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My wife and I stayed at this place for a couple nights. It is very clean, quiet, and very comfortable. The owners were super nice, taking time to show us a couple routes for leaf peeping, covered bridges and charming small towns. We traveled state...More
This is one of the best places to stay in VT. My wife and I have stayed here for the last five years. The innkeepers, Kevin and Kammi, have a dedication and commitment to high quality service that is unprecedented.
Had another wonderful stay at the Bromley View Inn. We arrived for an extended weekend to see the local fall foliage. The room was clean and comfortable with cable TV and free Wi-Fi. A hearty breakfast is included with a choice of a yummy egg...More
We have stayed here several times during our annual fall foliage trips to Manchester, VT. It is very relaxing and we feel right at home. The view and atmosphere is great as are the hosts.
We hope to stay here again on our next trip.
Kevin and Kami went way beyond my expectations and did pretty much everything they could to help make my AT section hike a success. I stayed one night to rest/resupply. Kevin picked me up at the VT 11/30 trailhead several miles from the inn and...More
US$118 - US$188 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Guests are allowed to consume their own wine and beer in their room. Guest must purchase wine or beer from the Inn if they eant to consume in the lounge area. Fyi it is NOT an open bar as someone stated.