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  • Rock of Ages Quarry & Hope Cemetery in nearby Barre, Vermont

    August 8th, 2011 by Peter MacLaren

    Both of these attractions are well worth a visit when you stay at West Hill House. The 600 ft deep Rock of Ages granite quarry in nearby Barre is a favorite destination for our guests. It is reputed to be the largest such quarry in the world. With the scale of the geological formation it … read full article

    Vermont Symphony and Fireworks at Sugarbush on Canada Day

    July 3rd, 2011 by Peter MacLaren

    On July 1st Anthony Princiotti conducted the Vermont Symphony Orchestra in the open air at Sugarbush offering “Symphony Royale” with music fit for a king…or a summer evening in Vermont! Handel’s fireworks began the program and Northstar’s fireworks concluded it, in this musical homage to royalty. The noble procession included Scheherazade’s Kalendar Prince, the King and … read full article

    Farmers’ Market-Top Rated

    June 29th, 2011 by Peter MacLaren

    Yankee, in the July/August 2011 magazine, ranked the Waitsfield Farmers’ Market as one of the 5 best Farmers’ Markets in New England. Here’s what they say… Waitsfield Farmers’ Market It seems that the entire population of the Mad River Valley turns out to partake in a boisterous round of festivities: face painting, arts and crafts, … read full article

    July 4th Weekend 2011 in Warren Vermont

    June 11th, 2011 by Peter MacLaren

    The holiday weekend in Warren is chock full of excitement this year, starting on Friday July 1st and running through to Monday July 4th. Plan to stay at West Hill House for all four nights and we will make all the arrangements you need to enjoy your visit at an all inclusive price! July 1st. … read full article

    Who Done It? A weekend with Vermont mystery writer Archer Mayor

    June 4th, 2011 by Peter MacLaren

    Mystery fans seldom get to meet their favorite writer let alone sit down with him and  talk about the secrets of the trade. On August 26 and 27, at the West Hill House B&B in Warren, VT, you will get that chance, with Vermont’s own detective mystery writer Archer Mayor. The author wears many hats: medical … read full article

    The World’s most beautiful Marathon

    November 21st, 2010 by Peter MacLaren

    The First Annual Mad Marathon is scheduled for July 10, 2011 in the gorgeous Mad River Valley, located in Central Vermont. You will be running through this extraordinary rural community on 26.2 miles of back and dirt roads, with breathtaking views of the Green Mountains, rolling farm lands, quaint villages, historical barns, covered bridges and … 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

    Guest Blog: Fall Foliage Photographic Opportunities

    October 17th, 2010 by Peter MacLaren

    From guest Ruth Wanless: “West Hill House is a charming Vermont Inn set in the picturesque mountains of Vermont. I came to photograph the fall foliage and was not disappointed. The inn was surrounded in wonderful color and was near to attractions such as Moss Glen Falls, Kent Pond and the quaint villages of Warren … read full article

    Welcome to the King!

    August 24th, 2010 by Peter MacLaren

    West Hill House is delighted to be welcoming pro-cyclist Ted King.  Ted will be staying with us during his participation in this year’s Green Mountain Stage Race. Ted is an Economics Major from Middlebury College, so while he currently lives in Spain he is coming back “home” for this year’s event in the Green Mountains. … read full article

    The Long Trail’s 100th Birthday – and cake!

    August 2nd, 2010 by Peter MacLaren

    Built by the Green Mountain Club between 1910 and 1930, The Long Trail is the oldest long-distance trail in the United States. The Long Trail follows the main ridge of the Green Mountains from the Massachusetts-Vermont line to the Canadian border as it crosses Vermont’s highest peaks. It was the inspiration for the Appalachian Trail, … read full article

    Mountain Biking at Sugarbush

    July 24th, 2010 by Peter MacLaren

    Sugarbush Resort has added to its network of legendary mountain bike trails! Whether you prefer high-speed downhill runs, North Shore-style free ride features in the park, long technical descents on your cross-county bike, or leisurely loop rides, Sugarbush Resort has it all. Check out the Mountain Bike Trail Map. The trails are open every day … read full article