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65 Marble Hill Rd Route 17, Waitsfield, VT 05673-4414
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#5 of 15 B&Bs / Inns in Waitsfield
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A quintessential Vermont inn, Tucker Hill is tucked away in the heart of the Mad River Valley, located just minutes from Sugarbush and Mad River Glen ski areas. The family-friendly, historic inn was one of the very first in Waitsfield and boasts clean and comfortable private suites, rooms with wood stoves, rooms for families and more comfortable accommodations to meet every guest's needs. The 14-acre property offers hiking out the back door and a pool on the property, along with ample common areas, including a large living room, a lower-level pub for drinks and dinner for guests, a bike and ski tuning room, and a sunny breakfast room for gourmet breakfasts to start your day in Waitsfield. We look forward to hosting you and making your stay at Tucker Hill memorable in every season!
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Free breakfast
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Shared lounge / TV area
Wifi
Hot tub
Breakfast buffet
Snack bar
Ski school
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Jet822629 wrote a review Feb 2020
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We made somewhat last minute plans and stayed at Tucker Hill Inn for two nights the end of January. The Inn was all that we hoped for. We had a room off of the living room. The room was comfortable with a cozy bed and small bathroom. The near by living room was a nice spot to sit with a collection of books to browse and games to play. We watched the inn fill up to capacity as the weekend drew near. We ate a most delicious burger on the night we arrived. The other night we ventured out to a highly rated restaurant in the area. I wished we had just stayed at the Inn! This is a traditional ski inn that certainly ticks off all the boxes, location, great food on site and comfortable rooms so you are rested for a full day on the mountain. It was a delight that Patty and Kevin were around and we had time to chat with them and learn more about the B & B. We look forward to returning annually.
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Date of stay: January 2020
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Nancy D wrote a review Feb 2020
Holliston, Massachusetts32 contributions3 helpful votes
Came up to ski at Sugarbush. The inn was lovely, beautiful rooms, very clean, lovely living room with fireplace. The owners, Patty and Kevin, were super nice and welcoming. Lovely dining room with fire place, superb dinner and service, and great breakfast buffet and with delicious hot entrees made to order. There is also a pub downstairs that is far away from guest rooms so no need to worry about any noise. It was also so nice not to have to get in a cold car and drive anywhere else for dinner. Inn is a five to ten minute drive to Sugarbush depending on what entrance you ski at. If you don’t ski, the towns of Waitsfield and Warren are so close by and have plenty to do. There are also some beautiful hiking trails right from the Inn. The Inn is also perfect for singles, couples, friends, & families. We look forward to coming back this winter and hopefully in the summer! Thanks again Patty and Kevin for a wonderful stay!
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Tom B wrote a review Jan 2020
Norton, Massachusetts2 contributions
This is our third visit. It seems to get better every time. The food is fantastic. This is not a do it yourself waffle buffet. The owner, Kevin, was the breakfast chef. All three days were unique and thoughtfully prepared. He makes the pork sausage patties himself, very lean and local. Think more like a well seasoned pork patty that could double as a burger. Dinner was equally fabulous. The pub is very cozy and the guests are friendly. Jess the barkeep knows all the drinks and is also a good source of local intel on the skiing. The owners are present, attentive, conscientious and focused on keeping a top notch inn. All while being very laid back about it. Quintessential Vermont ski lodge with an upscale dining experience. Be better here, you’ll be glad you did.
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
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David R wrote a review Jan 2020
Reading, Massachusetts3 contributions
Stayed January 4-5th in the Mammoth Room with my 2 kids. Another great stay! As always, dinner in the pub and breakfast were excellent. Spacious and clean room. Very close to Sugarbush. Kevin and Patti continue to re-invest in the property which is great to see. Highly recommend staying here.
