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  16. <title>Places for Breakfast in Manchester</title>
  17. <description>Manchester is widely known for its rival football sides, its creation of The Smiths and for bringing Coronation Street to our screens; but we think the cities food scene deserves a lot more attention. The Grill on the Alley ...</description>
  18. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<img src="/img/the_20_coolest_restaurants_in_manchester.jpg" alt="The French at Midland" align="left" /><p>Manchester is widely known for its rival football sides, its creation of The Smiths and for bringing Coronation Street to our screens; but we think the cities food scene deserves a lot more attention. The Grill on the Alley @grillmanc No nonsense, simple proper food is what The Grill on the Alley promises. From premium quality steak to fresh fish, along with the assurance of a ‘proper’ Sunday roast; there is something that will excite all tastes and preferences. You can complement your meal with one of the many cocktails on their extensive drinks menu and complete it with scrumptious desserts and sweet treats. Find all of this in atmospheric environment with live acoustic music. GET 20% OFF YOUR FINAL FOOD BILL A special offer for all The Grill on the Alley customers who use the link below to book a table; you will be eligible for 20% off of your final food bill. The Spice Club @thespiceclub Manchester’s first supper club, The Spice Club, serves delicious, authentic, home cooked food in a unique dining experience. With a menu that changes for each event, The Spice Club aims to cater to each of its guests. The Spice Club also offers cookery classes and teaches you how to cook home-style Indian food in your own home. Fazenda Manchester @fazendamanc Brazilian restaurant Fazenda is a meat lover’s dream. With chefs continuously cooking a wide variety of meats on their grills, diners are invited to help themselves to the fresh salad bar full of vegetables, cured meats, hot dishes and other meal enhancers. Once seated back at their table, diners can flip a card from green to red, to signify they are ready for the Passsadores to bring over selections of the freshly grilled meats straight to their plate. The Crafty Pig @craftypig14 The Crafty Pig boasts a kitsch, cinematic style with interiors Instagram will love. Based in the Norther Quarter, they cover breakfast, lunch and dinner. From a Full English to a wrap, ribs, chicken and pies, there is something for everyone at any time of day. Continuing with their cinematic theme, each of their burgers is named after some of the greats. We’re desperate to try the ‘The Tarantino’.</p>]]></content:encoded>
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  25. <title>Where is Brattleboro VT?</title>
  26. <description>The Brattleboro CBOC first opened its doors to southeastern Vermont Veterans on June 4th, 2010. This well appointed, stand-alone clinic space serves the primary health care needs of eligible veterans in the greater Brattleboro ...</description>
  27. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<img src="/img/welcome_to_brattleboro_vt_events_shopping.jpg" alt="Brattleboro Goes Fourth" align="left" /><p>The Brattleboro CBOC first opened its doors to southeastern Vermont Veterans on June 4th, 2010. This well appointed, stand-alone clinic space serves the primary health care needs of eligible veterans in the greater Brattleboro, VT area. Most of the cost of services provided to Veterans enrolling in the plan will be paid by the Department of Veterans Affairs. Services Services provided and arranged for through the Clinic Primary Care Mental Health Laboratory Tests Preventive services such as annual flu and pneumonia shots Electrocardiograms (EKG) X-rays Medications Home Based Primary Care Telehealth Services Advantages Veterans will have one primary care doctor to coordinate care on an ongoing basis. Veterans can receive primary medical care closer to home and don't have to travel to the White River Junction VAMC. Veterans will still be eligible for specialty outpatient care, inpatient care and all other entitlements through the White River Junction VAMC. Directions From the North or South: On I 91, take exit 1 to Route 5 south. Proceed 0.3 miles to John Seitz Drive and take left. Drive 0.3 miles, and turn right onto GSP Drive. The Brattleboro CBOC is the driveway to the immediate right.</p>]]></content:encoded>
