Queen or full sized bed in historic farmhouse in the heart of Vermont with gorgeous views of fields and forest. One of three bedrooms available to guests, enjoy quiet privacy in your room or join us on the porch, kitchen or by the living room fire.
One of three bedrooms 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.
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 large bedrooms contains either a queen or full-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.
NOTE: This booking is for one bedroom and can accommodate up to 2 people. The house has two shared bathrooms.
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 the 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, Sarduccis, NECI or the Skinny Pancake in Montpelier,Vt.
After making reservations, please call me to let me know if you are vegetarian, have any dietary restrictions or have allergies.
Evelyn was a great host and the accommodations were just what we were looking - rustic, tucked into the mountains, quintessentially Vermont. Our host treated us to some homemade pies, quiches, and preserved foods she sells at local farmers markets, and we met several other kind, down-to-earth folks who had reserved other rooms for the night. Definitely recommended.
Evelyn was very gracious in welcoming us for a late arrival and early departure. Her quiche is delicious! The dormer room has a beautiful view of the sunrise.
The home, rooms, and property were quaint and as clean as one would expect from a country home where a hundred pies and quiches were being baked for the weekend farmers markets. The hostess prepared 'self-serve' style breakfast for us because she wasn't around much during the weekend but at the aforementioned markets. It felt somewhere between a B&B and crashing at a relative's house, but all in all a pleasant experience on a lovely piece of property.
My friends and I were welcomed into our host's lovely farmhouse in snowy Vermont. From the cozy living room with an always burning wood fireplace to the amazing breakfast each morning, we were beyond spoiled. The icing on the cake was how warm and friendly our host was. She let us extended our trip a night when we were burnt out from skiing and having too much fun. She also had an amazing selection of homemade jams and pickles that we all promptly bought and ate on the way home. Before we left, we were all ready planning a trip back in the spring. Thank you again for an amazing weekend filled with fun, skiing, friendly locals and of course JAMS!
We had a wonderful time in this beautiful, historic home. Evelyn was absolutely wonderful - accomodated my party of four on literally a moment's notice (she replied to my same-day request within 10 minutes!). The house has been in her family for generations, and the rooms were lovely. We especially loved the hammock swings on the front porch, looking out at flowers, a verdant lawn, and green hills. The only thing that kept this from being a totally idyllic retreat was a bit of road noise from a nearby road - but I'm extra-sensitive to these things.
Evelyn made knock-out delicious pancakes for us the next day - wow! I don't even like pancakes usually, but these were light and irresistible with Vermont maple syrup. A garrulous and friendly hostess, Evelyn made us feel part of the family at breakfast, made sure that we had all the info we needed about surrounding attractions, and told us about the recent town history. Her daughters were delightful to chat with as well.
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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.