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Tucked into the lower meadow beyond the orchard and apiary, the 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 Bee Cottage is full of windows with a peaceful view out of every one!

The Bee Cottage has a king bed and you’ll be lulled to sleep by the gentle sounds of frogs and crickets. Although the Bee Cottage is heated and insulated, there is no plumbing…when nature calls use a nearby tree or come to the Main House, a quick one-and-a-half minute away. There you’ll have full access to the Main House common areas as well as a full bath and shower for your use.

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 are included in the room rate for lodging guests at Frog Meadow.

All bed linens at Frog Meadow are high thread count Egyptian cotton. To ensure a good night’s sleep, the Bee Cottage is furnished with a comfy pillow-top mattress.

Gay-friendly southern Vermont will make you feel welcome and has many unique attractions & activities plus plenty of great restaurants to explore and enjoy!


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*Note that rates are subject to change without notice. Rates may vary according to season and holiday periods. Current rates are displayed in the availability calendar. Additional savings may be available on our Ways to Save page.

Room Specifications

  • Room size: 225 square feet
  • Bed Size: 1 King
  • Air Conditioning: Yes
  • Bath: Shared
  • Wifi included: Yes
  • Natural Cotton Robes: Yes
  • High Thread-Count Sheets: Yes
  • Breakfast included: Yes
  • Private Deck: Yes



Guest Reviews

The Perfect Escape

This review is long overdue as I have now become a regular guest at Frog Meadow.

I will never forget the first time I arrived at the property and was instantly awestruck by the setting and view, I think I was even speechless, if only momentarily! Once you arrive you have at your disposal 63 acres of some of the most beautiful terrain Vermont can provide. It also has a sense of history as the property has been a farm for hundreds of years, including original stone work and landscaping near the house that is beautiful.

What I find most appealing is that this is not only a stylish bed and breakfast but this is Dave and Scott’s home that they are welcoming you into. I prefer that any day to something more formal or cookie cutter. As recent as the last year they have also brought on board a professional chef to help out so what was really great food for breakfast (plus lunch and dinner during thier Mens’s Workshops) before is now even better!

I have also had the opportunity to attend one of their workshops. I came away with a sense of community and having a new group of friends as a result. This brings up a something that I think makes Frog Meadow unique, the culture you become a part of as a guest. Every visit I come away with having met interesting, if not fascinating men that engage me and sometimes challenge how I think and look at the world.

I will be heading back to Frog Meadow in the early Spring and as always, know it will be something special!

Bruce P., Truro, MA
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