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  34. <title>West Brattleboro VT</title>
  35. <description>76 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 14/20 Ithaca, New York | May 29, 2012 Was glad to see that this place was added. The most notable feature was that this was the one place where I could find ...</description>
  36. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<img src="/img/richardson_mountain_vermont_united_states.jpg" alt="Did you summit?" align="left" /><p>76 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 14/20 Ithaca, New York | May 29, 2012 Was glad to see that this place was added. The most notable feature was that this was the one place where I could find the most McNeill\x92s beers. Definitely the best selection of those. Overall, a very good selection of bombers. Singles, not so much, and imports or other unique stuff either, but for regional and local selection, a very good store, with helpful staff and decent prices. 52 SERVICE 5/10 SELECTION 8/15 VALUE N/A OVERALL 10/20 San Diego, California | January 8, 2008 I just happened to stop by this place on my way home from a job site in Brattleboro when I still lived in NY...</p>]]></content:encoded>
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  43. <title>Vermont Restaurant Week</title>
  44. <description>Best Bite Bash Foodies get the first bite at this exclusive tasting event where 10 chefs preview select items from their Vermont Restaurant Week menus. Guests vote on their favorites, and deserving chefs take home the prize for ...</description>
  45. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<img src="/img/vermont_restaurant_week_to_benefit_the.jpg" alt="Bluebird" align="left" /><p>Best Bite Bash Foodies get the first bite at this exclusive tasting event where 10 chefs preview select items from their Vermont Restaurant Week menus. Guests vote on their favorites, and deserving chefs take home the prize for “Best Bite.” Proceeds benefit the Vermont Foodbank. Higher Ground Ballroom, 1214 Williston Rd., S. Burlington. 7-9 p.m. Tickets: $15 adv./$20. Info, 652-0777. Feeding Frenzy Foodies compete against one another in a statewide Instagram scavenger hunt. The challenges will be announced at the start of Restaurant Week and the participants will have one week to complete the tasks. The winner will receive tickets to the Vermont Brewers Festival, The Vermont Cheesemakers Festival and an overnight stay at the Hilton. More details to come. Compete for prizes in seven rounds of foodie trivia hosted by Seven Days and Top Hat Entertainment. Limited space. Preregistration is required. Click here to register your trivia team. Nectar’s, 188 Main St., Burlington. Doors: 6 p.m. Trivia: 6:30-9 p.m. Free. The Dish: Farming in the Time of Climate Change Vermont’s weather is evolving in wild, unpredictable ways. Long-term meteorological trends show the state becoming warmer and wetter. How will farmers adapt to the environmental upheaval and keep food growing through fast-shifting weather patterns? How will these changes ripple through the distribution chain — and how will they affect what Vermonters eat in restaurants, institutions and at family tables? Join a panel of local experts for a lively discussion on the challenges and rewards of growing food in a changing climate — now and into the future. $5 donation. Info, 540-0406. Belly Laughs Laughter is a proven way to burn calories. That’s not a joke — it’s a fact! Join members of Vermont Comedy Club’s professional improv comedy troupe as they perform a food-themed improv show using their sharp wit – to build fast–paced and hilarious scenes on the spot.</p>]]></content:encoded>
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  52. <title>Vermont Country Store Restaurant</title>
  53. <description>At The Vermont Country Store, Weston, Vermont Satisfy your hunger for home-style comfort foods lovingly prepared with the finest ingredients, including locally sourced meats and cheeses and farm fresh vegetables at our ...</description>
