Ditto much of what is written. The people are so nice that I truly hope they read this and find a way to update them guest rooms and common areas. Whether you stay there, or somewhere else, a drive up the road reveals a spectacular view.
The room was large. Rustic is a good word for the collection of mismatched furniture, which seemed to suit the beadboard walls. Carpet was worn and stained. There was a small counter with sink and microwave that helped given few dining options in the area. The bathroom suggested a cleaning crew not familiar with all the areas of a shower and toilet that need to be scrubbed. The portable air conditioner was sufficient (though I was not in the room at all during the day). I am glad that I brought my own toiletries. I used their Wi-fi to tune into news and music since the clock radio could not reach any stations.
Breakfast was terrific. A delicious, healthy, cold buffet is more than most places offer alone. But then one orders from several delicious options on a menu of hot food. My business stay was pre-arranged are a rate closer to $100 for several weeknights when there were few other guests. My suggestion is to call and see if they will negotiate.
I will likely stay again for business (I can tuck a thicker towel in my suitcase). But I’ve also had the chance to book here again for a trip with family members who don’t have the tolerance for rustic. I didn’t take the chance. Missed the breakfast, but not the room.
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- A relaxing small inn that sits on 500 acres with spectacular views of the countryside. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Wildflower Hotel Lyndonville
- Wildflower Inn Vermont/Lyndonville