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We went here on Wednesday evening for a fund raising dinner for a local group. The meal was prepared by a young aspiring chef who goes to Johnson and Wales. The meal was thoughtful and delicious and the price was good. The staff were very...More
We first visited the Grafton Inn about 35 years ago--in the middle of the winter and returned last week for the first time since then. I'm happy to report that the inn is every bit as beautiful, comfortable, and hospitable now as then. If anything,...More
Being a transplanted New Yorker living in Southern California I longed for the special flavor of the northeast, the more north and the more east the better. There are places further north and further east than Grafon's legendary quintessential New England
Now close you eyes and think mountains. No not the Rockies. No not the Alps. Think smaller. Think bigger than hills. Think eastern mountain rock piles. Now think Vermont. Now think of the most quaint little inn nestled among the foothills of those rock piles....More
Went with a large group so attention to details was a little harder for them. All in all it was a good experience. Fresh breakfasts we very good.
Be advised ... Do not take the 121 in. Paving starts and stops.
I'd have to agree with Irene W. There may be a laundromat in Bellows Falls (about 15 minutes or so away) or in Newfane (about 20 minutes away), but I don't think the Inn has any guest laundry facilities.
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"We stayed across the road in a village king room."