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A cozy night spent in this eclectically furnished B & B. The double bed was comfortable, but a bit small. Maria, our hostess, was a warm and smiling lady who recommended a local restaurant for dinner and then the next morning provided us with a...More
Me and my girlfriend had decided to make an impromptu trip to Mount Washington on my only day off of the week. We figured out at 4pm we had to leave Connecticut that night if we were going to have time for the mountain. So...More
The best thing to say is that I love this place. You never know what is going to happen but it's always an adventure. Check it out for yourself .it is the best bed and breakfast in the Northeast Kingdom hands down.There is never any...More
The pup and I decided to take a weekend to visit Dog Mountain. We found the Inn through the Dog Mountain web site. The welcoming hospitality started Friday afternoon. As I was scrambling to get all the loose ends tied up before leaving work I...More
My family's stay at the McIndoe Falls Inn was part of a loosely organized but complicated family reunion that involved 20 or more people coming and going throughout the weekend, some staying only one night, others for two or three, some only coming for breakfast....More
Our 200 year old, nine bedroom Bed and Breakfast Inn nestled in the heart of Vermont's Northeast Kingdom, offers you a peaceful and genuinely unique experience. This Greek revival home with hand blown glass windows, 13 foot high ceilings, a common room with fireplace and stunning antique furniture will make your visit an old fashion delight! Summer means fresh herbs and vegetables from her garden. Winter brings aromatic smells of baking breads and simmering soups.