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The Three Stallion Inn was welcoming from the start. The room was clean, bathroom was fabulous, and the bed was comfortable. The breakfast was better than expected, as well. I would stay there again, without question. A home away from home.
My husband & I REALLY enjoyed our stay at the Three Stallions Inn. Beautiful & clean room, lots of New England character & charm. Continental breakfast was expansive. Went hiking on the grounds - well marked & beautiful trails. Would definitely stay there again!!!
We had our daughter's wedding at this inn - it was just perfect! The wedding party and close family stayed in the pretty and comfortable rooms, and the party was in the attached restaurant - it could not have been easier or nicer! I highly...More
I stayed at the Three Stallion Inn this past week while speaking at a conference locally. The rooms were very clean and wonderfully decorated. We enjoyed the friendliness of the staff and the morning breakfast was a fun "make your own" affair with so many...More
Wish we could have stayed longer. Room & bed very comfortable. Nice grounds and friendly staff. Staff provided good advice of places to eat and things to do. Breakfast a bit disappointing with nothing hot. All self serve from the refrigerator.
We stayed at the Three Stallion Inn B&B in May of 2013. At that time, there was a restaurant but it was closed. Their website shows they do offer food. You might give them a call at (802) 728-5575 to confirm dining... More
We stayed at the Three Stallion Inn B&B in May of 2013. At that time, there was a restaurant but it was closed. Their website shows they do offer food. You might give them a call at (802) 728-5575 to confirm dining options during the time you plan to visit.
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"The inn was pretty full to capacity, but you didn't hear anything once you retired to your room...that..."