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“Great inn with wonderful location...just what we needed!”
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The Inn at Weston
Ranked #1 of 3 Weston B&B and Inns
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New York, NY
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“Great inn with wonderful location...just what we needed!”
Reviewed 23 February 2012

We purchased a deal on Living Social which made our room about half of what it looks like it would normally cost. We chose the Waite room because it had a king bed, a jacuzzi bath for 2 with a steam shower and a gas fireplace. It looked like a really cozy and romantic room, which it was. I checked out the other rooms before people checked into them and was most happy with our choice. I will say that while the room was very nice, I would have a hard time seeing spending the amount that they normally charge. The room could probably use a little updating, a flat screen would be a nice touch as well as a dvd player instead of a vcr. The mattress topper on our bed was extremely lumpy and really uncomfortable so we actually had to take it off the bed the first night. However, when we mentioned the problem to Bob in the morning he took care of it right away and we had a nice, new, fluffy and extremely comfy one by mid-afternoon the next day. We were really pleased and impressed by how quickly they responded to a complaint. Breakfast was awesome both days with some sort of baked good, (muffin one day, some sort of cake the other day) followed by homemade granola, fresh fruit and yogurt and then a choice of a hot entree. Amazing, light, fully pancakes...soooo good. Our deal came with a sleigh ride at a neighboring b&b, which we really enjoyed. We didn't really get to meet Linda and dealt more with Bob who was efficient and knowledgeable about the area and things to do. He called ahead for a restaurant for us the night we weren't eating at the inn and made sure we visited the Vermont country store, which is walking distance and really fun (go hungry as there are tons of samples everywhere!) Dinner at the Inn was wonderful, as everyone has said. Somewhat of a limited menu but I understand that this a fine dining establishment and I tend to be a little picky, so it might just be me who felt this way. Regardless, the food was great and the piano music in the background was a bonus. Overall-great stay. We felt truly pampered and relaxed after our weekend. If I could make any suggestion I would say that afternoon tea and some sort of little snack out on the table would be nice. I have stayed at other b&b's where they do this and it is a nice touch. Other than that-we would certainly recommend the Inn and enjoyed our time away!

  • Stayed January 2012, travelled as a couple
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New York City, New York
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Reviewed 13 February 2012

A group of us purchased a deal on Living Social and had very little regrets. Bob and Linda were super friendly and very hospitable from the first time we stepped in. We stayed in the Coleman House which was across from the Main Inn and had the entire house to ourselves. The rooms were rustic with a comfortable New England inn type feel. Fireplaces in each room were great as the temp were pretty frigid at night. Bob helped us set up a log fire in the living room as all of us spent the evening in there playing board games and watching tv. Breakfast each morning was also amazing as they had different items on the menu each morning, with fruit, yogurt and cake to go along with it. Dinner at the Inn was as close to fine dining as it gets as they also had a piano player taking requests while we ate.

Our deal also came with a sleigh ride as I would definitely recommend this. The ride goes through the forrest nearby with a driver who gives you a little history about the grounds.

The only drawback which wasn't such a big deal was no wifi in the Coleman House, only the Main Inn. Other than that, Inn was an ideal B & B to stay at, close to skiing with lovely hosts.

  • Stayed February 2012, travelled as a couple
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Bristol, Connecticut
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Reviewed 7 January 2012

My partner and I celebrated my 30th birthday at the Inn back in October. We purchased a birthday package, which included dinner in the exceptional on-site restaurant. Bob and Linda were gracious and accomodating and found us an in-room massuse that gave the best massage either of us ever had. Dinner was sophisticated and exceptionally executed - The menu contains favorites such as duck breast, short ribs, filet, sea scallops, etc. George, the pianist, provided a lovely backdrop during dinner.

We found Bob and Linda to be unobtrusive, yet always around. We felt as if we had the inn to ourselves but could easily find either of them at a moments notice to fetch a bottle of wine, drop off a cheese plate, or provide ideas of local attractions.

The room in the carriage house (we stayed in Folette) was comfortable and had a nice balcony. We loved the steam shower and appreciated the thoughful touches in the room (a stack of relaxing CDs, Lindt truffles, and a journal of comments from prior guests).

We highly recommend the Inn at Weston and look forward to returning. We found it to be an exceptional value for the money, especially when you consider the caliber of the on site restaurant.

Room Tip: There really isn't a bad room in the Main House or Carriage House. We liked the privacy the 2nd...
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  • Stayed October 2011, travelled as a couple
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Arlington, Virginia
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Reviewed 2 January 2012

We chose this inn due to the location to skiing and they are dog friendly. If you can find another dog friendly place, stay there. While the inn is charming, and the people friendly, it is not worth the over $300 price we paid. We have stayed at high end inns in the past. Also I would say they are dog tolerant, not dog friendly. For example, there is no place to deposit the pet bags outdoors.

