My husband and I were visiting family just across the border in New York and decided to stay here instead of one of the chain hotels in the area. We couldn't have been happier with that decision. Nancy and Ralph were incredibly hosts and made us feel welcome and like part of the family. The inn itself is beautifully restored and in an excellent location--off a main road, nestled right in the wood but still easy to get to and close enough to everything you would need. The breakfast was phenomenal every day and they really outdid themselves. I would most definitely recommend this place to any of my family who visits the area frequently.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Applewood Manor is a national award-winning B&B. Situated in picturesque Castleton and convenient to Killington and other Central Vermont attractions, Applewood Manor is renowned for its comfortable elegance, excellent hospitality, and rich history dating back to the 1780's. Original brick and marble fireplaces grace the public rooms, and each of the five guest bedrooms has a private bathroom, deluxe mattresses, and nicely-appointed furnishings. In summer, the porch, patio & swimming pool are pleasant places to relax The 33-acre property offers woodland walks, snowshoe trail, and a river for trout-fishing. The area presents spectacular scenery; a wealth of activities including hiking, fishing, golfing, skiing, snowmobiling; fabulous shopping; and unique historical places of interest. Applewood Manor makes a great home base for exploring Vermont or just enjoying a getaway. You can get there by car, Cape Air from Boston, or Amtrak’s Ethan Allen express from NYC which stops at the beautifully-renovated Castleton station. ... more less
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