Designed and built by Nobel Prize winning author Rudyard Kipling, this National Historic Landmark is where Kipling penned the Jungle Books and Captains Courageous. Located on 55 protected acres, it is also where Kipling introduced the sport of skiing to Vermont on skis that were a gift from Arthur Conan Doyle, the creator of Sherlock Holmes. Accommodations include four bedrooms, three full baths, Kipling's pool table, Vermont's first tennis court, gas log fireplace, dishwasher, and washer and dryer. Much of the home is still decorated with Kipling's own furnishings. Managed by Landmark Trust USA, the home is available for stays of three days to three weeks.