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Landgrove Inn
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Reviewed January 3, 2010

The Landgrove Inn is a rustic and authentic country inn-style place - definitely not a 5-star resort-type facility. The location and surrounding area are quite beautiful. Our room was small but acceptable, as we just used it for sleeping.

  • Stayed: June 2007, traveled with family
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Reviewed December 29, 2009

When you walk in to the Landgrove Inn you can see the history of the place, the beautiful old wood that is date back to the 1800's and the updates that have been done to the palce its like love at frist sight .You get this warm feel like when you where a child going to vist your grandparents out in the country.I will be back to vist the Inn in the summer time to use there tennis courts and swimming pool.This is really a palce to vist any time of the year. The onwers of the Inn i found them to be warming and friendly like they have knew you your whole life they really make you feel like its your place.The staff that work there are are just like the owners.I had dinner there the food was great it was the best food i had in long time. They really pleased me with everthing. All I can say is that if your looking for a great down home place the Landgrove Inn is the place for you.To all who work at the Landgrove Inn thank you for a really wonderful time and I will be visting again

  • Stayed: December 2009, traveled solo
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1  Thank bakhunter316
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Reviewed October 15, 2009

My wife and I found this place to be mediocre and over-priced. Our room looked like it was last spruced up when disco was king. Our sink was in the main part of the room, while the bathroom itself was tiny and antiquated. The various appliances were powered by numerous extension cords, which snaked all over the floor and baseboards. The extension cord connecting the (rickety) air conditioner to its outlet ran across the sink and was unplugged. The (aged and dubious) carpeting on the stairs and in the hallway continued on right into our room.

Much is made of the breakfasts, which are copious as advertised. But they couldn't cook my wife's poached eggs properly (hard-boiled) and the bacon seemed to have been cooked a night or two before. We did not have dinner, but the prices are enough to make your eyes water, whether or not the food makes your mouth water.

Basically, we felt a kind of hard cynicism at work here: you're on a beautiful, quiet lane in one of the most exclusive areas of Vermont -- shut up and enjoy it! For us, once was more than enough.

  • Stayed: July 2009, traveled as a couple
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3  Thank PonsonbyBindlestaff
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Ownertom, Owner at Landgrove Inn, responded to this reviewResponded January 15, 2010

The Landgrove Inn welcomes constructive reviews. We peruse this sight periodically to see what our guests are saying, and take their comments seriously. If we serve you overdone eggs, we would like to know that. Maybe that morning would have been better, but that's another issue. We don't however, reuse breakfast meat from one day to another. My dogs would feel abandoned and deprived!
The criticisms of this room however, (Room #19, the most frequently requested/rented standard room) leaves us dumbfounded! How someone could describe Warren Kimble inspired wallpaper, a 4 poster mahogany bed, antique mahogany dresser, custom inlaid pine wainscoting, and wooden shutters as "discoish" is incomprehensible. Yes, the carpeting from the hallway is also used in the room, and nicley I might add! It seems the only cynicism at work here belongs to the reviewer.
Sometimes a headline can seem catchy and
witty, even if totally inaccurate. Oh, for a good editor!
The Landgrove Inn has 19 rooms, all decorated differently, and varying architectural styles. We like ti think we have something for every taste. Unless you're into disco!!

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Reviewed August 23, 2009

Our room (Room 18) at the Landgrove Inn left much to be desired. We paid $175 a night in the middle of August.

The bathroom was extremely cramped, with a toilet and shower-in-tub behind a door. The ceiling wallboard was peeling, apparently from a leak in the room above. The plastic ceiling vent and light was yellowed from age. The 1970s-vintage vanity and sink were located in the room outside the bathroom door.

The room was just large enough to hold a double and single bed, plus two sitting chairs on the opposite wall. The beds consisted of headboards of dark stained pine with mattresses resting on metal frames. There were no side boards or foot boards. The linens were extremely thin and cheap. The pillows (two for the double bed and one for the single) were flat and synthetic. The mattresses were apparently very old, and left me feeling achy after one night. The wallpaper--early American patriotic--was peeling at nearly every seam.

The heating and air conditioning have likewise not been updated. Our room was cooled with a small window unit that was extremely loud when it was running. The unit turned itself on and off, which proved very disturbing to our sleep. We did not use the heat, of course, but noticed that it is baseboard electric heat. (Very inefficient/bad for the environment, and tends to smell).

While we were very unhappy with our room, the common areas at the Inn were generally very inviting. The grounds are green and lush and the exterior of the Inn is classic Vermont. The Inn has an old bar and gathering room where guests can help themselves to beer, wine and soft drinks, marking a clipboard to have the drinks charged to the room. There are two TV rooms, though we did not use them.

There is no internet at the Inn at all. Also, please note that there is no TV or phone in the hotel rooms. AT&T wireless does not have coverage in the area of the Inn. There is a pay phone in the "lobby".

We feel very misled by the other reviews on Trip Advisor, which were generally positive. We would not return to the Landgrove Inn and we would discourage others as well.

  • Stayed: August 2009, traveled as a couple
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3  Thank Franz1969
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Ownertom, Owner at Landgrove Inn, responded to this reviewResponded January 4, 2010

While we understand that not everyone who visits our charming 1810 farmhouse turned country inn will be completely satisfied, this review goes from merely misleading to patently false.
To start with, the picture of the inn they posted on the site, which is the only one unlabelled, is of the tool shed area behind the inn. They would like you to have the impression that that is what you see when you drive up to the building. The comment that the pay phone is the only means of communication is also false. As stated in the information guide in the rooms, and as our guests are informed when they arrive, the house phone is available for use at no charge for our guests. This is a place where people come to get away from it all, so cell phone coverage is spotty.
The comments about the bed being merely a mattress on a frame is also false. As with most other beds ours are all mattress and box spring combinations on the normal frame.
The Landgrove Inn has 19 rooms, only 6 of which have the "offending" sink in the room setup. A mere inquiry at the desk would have prompted us to see if another room without this setup was available. oh, and we're still looking for all that peeling wallpaper!
The Landgrove Inn doesn't pretend to be The Ritz Carlton. We offer clean, comfortable accomodations, with warm hospitality, really good food, and some of the most beautiful scenery in all of New England.
If this review gives you pause, we invite you to come see us the next time you're in the area. We'll give you a tour tof the facility, including room 18, and a hot chocolate on us! You'll see why so many of our guests return year after year, and generation after generation!

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Reviewed October 1, 2008

The Landgrove Inn is a true gem. I have spent a weekend every winter for the past 3 years at this enchanting inn. We just booked again for this winter with a few other couples. And each year we return with a larger group! We also go up in the early summer with our family for a reunion.

The rooms are cozy and nicely decorated. We have stayed in different rooms each year. I think room 19 is my favorite or maybe room 1. All the rooms offer a wonderful charm and individuality.

Breakfast is excellent and fills you up for the day! You have to try the J-Bar special. Its a lot of food but it is totally worth it!

The restaurant is delicious. Elise always makes a wonderful dinner. The charm of the staff, especially the innkeeper and his wife are what make is a truly incredible experience. Tom and Maureen are wonderful people. They treat everyone like family. They make sure your stay is perfect and offer some wonderful company and a good laugh!

I would highly recommend this place in the summer or winter. In the summer they have a pool and tennis courts and in the winter they are very close to many mountains for skiing. They also have their own cross country skiing trails. It is great for a family get away or a romantic weekend or even a quiet place just to get away from the craziness of the city life. Remember there are only two TV's :).

  • Stayed: January 2008, traveled with friends
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