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Date of stay: January 2020
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Sidney D wrote a review Jan 2020
London, United Kingdom66 contributions28 helpful votes
- Booked suite Innsbruck suite which was supposedly "spacious, light and airy with its own entrance, King-sized bed and large sitting area". What a misrepresentation - while the room was large, it was on the ground floor of a building built into the side of a hill meant that it had low ceilings and only one window at the front which overlooks the parking area. With no ventilation and no privacy, it made this supposedly premium room feel like an overpriced cave. This was made worse by constant noise from people in the upstairs cottage. - Location on Tucker Hill to the south of Waitsfield as there are more often than not no food or services on-site be aware that you may need to drive considerable distances for any services. - Room size is large with space around the bed. - Lacking in power sockets. - No desk space or room to easily recharge devices. - No in-room safe available. - No Air-conditioning, poor ventilation and heating not working properly. - Adequate closet space, though doors continually jammed. - Coffee (not tea) facilities in-room - WiFi slow and overloaded at times often not working adequately. - Breakfast buffet again did not meet the advertising as their artisan-crafted main entrée was only one choice which had been pre-prepared. So if you did not like your French Toast drowned in Maple Syrup and Cinnamon, then you were out of luck and the next morning if you could not stomach Spinach embedded in the Omelette then there were limited other options. - Purported to have dinning (for dinner) on-premises, but what they do not say in the advertising is that this only operates some evenings. - Other, while this place advertises dinner at a pub-style atmosphere on-site, realise that this only happens a few nights a week. This place significantly over advertised and was the worst and most depressing place that we stayed on our entire trip. Definitely not worth the rating or review which are on bookings.com
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Date of stay: October 2019
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Response from Tuckerhill, Owner at Tucker Hill Inn
Responded Jan 13, 2020
Hello guests, I am so sorry you felt like your time here was so awful. We are shocked at the things you have mentioned and really are at a loss overall. We do think there are some misses that we can work on, so thank you for the candid advice. Breakfast in B&B's traditionally across the USA are a singular meal. We are usually the same, except we try to accommodate anyone that doesn't like something. The French toast: I purchase a specific loaf of bread from a local Italian bakery (La Panciata, in Northfield VT). I use this Tuscan bread only for this french toast recipe. I bring it in the day before, cut into portions and soak in my egg/honey recipe overnight to ensure a "custard like" mouth feel after I finish baking it to order. I do not do this ahead of time. Not this, nor any other meal we prepare. Your second day I made omelettes with spinach, caramelized leeks and crimini mushrooms, This was finished with marscapone cream. Most people think it's the best omelette they have ever had. If you didnt like that choice I would have made you something else altogether. We feel awful that you had such a bad experience with breakfast, we have served thousand's of guests and almost every single one of our 160 reviews point towards this being the best breakfast they have ever had at an Inn. - You visited in October our Air conditioning was most likely already removed for the year. I wish we had known this was an issue I would have placed it back in the room. - Relative to safes in the room. This is something we are now considering. Perhaps its simply Vermont ignorance on our part. Honestly, we take it for granted living in an area where crime is virtually non-existent. We never considered safes in the room, but perhaps our thinking has been wrong. - Bay windows are 80" across the front of the room taking up the entire wall except for the door. We will be putting roman shades on the windows VS curtains so it provides more options. Thank you for the advice on this. - There are no desks in any guest rooms, I'm sorry this was such a pain for you. This is by design, as we furnish the rooms to resemble anything but a traditional hotel room that serves primarily business travelers. People generally come here to escape the stress of work, we perceive desks as a reminder of that so we avoid them. - We are only opened Wed through Saturday for evening dinner service. This is accurate and is fully disclosed online. We are located within one mile of town and have three restaurants with in one mile, one being 1/8 of a mile away. Our location is ideal because we sit in between the base of two major ski resorts: Mad River Glen and Sugarbush. - Patti and I take great pride in managing this small family business with our children taking roles as well. We love the inn and all the guests that visit us. I am truly sorry our facility did not live up your expectations. While this is a very popular room, we would have gladly moved you if we knew you were so dissatisfied.
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$160 - $169 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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tucker hill hotel waitsfield
LOCATION
United StatesVermontWaitsfield
NUMBER OF ROOMS
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Frequently Asked Questions about Tucker Hill Inn
Which popular attractions are close to Tucker Hill Inn?
Nearby attractions include Sugarbush Resort (3.4 miles), Mad River Glen (1.2 miles), and The Big Picture Theater & Cafe (1.7 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Tucker Hill Inn?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
What food & drink options are available at Tucker Hill Inn?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and a snack bar during their stay.
Is parking available at Tucker Hill Inn?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Tucker Hill Inn?
Conveniently located restaurants include Peasant, American Flatbread, and The Hyde Away Restaurant.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Tucker Hill Inn?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Tucker Hill Inn?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Pine Brook Covered Bridge (4.1 miles), Waitsfield Covered Bridge (2.2 miles), and The Round Barn Farm (2.8 miles).