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The Andrie Rose Inn is found on a quiet side street in the town of Ludlow in four buildings, and since each building has a small number of rooms, you never feel as if you are a guest in a large establishment. With 17 rooms you can expect and receive various sizes of rooms with queen, ... more

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There are two things in Vermont that are just about perfect: one is the charming town of Dorset—quintessential New England—and the second is the hospitality of Linda and Jim, the owners and innkeepers of this wonderful property, Barrows House. This is a historic inn of nin... more

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The Blueberry Hill Inn invites you into their special, tranquil world in the Green Mountain National Forest, a world of quiet, fresh air, lovely food, and luxurious accommodations. In the original part of the inn, built in 1813, there are four bedrooms. There are also accommodations i... more

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As Route 4 takes a gentle bend and angles into the heart of downtown Woodstock, you see the Charleston House, a Greek Revival townhouse with a handsome brick and shuttered façade. From the side entrance you pass into the elegant dining room where guests enjoy a candlelit country brea... more

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The Deerhill Inn sits perched high on a hill with breathtaking views of the Haystack and Mount Snow ski areas. The cozy downstairs sitting room is shared by non-resident guests coming for dinner but there is an upstairs living room that’s reserved for inn guests. Decorating here is ... more

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Stowe is one of Vermont’s most renowned ski and mountain resorts yet its history goes back long before skiing became popular. The Green Mountain Inn, the first inn in town and listed in the National Register of Historic Places, is part of that early history. The core of the inn ... more

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Perched on a hill with sweeping views of the valley below and the Green Mountains, the Inn at Ormsby Hill is a restored 1764 manor house listed on the Register of Historic Places. Attention to detail is everywhere, from the decor of the common rooms and the bedchambers, to the dining ... more

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The Inn at Sawmill Farm is imbued with old New England style and decor. You feel the warmth of this property as you climb the stairs to the reception area and the adjoining common room with its charming timbered ceilings, barn-board walls, and that ever-present New England fireplace. ... more

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It would be hard to imagine a more spectacular setting than that of the Inn at Shelburne Farms, which sits in a 1,400-acre estate overlooking Lake Champlain and the Adirondack Mountains. The grounds are a creation of Frederick Law Olmsted, the architect who designed New York’s C... more

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The Inn at the Round Barn Farm, sitting in 245 lovely acres of mountains, meadows and ponds, promises romance, relaxation, and an escape from reality. On the day of my visit the first welcoming touch I encountered was a tureen of hot soup for returning skiers in the small but cozy lib... more

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This National Historic Register inn has thirteen rooms in three buildings—the Markham House dating to 1848, the Coleman House (1830), and a charming country barn—all nestled on 6 acres of woods, lawn, and gardens on the banks of the West River. Within walking distance are ... more

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Woodstock, Vermont is one of those New England towns designed with such charm and quaintness that you would think that one mastermind had created it. It’s one of those places that has to be on your tour of New England. The Jackson House, just outside town, is a great place for a sto... more

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Lang House, Burlington, Vermont

Frank Dudley constructed this Victorian mansion in 1881 and today it continues to provide the warmth, welcome, and service that were present in that earlier era. Lang House’s eleven bedrooms, each with private bath, are decorated in the style of the mansion as it once was. They are ... more

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The Lilac Inn is nestled in the Champlain Valley, surrounded by the Green Mountains and the Adirondacks, on the prettiest street in the region, in the small historic town of Brandon, chartered in 1746. Built in 1909 as a summer cottage for Albert Farr; the Greek Revival style home, wi... more

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You really must stay at the Maple Leaf Inn to appreciate all the thoughtful touches that Nancy and Mike lavish on their guests, from the surprise gift on your bedside pillow to the lovely stenciling unique to each guestroom (all king-sized). Although newly built, this beautiful three-... more

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October Country Inn, Vermont, New England

Think casual, think relaxed, think of a place where you can put your feet up, read a book, and be totally natural and without pretense. Think October Country Inn! In this quaint, ten-bedroom inn, a 19th-century farmhouse, you’ll find sincere hospitality and delicious food. This is t... more

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The Old Tavern, also referred to as the Grafton Inn, in Grafton makes one of those architectural statements that you never forget—its façade is both wide and tall and it has an appealing porch that just beckons you to sit and relax. Guestrooms are found in the main tavern and two c... more

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Throw away the books on decorating—start thinking outside the box and book into one of the Pitcher Inn’s fabulously decorated and themed rooms, whether it’s the School Room, Trout Room, Lodge, Hayloft, or Ski Room. I suppose that the most spectacular has to be the Lodge with its... more

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Afternoon tea was being served as I arrived at Rabbit Hill Inn—just what I had been thinking I would like. This was just one example of the way the innkeepers and staff here seem to anticipate your every need—they have honed the art of personal service to absolute perfection, with... more

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The Red Clover Inn is a retreat away from the cares of the world. This inn truly feels like a private home. The beamed-ceilinged keeping room is most inviting with its fireside sofas and wonderful leather wingbacks. Guestrooms, all air-conditioned, with private bathrooms, king or quee... more

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Amy created Stone Hill Inn, often called the best accommodation in Stowe, with the aim of offering guests the perfect blend of romance, ambiance, and privacy. Set above the road to the ski mountain, this inn attracts not only skiers, but also more particularly, guests who want a roman... more

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Three Mountain Inn has all you’ll want for as long a time as you can be a guest. This romantic 1790s country inn on the main street of the little town of Jamaica, just under the shadow of the Green Mountains, is ideally located for access to skiing, but also great for Fall foliage, ... more

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Absolute perfection—your own farmhouse home in Vermont on 300 acres with country charm, urban sophistication, ingenious decoration, and every amenity in the world—at a price, but unique. In the evening guests come together for cocktails, wine, and lively conversation in th... more

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West Mountain Inn sits way up on a hill with glorious views down the long winding driveway to the valley below. There are 150 acres on which to roam, with wildflowers, a bird sanctuary, alpacas, hiking trails, and the Battenkill River where you might want to try your fishing skil... more

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A little-traveled two-lane road leads you to one of the most captivating country inns you’ll ever stay in. Set on a knoll overlooking the Adirondack Mountains, 15 minutes from the town of Middlebury, Whitford House is surrounded by rich farmland. Inside the inn, in addition to the e... more

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Willard Street Inn, Burlington, Vermont

When a historic home in what was a city’s grandest neighborhood is made into an inn welcoming guests from near and far, everyone wins. Such is the case with the Willard Street Inn, a stately Georgian/Queen Anne Revival-style mansion built in 1881 in the hill section of Burlington wi... more

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The Windham Hill Inn sits on 160 acres at the end of a country road on a rise with views all around. Inside the inn, there are lovingly decorated living rooms to make you feel instantly as if you’ve just returned to see an old friend. Fireplaces and comfortable chairs beckon and win... more

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