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Come camp ("glamp") in a hand-built plein air sleeping cabin at Tanglebloom Flower Farm in Vermont.  Our tiny cabin has screened sides to welcome the summer breeze, and a transparent roof that makes it feel like you're in a treehouse. Cozy into the full-size bed and look for stars peeking through the leaves above.  Cook meals over a fire or on the provided camp stove.  Enjoy Continue reading...

Come camp ("glamp") in a hand-built plein air sleeping cabin at Tanglebloom Flower Farm in Vermont. 

Our tiny cabin has screened sides to welcome the summer breeze, and a transparent roof that makes it feel like you're in a treehouse. Cozy into the full-size bed and look for stars peeking through the leaves above. Cook meals over a fire or on the provided camp stove. Enjoy sunsets and a peek-a-boo mountain view from the peaceful woodland setting. Swimming holes nearby. Access hiking with sweeping views from Putney Mountain and Windmill Hill Pinnacle Area just a few minutes away by car. Close to arts, culture, breweries, & great local food in Brattleboro, Vermont. Good for 1 to 2 adults - sorry, no kids or pets at this time.

Showers are available in the main house from 7am - 7pm. Clean, modern, private outhouse located just down the path from the cabin. 

From the farm, you can walk or bike to a swimming hole (0.5 mile away), small pottery studio, bring a tube to float around in the river, and bike/run/walk scenic rural roads.

Less than 10 minutes by car you can enjoy: Fine and casual dining, a farm stand, yoga studio, hiking, river swimming, floating, or paddling, a historic village, local library, Sunday flea market, and small grocery store.

We've compiled a great guide to the area for you that lists all our favorite and off-the-beaten-path spots!

Find us on Instagram @tanglebloom_cabin and tag #tanglebloomcabin with pics from your adventure! 

Security camera on property at main house entrance, workshop entrance near parking area, and at farm stand cash box.

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Tanglebloom Cabin is 20 minutes north of Brattleboro, Vermont and just a few miles from the historic village of Newfane.  

2.5 hours from Boston; 2.5 hours from Burlington, Vermont; 3.5 hours from New York City; 4.5 hours from Montreal; 7.5 hours from Washington, D.C..  

The closest airport is Bradley International (BDL), 1.5 hours away in Hartford, Connecticut.

Accommodation provided
Cabin
No. of sites
1 bookable site
Access
Park at listing
Group sizes
Up to 2 people per site
Potable water available
Bottled water or jugs
Fires allowed
Toilet available
No pets
Showers available
Hot water
Bins available
Compost bin, recycling bin, trash bin
Picnic table available
No wifi
Have a question? Send Melissa a message!
  • Check in: After 3PM
  • Check out: Before 11AM
  • Cancellation policy: Moderate
  • On arrival: Go straight to camp
  • Minimum nights: 1 night
  • Accepts bookings: 6 months out
Forest
River, stream or creek
Swimming hole
Beach
Cave
Desert
Hot spring
Lake
Redwoods
Waterfall
Biking
Fishing
Hiking
Paddling
Swimming
Wildlife watching
Boating
Horseback riding
Wind sports
OHV
Climbing
Snow sports
Surfing
Whitewater paddling

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Hipcamper Tara
Tara
recommends this listing.
May 13th, 2017

Staying at Tanglebloom cabin is like sleeping inside a fairytale! The cabin is small, with just room for the coziest bed ever, along with a small table and chair. It is completely screened in to protect you from the bugs, but feels like you're sleeping in the open air. Outside the cabin, there are several sitting areas, a work station for food prep, and a fabulous fire pit.

The cabin is situated in a dark hemlock grove for total privacy, but there's a great peak-a-boo view of the mountains, the West River, and the setting sun. The bustling town of Brattleboro is close for dining, musuems, and cultural attractions, and the West River is great for swimming in the summer. This is seriously a magical place, Hipcampers! We can't wait to go back.

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Hipcamper Trong-Huy
Trong-Huy
recommends this listing.
June 26th, 2017

Our stay at the Tanglebloom cabin was phenomenal! We are already planning to come back in the near future. The cabin is stocked with everything you need to be comfortable in the outdoors including a gas grill and all necessary kitchen ware. Because, the property is on a hill, the view from the bench was a very nice surprise. Everything from lying in the hammock, hanging out on the bed in the cabin, sitting on the bench, to having a meal at the dining table was very pleasant and enjoyable. We also got a chance to enjoy fresh eggs from the ducks on the farm, which were delicious. We had originally planned to hike the Saturday we were there but we enjoyed the cabin so much, we decided to hike after we checked out of the cabin on Sunday instead.

