Bits & Bobs
Happy February everyone! It’s been busy week at the Snapdragon Inn and we are gearing up for another sold out weekend. This was a lovely review from one of our mid-week guests
Snapdragon Inn is the place to stay in Vermont! The rooms are impeccably decorated and have the most comfortable beds you will ever sleep in. In addition to creating a very peaceful environment, the owners have preserved the unique history of the inn…making it a true destination.Not only are the accommodations and amenities top notch, the entire staff at the Snapdragon Inn are people who put you at ease. They give just the right of amount of attention to your stay and provide the comfort of genuine hospitality. I wanted to unpack and stay awhile. This is an exceptionally beautiful inn where you feel right at home.
Some bits & bobs:
The book choice for February’s literary club meeting has been chosen. You can get more details here.
We only need 9 more to hit 500 here.
This company makes amazing products. Looking forward to using them on our Spa menu.
These always make our day!
Have a wonderful weekend!
Usually on January 10th the ground is covered with a thick layer of snow and ice so this is certainly an odd winter for us in Windsor. In Saying that, it is quite a treat to be able to walk around Paradise park without skis or snowshoes. We are so lucky to be steps away from such a beautiful lake and park reserve. This is definitely a highlight that so many of our guests enjoy.
Everything in Snapdragon is perfect – the location is right on a cute lake but at the outskirts of a little town, only 4 hours drive from NY. The inn itself is a beautiful house, exclusively furnished and very well maintained, with correct touches of luxury and the nicest inn keepers. The area offers many touring and dining options (don’t miss Simon Pearce). Overall we couldn’t hope for a better b&b experience. Highly recommended! -Guest from NYC
~Photos taken in Windsor, VT. First Ice Settling and First Ice Chorus. Visit this site for more stunning local photography. You can read more reviews here on TripAdvisor.
Rainy rainy days
On these rainy rainy days, it’s hard not to want to wrap up in one of our soft bathrobes, curl into a feather bed, and watch movies or read all day long. What do you like to do on rainy days?
Thanks to our weekend guest for this lovely review on TripAdvisor!
The folks at the Snapdragon Inn got it right. The inn has a comfortable, contemporary vibe even as it references its considerable history (former home of Maxwell Perkins, literary editor of Hemingway, Fitzgerald, Wolfe). The rooms are comfortable with nice touches (fluffy down comforters, maple sugar candies, heavy white bathrobes hanging in the clean, airy bathrooms). Continental breakfasts include good coffee, Greek yogurt, granola, great breads, and heaps of fresh fruit, among other options. Rocking chairs beckon on the large back porch, and there’s plenty of great reading material (plus flat screen TVs in every room, if that’s more your style). Definitely worth a return visit.