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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.
Collage - Four Colums Inn - Newfane, VT
Four Columns Inn

23 West Street Newfane, VT, 05345 Phone: 802-365-7713

Wonders of nature, attention to decor details and comfort make this inn special

Four Columns Inn is open! Availability is limited during the reopening period, so please call for up-to-date reservations. Also, visit our FAQ for our COVID policies & procedures.

Nestled among 138 gorgeous acres in the charming and historic town of Newfane, the Four Columns Inn boasts a babbling brook, pristine gardens, hiking trails and paths perfect for strolling. Beauty is, quite literally, everywhere around you. There’s also a year-round spa and wellness center, completely renovated, featuring a sauna and European-style steam shower as well as a variety of relaxing treatments (ask about a massage by the pond in the summer). Each of the inn’s 16 comfortable rooms is individually appointed with original art, antiques, fireplaces and Jacuzzi soaking tubs. Dine on farm-to-table cuisine in the garden. Pet-lovers: The inn is pet-friendly.
Summer Day View - Liberty Hill Farm Inn - Rochester, VT
Liberty Hill Farm & Inn

511 Liberty Hill Road Rochester, VT, 05767 Phone: 802-767-3926

Those little extras at this enchanting Vermont inn are all about the farm

Looking for a getaway with a little something extra? How about 270 dairy cows? Welcome to the Liberty Hill Farm & Inn, where a fulfilling farm experience is the owners’ top priority for guests. You can join in family-friendly chores like milking cows, picking vegetables or bottle-feeding a calf. You can explore the barn hayloft or the vast trail system around the farm. You can go fishing, or biking or berry-picking. Or take a short drive to a sandy swimming area, a farm museum or the popular Shelburne Museum. Rooms are cozy and spotless, and the family-style, fresh-from-the-oven breakfasts and dinners are bountiful. Don’t forget to watch the stars come out while rocking into the evening on the farm porch.

Liberty Hill Farm B&B is reopening this May - Please follow our link to reserve your stay today!