  54. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<img src="/img/vermont_country_store_peddles_nostalgia_btvfoodiecom.jpg" alt="Vermont Country Store peddles" align="left" /><p>At The Vermont Country Store, Weston, Vermont Satisfy your hunger for home-style comfort foods lovingly prepared with the finest ingredients, including locally sourced meats and cheeses and farm fresh vegetables at our full-service restaurant and dairy bar. Enjoy a sit-down meal of uncommonly delicious regional favorites in The Bryant House’s charming 1827 eating rooms and tavern. Walk up to the window at Mildred’s Dairy Bar—named after our co-founder Mildred Ellen Orton—for made-to-order grass-fed beef burgers, hot dogs, piping hot french fries, real creemees, and cones, sundaes, and shakes made with Vermont’s own Wilcox ice cream. Dates of Operation: The Bryant House Restaurant, Open 7 Days, year round for lunch. Dinner served June-October. Call for reservations. Closed Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Mildred’s Dairy Bar, Open 7 days, Summer-Fall. Group Policy and Rates: Groups welcome anytime; reservations for The Bryant House required. Ample free motor coach parking in The Vermont Country Store parking lot.</p>]]></content:encoded>
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  61. <title>Wayside Inn menu</title>
  62. <description>Yes, indeed, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow not only slept here, but he wrote about the Inn and the characters he met during his stay in his &quot;Tales of a Wayside Inn&quot;, published in 1863. Longfellow made his home in Cambridge, and came ...</description>
  63. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<img src="/img/the_chatham_wayside_inn_the_finest.jpg" alt="Chatham has carefully and" align="left" /><p>Yes, indeed, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow not only slept here, but he wrote about the Inn and the characters he met during his stay in his "Tales of a Wayside Inn", published in 1863. Longfellow made his home in Cambridge, and came to the Inn as it was a popular resort for parties from Harvard College. “When Longfellow published his Tales, this was quite a boon to business, ” said current Innkeeper Steve Pickford. “The Inn has been on this spot for 300 years. We have an enviable history. "Many" notables, including George Washington, passed through here. We are designated as a Massachusetts Historic Landmark and are part of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. We’re also listed on the National Register of Historic Places.” Way back in 1716, a gentleman named David Howe opened a tavern on one of the first mail routes in this country — the Boston Post Road. His business thrived due to his fortunate location — a thoroughfare for coach traffic to and from Boston, Worcester and New York. From that time until 1861, the Howe family owned and operated the Inn — each generation expanding the main building. This was the genesis of the Wayside Inn. From 1923 to 1960, the Inn was part of Henry Ford’s Historic Preservation. Today, it is run as a non-profit historic landmark. The Inn has ten overnight rooms, a post-and-beam colonial-style dining room with wood-burning fireplace that seats 250, private dining, a ballroom and a tent in the garden for weddings. The property has 125 acres, many historic buildings and notably, a white chapel with an imposing steeple — a big draw for brides and grooms. Another big draw for tourists is the quaint stone gristmill, its waterwheel painted bright red. “We grind all our own flours here for use in our bakery, ” Steve Pickford said. Pickford was the chef at Longfellow’s Wayside Inn for 12 years. He left to pursue other opportunities, including hotel/restaurant management with Sheraton and Marriott, and a stint as a center-of-the-plate specialist with Reinhart. He returned to the Inn as food and beverage manager before being named innkeeper. Obviously, Pickford knows his way around a menu, and he knows his demographic. “We cater to traditionalists, for the most part. An older clientele comes in for lunch, and for many of them, this is their main meal of the day. That’s why we include some heartier selections on our lunch menu.” Prime Ribs of Beef, Yankee Pot Roast with whipped potatoes, and Oven-Roasted Breast of Turkey with cornbread-sausage stuffing are favorites. The lunch menu also features oysters, bacon-wrapped scallops, soups, main dish salads and sandwiches. The well-named Nantucket Lunchbox contains a lobster slider and clam chowder. At dinner, Prime Rib is the best-seller. Broiled Boston Scrod, Roast Duckling and Lobster Casserole share billing with seafood and steak options. For dessert, guests are tempted with Deep Dish Apple Pie a la Mode, Baked Indian Pudding (made with cornmeal from the gristmill and molasses) and Pecan Chocolate Chip Bourbon Pie. For a blast from the past, “Old Bar” libations are available, including the Coow Woow, said to be America’s first mixed drink, with rum and ginger brandy; and the Stone Wall, a Revolutionary War favorite made with gin and apple jack.</p>]]></content:encoded>
