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  • A Gem of a Restaurant

    March 28th, 2012 by Peter MacLaren

    Today Peter and I (Susan) had a marvelous lunch at MINT, a local vegetarian restaurant in Waitsfield. In the wake of  tropical storm Irene, which flooded the restaurant with 5 feet of muddy water, MINT has been reborn through the hard work of  it’s owners Savitri and Iliyan. The restaurant now boasts a new layout, … read full article

    Relaxation Plus!

    March 16th, 2012 by Peter MacLaren

    Winter gives way to an early spring Mountainside snow melts in the warm sun The ground begins to thaw as we enter mud season Crocuses, tulips, and irises poke their heads through the soil Inside West Hill House B&B Smoky demos cat yoga and enjoys a relaxing nap. Come join Smoky and Snowball, choose your … read full article

    Ski boots galore!

    March 6th, 2012 by Peter MacLaren

    After a busy day at Sugarbush and Mad River Glen, guests’ boots rest by the fireside while their humans enjoy their steam showers and jacuzzis.

    Fly Porter Airlines

    March 6th, 2012 by Peter MacLaren

    This is Billy Bishop Airport  (aka The Island Airport) in downtown Toronto, Ontario. Porter Airlines offers the perfect flights for Toronto area skiers bound for the wonderful Vermont ski mountains. Peter flew Porter a couple of weeks ago and took this picture of the airport with the Toronto skyline in the background. Flying non-stop from … read full article

    Winter Wonders

    March 5th, 2012 by Peter MacLaren

      Winter is one of the most beautiful seasons in Vermont, a real treat for the eyes. Snow covered mountains, evergreen trees laden with heavy snow, thick morning frost on bare tree branches, fresh animal tracks in the snow and brilliant stars in the clear winter night skies are truly awe inspiring. One of the … read full article

    A Greener Green Mountain Magazine

    February 5th, 2012 by Peter MacLaren

    Our Vermont,  is the new Green Mountain State’s Greener Magazine, and features articles about people, places, events, food, and local flavor offered in the great state of Vermont. Not only is this a paperless magazine, and you can subscribe for free on line, but they chose a 100% wind powered company to do their hosting. Lucky … read full article

    Valentine’s Day – Romance is in the snow!

    January 31st, 2012 by Peter MacLaren

    A picture postcard Valentine’s Day package awaits you… A snow covered landscape, a beautiful room with a double Jacuzzi tub in its ensuite bathroom, a sleigh ride to whisk you through the snow, and a delicious dinner at The Common Man restaurant. We have two all inclusive packages: The Logan Suite for any 3 nights … read full article

    Great Vermont Ski and Stay Packages

    January 18th, 2012 by Peter MacLaren

    For the 2011-12 Ski Season we are once again offering our guests great prices AND flexibility for skiing at Sugarbush – immediately adjacent to the B&B with door-to-door shuttle service, Mad River Glen – a few minutes drive away, and the option to also ski on Olé’s Cross Country Ski trails just down the road … read full article

    The Pot of Gold

    December 3rd, 2011 by Peter MacLaren

    We’ve found it! The Pot of Gold is in the Mad River Valley! November brought us 11″ (28cm) of snow for our Thanksgiving Day guests to enjoy and 60°F (15°C) weather a few days later. November also brought us this magnificent rainbow on the 30th. While we can’t guarantee you a rainbow or a pot … read full article

    White Christmas in Vermont

    November 28th, 2011 by Peter MacLaren

    Picture yourself doing your Christmas shopping and enjoying Christmas music in the quiet serenity of the green mountains of Vermont. Saturday, December 3 marks the 13th annual Country Christmas Open House in the Mad River Valley. Over 30 local shops and services are offering special discounts which will make your pocketbook happy and may offer … read full article

    Sugarbush – Mad River Glen

    October 27th, 2011 by Peter MacLaren

    OK everyone… IT’S SNOWING HERE TODAY!  Time to think about getting those skis tuned up and making those ski holiday reservations. Vermont photographer, “Snowflake” Bentley, was the first person to photograph snowflakes. Check out the website dedicated to his works. Also check out our skiing specials.