Norman Rockwell
 
Vermont

Beloved American painter and illustrator of small town American life. Most famous for his Saturday Evening Post covers. Where Norman Rockwell once lived and painted for 12 years. 

200 year old Colonial Inn overlooks a little white church and a red wooden covered bridge, just like a Norman Rockwell painting. The quaint and charming home underwent a major renovation in 1987. Rockwell prints adorn the walls, which inspired the names of rooms. For the real Rockwell experience, you'll want to stay in his bedroom in the main house, or the cottage studio where he actually painted for 12 years. But wherever you are, the entire five acre property is imbued with the Rockwell spirit.

Tennis court tucked in back near the artist's studio. One of America's finest trout streams for fishing, canoeing and swimming just across the green. Grounds offer Children's play equipment, gazebo, picnic/BBQ area, and river road with panoramic views of farms and meadows. Library with piano, fireplaces in dining and living rooms. Tariff includes bountiful breakfast served on bone china, with silver and Waterford crystal. Restaurants, local concerts and summer theater productions nearby. Inquire about weekly/monthly rates. 
 

2 cottages, 4 guest rooms, 1 suite (1 sharing bath). The rooms are spacious, delightfully picturesque, and filled with wonderful antiques creating an authentic, life-sized 3 dimensional American picture of Rockwell's time.
 
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