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The Maple Leaf Inn - Barnard
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9.7 Excellent (97 reviews)
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Located in Barnard, The Maple Leaf Inn is within a 15-minute drive of Silver Lake State Park and Lakota Lake. Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, a business center, and a library. Free self parking is available onsite.
8.5 Excellent
Pros: Physically and operationally, thoughtfully considerate of guest needs - lots of nice touches. Recommend!
Cons: Sound travelled in from the hall / stairs and exterior, but very infrequently. A/C somewhat loud. Promised snacks couldn't be found near complimentary drinks fridge.
9.7 Excellent
Pros: Nancy and Mike were so lovely. Our room was so comfy (I came home and ordered the same linen) and we were able to enjoy some Vermont cheese and crackers by the fire in the lounge in the afternoon.. So amazing. It was such a treat to have such great home cooked food while traveling and as a bonus we got to go snow shoeing in the woods behind the house. Highly recommend!
Cons: Little hard to find off the street the first time. Keep your eyes peeled for the sign. Also there is no cell reception (not a bad thing on holiday) so save down your maps. Free wifi when you arrive at BnB so it wasn't an issue once you've checked in.
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Twin Farms is an inclusive farm resort. It's located on 300 acres of secluded land. The hotel is one and a half hours from the airport in Burlington. The hotel was built in 1993 and last renovated in 2001. It was originally the property of writers Sinclair Lewis and Dorothy Thompson. There are onsite activities like bicycling, boating and sailing, fishing, hot tub, jogging trails, snow skiing and tennis. Guest services include free onsite parking, room service, wheelchair access to common areas, dry cleaning service, concierge service and multilingual staff. The dining at Twin Farms is centered around locally grown vegetables and herbs and seasonal foods. It is headed by chef Nathan Rich. There are more than 15,000 wines available from wine manager and sommelier Keven Ring. There's breakfast, lunch, dinner and evening cocktails. Guests can enjoy treatments at the on site spa. The hotel has 20 distinctive suites with global decorations. Amenities include a fireplace, writing desk, and twice daily housekeeping services. Rooms have featherbeds, down pillows and comforters. There are fully stocked refrigerators with coffee, tea and seasonal snacks. Guests can make use of the Tesla charging stations and complimentary high speed wireless Internet access. Each spacious bathroom has windows and hand blended out of the woods bath and body products. There are satellite TVs and a selection of puzzles, music, games and movies. Book Twin Farms today for an idyllic getaway perfect for rest or for special occasions. It's a great choice for outdoor enthusiasts or foodies.