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A 25 room country inn that sits on 300 acres in the center of the Kingdom Trails with spectacular views of the countryside. A great base for outdoor enthusiasts, whether you're mountain biking, hiking, skiing, snowmobiling, ice climbing, snowshoeing, Fat Biking or just relaxing. Only 4 miles form Burke Mountain Ski area, Northern Vermont University at Lyndon, and I-91.
All reviews mountain biking kingdom trails darling hill ice skating rink cross country skiing homemade cookies enjoy your stay northeast kingdom each afternoon two night stay super fun bed was very comfortable east burke short drive mary jim suite
We return again and again, and why not.
A lovely experience awaits—not, however, if you want to stretch out in your room watching TV.
Our room (The Schoolhouse) didn’t even have a TV! Loved it. By many standards the facility is modest...until you look out...More
Three of us stayed in a two room suite for a mtn biking weekend. Great location for access to trails with bike and coffee shop nearby and great views from various areas on the property. They had tasty breakfasts and great burgers and drinks at...More
We were in need of a relaxing getaway and the Wildflower Inn provided just that! The location is amazing - the views spectacular. We stayed in the Vail suite and loved the breeze that came through the windows as we watched the cows grazing in...More
We loved our stay at the Wildflower Inn, and discovering the town of East Burke and the Kingdom Trails. Everyone we met was friendly and helpful, and we'd love to come back one day. Unfortunately since the launch of the U.S. trade war, we'll be...More
Stayed two nights at the Wildflower Inn as part of a package deal (which included accommodations, complimentary breakfast at Juniper's, a picnic lunch (sandwich, drink, and chips) from Café Lotti, a 2.5-hour kayak rental from Clyde River Recreation, and a $50 dinner voucher to Juniper's),...More
The inn seemed very friendly to us-- we had 6 adults an 6 children-- teens. But everyone was polite and helpful. The property is great for kids, especially for biking and hiking. We saw a broad range of visitors, from... More
The inn seemed very friendly to us-- we had 6 adults an 6 children-- teens. But everyone was polite and helpful. The property is great for kids, especially for biking and hiking. We saw a broad range of visitors, from families with small kids to older couples. Seemed a pretty broad appeal.