace, air conditioning, WiFi, shower, Nectar queen mattress with organic linens, and P.F. Candle and Beekman 1802 goods are available in the wood cabin.

Stylish and fresh midcentury decor throughout the A-Frame cabin, as well as an outdoor space with deck, fireplace (with provided firewood), Weber grill, outdoor dining area, and Adirondack chairs, to name a few features. At the Alpine A-Frame, you’ll want to come and enjoy Southern Vermont.

The Alpine A-Frame is part of Chris and Lauren Krieger’s Wildwood Collective, a curated collection of holiday properties. The Collective has received over 400 positive reviews, and its holiday rentals have been published in publications such as Conde Nast, Time Out NY, NY Post, Boston Magazine, Yankee Magazine, The Daily Beast, Cabin Porn, and US World News & World Report.

Wilmington, Vermont, is a charming tiny town near Bennington that should be on any New England bucket list. Wilmington, Vermont is a little town with a population of less than 2,000 people, yet there are plenty of exciting activities to do during your vacation stay. You’re in luck, whether you enjoy outdoor activities like hiking on gorgeous paths or are a foodie. Wilmington certainly has it all, no matter what types of activities you enjoy doing with family and friends while on vacation.

Available for rent at AirBnb.

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