We take pride in providing a "home away from home" for our guests.
A spot that is welcoming and comfortable.
"What a beautiful home! Thank you for sharing it with us. My room was perfect, a glorius view, a warm, cozy bed and a lovely window seat. We enjoyed the den and played mancala and battleship. It was so nice to have that guitar too. Breakfast was elegant and delicious. Thank you for being a wonderful Host. We hope to come back again."
"Many thanks for the lovely room, delicious breakfast and for your warm welcome and hospitality."
"Thank you for opening your home....We definitely had a very restful and comfortable night."
"Breakfast was delicious...everything was good!"
"Thank you very much for your warm welcome. It is a good memory to bring back to France." Strasbourg, France
"What a beautiful place and wonderful hospitality! We look forward to future visits here." Somerville, Massachusetts
"Thank you for a wonderful few days! We relaxed and enjoyed your hospitality & beautiful home! Thank you again." Lexington, Massachusetts
"Thank you for a lovely experience and for making us feel at home." Ontario, Canada
"We should have allowed more time to stay here. Very comfortable and charming. Excellent food and hospitality. We are off to see some beautiful foliage." Portland, Maine
"Thank you for a lovely rest stay on our bicycle trip from Key West to Canada! We love StJ, we love your house, and most of all, we loved talking with you." Seattle, Washington
"We will always remember our honeymoon in Vermont. Thank you." Newport, Rhode Island
"Thank you so much for our home away from home while we were working in the NEK. So relaxing and welcoming. We will be back." Vermont
"Thank you for the stay. We always feel at home. See you in June." Mexico
"We had a lovely stay. Thanks for taking such good care of us on such short notice." Oregon
In the News
National Geographic Traveler Magazine July/August Issue:
Vermont: The Distant Kingdom
Been to Bennington, skied Stowe, loved Lake Champlain? You're ready for the Vermonters' Vermont: the uncrowded hiking- biking-canoeing corner known as the Northeast Kingdom, anchored by the gateway town of St. Johnsbury. "Despite its rural character, or maybe because of it, the Kingdom is home to many artists and writers," says Tom Slayton, former editor of Vermont Life, "and boasts a corresponding wealth of music, theaters, galleries, and museums." Museums like the Fairbanks, with the state's only public planetarium. Innovative theaters like the Bread and Puppet Theater, home of the pioneering Cheap Art movement to bring art to everyone. Local staples like syrup-producing Maple Grove Farms and cheese-churning Cabot Creamery, a farmers' cooperative known for its award-winning cheddars. "The Kingdom's charms are intimate," says Slayton, "to be savored at a gentle pace."
Kingdom Access Television