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Your Guide to Frog Meadow’s Room Amenities, Rates and Availability

 

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Your stay at Frog Meadow comes complete with a full country breakfast prepared daily by Dave. Full access to the gymwood-fired hot tubswimming pond63-acre trail network and surrounding gardens, orchard and grounds.

 
  • The Frog Meadow Suite

    The Frog Meadow Suite

    $275/night including full country breakfast

    Come and stay in the best room in the house! The Frog Meadow suite is a deluxe junior suite with a huge private bath complete with a two-man whirlpool jacuzzi tub and separate walk-in shower with custom made accent tiles. There is also a sitting area with a comfy club chair and ottoman, a writing table and chair. A mini-fridge and quiet central air conditioning round out the deluxe amenities that make the Frog Meadow Suite the “best room in the house”.

     
  • The South Room

    The South Room

    $225/night including full country breakfast

    The Main House South room has a king bed and beautiful views of the Vermont hills, the swimming pond and gardens. With southwestern exposure the room is bright and sunny and has wonderful cross breezes. On the rare occasion that it does get warm and muggy at night there is quiet central air conditioning. A generously sized full bath tiled in beautiful blue handmade ceramics is shared with the North Room.

     
  • The North Room

    The North Room

    $225/night including full country breakfast

    The Main House North Room is the mirror image of the South Room, complete with king bed and a plush yet firm pillow top mattress. The North Room has central air conditioning and beautiful views of the perennial gardens and surrounding meadows. A generously sized full bath tiled in beautiful blue handmade ceramics is shared with the South Room.

     
  • The Brook Cottage

    The Brook Cottage

    $225/night including full country breakfast

    Nestled down by the brook that feeds the swimming pond, the Brook Cottage has perhaps the most magical setting at Frog Meadow! Tucked under a canopy of pines and oaks and surrounded by ferns, the Brook Cottage is full of windows with a peaceful view out of every one! You’ll be lulled to sleep by the sound of gently flowing water & crickets in this enchanted cedar cottage that is Frog Meadow’s version of “Hagrid’s Hut.”

     
  • The Honey Bee Cottage

    The Honey Bee Cottage

    $225/night including full country breakfast

    Tucked into the lower meadow beyond the orchard and apiary, the Honey Bee Cottage feels like it is in a world of its own! Nestled behind a double-Hawthorne tree and surrounded by meadow grasses, ferns and wildflowers, the Honey Bee Cottage is full of windows with a peaceful view out of every one! You’ll be lulled to sleep by the gentle sounds of frogs and crickets in your own private little world at the Honey Bee Cottage.

     
 

Guest Reviews

“A Work of Art”

Nine consecutive years travelling from Georgia to Frog Meadow Farm is a testament of the hospitality, camaraderie and pure natural ambiance that one will experience at this men’s retreat in Newfane, Vermont!

As I sat around the breakfast table with all the other guests during my recent visit, I whimsically thought about how Norman Rockwell might visually depict this gathering of like-minded souls participating in the great American tradition of eating breakfast . I am sure his brush would have focused on Dave as he carefully arranged the fresh fruit and yogurt in the butler’s pantry while mentally developing his strategy for feeding this group of hungry men.

His eye would have focused on those guests who gathered around the table. Some weary-eyed attempting to revive themselves with their first cup of freshly brewed coffee. He could hardly ignore those late stragglers slowly approaching the table after an evening of animated conversation and late-night shenanigans while soaking up the soothing warmth of the hot tub on a clear starlit evening. Somehow, he would picture Dave preparing each individual plate with the care and attention of the ideal host. And later capture the dichotomous images of Scott’s shirtless masculinity as he delicately positions piping hot plates in front of each awaiting guest. Without a doubt, Rockwell would have highlighted the multi-racial, multi-generational, and culturally diverse makeup of the men assembled.

The visual depiction of the guests being aroused by the savory aroma of bacon or sausage would surely be conveyed on canvas. Each eating hungrily as they made mental images of their plans for the day. Whether navigating the Vermont countryside; going to the nearby town of Brattleboro to window shop, in search of the perfect gift for a friend; or just relaxing by the hot tub and passing the day reading a book and taking in the beautifully landscaped vista of Frog Meadow.

Rockwell was renowned for his portrayal of ordinary people in everyday situations and his ability for capturing the visual narrative of the American experience. Previous guests have described Frog Meadow Farm as the “gay oasis of the northeast.” Others have praised it as being the “ultimate men’s retreat in Vermont.” But for me, plain and simple, Frog Meadow Farm is a “masterpiece!!!”

Stan the Man, Griffin, GA
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