Meadow House Collective
Come alive in the backcountry
Meadow-House pond and bonfire gathering space. Full composition here Photo courtesy Andrew Wyatt
The Meadow-House rests at the base of the Worcester Mountains across from the Western trailhead to Hunger Mountain. The inside spaces offer a spacious floor plan accommodating groups of up to 20 guests comfortably. Outside spaces include a secluded 1/2 acre pond, maple sugarbush, and a trail system for guests that connects with the Skyline trail, White Rock, Hogback Mountain, Stowe Pinnacle, and Worcester Mountain summits to the North.
Originally a ski dorm cabin, the Meadow-House was recently remodeled and includes a curved cathedral ceiling that delivers lush acoustics and dynamic ambiance.
The Western views are abundantly incorporated into the design of the house and span roughly 50 miles from Mt. Abe in the South to Mt. Mansfield up North and includes Camel’s Hump as well as the entire Bolton range due West.