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The Inn at Weston
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Reviewed 15 December 2012

This was our first time staying in VT and this is the real deal--what you would expect the ideal Vermont B&B to be like. Old historic house that's been upgraded to the 21st century (not a squeak in any of those 18th century floors), fireplaces everywhere, great beds, very friendly hosts (Bob and Linda), a friendly cute dog roaming around. But even more--this was the best place we found during our stay to eat-- LInda's awesome breakfasts and gourmet dinners that were actually healthy (no heavy sauces, etc). (Made the mistake of eating somewhere else one nite that had high reviews -- what a let down that was.) Even the servers were the best we've had in a while (just so you don't think we normally stay at HoJo's--the previous year we stayed at the Four Seasons in Boston for our anniversary) And if you do manage to work up the motivation to leave the inn to explore VT, Weston is centrally located in that wonderful VT countryside (every road is a scenic road).

One note: beware there's no cellphone service but great wifi--you can drive 5 miles south to get service or you can setup your phone to talk over wifi or you can bring an AT&T calling card to use with your room phone.

Room Tip: We stayed in the Waite room which was very quiet--although I can't believe any of the rooms would be nosiy.
  • Stayed: November 2012, travelled as a couple
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boblinvermont, Owner at The Inn at Weston, responded to this reviewResponded 17 December 2012

Thank you so much for taking the time to write a review. It was so nice to meet you and hope you will return.

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Reviewed 29 November 2012

For my birthday, I was surprised by a one night getaway at the Inn at Weston. When we arrived (Nov. 10), we sat in the cozy living room area sipping on fresh cider and homemade cookies while we waited to check in. Before we met Linda, we were greeted by their friendly golden retriever, Lexi. Being welcomed by this cute, affectionate dog made us feel right at home! The innkeepers, Bob and Linda, were both exceptionally accommodating and hospitable. Linda gave us a tour of the Inn and included some historical facts about the Inn and the town of Weston, VT. When she brought us to our room, she walked us through how to use the fireplace, hot tub, and steam shower. I really appreciated the pointers because it can be frustrating going to a new place and trying to figure out how to work things. Linda really made us feel welcome and comfortable upon our arrival. For dinner, we went down to the bar/lounge area and sat by the crackling fireplace. Bob and one of the servers suggested a delicious red wine cuvee. After we enjoyed our wine by the fire, we sat in the dining room, and our server was friendly, witty, and very on point. As my boyfriend and I had both worked in the restaurant/service industry in the past, we can occasionally be critical of our dining experience. Our service was fantastic! To start, we ordered mussels placed atop curried butternut squash bisque. Both the mussels and bisque complimented each other nicely. After our appetizer, we were brought a mango sorbet. The sorbet was a deliciously perfect palette cleanser. For dinner, we ordered two entrees and shared them. We ordered a steak, I think it was a strip steak, with risotto and seasonal vegetables. The steak was cooked perfectly, and the risotto and vegetables complimented the flavor of the steak very well. We also ordered the scallop dish which was served over a pumpkin (or squash?) ravioli. The ravioli, as Linda later explained, is made locally and is very flavorful! We had to send the scallops back because they were a little too rare for our liking, but when they came back they were delicious. After dinner we enjoyed a nice soak in the hot tub and lounged in the comfy spa robes that were provided. The king size bed was lavishly decorated and very comfortable to sleep in. The room was really just perfect. The art work that they have around the Inn is really stunning, too! I found myself admiring this beautiful watercolor orchid painting that hung next to the fireplace in our room. As a very amateur orchid collector, I couldn’t wait to check out Bob’s greenhouse. But first… breakfast! Breakfast was served in the dining room with plenty of fresh homemade muffins, fruit, yogurt and even homemade granola! We started with that, coffee, and the New York Times. For breakfast we had a spinach and fontina (I think that was the cheese) omelette, it was fresh and delicious. After breakfast, Bob gave us a tour of the greenhouse. I was blown away! He showed us the Oncidium “Sharry baby” that smelled like chocolate. It was such an amazing bonus to be able to experience the greenhouse! After the greenhouse, it was time for us to head out. Nick asked Bob where a good hike might be. Bob sat down and drew us out a detailed map and sent us to a great hiking spot where we spent a few hours enjoying the outdoors. I couldn’t stop talking about how wonderful our getaway was at the Inn at Weston. I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for an overall great experience at a Bed and Breakfast with overwhelming charm, character, and friendliness. Thanks again to Bob and Linda (and Lexi) for running a true gem of an inn.

  • Stayed: November 2012, travelled as a couple
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boblinvermont, Owner at The Inn at Weston, responded to this reviewResponded 17 December 2012

Thank you, Danielle and Nick, for taking the time to write such an extensive review. It was a pleasure meeting you and were so honored you were spending your birthday here. The best thing about being an innkeeper is meeting sweet people like you. Hope to see you again.

