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Millstone Hill Barn and Lodge

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59 Little John Road, Websterville, VT 05678
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Romantic
Languages Spoken
English, French
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Game room
Board games / puzzles
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Non-smoking hotel
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Shared kitchen
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luiz c wrote a review Sep 17
Worcester, Massachusetts6 contributions5 helpful votes
My wife and I are always looking for places that will make truly escaping from the noise of the city life a solid reality. The lodge is one of those places, and more. Felt like going back in time yet close enough to experience what Montpelier, Stowe and Burlington have to offer. The owner, Pierre, is one more reason for us to go back. A wonderful gentleman. 5 stars in every way.
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Date of stay: September 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Maria O wrote a review May 2022
Sanibel34 contributions24 helpful votes
We stayed just one night in this charming lodge. Our room (the Jennifer Crawford) was very comfortable and had a fantastic view over the fields and valley. It was a convenient location, but very peaceful. It was a quiet time of year, so we had almost the whole, homey place to ourselves. A taste of real Vermont.
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Date of stay: May 2022
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Room Tip: All rooms in lodge looked great, but Jennifer Crawford has best view.
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Glory L wrote a review Oct 2021
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My husband and I have traveled to Vermont countless times, but we've never...until now...had the pleasure of staying in such a wonderful place. We are both descendants of our grandparents all hailing from Canada, so staying at the Farmhouse was a beautiful visit to reminisce of our own grandparents' homes. It was like going back to "Memere and Pepere's home(s)." We never had the joy of meeting Frankie, but Pierre was warm and welcoming. Everything was extremely clean and every room was cozy...especially our bedroom. We are very early risers and prefer not to eat until we've been up for a few hours, so we did not take advantage of what Pierre was preparing. Leaving, we could see the preparations for homemade muffins. Such a quaint, homey feeling. Our experience began with relaxing o the front porch, eating our apples and enjoying the fresh air to later, relaxing in our room. There is no doubt that we will return - Paul and Glory Lavoie
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Date of stay: October 2021
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Matombo wrote a review Aug 2021
Albany, New York419 contributions189 helpful votes
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The Millstone Hill Barn is fascinating. It is in an old barn that was apparently originally part of a dairy farm, about 40 miles from its present location. The barn was disassembled and moved and reconstructed, with the plumbing and electrical lines hidden in the interior walls and leaving most of the original wooden structure open. And the effect is absolutely wonderful. The rooms are on many levels, and they all boast flea-market antique furniture and open-beam ceilings. It really is a delightful hodge-podge of rooms up and down little stairs. There is a large number of mounted deer heads and animal skins on the walls, so if you are queasy about that sort of thing then you might want to think again before you stay there. But combined with the barn wood, they give the inn a wonderful feeling of an Adirondack lodge. The location is remote, probably a 10 to 12 minute drive from the nearest restaurant or bar in Barre, but it is near The Millstone Hill Touring and Recreation Center, a substantial hiking and reclaimed quarry center that I did not have an opportunity to visit. There is a variety of common areas on different levels, and an assortment of games for those who are interested. The many common areas allow for as much (or as little) privacy as one might wish for in order to read a book or play a game or just watch the Vermont sunset from the picture windows. There is also a full kitchen for the use of the guests, which makes up for the lack of coffee facilities in the rooms. I saw no televisions, so if you need your daily fix of cable news, you will likely be disappointed. The room itself was large, with a low, open-beamed ceiling and a king sized bed with a firm and very comfortable mattress. The shared bath was clean and up-to-date. Not all of the rooms have shared baths, but it may be something to keep in mind when you book. The only criticisms that I have might be that the carpeting in my room was worn and the inn's wifi was weak, but it was nothing that detracted from my stay. I would definitely return. I might even make it a special trip.
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Date of stay: July 2021
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CharliefromMaine wrote a review Aug 2021
China, Maine10 contributions17 helpful votes
This place is a GEM. I stayed in the Jennifer Crawford room, which was comfortable and quiet and featured a nice private bathroom. The shower (something I'm a little picky about!) was great. Plenty of hot water and plenty of water pressure too. Cleanliness was top shelf. It was a business trip, so I really needed wi-fi and that worked perfectly. Did I mention the views? It was hard to get any work done with views like that. The entire scene - the renovated 1800s post & beam barn, the rolling hills and distant mountains looked like something out of a fairy tale. The morning breakfast was good too. Hot coffee, freshly baked muffins, fruit, yogurt, bagels - if you leave hungry, it's your own fault. The price was the cherry on top. It cost less to stay in this incredible B&B than in the local chain motels where you get 4 walls and pastel paint. I've stayed in B&Bs from Florida to Alaska. This is one of the very best and gets my highest possible recommendation!
