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Enjoy Kayaking Near our Vermont Bed and Breakfast

July 15th, 2020 by Emily Wachsman

As the long days of summer stretch out in front of us, we’re looking to fill our days (and those of our guests) with fun and engaging ways to experience life here in the Mad River Valley, all while keeping to proper social distancing guidelines for the safety of everyone involved.  Kayaking is one of … read full article

Welcome! West Hill House B&B: Back Inn Business July 1, 2020

June 16th, 2020 by srsm

Welcome! West Hill House B&B will be back ‘inn’ business soon and is accepting reservations for visits after July 1, 2020. While you will find the same warm welcome and smile, under our face masks, things will have a bit of a different look and feel. Our promise to you: We have always been committed … read full article

5 Things to do at Sugarbush Resort in Vermont

May 15th, 2020 by Emily Wachsman

It’s a common refrain that we use, but it’s true: There is no shortage of things to do in the Mad River Valley of Vermont. It’s truly a fantastic 4-season destination, with world-class skiing in the winter, unbeatable opportunities for hiking, biking, and outdoor recreation during the summer, breathtaking fall foliage, and a number of … read full article

Hike the Vermont Long Trail This Summer

May 14th, 2020 by Emily Wachsman

There really is no shortage of exceptional hiking trails in Vermont, especially in the area of the Green Mountains that surround the Mad River Valley.  That said, there’s one trail that far outshines the rest, and it’s the Vermont Long Trail. As the name implies, the Vermont Long Trail is, well, long.  It actually runs … read full article

10 Reasons our Vermont Bed and Breakfast is a Great Summer Getaway

April 25th, 2020 by Emily Wachsman

After many weeks of isolation, summer at our Vermont Bed and Breakfast might be just what you need. It’s been hard to remain closed to our guests over these past months during the COVID-19 pandemic, but it’s been important.  We can’t wait to welcome our guests back through these doors, to spoil them with delicious … read full article

20 in 20: Maple-Almond Cookies are Easy

April 9th, 2020 by srsm

20 in 20. Make 20 cookies in 20 minutes. Maple-Almond Cookies are the perfect cookie to bake in the early spring each year. The sugaring season is over for West Hill Sugar Orchard, just down the road from us here in the Mad River Valley of Vermont. All the buckets are off the trees and … read full article

Your Guide to Skiing at Mad River Glen

February 24th, 2020 by Emily Wachsman

If you haven’t yet heard of the Mad River Glen Ski area in Vermont, it’s high time you pay this charming gem a visit. Mad River Glen is the last remaining shareholder-owned ski area in the country and is a true delight for skiers. It’s located in Vermont’s beautiful Green Mountains. Moreover, it’s just minutes … read full article

Mad River Valley, Vermont: 20 Favorite Things to Love

February 4th, 2020 by srsm

The answer’s easy! First on the list is that the Mad River Valley is a diverse and welcoming community which has provided the opportunity for residents to build on their talents and for visitors to relax and leave the stress of a busy life behind. With so much variety it’s easy to name 20 favorite … read full article

10 Things to do in Vermont in Winter

January 20th, 2020 by Emily Wachsman

Are you looking for a delightful winter destination that far outshines the rest? Then you need to head to Vermont. We have the perfect list of fun things to do in Vermont in Winter, and it all starts right here at our luxury Bed and Breakfast in Warren, Vermont. Our Inn is located near two … read full article

Wildlife Corridors Allow for Safe Routes for Animals

February 21st, 2019 by srsm

Wildlife corridors allow for safe routes for animals, plants and fish. They are a link of wildlife habitat, generally native vegetation, which joins two or more areas of similar wildlife habitat. Vermont’s wildlife requires food, water, shelter and mates to survive and reproduce. Different species travel different distances to meet these basic needs. As they move from one large … read full article