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  70. <title>The Rabbit Hill</title>
  71. <description>Lower Waterford, VT – The Davies Memorial Library invites the community to a lively afternoon party showcasing outstanding food, beer, spirits, and wine tastings at the Rabbit Hill Inn. This is the major annual fund raising ...</description>
  72. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<img src="/img/hop_to_rabbit_hill_in_lower.jpg" alt="Served at the Rabbit Hill" align="left" /><p>Lower Waterford, VT – The Davies Memorial Library invites the community to a lively afternoon party showcasing outstanding food, beer, spirits, and wine tastings at the Rabbit Hill Inn. This is the major annual fund raising event for the historic Davies Memorial Library, which is the last public honor system library in Vermont. “We’re thrilled to be celebrating 12 years of Après Foliage Fest; one of the North Country’s most vibrant events of the season.” said Leslie Mulcahy of Rabbit Hill Inn Enjoy live music by Dan Sherman. Join the bidding in the large silent auction showroom highlighting two Luxury Safari trips to South Africa, A trip to St.Thomas, overnight getaways, tickets to the Cog Railway, dinners for two at many area eateries, a variety of area services, a kindle, and everything from snow plowing to a ton of wood pellets. There is something for everyone. The 12th annual Après Foliage Fest will be held on Sunday, Oct 30th from 3:00 to 6:00 pm. Tickets are $35 and may be reserved in advance by calling the Davies Library at 802-748-4609, the Rabbit Hill Inn at 748-5168, or by email at . Tickets are also available at the door. Payment is by cash, check, or major credit card. Only 175 tickets will be sold to the Fest. Ticket price includes entry to the Fest, unlimited food, beer, spirits, and wine tastings, live music, and registration to the auction. A terrific variety of dishes will be served by Rabbit Hill Inn, Casa Aguilera Trading Post, Bailiwicks, The Beal House, Alburrito’s Mexican Restaurant, and Sugar Hill Inn. Several tasting stations will showcase spirits, wines, and local craft beers provided by Vermont Spirits, Dunc’s Mill rums, Eden Ice Cider, Artesano Meads, local craft brews from Schilling Brew Co, Trapp Lager Brewery, 14th Star Brew Co, featured wines from Farrell Distributing. “This incredible event has become a fall tradition where friends and family gather, folks new to the area meet neighbors. Add great food, spirits, beers and wines, and live music, and you’ve got one fantastic party!” said Leslie Mulcahy of Rabbit Hill Inn . “It’s a casual afternoon party that draws over 150 people from nearby to over an hour away.” “Each year, the event raises the bar with more tasting offerings. And a silent auction showroom that draws a ton of participation. This is one party NOT to be missed!” As one attendee said last year …” This Fest celebrates some of life’s greatest pleasures – fine food, drink, music, and having a good time with friends – while raising funds for a community</p>]]></content:encoded>
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  76. <pubDate>Thu, 19 Oct 2023 02:36:00 +0000</pubDate>
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  79. <title>Brattleboro Restaurants</title>
  80. <description>DUO RESTAURANT BRATTLEBORO Denver restaurateurs Stephanie Bonin and Keith Arnold did not plan to return to Bonin’s southern Vermont hometown and open a restaurant, but while visiting Brattleboro to attend a wedding with their ...</description>
  81. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<img src="/img/comfort_inn_suites_brattleboro_vt.jpg" alt="Comfort Inn & Suites" align="left" /><p>DUO RESTAURANT BRATTLEBORO Denver restaurateurs Stephanie Bonin and Keith Arnold did not plan to return to Bonin’s southern Vermont hometown and open a restaurant, but while visiting Brattleboro to attend a wedding with their two young daughters, “it just felt right, ” Arnold says. The fact that there was space available in the newly renovated, historic Brooks House block downtown where Bonin’s parents had owned a beloved bookstore, sealed the deal. Duo Restaurant, patterned after the couple’s 10-year-old Colorado restaurant of the