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<h3>Property Location</h3> Located in Arlington, Hill Farm Inn is in a rural location, a 1-minute drive from Mount Equinox and 5 minutes from Norman Rockwell Exhibition. This family- friendly bed & breakfast is 14.1 mi (22.7 km) from Bromley Mountain Ski Resort and 24 mi (38.6 km) from Stratton Mountain Resort. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer. <br> - Mount Equinox - 1.3 km / 0.8 mi<br> - Norman Rockwell Exhibition - 3.6 km / 2.3 mi<br> - Equinox Preservation Trust - 7.9 km / 4.9 mi<br> - Hildene - 8.3 km / 5.1 mi<br> - American Museum of Fly Fishing - 8.7 km / 5...
458 Hill Farm Rd, Sunderland, VT 05250, USA - Sunderland, Vermont - U.S - 05250
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Comfort all around!
Reviewed 1 march, 2022
I have wanted to stay at Hill Farm Inn for several years and finally had the chance to experience the Inn this past weekend. We had an upstairs room in the 1790 house that was clean, comforting and quiet. (even the howling winter winds were welcome but we are New Englanders so we know weather changes quickly!) The gathering room with the fireplace is so welcoming and we had the room all to ourselves on saturday night, Taylor lit the fire and made us drinks to enjoy. The morning breakfasts were delicious and Maria greeted us with a smile each morning. My favorite part, besides the beautiful inn and lovely views were the two Inn cats, Tiger and Maple who joined us whenever we popped in. Looking forward to the restaurant that will be opening in the barn and also returning in the warmer months to enjoy the beautiful grounds, pool and fire pit. Thank you for a lovely stay. Be well.
Relaxing country Inn with excellent staff
Reviewed 25 february, 2022
My husband and I decided to plan a 3 day winter getaway to relax. The staff was amazing and greeted us at breakfast with smiles and conversation about activities and places to eat. The gorgeous lobby sitting room was perfect for drinks or reading a book next to the fireplace. Walks around the property provided much needed escape from our busy lives back home. Plenty of fresh air and beautiful views. Can’t wait till they add a restaurant and never have to leave. We will be back.
Beautiful inn, welcoming staff - a lovely stay and highly recommend
Reviewed 22 february, 2022
Stayed the weekend of Presidents Weekend (Feb 2022). The Inn is warm and welcoming, a charm that is entirely created by the staff that work there. We were greeted warmly on the Saturday night by the Assistant General Manager who chatted with us and showed us to our room. Or room was furnished impeccably, the bathroom is one of the nicest bathrooms I've ever seen in a hotel (so clean, so many towels, fab shower gels etc); our accommodation was luxurious and beyond comfortable. We had hoped to have a drink at the bar downstairs on the Sat night, there was a large friends/family gathering there, but no matter at all, we were very comfortable by another fire in another room and got to experience the inn. I must compliment the Assistant General Manager again here, who ensured that we were very well looked after, made to feel welcome and tried her best to ensure we had some space in the inn despite the larger group. That's no easy feat, and I commend her professionalism. Our breakfasts were absolutely delicious, and again the morning staff were so pleasant and welcoming. Overall, we had a 10/10 stay - I look forward to visiting again, and would not hesitate to recommend the Inn to anyone who wants to ski, hike, explore/adventure in Vermont. Is a lovely thing to be out and about during the day, and come back to a such a beautiful house in the evenings and be so well looked after. Well done to everyone and keep up the great work... looking forward to getting back there soon.
Stay away, unless you prefer bad customer service
Reviewed 21 february, 2022
What used to be a wonderful B&B to go to, is now a B&B to NOT go to. My family and I have stayed at Hill Farm Inn numerous times over the course of five years. This past President’s Day weekend, my family along with friends of ours (4 groups in total) booked rooms at Hill Farm Inn. We arrived Friday evening and were told there was new management and everything has changed. I am not going to tell you every detail about what went wrong this past weekend, but happy to speak with you if you want to contact me via messenger. A few issues. Nothing was shoveled and the entire property was icy. Our friend’s daughter slipped, fell back, and hit her head on the ice. When it was addressed to the staff member Maria, she replied, “This is Vermont weather”. Our friends emailed management, and still no response. Hill Farm Inn has a lovely communal room with a fireplace and a bar adjacent to it for guests, since there isn’t anywhere else to congregate. They also have a “game room” that has a pool table and darts. It was about 8pm and our kids were kicked out of the game room which we were told by Jules that it closes at 9pm. The adults were then told to congregate in our rooms, which made zero sense since the rooms consist of a room with either one or two beds. Jules made it clear that we were not welcomed and it was extremely awkward. We told the morning manager, Maria, about our experience. That evening, all the families left for dinner and my husband, daughter and I were the last ones to leave. Jules confronted my husband (who was with my 7 year old daughter) with so much hostility, that my daughter ran away, screaming for me. #1: You do not attack a guest like that, let alone when they are with a child. Jules was also with another staff member, named Taylor. They were both very mean and Jules was screaming at my husband. I stepped in and told her we did not feel welcomed and we will not be coming back. Jules first response was, “I refilled your water pitcher three times without you asking me and I also drove you to your room (via golf cart) with your luggage”. I told her it was absolutely impossible for us to bring our luggage ourselves across a non shoveled, icy path. Then both Jules and Taylor yelled at us saying, “We don't want you back here! We don’t want any of you back here!”, and Jules raised her arm and pointed to the door, and said to the three of us, “GET OUT!!”. She didn’t say this once or twice. She said this many times. We have never been treated this way ever, nor should any guest for that matter. The reason why we came back was because we had wonderful past experiences and unfortunately, Hill Farm Inn is staffed with insincere, unkind individuals filled with so much animosity, and who clearly do not know anything about guest services. P.S.: I will say one thing. Their breakfasts are delicious and the servers were very sweet. That is the only reason I didn't rate it terrible, as opposed to poor.
Reviewed 16 february, 2022
This was by far my favorite B&B experience ever! Everything was absolutely perfect and exceeded expectations. Our room was beautiful and immaculate with a charming view of the mountains and farmland to wake up to. The property felt like home with the gorgeous living room area complete with a cozy fire, the wrap around deck to enjoy a warm drink (and views of the alpacas off in the distance), and the nice little bar area to enjoy some cocktails and craft beers (they had NA options as well which was great!). The staff was delightful - everyone was so accommodating and welcoming. And the breakfast…WOW! What a treat! From the blueberry pancakes to the quiche Lorraine, the food was absolutely delicious (and don’t miss the sweet biscuits!! They were a highlight!) We will be back for sure!!