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Maple Crest Farm

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    Dallas
    Reviewed 17 October 2016

    I have stayed here several times and always enjoy it. This house has an amazing history. It has been in the Smith family for several generations. Staying here is like stepping back in time. One night I even listened to a football game in my room on the radio. It was easy to think I was in the 1930's! Donna...

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    Reviewed 5 September 2016 via mobile

    A wonderful traditionally decorated house in the hills of Vermont. Attached to the house a maple sugar farm run by the family since seven generations. A gemn of traditional US. Donna took care of us above and beyond. She kindly welcomed us late at night when we arrived directly from Europe (NL). She prepared wonderful pancakes serves with their locally...

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    Reviewed 30 August 2016

    This working farm is a gem. The Smith family has been here for generations...Your hosts Donna and Bill are charming and really knowledgeable. Jeff Smith runs the family farm and makes the award winning maple syrup you'll be served at breakfast. Tucked away in the hills, yet 15 minutes to Okemo, a short drive to Rutland, and walking distance to...

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    Tel Aviv, Israel
    Reviewed 27 February 2016

    We stayed at the farm for 2 nights in September 2015. we loved everything - the beatiful house, the well furnished comfortable apartment, the view and the surrounding, the great smell of the maple, and most of all - the warm and caring welcoming of Donna and her family. I wish we could stay longer Thank you so much and...

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    Dallas
    Reviewed 4 July 2014

    The Maple Crest is an amazing place for "flatlanders" like me. Donna and her husband are true Vermonters, whose family has lived in this big brick farmhouse for generations. Walking into their home is like stepping back in time. It could just as easily be 1934 in my room, which was wonderful. Breakfast is a communal treat with all the...

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    NewEngland
    Reviewed 22 June 2014

    This is a lovely old working farm set conveniently off the beaten path. We stayed for one night and enjoyed a clean and comfortable room. The room was on the second floor and faced the road, but my sleep was deep and uninterrupted. Breakfast was cooked to order and was delicious! Donna is a delightful soul and a wealth of...

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    Haarlem, Nederland
    Reviewed 19 June 2014

    What a warm welcome we got from Donna, a lovely woman with a beautiful maple syrup farm and B&B. You'll find the old English style of decoration with all kinds of antique in the rooms. We got the room downstairs which is quite big and has a seating and toilet too. The bathroom is upstairs. At the time there were...

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    illinois
    Reviewed 1 November 2013

    If you are looking for genuine old Vermont hospitality, lodging & wonderful breakfast, including their own fine Maplecrest Maple Syrup,, this is the place to stay. Clearly not your plush upscale B&B with all of the comforts of the city, but one that has all of the charms of the Vermont of the past 200 yrs. Every nook & cranny...

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    New York, New York, United States
    Reviewed 16 October 2012

    We rented a home not too far away in the summer and we're struck by the picturesque beauty of this farm and the 1808 farmhouse so we stopped to inquire and met the innkeepers, Donna Smith and her husband. This home and farm have been in the same family for over 200 years and they have been taking guests for...

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    Address: 2512 Lincoln Hill Road, Shrewsbury, VT 05738
    Region: United States > Vermont > Shrewsbury
    Number of rooms: 27
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    “I prefer the rooms that are not on the main road in order to cut down on the sound of cars.”
     of 5 bubbles Enduro338, 17 Oct 2016 | Read review
    “The in has 2 apartments suitable for a family”
     of 5 bubbles Z6529BFchrism, 30 Aug 2016 | Read review
    “If you have a family try the apt. If your a couple try the first floor room with it 's own bath or the largest room upstairs.”
     of 5 bubbles 117ChrisD, 16 Oct 2012 | Read review
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