same name, opened last September and has quickly made itself at home. The airy room manages to feel both rustic and elegant with exposed brick walls, rough-sawn, reclaimed wood floors, and snug, stylishly upholstered booths. A curved bar of rusted steel swoops through the restaurant offering a welcome spot to enjoy a glass of wine, microbrew, or carefully crafted cocktail with the seasonal bowl of mussels, simmered with Vermont hard cider, leeks, and heirloom beans in early spring, or saffron, capers, and preserved lemon as the weather warms up. Guests can see Duo’s farm-inspired food being created in the humming open kitchen at the restaurant’s heart. “All the energy starts there, ” says Bonin. Ingredients and flavors are fresh and lively and presented beautifully on the plate. Late spring and early summer might bring beer-battered pickled radishes served with a chili-spiked aioli or a spring salad of spicy greens, lightly grilled sweet turnips and a shower of ricotta salata. Delicate house-made ricotta gnudi cozy up to spring vegetables accented with lemon and pistachios and cooked-to-order Vermont beef arrives with crusty leek bread pudding and tender asparagus. Fresh housemade sodas like cilantro-lime and strawberry-thyme change with the season. Desserts include sculpted wedges of creamy house-made chocolate semifreddo served over a densely delicious brown butter chocolate cake. DUO RESTAURANT136 Main St., Brattleboro, 802-254-4141, duorestaurants.com. Dinner daily; weekend brunch; Meatless Monday specials; Community Tuesdays with a fixed price, three-course meal served family-style at a communal table. THE BENCH STOWE Named for a Stowe Mountain backcountry ski area favored by those in-the-know, this comfortable, casual new spot requires no insider knowledge to appreciate. Co-owners Chad Fry and Mark Frier met on the mountain and opened The Bench last fall after successfully establishing The Reservoir, a popular craft beer-focused pub in nearby Waterbury. In Stowe, a menu of “wood-fired comfort food” complements a copper draft wall with an ever-changing list of 25 taps (including local root beer and even a couple of wines), plus sought-after cans from The Alchemist, among others. “We like good Vermont-centric food and beer, ” Fry says. “This is what we want to eat and drink.” The restaurant is ski lodge-cozy with wood everywhere — walls, tables, and, yes, benches — as well as stacked to fuel the glowing oven. Lights hang artfully over bike tire rims representing another popular seasonal activity. A day of biking, hiking, leaf-peeping or any manner of snow sports earns you a big plate of top-notch poutine, the French-Canadian favorite, featuring fries smothered in an ale-based gravy with local cheese curds. Other notable appetizers include chicken wings and a generous bowl of roasted mussels in a slurpable herbed tomato broth. The Bench burger is a beauty, loaded with creamy local cheese, pork belly, balsamic onions, and house pickles in a glossy-topped bun. Fire-kissed pizzas include the Rastaman, with local sausage and caramelized onions. For a lighter meal, try the substantial kale Caesar with chunky rye croutons topped with the house-made veggie burger, or salmon tacos with Napa cabbage slaw, roasted corn, and tequila lime vinaigrette. (Both pair very well with the bar’s killer Bloody Mary.) Kids will be tickled by the wood-fired, personal cast iron pan s’more, starring a house-made marshmallow, while all will dig happily into a jar of peanut butter and chocolate mousse trifle with fresh-baked brownies and whipped cream. THE BENCH 492 Mountain Road, Stowe, Vt., 802-253-5100, Open daily from 4 p.m., weekends from 11:30 a.m. WATERWORKS FOOD &amp; DRINK WINOOSKI Just down the hill from Burlington lies the old mill town of Winooski, which has come into its own over the last several years with a buzzing core of restaurants, bars, and cafes. Adding to the momentum is a new incarnation of Waterworks restaurant, a fixture on the dining scene for more than 20 years before it went dark for almost a decade. Located in a historic woolen mill, it reopened late last year thanks to longtime local bar- and restaurant-owner David Abdoo, whose own Lebanese grandparents worked in the mills of Lawrence, Mass. The new Waterworks takes full advantage of the original soaring ceilings, wooden beams, and riverside setting, but the decor and menu reflect a fresh sophistication. In addition to waterview tables, the