Dreadful, passive agressive, disappears when there is a need. Never again, next time we ski, we will stay else where.
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My husband and I stayed here for a night with our dog, while we spent a day skiing at Mt Snow. We found the place charming, and a great retreat from the city. It was nice to be in a place where we could reconnect...More
We spent two nights there and it was a colossal waste of money and caused us much stress. Vicky, met us @ the door asking us to pay in advance. When we made our reservation we were told we could expect a light supper upon...More
I have no idea which guest this might be. I always collect their money at check out, but have been told by those in the industry that we should collect up front. I have not found a polite way of doing this, so continue to...More
My family has had the pleasure of staying at this Inn twice this ski season. The Innkeepers family makes you feel welcome the moment you walk in the door. While we skied, Victoria would tend to my elderly mother. SHe fed her lunch and spent...More
There is an Inn in a small Vermont town, near Haystack Mt., that caters to people and pets to a degree rarely, if ever, found these days. The Innkeepers, Victoria and Ray, along with their four children, 3 dogs, 7 or 8 or maybe 9...More