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The entire staff so helpful-6 couples can't wait to go back- most there for golf,but we swam, hiked, biked. and gathered on the porch for pizza. Wonderful time. Fog in the morning cleared quickly for yet another perfect day.
This was my third stay at the inn. The beds are very comfortable, the rooms and bathroom are exceptionally clean, the kitchen is well stocked for its continental breakfast and the staff is extremely accommodating. This quaint inn is 5 minutes from town, has pretty...More
We were there for a wedding and this place was definitely the right place to do it! It was cozy yet expansive, had something for everyone (hiking and beautiful woods, horses and goats, a swimming pool and hot tub, game room), and the staff were...More
This property and local golf course together are for sale, so my guess is they are doing their best to maintain it until the change. I suspect in its hey day it was quite special, but currently the restaurant is closed except for special events...More
We enjoyed an overnight in the picturesque farmland of Vermont following an afternoon of golf at Montegue golf course.... Our room at Three Stallion Inn was updated, clean and spacious. The grounds were lovely and the salt water pool inviting! It would have been perfect...More
We stayed at the Three Stallion Inn B&B in May of 2013. At that time, there was a restaurant but it was closed. Their website shows they do offer food. You might give them a call at (802) 728-5575 to confirm dining... More
We stayed at the Three Stallion Inn B&B in May of 2013. At that time, there was a restaurant but it was closed. Their website shows they do offer food. You might give them a call at (802) 728-5575 to confirm dining options during the time you plan to visit.
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"The inn was pretty full to capacity, but you didn't hear anything once you retired to your room...that..."