Hotels with Extras in Vermont
Vermonters love their longstanding dairy farms (you see the cow as a logo everywhere in the state), so it’s not a stretch for a real working family farm to do double duty as an inn. Yep, Vermont’s got that: inns on or very close to farms, where guests may visit the barn, watch or help with chores, bottle-feed a calf, pick vegetables or berries. Farms are in the river valleys between mountains, so mountain sports like hiking and fly-fishing are also close at head. Another benefit to a farm-based lodging is the breakfast. Food so fresh you feel invigorated for a day’s work – or play – at the farm.