I stayed here with a couple of my family members and for the most part it was a great place to be. It was winter so we probably didn't get out and about on the property as much as we would in other months. The hosts are good old fashioned folk tha I enjoyed talking with. They were fantastic at accommodating my little daughter, they had the crib set up and high chair ready...Fantastic! My minor issues/comments would be these;
The rooms can get very hot with the heater on... I mean wake up in a sweat hot!
It's was (as far as I am aware) all shared bathroom which is not uncommon for a b&b but worth a mention.
It's a Christian household (no problem for me as I am Christian) but as this is a family house you are expected to say grace at the dinner table. This may/may not put some people out of their comfort zone if they are either not religious or from another faith.
Other than those slightly negative points I would have to say it was a nice place to spend a couple days... As one of the reviews has stated, food is great! I mean it was like staying at that aunt's house that can cook...WOW!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Farmstay on Vermont working dairy farm features fresh local foods served family style dinner and breakfast. Rate includes dinner, lodging, full breakfast, plus plenty of farm activities. Year round accommodations for families, friends, small groups. ... more less