beautifully lighted space offers couch seating around the large heart pine bar. Creative cocktails include nods to the building’s historical epoch, like a refreshing citrus-spiked Sherry Cobbler, as well as originals such as a house hibiscus margarita. Taps rotate through notable local and global brews with an occasional appearance by Winooski’s own Four Quarters Brewing, dubbed “one of the best little breweries you’ve never heard of” by Food &amp; Wine. Sharing small plates is a fun way to explore the varied menu: maybe fish sliders with crunchy slaw on mini challah buns, steak tartare with house-made vinegar potato chips, and a wood-fired flatbread topped with the winning salty-sweet trio of duck prosciutto, dates, and goat cheese. Seasonal salads might include a composition of green beans and snap peas with roasted fennel, slivered carrots, and pickled red onion topped with feta and cumin vinaigrette. Many main dishes also visit the wood-fired oven, from an artfully presented whole fish to classic roasted half-chicken with feather-light herbed popovers. Indulge in lemon-ricotta cake or crunchy churros with a molten pot of chocolate before taking a post-meal walk along the river path.</p>]]></content:encoded>
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  88. <title>Jeffersonville Vermont restaurants</title>
  89. <description>Chef-Owner John Raphael of Belvidere opened The Family Table in 2010. Raphael undertook a total renovation of the restaurant&#039;s interior to provide a warm and inviting atmosphere for patrons. Lunch selections include hearty salads ...</description>
  90. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<img src="/img/angelinas_restaurants_18_reviews.jpg" alt="Angelina's Restaurants - 18" align="left" /><p>Chef-Owner John Raphael of Belvidere opened The Family Table in 2010. Raphael undertook a total renovation of the restaurant's interior to provide a warm and inviting atmosphere for patrons. Lunch selections include hearty salads and sandwiches, like Raphael’s signature shaved rib eye with braised portabella mushrooms and caramelized onions. Dinner features appetizers like a blackened shrimp with a mango dipping sauce and entrees like Raphael’s buttermilk fried chicken and his maple and herb brined pork chop with garlic mashed potatoes. Raphael says, “I live and work in this community. I wanted to create a place where locals can come and try different menu items each time while also appealing to someone visiting, just coming off the mountain after a day of skiing or hiking. My food and wine selections are designed to appeal to a wide range of tastes, enjoyed in a comfortable setting.” Chef Raphael is a graduate of Johnson and Wales University and spent over ten years in Rhode Island operating several culinary establishments, including “Destiny Deli”, a gourmet deli he started and ran for several years before moving to Vermont. He has earned several awards including Rhode Island Monthly Magazine’s “Best Sandwiches in Rhode Island” and “Best Bar Food.” Raphael has been the executive chef at various Vermont resorts before opening The Family Table.</p>]]></content:encoded>
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  94. <pubDate>Sat, 09 Sep 2023 02:32:00 +0000</pubDate>
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  97. <title>Waitsfield VT Bed and Breakfast</title>
  98. <description>Our Bed and Breakfast offers eight spacious and clean rooms near Sugarbush and Mad River Glen in the heart of Waitsfield Vermont&#039;s Mad River Valley. All of our rooms feature King or Queen beds with luxurious linens and piles of ...</description>
  99. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<img src="/img/tucker_hill_inn_a_family_friendly.jpg" alt="The Tucker Hill Inn Pub" align="left" /><p>Our Bed and Breakfast offers eight spacious and clean rooms near Sugarbush and Mad River Glen in the heart of Waitsfield Vermont's Mad River Valley. All of our rooms feature King or Queen beds with luxurious linens and piles of pillows. All guest rooms have individual year round heat controls, seasonal air conditioning, and in-room baths , most with Jacuzzi tubs. Select rooms feature Vermont Castings stoves. Bed and breakfast rates are per room for two people and include a full home made breakfast and afternoon snacks. Complimentary WI-FI available throughout the Inn. Click room details for individual room pricing. As we try to give you the experience of a Home away