Mount Harmony Farm
Carriage House
Phone:  (802) 525-1234
8601 VT Route 122, Sheffield VT 05866
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"Keep close to Nature's heart... and break clear away, once in awhile, and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods.
Wash your spirit clean."                                                                                                                          -- John Muir
"Mt. Harmony Farm is the perfect name for this place: from the moment
we arrived we were wrapped in its blanket of peace and harmony.  The
cabin has fabulous views, a great ambiance, and a wood stove to die for.  

We spent a day snowed in and loved it, and then three more touring the
Northeast Kingdom.  It was heaven.  And we can't wait to come back and
spend even more time with the views, the critters and the wonderful

Thank you, Marc &
Stephanie, for the
gift of Mount
Harmony Farm."

Cynthi and Natalie
Full Bed, TV & 1/2 Bathroom
Plush King Bed,
HDTV+DVD, Bathroom
Dining Area & Supplementary Wood Stove
Kitchen Area &
Kitchen Island
-- LOTS of
Drawing by Björn
Bobo & Lady greet Matan's Corgi
Near-Private Sanctuary is just around the corner.  Fishing, Swimming, Hiking, Exploring.  
First Pond has a Floating Dock (Cabin is Private Property) -- Cabin & Dock are reserved
by Owners during July 4th Period.  Hike uphill thru Woods to 2nd Pond or continue up to
Scenic Outlook (look down on the first 2 ponds).  An energetic 1/2-hr climb that is well
worth it!  
Loons & Beavers can sometimes by observed in the 2nd Pond.  Fish (Brown
Trout, Sunfish, others) are very smart--be warned.  Also a good area for Mushrooms.  
Closed from Nov 1 to Late May.
Floating Dock
has a Water Slide
Inner Spring Mattress Futon Couch Bed, HDTV+Blu-ray DVD, WiFi, Pellet Stove
Kitchen Nook, Captain's Bed
August 5, 2015 (8 am)
Guest House in Mid-June
Thanksgiving Day 2014 (View from Guest House)
Snowy Guest House
Scenic Outlook has great views & is worth the climb
Views from the Picture Window: Mountains to the West,
Farm Critters just below and to the Right of the window
Snowmobiler on the VAST Trail spur at the back edge of our
West Pasture