Welcome to our world in Chester, Vermont, where beauty unfolds at your feet, a world of peace and serenity await you.
Leave our world behind and enter ours over the Brockway Mills Gorge. Travel down the dirt road along the tracks of the Green Mountain Flyer over the covered bridge to our secluded hillside setting. The Inn at Cranberry Farm Bed and Breakfast, is a beautiful post and beam bed & breakfast inn set on 60 acres of rolling meadows and forested hillside.
The Inn at Cranberry Farm has some of the finest common space that
you will find in an Inn. With only eleven guest rooms and given the quality and
quantity of common space you will never feel cramped for a space to call your own.
Our Great Room is quiet and peaceful. It features a 30 foot vaulted ceiling with palladium windows as well as three cozy seating areas with oriental rugs and over stuffed chairs, all of which allow for viewing the fireplace and lots of interesting antiques that will peak your curiosity and make for great conversation.
Eleven romantic rooms on three levels. Imagine stylish decor of the highest quality, a canopy bed, a glowing Vermont cast iron wood stove, a private bath with soaking tub.
It's a potion of tranquility, your own personal retreat.
Room design and ambiance have all been created using romance and comfort as our guiding principles. We hope we have anticipated all your needs before your arrival. A place that feels like home the moment you walk in, with all the comforts and none of the demands.
Hidden away on our garden level is our Recreation Room
with a pool table, a small guest refrigerator and for those who must have it, out
tolerance of the 21st century, a TV/VCR with a collection of movies. Just
ask for the popcorn.
Gift Certificates are available for a stay at The Inn at Cranberry Farm. They make a great gift for a wedding, an anniversary, Christmas, a birthday, or just for that hard-to-buy for person.
Enjoy local culture by visiting one of the many small towns and villages like Chester and Grafton. Chester displays strong Victorian characteristics, while Grafton has a colonial and federal look. Then there's Putney and Bellows Falls. Putney is noted for it's Yellow Barn Music Festival every summer, a visit to town also includes a stop at the Basketville Factory Store and the Brandywine Glassworks where craftsmen work at the fierce flames of the glass furnace. Belows Falls is an old-time railroad town, complete with a touring train ride, the Green Mountain Flyer, that goes 13 miles into the mountains during the summer and foliage season.
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