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People will travel all the way to Matamata, New Zealand to see Hobbiton, where “The Hobbit” was filmed. But what most Hobbit fans may not know, is that Vermont has its own hidden hobbit-land in the small town of Middleton Springs. And lucky for us, it’s available to rent on Airbnb. Let’s check out this Hobbit themed Airbnb in Vermont!

Interested in spending the night or weekend at one of these magical houses? For more information and to book your stay, visit their Airbnb host page by clicking here.

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What are the most unique towns in Vermont? 

The state capital of Vermont, Montpelier, is a very fascinating and unique city in Vermont. Montpelier is, in fact, the smallest U.S. capital city with roughly 8,000 residents. The city is also interesting due to its small-town charm, lack of big box stores, and position situated between mountains and the Winooski River. Another unique town in Vermont is Barre. With granite quarries and odd marble statues, this place is incredibly unique. The city is also made up of four small unincorporated villages.

What are historic buildings and landmarks I can visit in Vermont?

There are 18 historic landmarks in Vermont, with many being famous and highly visited places in New England. From old covered bridges to historic homes of former presidents, Vermont has several remarkable landmarks. We recommend visiting the Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site in Plymouth and the Robert Frost Farm in Ripton. Relive Vermont in the olden days at these historic landmarks and sites. For more landmarks and historical sites, check out this article here of 18 historic landmarks you must visit in Vermont.

What are the best family-friendly hikes in Vermont?

One great thing about hiking in Vermont is that you don't have to hike long distances to find beautiful outlooks and interesting terrain. We have made a list of some of the best kid-friendly hikes in Vermont that are fun and enjoyable for the whole family: 1) Sterling Pond Trail in Stowe; 2) Pond Loop in Manchester; 3) Owl’s Head in Marshfield; 4) Mount Olga Trail in Wilmington; 5) Mount Philo in Charlotte. Each of these hikes will be beautiful, easy, and fun for the whole family

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