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Yardley, Pennsylvania
Reviewed 21 July 2013

My son attends summer camp on Lake Dunmore so I've been a frequent traveler to Brandon. I've enjoyed staying at several B&B's there, all lovely, but my favorite is the Gazebo Inn. Innkeeper Donna Taylor is a warm, energetic and delightful hostess. Guests are greeted with fresh lemonade or iced tea and baked goods upon arrival and breakfast is a...

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gazebogetaway, Owner at The Gazebo Inn, responded to this review

Thank you for your review highlighting all that we are trying to impart. What is more important when one is away from home than quality hospitality. It is fulfilling to me in trying to provide that comfortable feeling for each and every guest. I am so pleased that your husband was able to join you this year so that I...

Reviewed 18 July 2013

We spent a very comfortable night at the Gazebo Inn. Donna, the Innkeeper, serves a delicious breakfast. The morning we were there breakfast included peach pancakes, bacon, homemade banana bread, granola, yogurt, fruit, juice, coffee, etc. Donna steered us to an excellent local restaurant for dinner the night we arrived. The room we stayed in the Cinnamon Silk Suite was...

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gazebogetaway, Owner at The Gazebo Inn, responded to this review

Thank you for choosing The Gazebo for your stay. We do make an effort to provide a sumptuous -- but healthy -- Vermont breakfast. Fresh fruit and local organic eggs I think always enhances our offerings. The Cinnamon Silk Suite is perfect for families traveling together. It will be waiting for you upon your return visit!

Washington DC, District of Columbia
Reviewed 17 March 2013

The Gazebo Inn, conveniently located in downtown Brandon is walking distance to all things Brandon (historic sites, shops, post office and restaurants). The innkeeper, Donna, was an excellent hostess, attentive and yet not overbearing. Her knowledge of the history of the Champlain valley and Brandon in particular, made for delightful conversation. As many have stated, breakfast is delicious. The meals...

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Somerville, Massachusetts
Reviewed 10 November 2012

Breakfast was fantastic!... Also enormous. The owner is extremely friendly and accommodating. She is also able to provide good personalized recommendations in the area. The Inn and grounds are well-maintained and romantic. The only "downside" is that it's right near the main road, but we didn't notice car lights or noise at night in our room. Conveniently located to get...

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West Hempstead, New York
Reviewed 7 November 2012

Instead of heading right back to Long Island after a few days in Maine we decided to come back via Vermont and thanks to Trip Advisor we found the Gazebo Inn in Brandon, VT. It is a beautiful old home dating back to the Civil War and it has been carefully restored. The Inn Keeper, Donna was a delight. She...

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Cambridge, Massachusetts
Reviewed 29 October 2012

We stayed one night during the Columbus Day weekend and were treated as guests should be. Donna, our host, clearly enjoyed sharing her stories and listening to ours. The inn was furnished very tastefully in a country inn style, and Donna prepares a hearty breakfast herself. Downtown Brandon is a five minute walk and has several eateries including the Cafe...

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Mendon, Vermont
Reviewed 11 September 2012

We live in Vermont but enjoy exploring local towns and learn more about our own state. We have never had such a lovely time as we did staying at Gazebo Inn in Brandon. From the time we arrived and were greated by Donna, the innkeeper until she saw us off, everything was picture perfect. Our room was quaint and decorated...

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Brooklyn, New York, United States
Reviewed 9 September 2012

My friend was getting married in Brandon Vermont and suggested that I stay at the Gazebo Inn. I am very happy that I took her up on her suggestion. Brandon is a wonderful town and the Gazebo Inn is a wonderful base to enjoy it from. Donna welcomed my girlfriend and I with gingersnaps and fresh lemonade (with mint from...

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NH
Reviewed 26 August 2012

Every summer I spend two weeks taking classes at the Country Owl in Brandon, VT. With the exception of the first year, I always stay at the Gazebo Inn, in Brandon, VT. It is close to the downtown area and there are many pleasant walks one can take. Donna, the Hostess, has the experience one looks for at a B&B...

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Vermont
Reviewed 12 August 2012

We had never stayed in a B&B prior to our last minute planned weekend away. Donna, the inn keeper was so kind and fun. She greeted us on arrival with homemade goodies and a cool drink. She had made our dinner reservations and arranged everything. She really thinks about the extras. There was also an antique chair in our room...

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Amenities

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  • Free Parking
  • Breakfast included
  • Room Service
  • Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Cozy elegance is experienced at this National Historic Register 1860s home. Located just north of town our B&B provides relaxation on a private property displaying a variety of perennial gardens. Architecture is that of the classic New England Federal style. Decor is that of distinctively combined Victorian furnishings with contemporarily-crafted pieces reflecting refinement yet comfortableness. All guest rooms boast private bath, AC, fine linens, featherbeds, down comforters, hairdryers, and robes. Breakfasts are known as having sumptuous -- but healthy -- offerings.Summer guests enjoy reading on the screened porch, the gazebo, or on one of the several patios. Winter guests can snowshoe or XC ski down our back hill, enjoy a roaring fire in the library, or relax in the reading alcove. In the fall you'll be leaf peeping, but our porch is for 3 seasons so put your feet up and enjoy our array of refreshments while viewing our multi-colored trees.Brandon's downtown -- with its eateries, art galleries, unique shops, and old-fashioned ice cream parlor -- are but a stroll away. WiFi and HD TV with DVD player and Nexflix connection are provided. We are perfectly located for a vacation stay; i.e., The Stephen A. Douglas Museum and town Tourist Center is but a few doors down; hiking/XC skiing are a ride up the mountain; swimming on beautiful Lake Dunmore is even a shorter jaunt; bike rentals can be delivered to enjoy a variety of cycling routes, including to Brandon's nearby covered bridge or a bit longer trip to Lake Champlain.Discounts available for learning vacations in the traditional arts and for the Cafe Provence Cooking School, full-house rentals, and summer multi-day stays. Children and families welcomed. ... more   less 

Additional Information about The Gazebo Inn

Address: 25 Grove St, Route 7, Brandon, VT 05733-1001
Region: United States > Vermont > Brandon
Price Range: €101 - €147 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 4
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“We had a romantic room on the second floor.”
funnestfamever, 4 Mar 2017 | Read review
“The Cinnamon Silk room is amazing!”
alderst67, 25 Oct 2016 | Read review
“upstairs room my son stayed in was very large and he enjoyed it”
christinemarshall, 24 Sep 2016 | Read review
“We love the Cinnamon but they are all tastefully decorated.”
annmariem377, 4 Jul 2016 | Read review
“The Satin Plum room is on the first floor; all other rooms are on the 2nd floor.”
893kb, 4 Oct 2015 | Read review
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