Other items to note - you cannot get cell service at the inn. You can only get wi-fi in the lobby. There is no guest computer to use. They have vcrs in the rooms, and ours was broken. The only place to eat from sun - wed in Weston is at the inn, which is very good and very expensive. Breakfast is excellent, and the lady who tends the dining room is very sweet. A long time vemonter, very knowledgable of the area. Be prepared, however to have their dog join you at the table, as well as having an occasional child burst out of the kitchen and race through the dining room.

The rugs in the room were worn, the furniture had tears in it, the king sized bed sunk to one side, the two person tub jets did work and was great, our steam shower did not work, but we didn't mind that.

When we checked out and the innkeeper didn't remember what room we had stayed in for three nights. He was the one who checked us in, showed us the room, and came to the room another night to not fix the VCR. A truly high end inn who are truly people pleasers would not forget such a small detail.

Nice inn but not worth the price. This room would have been satisfactory at $225 as opposed to the $325 we paid, per night.

  • Stayed December 2011, travelled solo
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boblinvermont, Owner at The Inn at Weston, responded to this review, 9 January 2012
First, let me thank you for taking the time to write a review. I would like to address your complaints. I apologize for not having a receptacle for the "pet bags" near your room outdoors. There is a dumpster but not close enough to be convenient so we will place one closer to the Carriage House so that situation does not happen to someone else. Since these guests had two dogs, we should have been more proactive.
We understand how inconvenient our lack of cell service is to some guests. I am told that the state of Vermont has been granted funds to bring broadband to small villages like Weston. We do have wi-fi, however the tin roofs on our buildings do not allow the signal to travel to some rooms. We have just been told about "boosters" that will allow the signal to travel further and we will purchase them. We do not have a separate computer for guests, however anyone can use the Inn's computer-anytime. I apologize that was not communicated to you.
We tried to get the VCR in your room to work but failed. We have since fixed it with a new cable.
We are very aware of the prices on the menu. The food is always fresh and we try to patronize local farms whenever possible. That is expensive. However our prices are comparable and sometimes lower than other high end restaurants in the area.
We have a Golden Retriever who is not allowed in the dining room. There is an adjoining pub where we are trying to train her to stay during breakfast service. It is an ongoing process. Even folks who have 2 dogs deserve to eat breakfast without being disturbed by ours.
These guests stayed with us over Christmas and we had relatives, children and grandchildren visiting. That "child" was our 5 year old grandson who was reprimanded and told not to run in the dining room. We make it our business to know everyone by name but I think because of visiting family here we may have been a little distracted.
I was not aware that the bed "sank to one side". We have received many positive comments on the comfort of that bed. I will certainly look into your observation and replace the mattress if necessary. The sauna/steam shower has been an issue. We have had electricians and plumbers both look at it, and a repair is scheduled. When these guests made the reservation, I explained the absence of the sauna to her and offered the room upstairs instead with a functional sauna. They declined.
We apologize that your experience here was not what you expected but your constructive criticism will help us improve.
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eureka, il
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Reviewed 29 November 2011

4 couples joined together on our weekend in Vermont. A beautiful state with many quaint bed and breakfasts. This Inn owner met us at the door and welcomed us in with coffee and mints. The living room had a fire going-wonderful on this cool fall day! As we entered the dining room for dinner, soft live piano music was playing softly. The meal was excellent from the main course to the dessert-each entree arranged perfectly on our plates. The service was great and the atmosphere inviting! The flowers surrounding the place were bright and colorful and welcoming. The rooms were beautiful-each one with a fireplace and a queen or king sized bed. We enjoyed our stay!

  • Stayed October 2011, travelled as a couple
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Property: The Inn at Weston
Address: 630 Main St, Weston, VT 05161-5503
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Region: United States > Vermont > Weston
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Suites Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
Ranked #1 of 3 B&Bs / Inns in Weston
Price range (per night): ₹ 12,990 - ₹ 16,092
Number of rooms: 13
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Escape to the heart of the Green Mountains at our Vermont bed and breakfast. Warm hospitality await you at the Inn at Weston, located in the quaint village of Weston in Southern Vermont. Relax and unwind in one of our 13 elegant guestrooms. Enjoy strolls through the village with it’s waterfall, shops and galleries. When you return from exploring the area, retire to our gardens or the deck and gazebo with a glass of wine. Finish your day with a romantic candle-lit dinner by our talented chef in our elegant dining room featuring live piano music nightly. Plan your romantic getaway in Vermont today! ... more   less 
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