We stayed two nights in July. Our first problem is that all the doors were locked. The property has both a restaurant and a B&B, and the restaurant is closed on Monday. But all the doors were locked. We had a moment of panic until one of the owners showed up, walking his dogs.
Our room, room A, is closest to the highway (VT 100), and the highway has a lot of trucks. It was quite warm in Vermont that day, and the room is on the second floor and on the west end of the building, and it was very warm in the room. There was a window unit air conditioner, but it was very loud and made for a tough night. When I shut the AC off and opened a window, we had to deal with the trucks.
The best part of this place was the breakfast. Both days, breakfast was excellent, eggs to order one day and blueberry pancakes the next.
In retrospect, we should have stayed somewhere in the Stowe resort away from the highway.
- Also Known As:
- Foxfire Inn Stowe, Vermont