Rhoda and Bill Ackerman welcome you to the Devil's Den Farm Homestay Bed and Breakfast located in picturesque Chelsea, Vermont. Our classic New England farmhouse was built in 1921 by the Gilmans, Rhoda's grandparents.
The Gilmans are seventh generation Chelsea residents.
The farm is named in honor of a small cave located on the hillside behind our home. The cave was named "The Devils Den Cave" in the 1800s. During the years before there were buildings on the property; it was a favorite hiking spot for the local boys from town.
The front porch is lined with flower boxes and rocking chairs; as it was during an earlier, simpler time. Grammy Gilman served her ten children afternoon snacks from her rocking chair on this same porch.
We invite you to make yourself at home in in our guest shared country kitchen and sitting room for visiting and watching TV. We have a toy collection for the entertainment of your children.
Our large country kitchen is a perfect place to enjoy our continental breakfast and a visit with other guests or plan your days' schedule. We invite you to make our farm your home base for visiting family and friends. Its' a great place for your family or a couples' vacation.
Reserve all the rooms for a group attending a reunion or wedding in the area.
You may make your reservation by calling Rhoda at: 1-802-685-4582 E Mail at email@example.com
THE ROLFE PLACE CABIN
Our secluded Rolfe Place Cabin with pine paneling has three bedrooms, one bath and a front porch that over looks a small pond.
Furnishings at the cabin include linens, towels, robes, washer/dryer,dishes, AC, TV and VCR, telephone, outside grill, electric cook-stove, refrigerator, microwave, furnace and a wood-burning stove in the living room.
The master bedroom on the main floor features a queen-sized bed. On the second floor the fist bedroom has a double-sized bed. The second bedroom has a double-sized bed, a twin-sized bed and a small loft with a twin bed.
The cabin is located four miles south of Chelsea Village. It can be reached by turning off Rt. 110, go two miles on Bickenell Hill Road. The country dirt toad runs through the scenic "Flint Covered Bridge" and onto The Holt Hill Road. Which is a class four town road.
The Rolfe Cabin and our maple sugar house are built on the land that used to belong to Bill's Great Grandfather. The Rolfe Place is named for the Rolfe Family that lived on the property in the 1800s.
The cabin is open for renting from May till the middle of November.
Prices range from $125.00 and up [depending on number of people staying and for how long] per night. Call Rhoda for reservations at 1-802-685-4582 E Mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org . .