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Had a great two night stay culminating with the Santa Lucia celebration on Saturday night Dec. 10th. This was full of authentic ceremonies of costumes, singing, food and libations. The owners and staff made my wife and I feel so much at home it was...More
We've been going to the Landgrove Inn for many years, but the food just keeps getting better and better every time we go. Katy, the chef is a genius. Innkeeper Tom Checcia greets everyone as if they're long-time friends, of which many are. But friends...More
Group of three had dinner the other night. Two of us had the Crispy Roast Duckling: excellent! I have always avoided duck due to the impression it is very fatty - this was prepared as the menu said - nice crispy skin,and, it had very...More
Wonderful dinner, service and atmosphere. Had the house special, duck, which was prepared to perfection with a crispy skin and excellent glaze. Meat was tender and not fatty. Worth the trip off the main road for a great dinner.
My first visit to Vermont, June 2016, was to attend a Wilson Bickford painting workshop at the Landgrove Inn, Vermont. I fell in love with this historical B&B and the surrounding countryside. My room was very comfortable and had an adorable, quaint feel. The hosts...More
Response from Ownertom | Property representative |
Yes, Gregory's retreat is the weekend of October 16th thru 18th. Unfortunately all the rooms on the first floor are currently reserved. If you would like we can put you on the wait list for a first floor room.
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