from Home we do ask guests to remove their wet and or muddy shoes in the Inn, so we welcome everyone to bring their slippers or house shoes so everyone can enjoy the comfort and cleanliness of our Inn !! Note: Holiday Rates apply 7 days per week during the following periods; Warm yourself by Olivia’s Vermont Castings stove before relaxing in your private Jacuzzi tub. Romantic and luxurious, this 2nd floor guestroom also features a King size, canopied four-poster bed. Room details Lose yourself in Stephanie's rice-carved Cherry poster King bed with 18th Century English styling and plush, jewel-toned jacquard &amp; velvet patchwork comforter. Spacious and inviting, this 2nd floor room offers an electric Vermont Castings stove and a private Jacuzzi. Room details Catherine boasts beautiful views of the Sugarbush mountains and our horse pasture from its 2nd floor windows. A King sized bed and Vermont Castings stove will make you want to make this room home… right after a soak in your private Jacuzzi. Room details Decorated in stunning blues and whites mirroring the Vermont sky, Nicole features comfort with flair. A luxurious King bed, 2 high back wing chairs, and private Jacuzzi highlight this unique, 2nd floor room. Room details Bright and airy, Jacqueline offers an oversized Jacuzzi tub for your relaxation after a day of Vermont activities. A mini-suite, the room has a comfortable sitting area with cable television and magnificent views of the Sugarbush mountains and our horse pasture. At the end of the day, sink into this 2nd floor room’s cozy Queen size bed. Room details Soak in the luxury of your private Jacuzzi tub or relax in Caroline’s King antique mahogany sleigh bed. Curl up with a good book or watch the stars dance across the Vermont sky from this 2nd floor guestroom. Guests traveling separately can enjoy extra-long twin beds. Room details Vermont morning sunshine fills this this 1st floor guestroom. Abigail boasts plush, inviting King or extra-long twin beds, with views of the horse pasture and the lush Sugarbush mountains. Room details Private and secluded The Morgan Ashlee is perfect for a romantic Vermont getaway or extended stay. Soak your cares away in the oversized corner Jacuzzi tub. The expansive bathroom also has a separate shower. Kitchenette and living area with sofa, Flatscreen cable tv with DVD, and an electric Vermont Castings Stove. Your private bedroom has a queen bed with views of our Perennial Gardens and tree lined hillside. Room details Room Rates Rates are per room for two adults. Please add 9% Vermont taxes and 4% service fee to room rates. Holiday rates apply 7 days per week in the following periods: 2 night minimum stays for weekends and the Morgan Ashlee Suite. ** Weekend 2 night stays appliy to Friday &amp; Saturday. 2 person maximum occupancy for all rooms. Deposits A deposit of one-night's stay or 50% of the reservation whichever is greater is due at the time the reservation is made. Full payment is due for single-night stays and reservations made within 14 days of arrival date. Cancellations Changes or cancellations received 15 days prior to scheduled arrival are charged a service fee of $25. During foliage and holidays and for groups booking more than 2 rooms, 31-days notice is required. No-shows, early departures and same-day cancellations are charged the full amount of the stay. Cancellations received after the required date will be charged whatever portion of the stay that we are unable to re-book. Check-in &amp; Check-out You may check into your room between 3-7pm. Please let us know if you plan to arrive after 7pm so we can make proper arrangements. Check-out time is 11am. Early check-ins and late check outs are not available without prior approval. Children / Additional Guest All of our rooms have a maximum capacity of 2 guests. Smoking / Damages For the comfort of our guests, we are a non-smoking Inn. A $250.00 fee will be charged to anyone found smoking in the Inn. Registered guests are responsible for any damage to rooms or common areas caused by their guests. Shoe Policy As we try to give all of our guests the feeling of Home we ask guests to remove their wet, snowy, and or muddy shoes upon entering the Inn. Bring your slippers, house shoes, or enjoy the Inn in your stockings if you prefer, we encourage everyone to enjoy and experience the comfort and cleanliness of our Inn!!</p>]]></content:encoded>
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