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I felt we were led astray by positive reviews from Trip Advisor. We had booked online and felt trapped and so stayed out our two nights, but in retrospect, wish we hadn't.
Felt more trapped when all guests were seated at one table, enforcing breakfast...More
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Response from bearlover1, Owner at Honeywood InnResponded 16 September 2007
Thank you to every one who has taken the time to write a review, we appreciate all the positive ratings that we receive from most of our guests and are sorry to learn that this reviewer was unhappy. Our welcome to our guests is unconditional.....More
I stayed at the Honeywood this weekend with my husband and we were totally shocked at the conditions. We'd read the reviews here on TripAdvisor and it seemed like a good place and a good value. We were mostly in town to hike and relax...More
This was my husband and my 4th stay at the Honeywood Lodge in June 2007 and we absolutely love it! It feels like you are in the country and it is quiet and peaceful. Breakfasts are delicious! The property is very clean and well kept....More
Loved this place. It's older, more interesting than a chain hotel or motel. Staff very friendly, helpful. Particularly neat was the apres ski apple cider and cookies run by the staff every afternoon, in the old lodge (there's a new and old lodge, 200 yards...More
If you want great service, good food, wonderfully warm atmosphere, clean and beautifully decorated rooms and helpfull staff mixed with a heaping measure of local color (Vermont green that is), stay at the Honeywood Lodge. We have stayed here in the past and I remember...More