We have reopened as of June 16th (updated as of November 23rd)
We hope you are well.
We have missed you during the Covid-19 shutdown and look forward to once again greet our guests.
One of the many things that makes Vermont a great place to visit is it’s not exceedingly difficult to adhere to social distancing. Vermont, our county especially, and many of the surrounding counties had very few cases of Covid-19 – Vermonters did a great job of containing this situation and is now welcoming visitors with some restrictions.
Travelers from counties in New York and New England states having fewer than 400 active cases per million are permitted to stay in Vermont.
Travel to Vermont is also permitted if the travelers have self-quarantined for the last 14 days prior to traveling nonstop to Vermont, or If the travelers have self-quarantined for the last 7 days prior to traveling nonstop to Vermont and have tested negative for the virus.
The complete Covid guidance can be accessed by clicking the link > https://accd.vermont.gov/covid-19/restart/cross-state-travel
In our communications with guests and other innkeepers, the theme “Stay Safe – Stay Small” keeps coming up. Bed and Breakfasts around the country provide smaller lodging facilities and you can trust that the owners and staff are doing their utmost to provide a safe and enjoyable stay.
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