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The Inn on Park Street
Ranked #4 of 10 Brandon B&B and Inns
Reviewed October 16, 2011

We stayed for two nights in October and loved the Inn on Park Street and the lovely village of Brandon, VT. Judy, the hostess, is a wonderful cook. The breakfast is wonderful, but the scones are spectacular. The inn is very clean, well-situated, and warm.

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  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed September 21, 2011

A lovely place to stay for the Moonlight in Vermont Tango Festival from Sept. 8th - 11, 2011. Judy is the consummate hostess, attending to everyone’s needs, and an amazing cook even willing to share her luscious scone recipe. She is full of information about Brandon and the area and delightful to converse with. The big surprise for me was that despite the raging river’s rush through town, it was business as usual in most commercial establishments with evidence of a caring community doing everything possible to help less fortunate members. I urge you to see for yourselves and plan a trip soon so as not to miss the brilliant leaf season that will soon be at its peak.

  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled solo
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Reviewed September 19, 2011

I highly recommend this inn for romantic getaways, weekends with girlfriends, or anyone who would like to spend a weekend taking lovely walks and curled up with a book. We just spent a fantastic weekend here for the Moonlight in Vermont Tango festival. The innkeeper, Judy, is a marvelous cook who served cod, fresh Vermont corn, heirloom tomatos, and broccoli with a light homemade sauce with herbs from her own garden, followed by fresh strawberries with smoky unforgettable balsamic vinegar. The inn itself is a converted 19th century home with high ceilings, spacious rooms, bookshelves, and period detail. My favorite part was the front porch. The bathrooms are modern and equipped with conveniences including huge fluffy towels folded in baskets and luxurious robes. In addition, the surrounding area is quite recovered from the storm and has great possibilities for walks - a group from Montreal also staying here had a great time hiking. Five stars!

  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled with friends
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Reviewed September 18, 2011

Had a very pleasant experience at this Inn. The Inn Keeper (Judy) goes out of her way to make sure you have a great experience--the food is outstanding! I dream about her wonderful scones, bountiful breakfast and evening desserts. We definitely will return!

  • Stayed: June 2011, traveled with family
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Reviewed September 13, 2011

I've stayed at The Inn on Park Street multiple times now and I've always enjoyed it. The food is always amazing! The scones are to die for (as the other reviewers have noted). Her breakfast is the best and this is no exaggeration. I've stayed at other B&B's in the area and none of the other B&B's breakfasts are as good as Judy's.

My husband and I got married at a nearby B&B in August and Judy made our wedding cake. It was a chocolate mousse cake with real raspberries. It was heaven! All the guests raved about it. Even our photographers asked if they can take a piece home!

Needless to say, The Inn on Park Street is highly recommended!

  • Stayed: August 2011, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed September 1, 2011

We have been long-time vacationers in Vermont for 25+ years and always stayed with family in Brandon until a few years back. Park Street is a great village street to be able to live on; and if you can't live there, then staying at the Inn on Park Street offers that perfect "home away from home".

Our first stay at this inn was on August 18th, & we reserved the Calder Suite (attached to Andrea Room). The website provided alot of information, as well as pictures. When we showed up on the 18th, this inn lived up to ALL of our expectations. The decor in the entire Inn is nicely done & just what I had envisioned for staying at a bed & breakfast in Vermont!

Our hostes, Judy, was a delight to meet & get to know. Very welcoming, friendly, and knowledgeable about the area. She had just sat down earlier in day with another guest to help her map out a route for touring the area's well-known food stops - Ben & Jerry's, Dakin Farms, and many more.

Our beds were so comfortable, the room was very clean & spotless. In the evening when we came back from dinner, we sat with Judy in the living area & talked about Brandon, the history, townspeople, and stories about our lives; all the while my 16-year old daughter was providing background music on the piano. Judy is such a dear person.

In the morning before we left for the day, we enjoyed a fabulous gourmet breakfast - all so delicious, from her scrumptious scones to the fruit, and finishing off with a feta cheese & spinach omelette. The best I've ever had, and the french toast also very good.

If we get to Vermont again, we will be calling Judy at The Inn on Park Street to stay (and more than one night for the next visit). - Lori Laubscher

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  • Stayed: August 2011, traveled with family
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Reviewed August 31, 2011

We chose The Inn on Park Street after finding it on Trip Advisor and reading the previous
reviews for our annual Girlfriends Getaway. There were seven of us altogether, with two of the women sharing a room otherwise we all had our own accommodations. I enjoyed
the Theresa Room on the first floor with the huge jacuzzi tub. The bed was very comfortable and the room beautifully appointed. The scones in the morning were fabulous and there were always two kinds of fresh juice, a bowl of fresh fruit and granola and yogurt to get us started before having two choices for the main breakfast, usually an omelette or french toast, another day waffles and then pancakes or do a combination of the two. The breakfast was outstanding. On our last evening Judy made us dinner, we enjoyed a three course meal for $20 per person. We started with focaccia with goat cheese, arugula and tomatoes. Absolutely fabulous-never thought I would even try goat cheese never mind enjoy it. Then ceasar salad followed by mashed red potatoes and marinated steak tips. In lieu of dessert she made a lovely birthday cake for one of our girls. One afternoon at Judy's suggestion we went to the Music Cafe at the Brandon Music Co. Edna the proprietor was fabulous even sharing her recipe for Clotted Cream.
What a great trip! Highly recommended. Judy also offers cooking weekends and special holiday Mother/Daughter cookie baking weekends.

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  • Stayed: August 2011, traveled with friends
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Additional Information about The Inn on Park Street

Address: 69 Park St, Brandon, VT 05733-1121
Location: United States > Vermont > Brandon
Amenities:
Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Suites
Hotel Style:
Ranked #4 of 10 B&Bs / Inns in Brandon
Price Range: $115 - $175 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 6
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
The Inn on Park Street is within easy walking distance to the shops, galleries, and restaurants of Brandon, one of the last unspoiled villages in the 'Heart of Vermont'. Within a short drive you can choose cross country skiing and snowshoeing at 3 nearby centers, hiking and biking in the Green Mountain National Forest, antiquing, Lake Dunmore, Middlebury College, or the Neshobe Golf Course. Whether you are looking for a Vermont weekend getaway or a romantic Vermont vacation, The Inn on Park Street offers you spacious, comfortable rooms, a full country breakfast, and evening dessert by the former pastry chef innkeeper. ... more   less 

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