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Reviewed 19 October 2020

we stayed for the weekend and it was a great time. The food was great from the breakfast breads to the dinner entrees. The owners and staff are warm and welcoming and catered to our every need. The rooms and the facility were clean and nicely decorated. A great experience.

Date of stay: October 2020
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Thank starktrek36
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Reviewed 7 March 2020 via mobile

Birch Ridge Inn is a great option for a cozy place to stay while skiing in Killington. The inn is a well-run local operation. It has the quaint feel of staying at a relative’s house. Our stay included a hot breakfast which was fresh cooked each morning. The dinner there was also wonderful. We ate in the restaurant which had more of a quiet romantic feel. Although many patrons ate at the bar. We were able to book lift tickets through the inn in advance which I’d highly recommend for convenience and it allowed us to get a discount. The inn is best suited for couples and adults. Each room seems to have a whirlpool and fireplace and tv with lots of cable channels. We’d definitely stay here again when returning to Killington.

Date of stay: March 2020
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Reviewed 18 February 2020 via mobile

The inn is very conveniently located 3 to 5 minutes from the slopes and in the middle of the restaurants, ski shops. The inn owners are hands on and very lovely, welcoming, happy people, whom you want to be around with. They deal with every detail from preparing the food, maintenance, the bar etc. The breakfast is a different dish every morning freshly prepared. Bar area is very cozy and the cocktails are generous. Due to my travels I am very keen on cleanness and this place is kept very clean. I recommend highly.

Date of stay: February 2020
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Reviewed 22 January 2020

Very clean room; nice whirlpool tub in the room - very warm room, great temperature control. Polite inn keepers. Things missing: A mini fridge in the room (or even better a minibar) and a coffee maker.

Location was very good, not even 5' drive from the slopes.

Date of stay: January 2020
1  Thank Angelos k
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Reviewed 24 December 2019

Many establishments can provide comfortable lodging under normal conditions, but excellence can be measured by how well the proprietors respond under adverse circumstances. The innkeepers at Birch Ridge proved their mettle during our recent stay, when a nasty storm sent a tree branch into a power line, taking out the electricity at the inn. More on that in a bit.

This ten-room Inn's exterior is unassuming, with a faux-covered bridge at the entrance to the parking area. It is located in a quiet area close to the ski resort. It is a short drive from the tourist attractions in Quechee and Woodstock, and is also a convenient base of operations for fall foliage tourists.They have a full bar and restaurant on site, and there are other restaurants within walking distance or a short drive away.

Our room was nicely-appointed, and innkeeper Mary took the time to show us all of its hidden features. It had a gas fireplace, and good-sized bathroom with a shower/tub combination, a comfortable king-sized bed and a big armoire and dresser, and a flat screen TV. Our room had picture windows and a sitting area. It was out those windows that a tree limb crashed into a telecommunications line, snapping the utility pole off at the base and causing a power outage. This was on the first night of our stay. From our room, we could see innkeeper Bill inspecting the damage and later meeting with the crews from Green Mountain Power as they arrived on the scene.

We've had the misfortune of staying in other hotels when the power has gone out, and so we expected very little at this point. Certainly we didn't expect that breakfast would be served. As I left the room that morning to check on the status of the power outage, I discovered two bottles of water and two battery operated lanterns outside our door. Very thoughtful and proactive of the innkeepers to provide these for us. I went down the hall to the breakfast room where I found Mary brewing coffee using an emergency battery. She assured me that breakfast would be served, as she'd be using the gas griddle and stove in the kitchen for cooking.

Breakfast was delicious -- that morning and every morning during our stay. On the morning after the power outage, we were served frittatas with sausage, veggies and cheese. Mary also acknowledged the elephant in the room. What would happen if power weren't restored by that evening? She encouraged the guests to go on with their plans for sight-seeing that day, and if the power weren't restored when we returned in the afternoon, she'd help us work through the alternatives for lodging.

Thanks to the quick and efficient work of the power company, the electricity was back on when we returned that afternoon. But it was Mary's and Bill's professional approach to dealing with this issue that helped keep our vacation worry-free.

The inn has an ice machine and ice buckets for guests' use, and freshly-baked, tasty cookies are offered at the front desk. There are a few stairs to climb between the lobby and the hallway to the rooms, but there is also a small lift available for guests that can't negotiate the stairs.

I'll conclude by saying that my husband and I aren't really B&B people. We generally prefer the anonymity of staying at a hotel. But we were pleasantly surprised by the excellent service we received at Birch Ridge. These innkeepers are the best!

Date of stay: October 2019
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Thank RJ748
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