The Village Inn of Woodstock

Address: 41 Pleasant Street, Woodstock, Vermont, 05091, United States | B&B
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    Historical Traveler Reviews The Village Inn of Woodstock

    Village Inn is great!

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    We stayed at the Village Inn for two nights in October 2004 - part of our trip across New England.

    Everything we wanted to say about the Village Inn has already been said by other reviewers - the place is wonderfully run by Evelyn and David, a very friendly and informative couple. A charmingly decorated guest house with excellent food and in a perfect location (five minutes walk into Woodstock).

    The food was top notch - and got mentioned in emails back home from the computer in the bar provided for guest's use.

    We would definitely recommend the Village Inn to anyone considering a visit to Vermont.

    Perfect Weekend

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    We knew that Woodstock was a great town and the Inn looked lovely from their website. We were very pleasantly surprised by our visit. The Inn surpassed our expectations. The room was lovely and cozy. Breakfast was exceptionally prepared and served. The Innkeepers Evelyn and David proved to be the type of hosts and hostesses who were more like old friends than merely innkeepers. They were personable, cordial, and thoughtful.

    Don't hesitate to book!

    Great B&B!!!!

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    A one night stay here was not long enough at this charming B&B. Walking distance to town made this a perfect location in Woodstock. The three course breakfast was amazing (including homemade bread and struedel on our morning). A computer was available with free internet access in the lounge. Evelyn and Dave were available to answer any questions we had and "play" bartender at night in the quaint bar that is only open to guests. With a nice outside area and porches, it must be beautiful in the spring and summer. Woodstock is a perfect New England town with great shops! I cant wait to return.

    Our Fond Memory of the Village Inn

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    Kudos for the Village Inn. Bill and I experienced a warm and friendly feeling the moment we stepped into the Inn. The Victorian decore of the rooms, the warm ambiance of the upstairs sitting room and the setup of the dining room with its artwork added enjoyment to our stay. Thanks to Evelyn and David, our gracious hosts, the breakfasts were simply divine. The homemade bread and pastry were a real treat. We enjoyed the caring and concern you showed to make our stay a fond memory we will always remember. We're looking forward to another fabulous getaway at the Inn soon. Thanks, Irene and Bill

    Wonderful!

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    I felt compelled to submit this after I was shocked to read negative reviews of this place. My fiance (who was my boyfriend at the time) and I stayed at the Woodstock Village Inn back in February of 2002 and had a wonderful experience. The Inn is in fact very charming, and we found David and Evelyn to be very pleasant and helpful. The food was delicious and was probably the best we have ever had at a B & B. If I had to mention a negative, I would say that the room we had was very small, but that is really the nature of these old victorian buildings and really kind of added to the charm. It was small but efficient. Now that the Inn has opened a full restaurant, we hope to go back this winter. If you are looking for a quiet, charming place to stay, this Woodstock Village Inn is great!

    Relaxing Getaway!

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    My boyfriend and I stayed four nights at the Village Inn of Woodstock a few weeks ago. We had a great time and thought the inn was quaint, clean, convenient, and nicely decorated. The Stephen Huneck dog prints hanging in the hallway made us smile everyday. The restaurants & shops were in easy walking distance and were a great way to see all the great fall colors and pretty homes. There is also a grocery store right next door. Every morning a hot, delicious breakfast was served at our own private table. (If you go there, hope that you are as lucky as us and you get to try the French toast yumm or the eggs with sautéed mushrooms/crab meat/hollandaise sauce or the. Sorry... we like to eat!) We had a wonderful experience and would recommend this inn without hesitation. Thanks David & Evelyn!

    Dreadful experience

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    Dreadful. Do not stay here. Owners very unpleasant.We took a hot air ballon trip, which was delayed through mist.We checked out an hour late as a result: we were charged US$ 100 as a result.The owner, David, was extremely unpleasant, even joking about the charge. The stay was part of a 60th birthday treat: it ruined the day and the stay in the beautiful town of Woodstock.

    Unprofessional Owners, mediocre atmosphere

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    I stayed at this Inn for a weekend only to find that after I left they used my credit card number without my consent or authorization for "fees" that were never included in my confirmation letter, or agreed upon arrival. Woodstock is great, just avoid this Inn!

    TripAdvisor Reviews The Village Inn of Woodstock

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