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The Inn at Montpelier
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Reviewed 1 November 2010

The inn is nice - we stayed in room 22 (though it lacked one of the easy chairs shown in the picture). The pre-cut firewood is stored in a cabinet next to the fireplace. Owner John was helpful in recommending activities and dining, and he made reservations. Breakfast is simple but nice (maple yogurt was a tasty treat). If you're a toss-and-turn sleeper, it's worth noting that a historic inn's beds are going to be a bit creaky. WiFi was a little weak in the carriage house, even though there is a separate router there.

The place is just steps from nice restaurants and shops of downtown, and jogging is easy to do on the residential streets. Montpelier has several good restaurants, including the Culinary Institutes teaching restaurant. And the Three Penny Taproom has an excellent selection of beers on draught. Furthermore, Montpelier is an easy (and pretty) drive from plenty of Vermont activities in Stowe, Waterbury and Burlington.

  • Stayed: October 2010, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank btimlake
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Reviewed 24 October 2010

A lovely and comfortable place to stay in the heart of Monteplier. Very convenient location, within walking distance of everything Montpelier has to offer. Lovely classic style Inn, with all the amenities. The room my wife and I stayed in was quite large and comfortable.

Very impressed with the friendly and helpful staff and management. They went out of their way to help in a an emergency (had a car issue on the day of departure and they were extraordinarily helpful).

Was very pleased with our stay there and would highly recommend the place to anyone. Beats the impersonal large hotel chains by a mile.

  • Stayed: October 2010, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank rockyroadstill
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Reviewed 23 October 2010

A little past peak, but the scenery was still beautiful. Crisp autumn weather, although we wished the evenings had been a little warmer to take advantage of that wonderful porch. The town was a little more industrial than expected (esp. for a capital), but the inn is within walking distance of many local sites and surprising good and affordable restaurants. The innkeepers could not have been more accommodating and the inn itself is a wonderful old house with great woodwork and nooks and crannies. We definitely plan to go back--and take advantage of that huge porch when it's a little warmer!

  • Stayed: October 2010, travelled as a couple
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Thank OctoberPast
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Reviewed 11 October 2010

My visit occurred the evening of Friday, October 8th. The Innkeeper, John Underwood, greeted my companion and me graciously and almost immediately served up a fantastic cocktail for each of us. We had a pleasant conversation and then up to the room which was reasonably appointed in a typically charming no nonsense NE style, immaculately clean and comfortable.with a private bath. The Inn was completely booked but you would never suspect it. The place was eerily quiet and the serenity of this charming 19th century complex of buildings was pervasive. The bed was very comfortable and there is temperature control in every room. The next morning we were treated to a more than generous continental breakfast, complete with Green Mountain Coffee and delicious deviled eggs served up by the friendly staff. The owners (originally from Ohio) are fairly new, having purchased the Inn little more than a year ago. The common areas are beautifully and lavishly decorated but at the same time tastefully welcoming. Though not inexpensive, you do receive good value for your dollar. I would enthusiastically recommend this place to any traveler seeking the NE experience. The Inn is perfectly situated and within walking distance to downtown shops and restaurants.

  • Stayed: October 2010, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Pieroantonio01701
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Reviewed 10 October 2010

My husband and I had the pleasure of spending one night in the Inn. We chose a standard room online and were very comfortable and pleased with the room and bathroom. We were happy with the proximity to the town, (within walking distance). Beautiful old historical town and Inn!! Online it was indicated there would be a continental breakfast. We were pleasanlty surprised with the presentation of the breakfast items, diningroom and breakfast room. The hostess promptly greeted us and brought us our hot tea and coffee and kept it coming. To our delight there were deviled eggs (very good) instead of the standard scrambled eggs served at many inns and hotels. The homemade granola was delicious. There were several breads/pastries from a nearby bakery, a variety of jams and jellies, along with a large bowl of fresh fruit and banana slices. More than what we expected for a continental breakfast! Our only disappointment was that when we checked in, the gentleman who helped us, ( who was fairly new there), did not tell us about the pantry, which is open to all guests. When we learned of it later, we took hot tea up to our room. We unfortunately missed out on cookies and apples which were there earlier. It would have been good if the gentleman checking us in had mentioned the pantry to us. It also would have been nicer to have another chair in our room, however, we chose the standard room (for the price) and the size most likely would not accomodate another large chair.

  • Stayed: September 2010, travelled as a couple
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Thank narrowvlly
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