Welcome to the Lakeside Artists Retreat.
White Birch Lakeside Retreat is so much more than a Bed and Breakfast. It is an artist-owned getaway where one can also escape to find or reconnect with their muse. Located on the tranquil shores of beautiful Lake Memphremagog in Newport, Vermont, White Birch Lakeside Retreat can be your sanctuary to be inspired, create and recharge.
Throughout your stay, you will be surrounded by the beauty and serenity of one of the Northeast’s most natural and genuine getaway destinations. The Northeast Kingdom of Vermont is a nature and outdoor enthusiast’s dream come true. From pristine lakes and rivers for paddling to majestic mountains for hiking, biking and skiing. Not to mention our miles upon miles of scenic roadways for a relaxing cruise or cycle. There are unlimited things to discover while you get reacquainted with nature. It’s no wonder that we call the Newport, Vermont area “Genuine by Nature”.
The property at White Birch Lakeside Retreat is in a relaxing location far from the hustle and bustle of urban life where one can slow down and tap into their creative side. A leisurely walk down the recreation path that runs adjacent to the property is a great place to let your thoughts wander as you take in the natural beauty of Lake Memphremagog and the rugged northern spine of the Green Mountains of Vermont.
White Birch Lakeside Retreat boasts a rustic feel that invites you to enjoy a good book, a cup of tea and feed your spirit.
In the winter months, White Birch Lakeside Retreat is a warm, cozy alternative to the busy ski resort vibe. After a day of getting out to enjoy the beauty of a Vermont winter, nothing is more enjoyable than relaxing in the comfort of this unique Vermont cabin.
It is an inviting place to listen to the rhythm of the lake and sounds of nature while you relax, retreat and recharge.
Commune with local wildlife that inhabit the pond, woods and marshes that surround White Birch Lakeside Retreat. It is not uncommon to encounter a deer in the morning mist or hear the loons on the lake in the evening. The local marshes, less than a half mile walk, are home to turtles, beaver, mink, otter, osprey and heron.