Deer Brook Inn

Address: 4548 West Woodstock Road, Woodstock, Vermont, 05091, United States | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on 4548 West Woodstock Road, Woodstock, is near Clark's Trading Post, Raptor Center at the Vermont Institute of Natural Sciences, Mount Tom, and Woodstock Country Club.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Deer Brook Inn Woodstock

      A Wonderful B & B

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      We stayed in the suite at the Deer Brook Inn for five days at the end of July. It is a casual and homey place. The breakfasts (made by David) are outstanding and the conversations entertaining and delightful. Both George and David have many suggestions of what to see and do in the area and directions of how to get there!. Since the breakfasts are so hearty, you'll only need dinner and George and David have many suggestions and will secure a reservation for you at the popular ones. We would certainly recommend this place, in addition, the inn is a "green" accommodation.

      Greenville, SC

      Loved the Deerbrook Inn

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      We motorcycled up to Woodstock from NH last summer and stayed at the Deerbrook Inn B&B. We picked them because they were the most friendly and helpful on the phone of all of the B&Bs we contacted. Our stay was very comfortable and the breakfast was superb--applejack pancakes with all of the extras. There is lots to do and see in the area, we have been back two more times and were always treated like royalty.

      Best Hosts in Vermont

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      As the other reviews here say, the Deer Brook Inn is a wonderful B&B. The rooms, the breakfasts, the setting - all combine to give you an excellent value for your money and an enjoyable stay.

      What makes staying here really outstanding are the hosts. David and George really enjoy hosting guests at their inn and all guests were genuinely satisfied. Breakfasts are fun: you meet other people from various places and countries; food is excellent (stack up on the blueberry pancakes). Dave and George know the activities, sights and restaurants in the area, so ask them about what you need. They are also happy to fill the little needs you may have. My wife and I left very happy at the end of our 4 day stay.

      If you're in the area for the 4th of July, MAKE SURE you stay and see the fireworks at the Woodstock High School. I've seen fireworks in New York City many times and can safely say that you will see some of the best fireworks of your life in this little town. These are not the biggest fireworks (still big for a town this size), but all seats are guaranteed to be the best, and the mountains make for incredible echoes. Don't miss this!

      Home away from Home

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      The Deerbrook Inn is located in such a beautiful part of Vermont. The Inn itself is inviting and so very comfortable. The inn-keepers were two people who wanted to make sure that your entire stay was enjoyed - making dinner reservations for you at the best restaurants in town, to making kayaking and canoeing reservations for you. They also made great suggestions for day trips. The rooms are beutifully decorated. The bed was so comfortable, the sheets incredibly soft - it was better than what we have at home. The breakfast that was served each morning was out-of-this-world delicious. We learned after the first night not to eat to much at dinner to keep room for breakfast. It is a meal prepared by David, one of the inn-keepers, who puts so much thought and heart into every dish. This B&B is definitely not one to be missed. We wish the best to David and George - two people who were meant to be in the place they are.

      Relaxing Father's Day Weekend Getaway at the Deer Brook Inn

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      My husband and I decided to return to Woodstock this year during the Father's Day Weekend Hot Air Balloon and Crafts Fair, and we are so glad we did !! This was our second time visiting the area and we were truly amazed by the balloon activities.

      We were even more delighted by the friendly hospitality we experienced at the Deer Brook Inn, with our hosts George and David. The 1820 Farmhouse is beautifully appointed, neat , clean, charming and welcoming. The simply wonderful breakfast was prepared and served by our hosts, and was accompanied by pleasant and lively conversation. Thanks to them we felt right at home.

      The Deer Brook Inn is a real gem, and at the top of our list, for what is sure to be our annual return to Woodstock !

      N&R - Winthrop MA ;-D

      Loved Deer Brook Inn

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      My husband, 11 month old son and I stayed here for 2 nights. We only wished we had booked for longer. We had a beautiful room (no. 2) which was ample sized for all of us. Breakfast each morning was wonderful - 3 courses together with great company at the table and entertainment from David & George. Truly a wonderful place to stay. It is a little outside Woodstock, but this was perfect for us. Food superb and the hosts George and David are fantastic!

      B&BB&B-Best and Beautiful Bed and Breakfast

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      We can't say enough good things about our trip to Woodstock, VT and the Deer Brook Inn.

      Woodstock is a wonderful town. Peaceful hikes in the woods, covered bridges, charming stores, artists and craftsman of high caliber, a national park, great skiing - this place that is a true gem of New England. Add to this a few days stay at the Deer Brook Inn, and you cannot help but have a terrific experience.

      When we arrived on a Friday evening, we were made to feel so welcome, sitting by the fire in the beautifully decorated living room. We rapidly felt we were with family. The rooms were lovely, the inn keepers gracious and the breakfast a true gourmet experience.

      The time spent here was extraordinary. On our way home we were already planning our return visit!

      We enthusiastically recommend the Deer Brook Inn.

      L&A, NH

      Western Woodstock Wonderful

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      Feb 18, 2006 Pittsfield MA

      Last weekend my wife and I stayed at this lovely 5 room inn on the western outskirts of Woodstock and it was a very restful - better than I hoped for! The rooms are beautifully decorated and beds are very comfortable. The innkeepers are amazingly friendly and willing to guide you to whatever it is you wish to do or see. The breakfasts are too good to believe - certainly gourmet quality. If you are passing through Woodstock, or just looking for a relaxing few days, I would say this this the place to stay - RSR from Pittsfield MA

      Best B&B I've ever been too

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      The best ambiance, comfortable..... and romantic great breakfast!! Can't recommend enough

      The Quintessential Bed & Breakfast In Vermont

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      We had one of the most incredible and memorable honeymoons at the DeerBrook Inn. During our six week stay, we had the opportunity to experience exquisite breakfasts, charming and sophisticated hosts, all of the comforts of home, and the creation of memories which will last throughout our lives.

      The Innkeepers start the day with a gourmet breakfast and delightful conversation. Their experience and education lends itself to being perfect hosts.

      We cannot say enough about how charming the Inn feels. The decor makes you feel relaxed. The ambiance allows you to believe you have escaped the troubles of the world.

      The DeerBrook Inn is minutes away from picturesque Woodstock, Vermont, as well as the ski slopes of Killington. There are too many local places of interest to list, but you will not lack filling your day with interesting experiences.

      The rates are much lower than expected, given the service and amenities you receive. We compared almost every Inn around Woodstock, and chose DeerBrook. Having the opportunity to talk to returning guests who have stayed at other Inns, we know we made the perfect decision.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Deer Brook Inn Woodstock

      5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

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