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  • A Green Hotel In The Green Mountain State

    October 28th, 2016 by corey

    West Hill House B&B prides itself not only in providing top-tier hospitality but also for doing so in an environmentally friendly way. We’ve been a certified Green Hotel since 2009 and, in the last couple of years, have added EV charging stations and gone 100% solar-powered! We’ve always worked hard to make sure your stay … read full article

    Let sleeping cats lie!

    May 24th, 2015 by srsm

    I’m Snowball, CPO, that’s Chief Purr Officer, I’m in charge of Purrs and Snuggles here at West Hill House B&B. You’ll meet my brother, Smoky, another day, but today is my day to shine. First a little history about us. My brother and I were born on the Turner’s farm, Simplicity Farm, just a bit north of where we live today. Our … read full article

    Have Tesla, Can Travel – to our BEB!

    March 20th, 2015 by Peter MacLaren

    What “range anxiety”? On March 19th we welcomed Matt and his Tesla Model S85D at West Hill House B&B. Matt was making his inaugural trip in what is apparently the first 85D model—all wheel drive—delivered to an owner in Ontario, and perhaps in Canada. Canada you say?  Yes, Matt lives in Toronto and he is heading … read full article

    Beds, Electrons & Breakfasts; ready for Tesla!

    December 17th, 2014 by Peter MacLaren

    The Times They Are A-Changin’. Bob Dylan’s words were written over 50 years ago in 1963 and they continue true today. The changes we are talking about here though are not political, but environmental and technical! On December 16th 2014 West Hill House B&B launched a new accommodation category, which we are calling a “BEB”, or Beds, … read full article

    Fresh from the Farm

    May 6th, 2014 by srsm

    If you live in or near a farming community you have doubtless heard of CSA, Community Supported Agriculture, which enables consumers to purchase local, seasonal produce direct from the farmer. Farmers and consumers both benefit from the CSA scenario. Farmers have time to market their food before the start of their long days in the … read full article