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Date of stay: August 2021
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Trip type: Traveled on business
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Steveskipton wrote a review Oct 2019
North Yorkshire, United Kingdom151 contributions98 helpful votes
Talk about a wow factor, as soon as you walk in you are overtaken by the quality of the building and the wonderful vaulted ceiling and picture window. The owners, Pierre and Francis are both very friendly and helpful and Pierre cooks a mean breakfast. We were lucky enough to be in the Jennifer Crawford room, on the ground floor, which is quite lovely with wonderful views. We were able to use the kitchen facilities, fridge, tea, coffee etc which was very useful. The building is beautifully decorated and maintained. The only negative we found was that the noise from the other guestroom shared bathroom extractor can was quite loud and intrusive. The only other negative, which I am sure might upset certain guests, are the numerous stuffed animal heads etc, hunting trophies which probably fit in well with the ambience of the property but will not be too everybody's taste. If this is not a problem to you then I could not recommend this place highly enough.
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Date of stay: October 2019
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Room Tip: As stated the Jennifer room was excellent
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Jacquelyn V wrote a review Aug 2019
Rutland, Vermont57 contributions13 helpful votes
We had the good fortune to have held our 50th high school reunion here. We chose this place because most of our classmates still live in the area of where our high school was. The individual rooms at the two separate buildings (Barn and Lodge) were so unique, taking you back in time. The owners, Frankie & Pierre are local, and actually went to the same school too, which made it even more special. They are so accommodating in every way to make your stay special. A huge perk was the delicious breakfasts that Pierre made for us!
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Date of stay: August 2019
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Room Tip: Rooms at the Barn are a little cozier, but every room is unique.
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saarin wrote a review Apr 2019
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With relatives in the area, I’ve stayed at Millstone Hill twice so far, and expect to return many times in the future. I love the lodge, where every room is filled with comfy furniture and interesting antiques. The views are incredible, and the innkeepers are friendly and accessible. Hiking trails are all around, and many Vermont landmarks and experiences are nearby. A perfect destination for couples, families, or solo travelers. Thank you, Pierre and Frankie!
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Date of stay: April 2019Trip type: Traveled solo
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Response from Pierre C, Owner at Millstone Hill Barn and Lodge
Responded Apr 20, 2019
We appreciate you taking the time out to review Millstone Hill. We love to hear that our guests enjoy the great views we have at Millstone and take part in the many activities available nearby. Look forward to hosting you again.
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NewJerseyRaconteur wrote a review Nov 2018
New Jersey27 contributions4 helpful votes
My boyfriend and I were looking for cozy and reasonably-priced accommodations in the Barre area for a weekend getaway. We couldn't have asked for a better option than Millstone Hill. As luck would have it, we were the only guests there, so we were able to enjoy the comfortable common room, as well as the little sitting nooks nested in various areas outside the guest rooms when we got back from a busy day. One could easily imagine whiling away an evening snuggled in an easy chair under a throw blanket with a book, or a rainy day playing board games with friends. It looks like the perfect place for a family weekend or friends' getaway, with the ideal mix of common areas and places for a little alone/couple time. The decor was a treat for the eyes - plenty of rustic antiques, comfy furniture, maps of the area and so on. There was also a large assortment of old taxidermy and mounted deer/moose in the common area. It's not overwhelming, but might be a little upsetting for folks who have issues with hunting. The Crawford Room, where we stayed, was very cozy and comfortable. It's been a long time since I've had such satisfying sleep! The room also shares the lovely view the common room has of the grounds and the mountains beyond. Our host, Pierre, noted that on a clear day, the view was straight to Canada. Unfortunately, the cold, snowy weather and our packed schedule prevented us from exploring the rest of the grounds on foot, but we're hoping to get back in the spring to check it out further. All in all, it was a lovely visit!
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Date of stay: November 2018
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Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: All look wonderful, but the Crawford room has the best view!
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Robert H wrote a review Jun 2018
Westford, Massachusetts4 contributions1 helpful vote
Very charming B & B furnished with antiques from the owner's collection, The views are amazing. The property is adjacent to protected forest land that offers incredible trails for hiking (also for x-country skiing, snow mobile, mountain bike, etc.). While hiking, we encountered scenic granite quarries that are no longer operating. Local artists have been sponsored to carve sculptures along the trails. The Lodge (converted barn) was comfortable with every room decorated differently. We stayed two different rooms during the two nights we were there. Breakfast was great.
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Date of stay: June 2018
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Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: Ask to see all of the rooms that are available for the time planned.
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PRICE RANGE
$147 - $169 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
United StatesVermontWebsterville
NUMBER OF ROOMS
7
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Frequently Asked Questions about Millstone Hill Barn and Lodge
Which popular attractions are close to Millstone Hill Barn and Lodge?
Nearby attractions include Hope Cemetery (4.3 miles), Rock of Ages Visitor Center & Quarry Tours (1.3 miles), and Barre Opera House (3.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Millstone Hill Barn and Lodge?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Millstone Hill Barn and Lodge?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Millstone Hill Barn and Lodge?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Millstone Hill Barn and Lodge?
Conveniently located restaurants include Meltdown, Cornerstone Pub & Kitchen, and Ladder 1.
Is Millstone Hill Barn and Lodge located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.3 miles away from the center of Websterville.
Are pets allowed at Millstone Hill Barn and Lodge?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Millstone Hill Barn and Lodge?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and French.
Are there any historical sites close to Millstone Hill Barn and Lodge?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Aldrich Public Library (3.3 miles).