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Storrs, Connecticut
Reviewed 16 July 2013

I stayed here for one night with my mother and we both agreed that it was a wonderful place. Peter and Carole could not have been more welcoming or ready to accomodate our needs. The home itself has a rich history and Peter shared some unusual and interesting details.

Thank Tass66
Reviewed 8 April 2013

If you like historic houses, you will love this place. It is 4 miles south of Woodstock, very quiet, on a small river. Owners accommodated our children without any problem, and price was very reasonable. (off-season) History of the place, the doors, the renovation were fabulous. Floors are pretty creaky if you are trying to sneak to the bathroom without...

1Thank ChicaWi
Reviewed 9 February 2013

Grist Mill House is a beautifully cared for historic building–it would be difficult to imagine a lovelier inn for a New England getaway. The Innkeepers are warm and generous, the breakfast delicious, the common areas comfortable and cozy (a wood burning stove!), the rooms beautifully kept and adorned. Just lovely. My husband and I look forward to returning.

1Thank annerm
Cushing, Maine, United States
Reviewed 27 December 2012

We found the place peaceful and cozy. The sheets were sweet smelling and the beds very comfy. We enjoyed Peter and Carol very much. The breakfast was delicious and graciously served. We felt very much at home and considered spending an additional night but needed to be on our way.It was the best place we stayed on our visit to...

1Thank Helen W
Lancaster, California
Reviewed 4 November 2012

A long weekend getaway with my neice began with a two night stay at this charming B & B. The Inn is hosted with grace, style and enthusiasm by Peter and Carole. Peter is an energetic and knowledgable innkeeper and will gladly share recipes (which we highly encourage him to publish) tales of yore (he has a great sense of...

Thank Debra T
Chicago, Illinois
Reviewed 15 October 2012

Our favorite place in New England & most affordable too! I loved that it was off the beaten path a bit, away from the touristy downtown area. Also do yourself a favor & pick up some of the maple syrup they serve at breakfast from Top Acres farm which is just a mile or two away! They were great little...

Thank diro82
Port Dover, Canada
Reviewed 2 October 2012

We had a wonderful two night stay at this historic B&B. What once was a grist mill, built in 1779, has been turned into an enchanting home. History surrounds you here, both in the building, the furnishings and the surroundings and the owners are eager to share their knowledge with you. The room was comfortable and, while 3 rooms shared...

1Thank Sandy M
Capitola, California
Reviewed 25 August 2012

The Grist Mill House is a comfortable piece of history that you can be a part of. It was a joy to spend a evening in this unique environment. No TV, radio, cellphone...but yes, Wi-Fi.Your shoes are left in the mud room and the floors will creak as you make your way to to the only bathroom. You can walk...

Thank hankzby
Lincoln, Rhode Island, United States
Reviewed 15 August 2012

If you want a truly Vermont experience, this is the place for you. This renovated Grist Mill has all the luxuries and comforts of a traditional B&B, and more. The space is beautiful and perfect for a relaxing escape. The Inn is full of open public spaces or places to sit alone and read. I liked the back decks, chairs...

Thank Michael M
Reviewed 23 April 2012

Having stayed at the Grist Mill House on several different occasions, in each of the three rooms, enjoyed a full variety of the breakfasts that Peter Pickett creates (and we think they compare favorably with the ones I create--and we're very picky), I think we're finally at the point where we can wholeheartedly, without reservations on our part, recommend this...

Thank Allan G

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Additional Information about Grist Mill House

Address: Rt. 106, P.O. Box 54, South Woodstock, Woodstock, VT 05071
Region: United States > Vermont > Woodstock
Price Range: $121 - $150 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 3
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“Be prepared to remove your shoes in the entryway; don't wear your holey socks!”
 of 5 bubbles WhirledTravelingDuo, 19 Mar 2016 | Read review
“Check beds--some are more comfortable than others in terms of firmness. Kids would like the room with a ladder and alcove.”
 of 5 bubbles ChicaWi, 8 Apr 2013 | Read review
“We had the Kedron room, where you will share a queen sized bed and a loft single that is reachable by climbing a ladder. The Miller's room has twins that can be pushed together to create a king sized sleeping space. The Rood room has a double, a single and a loft bed that can only be reached by climbing a ladder.”
  • There is an extra single loft bed in the Kedron room.
  • The Kedron room's queen bed.
 of 5 bubbles SandyM708, 2 Oct 2012 | Read review
“The Kedron Room is small but it is the first at the top of the stairs.”
  • Bathtub under the skylight
 of 5 bubbles hankzby, 25 Aug 2012 | Read review
“Each room is unique, make sure you check the description of the room to ensure it will meet your needs. If you have any questions, just call the Inn, they will help you sort out the perfect room.”
 of 5 bubbles 612michaelm612, 15 Aug 2012 | Read review
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