Overall, we enjoyed our stay at the Grey Bonnet. It was clean, charming and convenient to the ski slopes. Our room was spacious and it has nice common areas for relaxing, plus games like pool and table tennis, as well as a (greenish) pool and hot tub.
There were a number of issues, though. Starting with our arrival, we had planned on just getting dinner at the hotel restaurant after a long day driving, but upon checking in we were informed that the restaurant was closed that evening, with no explanation. The owner is kind of strange and not very friendly but overall was relatively accommodating. However, one morning we ordered for breakfast the "pancakes with real Vermont maple syrup" and were served fake Aunt Jemima artificially-flavored corn syrup instead. Not the end of the world, but pretty annoying when we are in Vermont and they specifically said on the menu that we would get real Vermont syrup. So we mentioned it to the owner in a polite way, and guess what his response was? He said that Aunt Jemima IS real Vermont maple syrup. I am not kidding. If he apologized and gave even a lame excuse about why they had switched it--okay, I can accept that people make mistakes. But to lie to our faces like we are a couple of morons--it would be insulting if it wasn't so bizarre and ridiculous.
Overall, it was fine and a decent value, but I don't know if I would stay there again.
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