The place was a great location to get together and have a nice quiet breakfast with friends and family. Was clean and and nicely period furnished. The Belgian Waffles bacon home fries weren’t bad either.
Loved the quirky feel of this hotel. Ample free parking in the hotel car park. We stayed in room 4 for two nights. Despite the building being so old, we didn't hear a lot of noise from other guests. Lovely comfortable beds, a decent sized bathroom and a good shower. Free wi-fi also good. The breakfast was amazing; a buffet cold breakfast with juices, fruit and pastries and an extensive hot food menu. The Vermont cheese omelette with rosti potatoes was delicious, very tasty. It's a short walk up the road to the town's restaurants and a short drive to visit Montpelier and Stowe.
Had a good night sleep on a very comfortable bed with good linens. Given the age of the inn you will hear your neighbors. All was quiet by the appropriate time. Inn has a great deal of character. Next am the breakfast was great with many choices cooked to order and continental selections - all freshly made. It is apparent the inn owner takes pride in offering an excellent breakfast and I think she was the chef.
Loved this place! My husband and I traveled up to Waterbury with his uncle, cousin and their wives, and stayed at the Old Stagecoach Inn (recently purchased by new o, Christa.) We really enjoyed the Inn itself; loved the room, and it has a nice outdoor seating area that was great for gatherings, reading or whatever you choose. Breakfast was outstanding! Walking distance from great restaurants, breweries, etc. in town. All of the employees were very friendly, and Christa was a great host and very gracious owner. Wonderful experience and great little town!
Although the room we had was small and had a shared bath, we were very comfortable. We walked to dinner a few blocks away which was delicious. Christa, the new owner was so welcoming and full of information. The included breakfast was the most incredible! You actually ordered from a full menu and I am still remembering how outstanding it was. We had a very relaxing stay.
The Old Stagecoach Inn is in Waterbury, VT, conveniently located to Ben and Jerry’s. We arrived there only a few days after ownership was taken over by Christa, who was an excellent host. She was eager to make sure that we had everything that was needed and checked up on us a couple of times during the short time we stayed there. The workers in the inn were all pleasant and helpful, and quick to respond to any requests. The Inn is spread out, and has beautifully appointed rooms with many interesting artifacts. Our room was a good size, and there was ample space for our clothes, toiletries, etc. The room also contained a kitchen area; although we did not use it, it seemed to be well-equipped. Breakfast was delicious; besides a table of fruit and pastries, we were able to choose a hot dish from a menu, which also included daily specials. Although we did not use them, Christa pointed out a bar and living rooms where we could sit and play a game selected from their collection. In all, the Old Stagecoach Inn is a great place for a Vermont stay. …
If you want a historic B&B Inn within walking distance of brew pubs and shops, and short driving distances to Stowe, VT and Ben & Jerry's, this is your best bet. Inn is very nice and new Innkeeper/Owner, Krista, is a delight. The breakfast options are fabulous!
First off this in a place built in the late 1800's. With that said, nice location close to town and within walking distance to places to eat. Parking was easy and staff were friendly. Checkin was easy. We had a corner room on the second floor. Room was nice corner unit and meet our expectations with sleeping area, sitting chairs and nice desk area and gas fireplace, for an older room.. Bathroom was very small and bed could use a new mattress. The downfall is that being an old building, when people move you hear the floors. Our room had a window A/C unit in it that allowed a lot of road noise in which really took away from our stay, but for us a heavy rain helped drown the road noise a bit. Road noise may be less if the window was closed or the A/C was mounted better. The breakfast was very good with a lot of food options and great service. We didn't get to see the local ghost but maybe next time as we would stay again.…
There were some very good things about staying here. The breakfast was delectable with many choices or main dishes and a buffet of fruit and breads. We are on the patio and even though it sprinkled rain we were covered. The location was great. A short walk to restaurants for dinner and easy access to Waterbury and the road to Stowe. Lots of parking. Our third floor room was very large and had beds for 4 so we had plenty of space to move around. The room itself seemed a bit run down but it was clean. I wish you didn’t have to trade private bath for lots of stairs. That slowed me down. Despite the fact it seemed worn I like the location and the food. I would probably consider staying again.
Not sure how this place rates so high?? Maybe more attention to detail is taken with other rooms. Maybe others stayed when things were cleaner? Learned owner has sold the inn so maybe is not investing time or energy into keeping it up? Stayed in room 10 which was in need of a good cleaning. This room is located thru a separate entry with a flight of stairs to the entry. Fridge door shelves needed wiping, chairs at the table were black with grime in spots, legs splattered with more dirt/filth. Tablecloth was dirty and needed a wash. Sofa in the room had torn cushions and trim. Sitting chair was stained. Carpet was really pretty bad, I ended up laying towels along it to create a pathway to walk. Matted and dirty. I did not want to walk bare foot on it. Curtain rods on windows off kilter, bathroom floor needed scouring. Bath towels old. Thankful that we were so tired from an early morning flight that we could fall asleep on the bed with the sorry old pillows. The morning breakfast was fine but very cramped and crowded, hard to back out of chair to get to self serve area with other chairs right behind. Again, area here needs some cleaning. Walls where we were sitting had grime on woodwork. We did sit in the bar before retiring for the night and had to flag the tender to get service. She did sit and visit with us as she sipped a drink herself and we learned a bit about the inns history and resident ghost. Location was great; we walked to dinner and a few other spots that evening. Could have been so much better with some cleaning and TLC.…
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