I started coming to WFI back in 2002 and have been a huge fan ever since. The O'Reilly's run a terrific establishment and the lodgings are a nice break from the TV/Internet driven world that we live in. The policy at the WFI is that the rooms do not have a TV and this is actually a good thing. It forces you to get out and explore the outdoors, go antiquing, or just enjoy each other's company over a nice bottle of wine.
They have a nice little restaurant on the property and the food there is very good and the wine list is ever improving. Everything is reasonable priced, but the rooms are a little pricey (but considering the views I think it is worth it). The inn is on the slope of a hill that overlooks a valley that is absolutely breathtaking. In the distance you can see the beautiful mountains that during the autumn will bring you to tears with their beauty!
I highly recommend the Wildflower Inn to those with kids, those looking for a romantic getaway or newly weds, or those just looking to get away from the hustle and bussle of the crazy world for a weekend!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A relaxing small inn that sits on 500 acres with spectacular views of the countryside. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Wildflower Hotel Lyndonville