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Bennett's 1815 House

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Long Island, New York
Reviewed 15 October 2010

My wife and I booked a stay for a last minute mid-week getaway to see the Vermont foliage, and picked this B&B because of the cleanliness mentioned in all the reviews, and the fact it was one of the few places to stay that did not have a multi-nite requirement or a price hike due to the time of year....

1Thank EuroStyle
Washington DC, District of Columbia
Reviewed 2 September 2010

The owners were kind and very accommodating with our late arrival and extremely active 3 year old. The breakfast was delicious.

Thank ZoeMichelle
Reviewed 14 March 2010

My husband & I decided we needed time away from the craziness of life & went to spend a night at this historical inn. It was excellent! Peter & Karen were both welcoming & attentive. Our room was comfortable & cozy (especially with the fireplace Peter lit for us). Dinner & breakfast were the best part. We had escargot, shrimp...

Thank katVermont
Reviewed 25 January 2010

a wonderful, quiet place to relax for a few days. the exhuberance and bon ami of the owners is a delight, as is the morning breakfast. everything is geniune at this place, incl. the adorable cat and dog! the only let down remains the slow service at the restaurant. they desperately need wait/bar staff to reduce the long delays in...

Thank marsmars9
Dublin, Ireland
Reviewed 21 November 2009

I wanted a quiet and relaxing break in the country, and this was the perfect break! Wake up in a cozy New England house, eat a tasty breakfast at your leisure, stroll their 7 wooded acres, and take a day trip to Woodstock. Karen and Peter (and their friendly dog and two happy cats!) are your smart, friendly hosts who...

1Thank 11angelwithana
Reviewed 18 September 2009

Easy to find location in the charming Vermont countryside. I enjoyed the comfortable room and gracious hospitality at this history B&B. Peter's Seedhouse Cafe is a hidden gem serving the greatest meals in the area. I recommend the eggs benedict for breakfast and the seared scallops for dinner, but the inventive menu changes weekly. You can't go wrong with any...

Thank PaddleTraveler
Reviewed 30 August 2009

We didn't actually stay in the Bennett's house because we discovered it the night before we left Vermont. However, we had a wonderful dinner that night in the Bennetts' Seedhouse Cafe, and we would love to stay there the next time we come to Vermont. The host is genial and a great cook, and took pains to make sure we...

Thank JodyKayMiami
Reviewed 15 July 2009

Karen and Peter Bennett will make you feel entirely at home in their charming B & B, not far from Ascutney Mountain in Vermont. Peter's dinners are excellent, and Karen made me an absolutely fabulous omelet on the 2nd morning of my stay. I invited her to sit with me while I ate it and got an enlightening education on...

Thank B_K-VT
New York City
Reviewed 15 July 2009

We chanced upon the 1815 House on the web while looking for a place in the area for a couple of nights. The reviews were good, the house had a great backstory and the cafe brought the added bonus of built-in good food. We were not disappointed! Karen and Peter were very accommodating, the room was very reasonable, and we...

Thank HudsonRiverman
New York
Reviewed 22 March 2009

Staying with Karen, Peter and their lovely cats and dog was very nice. The breakfast and dinner was amazing and our room was so quiet and restful. The Seedhouse Cafe was warm and cozy, excellent food and great local brews. We enjoyed local antiquing, dining, and a winter sleigh rally. The sleigh rally was delightful to watch as dogs and...

Thank JandANY

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Bennett's 1815 House is a small historic B&B in central Vermont 13 miles south of Woodstock. Two sunny rooms each with fireplace, double bed, shared sitting room and bath. Full breakfast included. Situated on 7 acres of woodland, field and brook for you to enjoy. Fine dining restaurant also on the property. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Bennett's 1815 House

Address: 37 Route 44, Reading, VT
Region: United States > Vermont > Reading
Price Range: $140 - $168 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 2
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