A room in an old farmhouse with two shared bathrooms await you when you drive up the road to our home in Vermont The property has been in our family since the late 1700's. The house was built in 1840 and still reflects much of that heritage.
We have up to three rooms available for your party. Just mention the number of rooms needed when you make your reservation.
Drive up and park by the barn. Walk across the porch and be welcomed into our home. As bed and breakfast guests you are now a part of our family. We are eager to make you feel right at home.
Each of the three large bedrooms contains a queen sized bed with cotton sheets and feather pillows. You will be invited to join us on the porch or in front of the fire depending on the weather.
Walk out to the waterfall. Stroll past Standing Stone Perennial Gardens. Take a hike though the forest or jog past beef, horse and dairy farms. The White River offers fishing, swimming holes and great tubing.
We are just up the road from Vermont Law School. Within a short drive you will find Cabot Cheese Shop, the Quechee Antique Mall, the Golf Club in Woodstock, Simon Pierce Glassworks, Killington Ski Area, Montpelier (Vermont's Capital), Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream Factory, Dartmouth College, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Hospital,
Great places to eat include Five Olde or the Worthy Burger in South Royalton, the Norwich Inn in Norwich, Vt, Tip Top Cafe in White River Jct., Vt., the Canoe Club or Molly's in Hanover, NH, the Harrington House in Bethel, Vt. Sarduccis, NECI or the Skinny Pancake in Montpelier,Vt.
NOTE: This booking is for 1 bedrooms with a queen-sized bed which can accommodate up to 2 people. The house has two shared bathrooms. There are up to 3 rooms available with a queen-sized bed in each.
NOTE: This booking is for 1 bedrooms with a queen-sized bed which can accommodate up to 2 people. The house has two shared bathrooms. There are up to 3 rooms available with a queen-sized be in each.
We want you to feel at home so relax, enjoy the views and be sure to let us know if there is anything we can do to make your stay more comfortable.
Such a lovely time staying at Evelyn's bnb. Her home was very warm and welcoming during the cold January winter. Beautiful home with a lot of history. She was very kind and helpful with great suggestions on what to see and do in VT. Her breakfast was a real treat too! Freshly squeezed orange juice and eggs right from her hen pen. I would love to go back and stay with her again.
We really loved this place! It felt like home with a fire when we came back from a hike and homemade quiche for breakfast. A great view over the mountains from every window of the house and close to great hike or ski trails. Evelyn is a very warm person and can tell you a lot about the area or just a chat!
We stayed with Evelyn in August, so the landscape was green and lush, a different kind of picturesque from her photo of a snow-encrusted home. Evelyn's home is welcoming, very clean, well furnished and very comfortable. With the windows opened we could hear the sounds of the outdoors as we drifted to sleep.
For anyone who enjoys a good conversation over breakfast, Evelyn is ready to engage you. Along with the other guests, it was a rich and rewarding morning over french toast and coffee.
This is a warm and wonderful place. I hope we are able to return at some point in the future. Maybe in winter!
Royalton B&B is a beautiful old farm house set on a lovely bit of VT property. The host, Evelyn, is warm, friendly, and very flexible -- she goes out of her way to make you feel at home. (As do her family members, if they happen to be around during your visit). Breakfast is cooked to perfection and garnished with friendly conversation from the hostess. The view from the front porch looks like a postcard, and it's a great place to watch the stars, and occasional meteor shower, at night. The B&B is walking distance from a swimming hole and a town center with a weekly farmer's market and a well-stocked co-op. It's a short drive away from Silver Lake in Barnard, VT, and to the shops and attractions of Woodstock and Quichee (as well as a number of other local highlights). For those looking for a rural retreat, Royalton fits the bill aesthetically despite being a touch close to the highway. However, this B&B's proximity to nearby attractions, its low price, and the flexibility & hospitality of its owner well make up for the occasional sound of a passing car. Highly recommended!
Picture it... Driving down a canopied country road along a bustling rivers edge...turn a corner and pull into this charming weathered farm.. You are surrounded by New Emglands majestic rolling ranges peering down on you on this very special property. Evelyn the host, greeted us with open arms and an open hearth. The home is filled with all the quaintness you'd expect from a home built during the early years of our countries beginnings. Waking up to brewing coffee and fog rising over the surrounding hills is exactly what the Dr ordered for this weary city dweller. My second floor bedroom bosted a big comfy bed and a soothing view of the meadow, which surrounds itself around this home. When night rolls in...the show begins. Fireflies and the sounds of the night inspire you to pick up a book or swing in a hammock on the front porch. Evelyn is the kind of host that makes you feel .. Immediatly, comfortable and welcome. There really wasn't enough stars to express our appreciation... Enjoy!
Awesome experience! Evelyn was an excellent host. We arrived at her home fairly late at night, but Evelyn was at the front to greet us. The house itself is quaint and beautiful. After a day on the slopes (Killington is 45-60 mins away), we had a great conversation over glasses of wine and VT cheese, sitting by the fireplace.
The house is in a relatively remote area, so you should know that.
I can't wait to go back there again.
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As your hosts, we love to meet new people from all over the world. We have traveled to Italy and a few other countries in Europe. We have also traveled to Panama and Canada.
Evelyn writes and works from home as well as works as a substitute teacher in local public elementary schools.
In the past year she has been building her pie and quiche business selling at up to 8 farmers markets a week. Her quiches are regularly available for breakfast. She also sells jams, jellies, pickles and relishes which may also be available for tasting upon request.
Evelyn grew up in Vermont. The B&B is on the farm where her family has lived since the town was founded in the late 1700's.
We have lived on both coasts as well as several years in Costa Rica,. We look forward to meeting you and hearing about your travels.
Se habla espanol.