The Willard Street Inn is a charming Victorian mansion built in 1881 of brick and white marble as a private family home for Charles W. Woodhouse. The three story Inn offers grace and grandeur blended with the warmest hospitality. Tall double front doors with antique brass handles open to welcome you into the beautiful cherry paneled foyer and its striking staircase. The décor is both elegant and comfortable. Each of its 14 guest rooms, all with private baths, are individually decorated with authentic and reproduction antiques. Each room has its own personality that welcomes you with a blend of historic charm and modern comforts. Every morning a delicious gourmet breakfast is prepared by our chef and served in the sunny marble floored solarium with its delightful views of our beautiful English gardens and Lake Champlain. In the warmer months, a stroll down the stunning marble staircase off the solarium leads guests to our 1.5 acres of lawn and English gardens filled with flowers and herbs. Whether in bloom with spring flowers or ablaze with autumn color, the gardens are a place to behold the wonders of nature. A short walk takes you to the University of Vermont, Champlain College, Lake Champlain's waterfront and Church Street's fine restaurants and shopping. Innkeepers/Owners: Katie and Larry Davis General Manager: Carrie Davis Marketing Manager: Jordan Davis Special Occasion Gift Certificates: Looking for the perfect gift for your loved ones, parents, business associates, or anyone else you want to treat special? Give them a Gift Certificate for a relaxing stay at the Willard Street Inn. Gift certificates are available in any amount, are personalized and presented with the Inn's elegant foil seal. Call us for the details! Website - http://www.willardstreetinn.com Cinematography by Chibi Moku - http://www.chibimoku.com+ More details
Your country bed and breakfast retreat welcomes you to the heart of Vermont, Brandon . . . our guests visit us for romantic getaways, family reunions, and our great location just across a babbling mountain stream from Vermont's Green Mountain National Forest and its award-winning trail system. You can hike, bike, and even ski Vermont right from our front door! Quiet comfort, warm hospitality, and gracious, hearty dinners and breakfasts in an authentic century-old country inn await you here. Relax and enjoy the serenity of rural Vermont and the Green Mountains, or hop in your car for real "adventure" -- a short drive will bring you to the Art and Soul of Vermont, Brandon village, sophisticated Middlebury College, shopping in bustling Middlebury village, vistas of Lake Champlain and historic Fort Ticonderoga, or revitalized downtown Rutland. Come experience those special Vermont qualities that make our town, Brandon, Vermont, so "unhurried, unspoiled, and unforgettable." The Churchill family first constructed a small dwelling and mill along the swift-flowing Neshobe River early in the 19th century. Like most New England farmers, to supplement their income they dabbled in lots of fields: they manufactured wintergreen oil, sold timber, milled grain, opened Vermont's first fish hatchery, cured piano sound-boards, and finally began taking in guests who had traveled the difficult east-west route from Rochester over "Brandon Gap." This proved to be both enjoyable and profitable. In 1872, using lumber from trees felled on the land and milled at their mill, they constructed this 20-room house, designed as an inn. A floating floor was installed in the 3rd floor ballroom, and a 3-piece "orchestra" was hired from Rutland on certain evenings. Ask to see the dance card from the masquerade ball in 1887! Guests would come over from Rochester, have their grain milled, their horses stabled, and then have a hearty supper followed by a night of dancing. Early in the morning hours they would retire to bed and awaken to country breakfasts several hours later. The Churchills ran their inn for several generations. Family obligations changing, the Churchills sold the inn and a small parcel of land in 1972. The inn was subsequently modernized and reconfigured in the and has seen four families of innkeepers come and go since then. The current innkeepers, Seth and Olya Hopkins have made significant improvements to the inn, installing modern heat in all guestrooms for the first time, replacing the roof, the water heaters, the sinks, toilets, and all the windows, and buying new beds for several rooms. At the same time, they respect the great history of the place and of New England country innkeeping. Many vegetables used in the kitchen are grown in the organic garden which Olya planted in 2005; Seth bakes breads and desserts from scratch using family recipes, including one from his Vermonter relatives who homesteaded near here. They look forward to welcoming you to this authentic country inn with its long tradition of gracious hospitality. Churchill House Inn - Seth and Olya Hopkins, Innkeepers 3128 Forest Dale Road (VT Route 73 East) Brandon, Vermont 05733 Toll Free Reservations: (877) 248-7444 ~ Direct: (802) 247-3078 Website - http://www.churchillhouseinn.com Cinematography by Chibi Moku - http://www.chibimoku.com+ More details
Motel-in-the-Meadow A country home away from home! Motel-in-the-Meadow is a charming, well-kept, non-smoking motel located in Chester, Vermont, 20 minutes from Okemo base lodge, 25 minutes from Bromley Mountain, and 10 minutes from Magic Mountain. We offer a quiet and comfortable stay with a variety of accommodations including; kitchenettes and family rooms, Cable TV, AC, and Wireless Internet access in the office and giftshop. V.A.S.T. Snowmobile trail, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing right outside your door. Biking, hiking, fishing, and canoeing within minutes. Come and stay a day or a week. Dogs are welcomed. 936 Route 11, West Chester, VT 05143 866-668-3514 fax 802-875-6406 firstname.lastname@example.org Website - http://www.motelinthemeadow.com Cinematography by Chibi Moku - http://www.chibimoku.com+ More details
Welcome to VermontCottages.com Two comfortable and affordable vacation cottages with a private sandy beach on beautiful Malletts Bay Here is what you will enjoy renting with vermontcottages.com A spacious 2-bedroom or 3-bedroom cottage with a clean, private, sandy beach. Large grass yards and ample off street parking for all guests Ideal for swimming, boating, fishing or just laying back, relaxing and getting a sun tan. Build sand castles on the beach or watch beautiful sunsets. Public tennis, basketball, and volleyball courts just a mile away. Great shopping at the rustic stores of Shelburne Village (just 20 mins by car). Plan a day trip to explore Montréal, Canada's largest city! (about 90 miles away). Website - http://www.vermontcottages.com Cinematography by Chibi Moku - http://www.chibimoku.com+ More details
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