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The Inn at Weathersfield

1342 Vt Route 106, Perkinsville, VT 05151-9309
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The Inn at Weathersfield is a boutique inn and farm-to-table restaurant set on 21 wooded acres with 12 en-suite guest rooms. The restaurant, The Hidden Kitchen, is open to the public for dinner with seating inside and out (weather permitting). On-site cooking classroom studio with hands-on classes, organic vegetable garden, wooded wedding amphitheater. Ideally located 20 minutes from Okemo, 20 miles from Woodstock, VT, 4.5 hours from NYC and 2.5 hours from Boston. The nearest private airport is 2 miles away. The nearest commercial airport is West Lebanon, NH or Rutland, VT. Amtrak service is in Windsor, VT and Dartmouth Coach Bus Service is available to West Lebanon, NH with car rental service available.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free internet
Free breakfast
Bar / lounge
Non-smoking hotel
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Non-smoking rooms
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The inn at Weathersfield is a country hotel which immediately made us feel at home. The hotel is situated in a lush landscape with meticulously cultured surroundings. There are several outdoor patios and indoor dining rooms so every area feels cozy and well proportioned. We had a room with a separate living area and a beautiful bathroom (room name „Upper Falls“). Dinner was excellent and the owner was very charming and helpful; we really liked this place a lot and will return.
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My daughter had her wedding at The Inn at Weathersfield this past weekend. The whole experience was excellent. The hosts were very welcoming and hospitable. The guest rooms were very comfortable and clean. The food was top notch. We couldn't of asked for a better experience.
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Response from Weathersfield, Owner at The Inn at Weathersfield
Responded 2 weeks ago
It was an honor to have their wedding here at the inn. Thank you so much for taking the time to write your review. Best, Marilee Spanjian
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My boyfriend and stayed at The Inn at Weathersfield this weekend for a night and absolutely loved it. We came in a little late but they were still willing to fix us up decadent burgers before the kitchen closed. Our room was gorgeous (Tatfsville), with a comfy bed, AC, and really nice showers. In the morning the breakfast was fantastic and filing. We loved it so much we asked if we could book another night but they were already filled up. After hiking for 5 hours we stopped back because one of us had left behind a shirt (they called to let us know), and they offered us water and lemonade to quench our thirst after a hot day up on the Mountain even though we had already checked out. Both Richard and Marilee the Inn Keepers were kind and gracious. The waitresses we had were helpful, kind and professional, we even were able to meet the Chef! I can't say enough about this beautiful, welcoming Inn. If you are staying in the area, absolutely stay here! We can't wait to get back! Thank you again!
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Response from goodfoodhound, Owner at The Inn at Weathersfield
Responded 3 weeks ago
Thank you so much for your review. We're thrilled when guests find us and want to stay longer. Look forward to welcoming you back into the inn. If it's summer or Fall, and you're looking for other mountains to climb, we'll point you to our favorites like Mt. Peg and Okemo. Best, Marilee
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We had our intimate elopement at the inn last month. Amazing is the word that we can only use to describe our experience. Our mid-week elopement package provided everything we needed from start to finish. Marilee and Richard (the owners), took the stress out of the planning process by arranging all the event details ranging from the lovely on-site ceremony location (outdoor wooded chapel) to the beautiful wedding flowers. The breakfast and dinner, provided each day, was superb, and addressed our food sensitivity issues. In addition, the chef even baked us a delicious gluten free wedding cake. Marilee and Richard love what they do and it showed in their well thought out attention to detail. They went beyond in making sure we felt at ease. They made our celebration both wonderful, memorable, and everything that we hoped that it would be. We look forward to staying at the inn again in the future.
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Response from goodfoodhound, Owner at The Inn at Weathersfield
Responded 3 weeks ago
Rhonda and Kevin, we still are talking about how we loved having you here at the inn. I ran into your photographer and she said the same thing. We were beyond honored you chose to elope to the inn. Look forward to hearing all about your honeymoon adventure. Thank you again, Marilee
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When some reviewers say it is magical, I know what they mean, but it is not magic: it is extremely well thought out hospitality. It truly can be a restorative and transformative experience if you are open to it, are tuned into what makes this inn so special. It starts with the historical architecture, a 1792 large house that retains its historical charm. There are large wooden beams throughout the inn (and my bedroom), original fireplaces, and other features that prove that this is an original, not a recreation, of a bygone era. The inn has been updated just enough to be comfortable, but don't expect luxury. Expect authenticity. The bed was very comfortable although the pillows were softer than I prefer. The bathroom was small but modern and functional. The shower pressure was good and the water temperature easily controlled. The bathroom was stocked with quality amenities. It even had a little table to hold some of them and to place personal items. Every little space is tastefully decorated. It is not "cute" but rather attractive. My room had an armoire rather than a closet, and no shelves, but for a short stay it was fine. There was a luggage rack. The bedroom has a comfortable sitting chair. It has a window AC because such an old building could not possibly accommodate duct work for central AC. The floors are old and creak. I actually like that. There is no doubt about the age of the inn. The public areas of the inn are gorgeous including a very attractive two level dining room, bar area, and sitting area. It is cozy as the inn has only 12 guest rooms. It is a wonderful area where you can easily meet and mingle with other guests. There are enchanting outdoor spaces including the dining area on the deck, a fire pit with six comfy chairs around it, a garden, a game/play area, and more. There was a musician playing acoustic guitar and singing soft rock songs the deck one night. The inn is a small world unto itself. The restaurant is a destination in itself. The chef trained in France, but the cuisine is more American. It is amazingly fresh (many ingredients come from nearby farms) and every dish is an explosion of flavors on the palate, but light and transcendent. It is not overly fussy cooking. The emphasis is on freshness and flavor. I started dinner with a chilled zucchini and cucumber soup. It was a thick puree, intensely flavored. The bibb lettuce salad had a nice crunchy toast underneath, and a cornucopia of vegetables covering the lettuce. One of the best salads ever. The main course of seared scallops was superb. The walnut cake with maple cream was the perfect ending to the meal, not too sweet, just right. There is an excellent selection of wines and cocktails. The price point is very reasonable given the superior quality of the meal. The serving staff are exceptional. How does the inn find such talent in a rather rural part of Vermont? They are friendly without being overly so, polished without being stuffy, a real asset to the inn. The restaurant can get very busy but no one here is in a rush. Take the time and savor the meal and the experience. The owners are delightful. Marilee is the more visible of the couple. They know what they are doing, are very conscious about their choices. They make every guest feel welcome and appreciated. But you don't even need to talk to them to know that because every little thing about the inn tells you that. This is an inn that has managed to make all the important connections: between man and nature, past and present, host and guest, grounded and uplifted. I met some very nice, interesting guests during my weekend stay. It figures. That's the kind of place this inn attracts. It is special, a discovery, and a revelation. Five stars are not enough.
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Response from Weathersfield, Owner at The Inn at Weathersfield
Responded Jul 14, 2019
Oh my! We are blushing! I remember when you checked out and I thought, this guest is so well spoken and he gets us, he truly understands what we have here. And then, your review pops up! Thank you so much! We look forward to your return. Best, Marilee
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$142 - $326 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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