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Cambridge Rentals

About Cambridge

249 Houses

1BR Smuggler's Notch VT

Cambridge condo

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 6

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Smugglers' Notch * 2 Bedroom, Sleeps 8

Cambridge condo

2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 8

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Wyndham Smugglers Notch Resort

Cambridge condo

2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 8

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Jeffersonville 'Morse House' Near Smugglers’ Notch

Cambridge log cabin

2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 9

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NEW-Remote Stowe Area House w/View of Mt Mansfield

Cambridge house

3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 7

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About Cambridge


Cambridge, Vermont

Head up to Cambridge, Vermont for a peaceful retreat in the mountains.

Whether you want a traditional log cabin or an old farmhouse, FlipKey has the vacation rental to make this a trip to remember.

About Cambridge, Vermont

In the heart of Lamoille County lies the town of Cambridge. Over the years, it has become a popular tourist spot.

The beautiful rolling hills and tall imposing mountains are the main draw of the town. Who could resist those spectacular views?

This small part of America is heavily influenced by English culture – the town was named after Cambridge University.

And, its neighbor, Johnson, was named after Dr. Samuel Johnson – the man who wrote the first dictionary. See if you can spot other influences during your stay, too.

Cambridge is a small town that thrives on its local agriculture – sheep farming is particularly popular here. The locals are a tight-knit community, but always welcome visitors looking to learn about their way of life.

Though the railway isn't used any more, it was once a vital part of transcontinental transportation.

You can still see remnants of the tracks at the three covered bridges – Cambridge Junction, Gates Farm and Scott. Make sure to check them out during your stay.

What to do

Cambridge is a place you go for peace and quiet, and maybe a little exploring.

Hike through the hills and let the views take your breath away. Don't forget your camera – you'll want a photo to help you remember these moments.

In the town, there are plenty of specialty shops where you can find unusual treats and souvenirs. Brown & Jenkins Coffee roasters is a great spot for those who love a good brew.

To find out more about the farming nature of Cambridge, visit Valley Dream Farm. Annie and Joe, the farmers, will take you and your family on an educational tour – they may even get you to help dig for potatoes.

You can even stay for the 'Farm to Table' dinner, which features seven courses of delicious farm-fresh food. It's an evening you definitely won't forget.

If you're partial to a glass of wine, head to Boyden Valley Winery. See how the wine is made and sample the local produce – it's fantastic.

Top Cambridge, Vermont travel tips

Be sure to bring your walking boots to Cambridge. You'll need them if you want to go exploring.

There are several restaurants in town, just remember that gratuity is not included so you'll have to leave a tip. 10-15% should be fine.

The best thing to do in Cambridge is relax and escape the hectic nature of day-to-day life. Bring a good book along with you and settle on in.

For a relaxing vacation with a little excitement, head to Cambridge, Vermont. It's a great place for all the family to enjoy, so get the perfect property by booking your Cambridge vacation rental on FlipKey.

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