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Plan Now to See Vermont Fall Foliage at our B&B!

June 23rd, 2020 by Emily Wachsman

We’re still patiently awaiting the reopening of our Vermont Bed and Breakfast on July 1.  You can read more about what we will be doing to keep your visit as safe and healthy as possible here. It’s been many months that we’ve been closed to our guests, and we can’t wait to start welcoming you … read full article

Fall in Vermont: The Magic of New England

October 8th, 2019 by Peter MacLaren

Vermont fall foliage captures imaginations every season as romantic comedies depict couples strolling down streets, hand in hand. Quaint little towns dotted with carved pumpkins, serving fresh apple cider, and hosting harvest festivals are the epitome of fall romance and seasonal fun. Vermont fall has a special sort of magic, one that is connected to … read full article

The Magic of Vermont

August 2nd, 2019 by Peter MacLaren

Vermont is a place that awakens your soul. It invites you to dive headfirst into a culture of sugar making, flannel-wearing, local love and support. Where does all that deep Vermont love come from? Well, Vermont only has 600,000 residents and an average town size of about 2,000 people. If we don’t shout about the … read full article

The Seasons of Vermont: What to Do When

April 8th, 2019 by Peter MacLaren

With the changing seasons in Vermont, it can often feel like an entirely different state. The views transform from icy, greyscale paintings to explosions of warm color to rich, lush green forests. The seasons are as unique in sights as they are in activities, with skiing, apple picking, hiking, shopping, sugaring, camping, all trading off with … read full article

What to Do | Fall in Vermont

October 1st, 2018 by Peter MacLaren

Welcome to Fall in Vermont! Home of legendary landscapes and timeless traditions, don’t waste any time getting yourselves here to witness the transformation. Plus, with the holiday season approaching it’s never too early to start picking up goodies for your friends and family. All the local Farmers Markets are open for just a little bit … read full article

Fall Mad River Valley Lodging Specials

September 25th, 2015 by Peter MacLaren

Spring has sprung and summer is a goner but that just means it’s time for Vermont fall foliage and harvest festivals! Our Mad River Valley lodging specials for fall help take advantage of one of the best times of the year to visit Vermont! If you’re a fan of fall foliage, now – mid September … read full article

Your Vermont Fall Foliage Headquarters

September 15th, 2014 by Peter MacLaren

If there’s one thing that makes the passing of a fun summer acceptable, its the colors of autumn and here in Central Vermont, things get especially beautiful – there’s just nothing like Vermont fall foliage. Of course, we’re betting you know this – if you didn’t, vacancies at our Mad River Valley inn wouldn’t continue … read full article

Your Vermont Fall Foliage Vacation

September 27th, 2013 by Peter MacLaren

Visitors who have booked  a Vermont fall foliage vacation with us will be happy to hear that recent warm and sunny days, followed by cool evening temperatures, have caused the colors we all love to start appearing among the treetops! Those photogenic oranges and yellows, as you likely know, are caused by the early fall … read full article

Stetson Hollow Trail and Falls

August 5th, 2012 by srsm

Today on our Sap-bucket list we highlight the Stetson Hollow Trail and Falls. A perfect activity for a hot summer day in the Mad River Valley, the tree shaded Stetson Hollow trail follows along the Stetson Brook and is an easy 1.2 mile hike.  Take your camera – there is some gorgeous scenery on this … read full article

Guest blog: 30th Anniversary Celebration

December 4th, 2010 by Peter MacLaren

From guest Susie: My husband and I celebrated our 30th Anniversary with a 3 week New England vacation in October. It had always been my dream to see the fall foliage and experience the charm of New England and we were not disappointed. We saw many beautiful areas but when people ask me what was … read full article

Guest Blog: Columbus Day Weekend

November 17th, 2010 by Peter MacLaren

From guests Jessica & David: We spent a long Columbus Day weekend enjoying the fall colors and exploring the area. The West Hill House met every expectation of what we wanted in a New England B&B. Susan and Peter went out of their way to make sure we enjoyed our stay. The WHH B&B was … read full article