Had dinner for Sunday evening, with a set menu of 2 choices. We were happy with our dinner and the sides were delicious.
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You absolutely cannot beat the setting. Although you can dress quite informally, the decor is "old blue-blood" and gorgeous--museum quality. The food is excellent--a wide array of mostly farm-to-table preparations. Much is raised on the grounds of Shelburne Farms itself. The service is excellent. If...More
The food prepared and served is grown on Shelburne Farms. It is FRESH and attractively served. ,y daughter and I took advantage a perfect August evening and ate our meal on the Inn's outdoor patio surrounded by lake Champlain and the Inn's gardens. We also...More
I gave the Inn a year from our last visit, and sadly it only got worse. It's clear the local ingredients start out very fresh and delicious but somewhere along the way the flavors get mangled, and the pairings get strange. How can a salad,...More
Beautiful (home),Inn. Only open in the summer. Nice rooms, quiet grounds, excellent restaurant, and staff. Good place to walk, and take a bike ride.
This should be on every bucket list. However, to lessen the impact on your budget, go for breakfast. The offerings range from a hearty sampling of eggs and meat and potatoes, to pancakes to a savory and very interesting oatmeal risotto. The food is remarkably...More
The setting for the Inn at Shelburne Farms is truly remarkable.....breathtaking views, expansive flower beds, magnificent architectural surroundings. The menu...whether breakfast, lunch or dinner is select and features local produce cooked with great care. You can not go wrong!
We had our first visit of the year to SF restaurant this week, and as is often the case, the experience was decidedly mixed. As others have noted, the experience of walking on the grounds and enjoying the view is inarguably world class. It's a...More
If you eat here, try to get an outside table. The view of the Lake is outstanding. The food is divine and the service top notch. It is pricey, but worth it. We dined for three hours and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.
I am practically speechless about this historic inn, which offers breakfast to commoners like me. Once a summer home of the Webb/Vanderbilt family in the 1800s and created as a model agricultural estate, the estate is now a sweet, historic, eclectic retreat for those who...More