We found this cabin while searching the internet. My wife is not ready to stay in a B&B yet, but enjoys the country views and wildlife. Mary has three cabins in the woods by a lake, with a breathtaking view of a rolling meadow. We checked in with the fellow on the tractor in the yard, that told us the cabin to go to. There was a note on the cabin door and we did not have to see Mary until checkout. The cabin was a 'true log cabin', tastefully decorated in Indian decor, furnished with firewood for the wood stove, and dishes in the cabinet. We had a great time! I would note to follow the directions from Mary, since GPS will route you over some almost impassable roads. Most of the secondary roads in Vermont are dirt/gravel and quite narrow, but this adds to the country charm. (You usually won't see flocks of turkeys and herds of deer from a paved road) Take some firestarters with you to aid in using the wood stove. I was impressed that a true wood stove was furnished, instead of a 'safer' gas stove. Our cabin had a crack in the bathtub, but Mary said her son was going to replace the tub. It was safe but probably leaking water on the floor under the tub. The fall foliage was beautiful, even though some leaves had falled early due to a passing storm. Everyone was friendly and waved when you passed on the roads. Take food to cook, because it is 6 miles or more to a grocery store and not very many restaurants in Brookfield. There are no 7-11's around and fast food joints are few! Be sure to visit the granite mine at Brookfield, it is impressive. From this location, you can travel quickly to most attractions in central Vermont. We also tried to stay off the Interstate and traveled mostly state and county roads, the views were spectacular. If traveling back to Vermont and this area, I would certainly stay here again.