Turn back the pages of history when you stay in Kipling’s Vermont home
Did you know that Rudyard Kipling wrote the “Jungle Books” in Vermont? Yes, dear reader, he did! Fully restored by The Landmark Trust USA, Naulakha is available to explore and enjoy – from Kipling’s library of original books to his pool table and game room on the third floor. This secluded home, a National Historic Landmark, includes a mini-museum of artifacts from Kipling’s life during the time he lived in Vermont. With all the modern amenities to make your travel back in literary time a comfortable one, you will want to return to this spacious home with accommodations for 8.