I went to Vermont because I'd never been to this part of the U.S.A. and I wanted no traffic, no crowds, quaint, charming, laid back and idyllic, New England in autumn - and I wanted to learn a bit about goat husbandry, and cheese-making. The "farm" is owned and run by Kevin & Troy, who clearly care about the animals, their plot of land, and giving us city slickers a chance at doing something different.
I originally booked the small room with shared bath, but because there weren't other guests they upgraded me to the larger room with a private bath that though connected to the main house had a separate entrance. The room was lovely, spacious and meant for a couple - it could have easily added 1-2 roll-aways - there was that much space. Had I stayed in the original room I booked, it was much smaller, but I wonder how I would have faired with the two large house dogs (gentle giants) wondering the same hallways in that part of the house.
Breakfast was fantastic with fresh eggs and goat milk from the ladies of the farm. I had a chance to feed the chickens, help with the goats - feeding and milking, and had I been used to horses, I could have taken care of tending to them as well.
The location is out in the country, the city of Brandon is about 6 miles away, but 6 miles on a state route feels lonely without strip malls and tract homes (at least for a city dweller), there are some great restaurants to try out at Brandon.
I can understand why Trevin Farms has repeat business from New Yorkers or Bostonians, it is a sweet and charming place.
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