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I go to Vermont almost every year and Groton State Forest area is my favorite for photography and hiking.
Fruitlands B&B was my home away from home during my October 2017 trip. The charming house is located on the hill
over the picturesque village of...More
If you want to get "away from it all," this is a great place to visit. It is a working farm in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom. The only livestock are about 10 guinea hens that live on the farm and walk around eating larvae all day...More
We took a chance on Fruitlands as a stopover 108 miles into a 182 mile cycling trip in Vermont. Janet called a few days in advance when she wasn't sure she had our plans correct, and dale picked us up from a nearby restaurant for...More
Response from Dale N, Owner at Fruitlands Bed and BreakfastResponded 25 October 2016
Thank you for "taking a chance" and staying at Fruitlands while biking across Vermont. Part of the fun in being hosts is to help with the special logistics and needs of people who are choosing to travel Vermont on biking tours, hiking tours and even...More
Beautiful landscape & garden, secluded, quiet; absolutely no wifi or cell service. Several miles of gravel road to get there. We enjoyed hearing the guineas since we have had them ourselves. Had a relaxing time. We were there blueberries were ripe,we were told to pick...More
Response from Dale N, Owner at Fruitlands Bed and BreakfastResponded 27 August 2016
Thank you for staying with us at Fruitlands B&B. I want to clarify that we are indeed up a well-maintained gravel road (school-bus route) but only 1.2 miles off from Rt. 2, the major east-west highway in Northern Vermont.
Dale graciously used his truck to pick up our bikes and us about 4 miles away from their B&B to avoid the steep hills remaining to the B&B. They gave us an upgrade to a suite, offered the use of their kayaks and transportation to...More
Response from Dale N, Owner at Fruitlands Bed and BreakfastResponded 9 August 2016
Thank you. We are glad that you had a great last day of biking down to Wells River via Peacham. We hope to see you on another bike trip, and maybe you will be able to fit in using our kayaks next time.