Welcome to OQ Farm!
Vicarage - Directions
The Vicarage is a private farmhouse located at 657 Bridgewater Center Road, Bridgewater Corners, VT. Click this link to open driving directions on Google Maps.
From Boston, 158 mi to the NW via I-93 N and I-89 N
From Montreal, 188 mi to the S via I-89 S
From New York City, 252 mi to the N via Taconic State Parkway
From Hanover, 28 mi to the E via US-4 West
Self check-in time is anytime after 3 PM. Please message or communicate with us if you are going to arrive earlier and we will do our best to accommodate you. There is free parking when you arrive. The outdoor lights will be on, and the door will be open for you to get yourself checked in. If you do need to lock/unlock the door, the access code can be used for the duration of your stay (1965).
Parking is available in the driveway. Please enter through the doorway on the left side of the building (shown below).
Please note, while the driveway is maintained by plowing and sanding, it can get slippery and 4WD or AWD is recommended.
- The wood-burning stove is available for your use. Extra wood can be found near the entryway.
- Please note that the flu is open using the metal pin on the chimney. Use gloves when opening the stove – it gets hot! If you are not familiar with how to use a wood burning stove, PLEASE ASK.
- Laundry is available for you to use as needed in the basement.
Notes About the Property
We are connected to OQ Farm at 298 Holiday Farm Rd, Bridgewater Corners, VT. You are welcome to use the walking trails, access the chapel, and visit animals that live at the farm as well.
Check out our walking trails on Alltrails!
Our water is some of the best in New England! We welcome you to enjoy it right from the tap!
While we have Wi-Fi throughout the property, we do not have cable. Our TVs are ready to hook-up to any of your accounts (Netflix, Prime, Hulu, Disney+) for you to enjoy!
Rules and Regulations
• No smoking
• No unauthorized parties or events
• Self check-in
• Please respect our other guests and reduce noise
• Please close all windows / doors and turn off lights before departure
• Trash can be disposed of in the dumpster behind barn
• Please respect our animals - do not enter any animal enclosures without a caretaker
Damages: If you damage the home in any way, you may be charged up to $500 for damages.
Check-out time is at 11 AM. We do our best to accommodate late check-outs, so please contact us if you need that. We can only accommodate depending on availability.
Before checking out, please do the following:
• Load the dishwasher with any dirty dishes and turn on
• Strip beds and leave sheets in a pile on the bed/floor
• Leave trash in bags in the mudroom area inside
• Return the heat to 62
• Make sure the door is closed and locked
If you have excess trash, you can dispose of it at the main farm dumpster at anytime. The address is 298 Holiday Farm Road and you can drive right up to the dumpster behind the main, red barn.
We hope you had a wonderful stay and wish you safe travels back home! If there have been any issues, please tell us as soon as possible, as we want to ensure we can resolve them for you and future guests.
Telephone Numbers You May Need
Marina +1 978 501 1156
Mike +1 681 209 1488
Tina + 1 802 245 4053
In case of emergency, please dial 911.
Rutland Regional Medical Center
160 Allen Street 05701
+1 802 775 7111
Closest Police Station:
Woodstock Police Dept.
454 Woodstock Road
Woodstock, VT 05091
+1 802 457 1420
Woodstock, Vermont is known for its charm, covered bridges, boutique shopping, and the abiding influence of Laurance Rockefeller, who spent six decades of time, effort and great Rockefeller wealth to make Woodstock “one of the six most beautiful towns in America.” The Rockefeller Trust-owned Woodstock Inn at the heart of town is home to a world-class spa and restaurants.
With Long Trail Brewery right across the street, you don’t have to travel far for great beer and atmosphere. Harpoon Brewery is also nearby in Windsor, Vermont. If you’re looking for more stops during your visit, Lawson’s Finest Liquids, Lost Nation Brewery, Vermont Beer Makers, Upper Pass Beer, and Bent Hill are a few of the Vermont breweries we love.
Killington/Pico, Okemo & Suicide 6
Killington Resort, known as the “Beast of the East,” is the biggest ski resort east of the Mississippi River. Pico, the sister-mountain to Killington, also offers impressive terrain. Despite its smaller size, Pico has 58 trails for skiers and riders to explore. In the spring, summer and fall, Killington offers visitors hiking, mountain biking, golf and a range of outdoor festivals.
Okemo Mountain is only twenty minutes away in Ludlow, VT.
Suicide Six, the smallest of the three, is one of the oldest ski resorts in the country. Suicide Six also offers trails for hiking and mountain biking throughout the year.
More Local Attractions
Within the vicinity of OQ Farm is Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Park (the only National Park in Vermont), Simon Pearce Glass, Andrew Pearce Wood, Farmhouse Pottery, King Arthur Flour, galleries and boutiques, and the Appalachian Trail, offering a multitude of activities in every season.
Local Food and Drink
• Ramunto’s Brick and Brew Pizza
• Long Trail Brewery
• Coburn’s Tonic
• The Prince and the Pauper
• Worthy Burger
• Simon Pearce Restaurant
• 506 On the River
• Kedron Valley Inn Ransom Tavern
• Woodstock Inn Red Rooster
• Woodstock Inn Richardson’s Tavern
• iPie Pizza
Cafés and Shops
• Bridgewater Corner Store
• Mon Vert Café
• Soulfully Good Café
• Gillingham’s General Store
• Farmhouse Pottery
• Woodstock Farmer’s Market
• Mac’s Market
• Plymouth Cheese
• Simon Pearce
• Andrew Pearce
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