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All reviewsparis suitewildflower roompeter susanother guestsbed and breakfastjacuzzi tubhighland roomwonderful hostsbreakfast dessertpool tablecommon areasprivate entrancelooking forward to our next visitsun roomthought of everythingfriendly catswesthill house
Set amidst the abundant greenery of Vermont's Mad River Valley area, this B&B was the perfect place to come back to at the end of our day's exploration of the area and to wake up to the sound of birds chirping, the cool green of...More
Thank Tarak G
Response from Peter M, Owner at West Hill House B&BResponded 3 days ago
It was our pleasure to have Tarak and his wife staying with us. They came to get away from the city to relax for a few days. And they did, as you can tell from their comments!
I have traveled extensively,staying at many B&Bs over the years. Peter and Susan are the best Inn Keepers that I have encountered in my many travels. They are extremely accommodating and focus on making your stay memorable. The hospitality provided is the best that I...More
Response from Peter M, Owner at West Hill House B&BResponded February 20, 2018
Wow! Thanks for the high praise. We do love what we do and enjoy helping our guests have a memorable stay (in a good way!) at our B&B. We are glad to hear that our guests found it a joy to be here and are...More
We stayed in the Mountain Room during a several day getaway for quiet and relaxation. We were pleased well beyond expectations. The room was so well appointed, spacious, and comfortable. But beyond that, the public spaces were exceptional--living room, deck room, library with pool table,...More
Thank Michael W
Response from Peter M, Owner at West Hill House B&BResponded 2 weeks ago
We are always delighted to hear that our guests were pleased well beyond expectations and that we went "above and beyond". Mission accomplished! One of the often commented aspects of West Hill House B&B is our extensive common space for guests to use, both inside...More
My sister and I enjoyed a too short stay at this beautiful Inn. We spent two nights in the Wildflower Room and loved every aspect of our stay. Peter and Susan are terrific hosts, as are their two friendly cats (only allowed in common areas,...More
Response from Peter M, Owner at West Hill House B&BResponded 3 weeks ago
Breakfast conversation is often a highlight of their stay for many of our guests, and as hosts we really enjoy the opportunity to share stories and learn interesting things from our guests. Each of our guest rooms is unique, with the Wildflower Room offering lots...More
We had a great stay at West Hill House whilst on our honeymoon. The owners are so kind, considerate and helpful that our only regret is we couldn't stay longer. Highly recommend to anyone who wants to stay at one of the best B&Bs in...More
Response from Peter M, Owner at West Hill House B&BResponded 4 weeks ago
It was our pleasure to be part of a special time for our guests. We appreciate their recommendation, and hope that they will be able to come and visit again themselves when they can stay longer.
Maxine, just as a tip it's always best to contact a property directly, as suggested by Amy. Our apologies as we only just saw your question posted here. We do have two guest rooms that can be made up with twin beds and we... More
Maxine, just as a tip it's always best to contact a property directly, as suggested by Amy. Our apologies as we only just saw your question posted here. We do have two guest rooms that can be made up with twin beds and we do have a complimentary shuttle to the Lincoln Peak base at Sugarbush during the ski season-it picks up right at our front door! We also have great ski & stay packages. Check our website for full details or give us a call.
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"All rooms seem lovely - just read descriptions on website to see which best fits your needs"