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Fitch Hill Inn is situated in Hyde Park, 32 km from Craftsbury's Outdoor Center and features air-conditioned accommodation with free WiFi, as well as access to a sun terrace. Some of the units have a cable flat-screen TV, a fully equipped kitchenette with a microwave, and a private bathroom with a shower and a a hairdryer. The bed and breakfast offers an American or vegetarian breakfast. After a day of hiking, skiing or cycling, guests can relax in the garden or in the shared lounge area. The nearest airport is Burlington International Airport, 73 km from Fitch Hill Inn.
Pros: Everything was extraordinary. Spotless. Extra comfy & cozy. Gourmet breakfast. Special touches throughout. Innkeepers were lovely & great conservationalists. Homemade goods for purchase - apple butter is delicious!
Cons: It was raining & we couldn't enjoy the beautiful grounds.
Pros: Excellent room, clean and pretty, typical New England B&B and great breakfast. Hosts were outstanding!
Pros: John and Julie were wonderful hosts! They prepared the most delicious breakfasts every morning (including gingerbread waffles - which were beyond amazing).
Pros: Charming home and very well kept. Peaceful yet convenient location. John & Julie are gracious & considerate hosts. The home is just beautiful and our room was large, comfortable & clean. Homemade cookies upon our arrival and a delicious breakfast to start our day. It was a hot weekend and the air conditioner was greatly appreciated. I would absolutely love to stay there again and I highly recommend John & Julie’s hospitality.
Pros: The house was a lovely old home that has been maintained beautifully. Julie and John were very friendly and helpful. Breakfast was great. A wonderful country setting to relax but also partake if the pastoral beauty around as well as visit the nearby sights.
Cons: I thought everything was fine.
Pros: They are very nice people. Breakfast was amazing.
Pros: Homemade cookies all day long. Homemade bread, muffins, everything at breakfast. Treated better than family.
Cons: everything was perfect
Pros: The Inn is quaint and historic. The owners are very friendly without being obtrusive. The breakfast is of gourmet quality. Nice touches - homemade cookies put out in the afternoon and sherry in the rooms!
Pros: Great breakfast!! Wonderful porches to sit and just think. Julie is a font of knowledge.
Pros: Everything has been thought of... We loved being able to pick a DVD out from their library, bring it up to our room, and watch it in bed with complimentary popcorn! The breakfast is homemade, to order, abundant and delicious.
When you stay at Muddy Moose in Morrisville, you'll be 13 minutes by car from Noyes House Museum. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Great place modern home great location
Cons: It was all great
Pros: The location was lovely, very quiet and peaceful. The cabin was exceptionally clean and well equipped with everything you could need from washing powder to great cooking facilities and equipment. Chuck and Christine were very kind and helpful suggesting local walks in the area. Thanks to them both for a wonderful stay.
Cons: Nothing - all excellent
Pros: Location was perfect, easy to find and accessible to many attractions and recreational activities.
Cons: That our stay wasn’t longer
Pros: Clean, love the cabin style, the views
Cons: Jacuzzi tub :)
Pros: Everything was Awesome
Pros: Just loved Muddy Moose! The staff was exceptional. I will be returning and at some point and letting my friends and family know they need to check it out!
Pros: This was probably the best place my family has ever stayed. The log cabin was simply gorgeous--all-new interior with all appliances and radiant heating, which made the floors incredibly warm. There was also a wonderful gas stove which kept the place super comfy. All cabins are equipped with everything you need for a nice stay--dishes, linens, and a full kitchen. The property itself is 168 acres of gorgeous hiking trails at the end of a long dirt road in Vermont, at the foot of the mountains. There is also a beautiful waterfall on the property that rivals some of the prettiest waterfalls I've seen. You really couldn't ask for a better place to stay. It was clean, warm, and positively gorgeous. We will definitely go back again. And a big added bonus was that we could bring our dogs, and both of them enjoyed their stay as much as we did!
Cons: It was perfect! What's not to love?
Pros: The cabin was beautiful with all the Modern conveniences anyone could ask for
Pros: Great hiking trails just outside the cabin door. Lovely cabins and welcoming inn keepers. We will be back!
This historic guest house was built in 1893 and is located in the quiet village of Hyde Park, Vermont. Guests will enjoy a 3-course breakfast every morning and free Wi-Fi. Each individually decorated guest room at the Governor's House in Hyde Park features antiques and cable TV with a DVD player. The Governor's Room is equipped with an electric fireplace and private bathroom with a spa bath. Guests can enjoy the English afternoon tea offered at the Governor's House. A well-stocked DVD library and free popcorn is also available. The Stowe Mountain ski area is within a 30-minute drive of the Governor's House Hyde Park. Cycling, mountain climbing and more are located within 10 miles of the property.
Pros: Excellent accommodation and a welcoming and helpful owner. The breakfast was top quality
Pros: A beautiful historic house in a charming town away from the bustle of nearby Stowe. Wonderfully quiet at night and very peaceful. If you like old houses with all the comfort of home this is a must place to stay at.
Pros: The owner is incredibly knowledgeable, helpful and fun. The breakfast was exceptional and the home is stunning. Fully recommend!
Pros: Our experience was truly wonderful. The owner was incredibly pleasant and she runs such a beautiful place! Our room was very clean and comfortable. Breakfast was cozy and delicious. The historical property is fun to explore and a great place to take some amazing photographs. We loved our experience and plan to return!
Pros: Exceptional welcoming from staff. Suzan is on top of everything!! The most beautiful smile with eager to make you feel you're the most important among all ... and this for each and everyone of us. You won't be desappointed.... just go ! - Isabelle and Yves
Cons: I prefer a firm a firm bed opposed to the one we had. But really, this is a matter of personal taste
Pros: We had a delightful stay! Our room was lovely - in fact the entire mansion was gorgeous - and the breakfast every morning was exceptionally delicious.
Pros: The breakfast was absolutely wonderful. The owner/hostess was great. We had a very pleasant conversation with others who were staying at the location.
Cons: Nothing. It was terrific and we will be going back in the not too distant future!