PS Our hosts, their baby son, and dog are all amazing!

Hipcamper Renee
Renee
recommends this listing.
June 6th, 2017

Tanglebloom Cabin was truly magically relaxing! It is nestled just far enough in the woods to feel completely off the grid but still close the main house. The cabin is furnished with a futon from heaven, a chair and side table that is stacked with books on travel. The "kitchen" area is fully equipped with utensils and food storage, and a camping stove. There was very little packing needed for the stay because they had almost everything available, which makes it a perfect spot for an impromptu getaway for a few days to unplug.

I did have some trouble getting there due to the lack of cell coverage in that area (t-mobile) and the roads were sketchy.

Melissa and Mike were so very welcoming and kind too. I already plan on returning!

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Hipcamper Andrea
Andrea
recommends this listing.
July 14th, 2017

My boyfriend and I spent a wonderful weekend at Tanglebloom Sleeping Cabin. The cabin and surrounding land are absolutely beautiful - located down a short pathway from Melissa & her husband Mike’s house and their gorgeous flower farm, tucked just far enough in the woods to feel completely private & isolated, yet still an easy walk from the bathroom & your car (& wifi access if that's a concern).

Melissa and Mike have really thought of everything to make your stay as pleasant as possible. We are accustomed to tent camping so had brought most of our gear with us but you really won’t need any it here. They have the cabin area fully stocked with all you might need during your stay - fire starting materials, cooking supplies (complete with their delicious homegrown dried chiles - yum!), drinking water, super comfortable bedding, a hammock in the trees for ultimate relaxation and so much more.

We would have been very happy hanging out on the property for the entire weekend but did end up doing a bit of exploring in the local area. Some highlights for us were:

Delicious dinner on the patio at Three Stones (Mayan cuisine) in Brattleboro
Lunch at Superfresh Organic Cafe in Brattleboro
Brattleboro Farmers Market (Saturday mornings)
A float in the West River, just down the road from the farm
Swimming and hiking at Grout Pond in Stratton

All in all, an incredible experience staying at Tanglebloom - we will be back for sure!

Hipcamper Katie
Katie
recommends this listing.
July 24th, 2017

Staying here is a dream!!

Hipcamper Rachel
Rachel
recommends this listing.
July 29th, 2017

We absolutely loved staying at this airy, magical, flower-filled cabin in the woods! Melissa and family were lovely and the place itself is delightful and very well-equipped. A perfect getaway.

Hipcamper Rebecca
Rebecca
recommends this listing.
August 8th, 2017

What a magical little spot! Situated on a secluded overlook with a view of the mountains and river below, this sweet little cabin is the perfect place to relax, read, contemplate, and come home to after a long hike and a swim in the river. The outdoor kitchen is well stocked with cookware, oil, spices, tea, etc. There's a table for two, a hammock, a fire pit, and a wonderful little cabin with a clear roof and a cross breeze to sleep in. We will absolutely be back.

Hipcamper Joey
Joey
recommends this listing.
August 28th, 2017

We had such a great time at Tanglebloom! Melissa and Mike were awesome and so so helpful. The cabin is perfect and between the kitchen area and fire pit we had absolutely everything we needed. There is tons to do in the surrounding area and Melissa and Mike are more than happy to provide recommendations. We will be back without a doubt!

Hipcamper Alejandra
Alejandra
recommends this listing.
September 1st, 2017

The cabin is amazing! My boyfriend and I had an amazing time. The cabin is very clean and the little kitchen has some spices and tools if you want to cook. There are candles and a flashlight, plus a board game, some books, local recommendations and a small first aid kit. The bathroom in the main house is great and they have towels and some toiletries for guests. Water is also provided in the camp site. Even though the night was a bit chilly, we were really warm thanks to the blankets. There is a lot of privacy as well. While we did not personally meet with Melissa, everything was explained to detail and there were instructions everywhere (arrival, what to do while there, facilities, etc). There was also someone available to check is in and out, in case we had questions, and they were really great and helpful! It was a highlight in our road trip and I am looking forward to going there again! Thanks, Melissa, for a beautiful experience!

Property
Tanglebloom Flower farm
State
Vermont
$79/night
1 Site