We came across this B&B while looking for places to stay for the weekend of the Champlain Valley Folk Festival. The rates are reasonable: we paid $110 per night (plus tax) for a room for two people, including an amazing breakfast (fresh fruit, homemade muffins, OJ/tea/coffee, and then a main dish - we had broccoli quiche one day and Finnish pancakes with cream and strawberries the next). The setting and view is beautiful; there is a huge wraparound porch where you can sit with your coffee, and breakfast was served in the sunroom where you can look out on the garden and watch the birds. Ron and Gina also have three pet birds that are fun (but not loud). The service was great and everything was clean; both owners were fun to talk to, and Ron especially was very friendly and loved to talk about the history of the house. The basement (where the pool table is) is a little musty, but didn't matter for us. The bathrooms are semi-shared, but that was never a problem either. They mentioned planning to add private ones in the future, but not sure when. You can hear cars from Route 7 at night a little bit, so if you want it extra quiet, request a room further back, but honestly, this place was great and I would definitely recommend it.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Crossroads B&B is located in the center of the Champlain Valley near the intersection of Route 7 and 17 in New Haven, Vermont. Join us in our 1860 farm house offering six comfortable rooms. We offer a full country breakfast with your stay. We are 5 minutes away from Middlebury, Vergennes and Bristol. We are 30 minutes south of Burlington and 20 minutes from New York. We are biker friendly. ... more less