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Marbledge Lodge was recommended when our usual lodge was full. We are very glad to have found this exceptionally well maintained, spotlessly clean, centrally located and comfortable respite for our 4-night visit. The inn keepers, Jadwiga and Jack couldn't be more welcoming. Our room, #17,...More
I'm picky and I would totally stay here again. It's charming. From the moment we stepped into the office/lobby, I felt cozy, completely at home and relaxed. There is just a spirit of homeyness to the place. The Polish couple who run it are very...More
Spent one night here at the end of a week long Vermont visit. You won't find a cleaner , better kept room in this price range. Neat, clean, and better furnished than any roadside motel I've seen.
Breakfast was included and cooked to your request....More
This hotel is oddly furnished, but exceptionally clean. My big problems were the noise from the road below and the stinky and loud air conditioner which forced me to sleep with the windows open. Suffice to say, I never put the air conditioner unit on,...More
2nd time staying here. The place is spotless. I think their rates might take advantage of events going on at a nearby landmark because it was just a little bit pricey. The woman (owner?) is pleasant enough but the man (dude) has a bad attitude...More
US$105 - US$171 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Which cottage or room you stayed in? Thank you, Kristin
11 September 2015|
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We've stayed in cabins 3 and 5. 5 has a little kitchenette. We liked that feature but thought the bed in cabin 3 was more comfortable. Both were great because we were traveling with a toddler so he had room to run around... More
We've stayed in cabins 3 and 5. 5 has a little kitchenette. We liked that feature but thought the bed in cabin 3 was more comfortable. Both were great because we were traveling with a toddler so he had room to run around without disturbing the other guests if we had stayed in a regular room.
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"All rooms have a GREAT view of the mountains across the street,as do the cottages"