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Reviewed 15 November 2012

My wife and I visited Vermont for the first time recently and stayed at the Inn at Weston. We were warmly welcomed by Bob and Linda our hosts on arrival. Bob made a point of showing us around the facility and explained all of the conveniences in our room. Linda's breakfasts were fabulous, what a great way to start the day! (a choice of two options daily). Her home made granola was to die for! Bob assisted us with a suggested agenda for our day trip and we loved every minute of it (visited Woodstock and Quechee - plenty to see!). Dinner at the Inn was excellent as was the meal service.
One of the reasons we selected the Inn was the fact that we could bring our pet (Chloe - border collie). Chloe received as warm a welcome as we did! Chloe got the hang of heading up to the room very quickly and made herself right at home.
With the Follette room located in the Carriage House, a thoughtful touch was the complimentary fresh brewed coffee available at the foot of the staircase first thing every morning.

Overall an excellent experience. Can't wait to go back!

Room Tip: We stayed in the Follette room as it was one of the pet friendly options. The room is located on the second floor (not a problem) with nice high ceilings and a small deck overlooking the side yard and brook nearby. Very pleasant!
  • Stayed: November 2012, travelled as a couple
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boblinvermont, Owner at The Inn at Weston, responded to this reviewResponded 16 November 2012

Thank you so much for taking the time to write a review. It was a pleasure to meet you both, and of course, Chloe! She was a very well behaved guest. It means the world to us that you enjoyed your stay and are willing to spread the word. Hurry back! Would love to see you again.

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Reviewed 23 October 2012

We had high hopes for this inn given its price and the reviews we had read - to say it disappointed was an understatement. Our room, Douglas,was across the road from the main house in the carriage house. We were disappointed by the dated decor and bathroom. The floor of the room was sloping so much that there was a 4inch gap at the door and the bed was propped up on books! The bed was full of lumps and bumps and the linens and towels were tired.Some may find the room charming, at €235 a night we did not.
There was no wifi or tv in the room and whilst we are not on holiday to watch tv we do need to keep in touch with our business whilst we were away. Wifi was available in the main house.
We ate dinner in the inn on the first night which was quite good but we did find the place lacked atmosphere and was very expensive. A captive audience should not mean over charging. Our waitress was ok but only really became animated when telling us how to leave a tip.
The food at breakfast was good with plenty of choice with pleasant service.
We did not feel the host was terribly welcoming or charming and the inn certainly was not. For the price it was very disappointing

  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled as a couple
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boblinvermont, Owner at The Inn at Weston, responded to this reviewResponded 25 October 2012

We are always grateful for reviews and always take them as an opportunity to learn and improve. For example, we fully understand the issue of the availability of wifi. It is available everywhere in the Main Inn, but this guest is correct that it is not currently available in the Coleman House. We bought an extender for our router hoping this would solve the issue, but it did not. Accordingly, we have purchased a new computer and router and will establish a new newtwork at the Coleman House by next week (as of this writing 10/24) so that everyone staying with us will have free access to wifi all of the time they are here. The Douglas Room, where these guests stayed, is our least expensive room, and has the fewest amenities of any room in the Inn. The price they paid was $235 because they came at the height of Foliage season, when we were 100% occupied for many nights in a row, and in fact turned many away for lack of availability. The normal price for that room is $185, and it is available at considerably lower rates at times of the year which are not as busy.Ten of our thirteen rooms have television, nine have a fireplace, and all of the rooms in the Main Inn have whirlpool tubs, sitting areas, and some have outside sitting decks and steam-shower/saunas. We pride ourselves on the comfort of our beds, and we are very sorry that we did not succeed with these guests. Since they have been here, we have added a new featherbed to that bed, and are confident that it's comfort has improved. Many other reviews on Trip Advisor and elsewhere have attributed to the comfort of the beds, and the rooms in general. Finally, these guests made their reservation in mid August, at a time when rooms with many other amenities were available. They could have had these amenities if they chose.to do so. Douglas Room is in fact our smallest room with the least amenities, and is always the lowest price. Our website is accurate as to the pictures of the room and to the description of available amenities.We thank these guests for their comments, and we always try to convert guest comments into improvements on our part.

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Reviewed 19 October 2012

My husband I were in Vermont to see the fall colors. We loved this inn!!!! We have stayed in many bed and breakfasts and this was one of our favorites. The owners were very friendly and helpful. We had a great day in Woodstock based on their recommendations. The room(Waite) was very comfortable, and the food was great. They made accommodations for my diet restrictions and the service was very good. I really loved the vibe of this place and would stay there again for sure.

  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled as a couple
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boblinvermont, Owner at The Inn at Weston, responded to this reviewResponded 16 November 2012

Thank you so much for taking the time to write a review. We enjoyed meeting you and hope you will return when you come back to the Northeast!

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