We stayed at the Ranney-Crawford House after biking for several days in Acadia National Park in Maine. We wanted to do some biking in Vermont before returning home to New York. The Ranney-Crawford House met our needs very well. We stayed for one night as we were traveling home from vacation the next evening.The rooms are charming with many traditional accents and interesting paintings.Diane prepared a wonderful breakfast. Her husband Arnie, the proprietor, is an experienced biker and provided us with a great 45 mile route through the town of Grafton and suggested a variety of fun places to stop as we biked-a great cheese shop, a wonderful art gallery, a delicious sandwich shop. We had a great ride and the scenery was beautiful. We had a wonderful time and would definitely visit again!!!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located just outside of Putney, Vermont, this elegant two-century-old brick, Federal era manor house is set on a scenic country road surrounded by farms, meadows and lawns. It is only a few miles from the Putney School, Landmark College, and the Vermont Academy. All rooms have private baths, air conditioning, and Wi-Fi. Some rooms have fireplaces. Special accommodation for cyclists. ... more less