Vermont Lake Front Rental, Mount Holly, VT

About Hearthside Vermont Rental

Finally.... You've Found it! A Vermont vacation rental home in the heart of spectacular Okemo Mountain Valley.

Vacationing high in the Green Mountains of Central Vermont, "Hearthside" (vacation, lake rental home/cabin) rests peacefully on the waters edge of one of the most beautiful lakes in the world, Lake Ninevah, which hides nearly 1 mile above sea level.

Hearthside has a decades long history of providing not only a 5-star Vermont vacation rental but of peace and tranquility, incredibly breathtaking landscapes, beautiful wildlife and exciting adventures no matter what season it is.

More Information about Vermont Lake Rental House on Lake Ninevah, Mt. Holly, VT

Fall Colors at Hearthside Rental in Vermont

Vermont Rental House on Lake Ninevah. Close to Okemo Mountain and Killington for winter ski rentals (ski Okemo & Killington easy, [Bromley 45mins]), snowmobiling, ice fishing and more.

Summer brings fishing, swimming, boating with our aluminum row boat, kayak and paddle boat. Or bring your canoe for use on peaceful, beautiful Lake Ninevah. Rental house/cabin has granite and corian counters, warm wood floors, lots of windows, and simply stunning views of the mountains and lake.

Hearthside Rental Rates & Vermont Ski Rental Amenities

Full kitchen with everything

Hearthside Features, Amenities & Vacation Rental Rates

- Weekly Rental: $1795
- Holiday and Key Weeks/Weekends: Inquire

Hearthside rental is Wheelchair Accessible, 2 Queen Beds, 1 Full Bed & Bunk Beds, View-Lake & Mountains, Wood-burning fireplace, Outdoor fire-pit, Fishing/Boating Dock, Aluminum Row-boat, Kayak, 2-Man Paddleboat. Also has Wireless Internet, HD Large Screen Cable TV, Programmable Oven, Fridge w/icemaker. See complete list below.

Okemo Mountain Resort 10 minutes away with full Postoffice, Grocery, Restaurant/Dining, Outdoor Supplies, Home/Hardware Supplies, Sporting accessories and gear.

Fishing On Lake Ninevah, Vermont, from Hearthside Lake Rental

Bass fishing on Lake Ninevah

Lake Ninevah, in Mt. Holly, Vermont, has numerous fish species. Native species include: Chain Pickerel, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Rock Bass, Bullhead (catfish), Bluegill, Sunfish and Perch.

Nightcrawlers catch just about everything, even the Pickerel if your worms are large. If you want extra large, fat nightcrawlers, go up on the road along Hearthside with a flashlight and catch all you need in the area where road-edge meets shoulder. Mepps and other spinners work well for Pickerel and Bass.

Hiking in Vermont - Info on areas near Hearthside Vermont Rental

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Killington VT is near Hearthside rental

Okemo's Trail Network
Enjoy some great views of the Black River Valley while hiking the trails on Okemo. Easy access from the base of Okemo or the Jackson Gore base. Visitors can hike up the trails or follow the 4 and 1/2-mile road to the summit. Walking along the villages of Ludlow and Chester are also very popular. Guests can pick up a complimentary map at the Okemo Valley Chamber of Commerce Office, located at the bottom of the Okemo access road, or call them at (802) 228-5830.

Scenic Drives 1

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Scenic Drives 1

The spectacular drive up Mount Equinox in Manchester, VT is a great option.  The toll road is open May through October, but make certain your vehicle is in good shape or you might have some trouble.  When you get to the top, there's a short hike out to the lookout tower - it's a really great day trip from Ludlow and Manchester has so much more to offer, including outlet shopping, great restaurants and many outdoor and special events.

Calvin Coolidge Memorial Foundation

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Calvin Coolidge Memorial Foundation

The Foundation and Historic Site Share Calvin Coolidge Foundation and Historic Site Preserving the Coolidge Legacy

“We review the past not in order that we may return to it but that we may find in what direction, straight and clear, it points into the future.” – Calvin Coolidge

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