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191 East Main Street, Richmond, VT 05477-0652, USA    
 
 
Innkeeper/s:

Rob Landry, Kathy Landry

Description

Circa 1850. This Queen Anne Victorian, with a three-story tower, is accented with green shutters, a sunburst design, fish scale shingles and a gingerbread front porch. The Tower Room is filled with white wicker, ...


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Northbound Traveler

Frank is a great guy, wonderful room and great breakfast!
Sigurd Spearing

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Great Getaway

Couldn't have found a better place to enjoy time away from home. Family matters and at the inn, you're just one of the Stewarts.
Rebecca McVicker

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Pleasant Stay

Friendly,caring couple. Best Breakfast we had in a long time. Thank you! Old inn is still in great wonderful, clean condition.
Rock N
Belchertown, MA

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Charming and Cozy Historic Home

This was my first B&B experience and it couldn't have been more enjoyable. The rooms were beautifully decorated in Victorian style and had everything one would need for a comfortable stay. There were sitting areas outside as well as a common room on the first floor. The hosts were incredibly welcoming and made each guest feel like family. Breakfast was delicious and different each day. I hope to visit again in the future!
Kimberly Speiran
Lakewood, OH

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Chelsea

This gem of a B&B is off the beaten path, just a stone's throw away from Burlington, Vermont, Lake Champlain, Shelburne Museum and the Stowe/Waterbury area. It's near the airport and is the perfect location for exploring the Champlain Valley and the Waterbury/Stowe area. It's also convenient enough for a daytrip to Montreal. I can't say enough good things about the charming hosts, Frank and Joyce Stewart. They know the true meaning of hospitality! Frank, a self-trained chef, originally from Scotland, once worked at the U.S. Capitol and has served Presidents, foreign dignataries and celebrities from around the world. the breakfasts are incredible!! The rooms are comfortable and spotless. Beautiful handmade quilts adorn all the beds. It's the perfect place to get away and relax! Highly recommended!!
Katharine Stewart
Washington,
8/4/2010

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First Plus and A+

I have stayed at many B&Bs, but by far this is the most wonderful experience. The hospitality was #1, the food was A+. Rooms very comfortable. I felt like family. Hope our paths cross again.
Anonymous
7/7/2004

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Publicity and Press Reviews

Yankee Magazine - Best of New England Editor's Choice Award (2011)
The Montreal Gazette (2007)
Out and About in Vermont 5th Ed., Rogers (2004)
Best Recipes of American Country Inns, Bed and Breakfasts - Maynard (2004)
Hartford Courant (2003).


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