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Our 2 night stay with our beagle (Jena) and my mom was absolutely wonderful. Liz made us all feel right at home. Jena settled right in as well. The accommodations were clean , comfortable and inviting. The first night was rainy and cold so we...More
Where to start with the Inky Dinky and its wonderful owner, Liz?! We truly felt at home at this B&B, and the what makes it so special is Liz's radiant warmth and hospitality. We cannot imagine staying anywhere else!
When we arrived, Liz greeted us...More
This lovely place certainly made my stay in the Stowe area pleasant. I will gladly recommend this quiet comfortable piece of paradise, located near town with easy access off #100. Be careful of breakfast, there is always too much English or French treats!
We travel to this slice of Vermont Heaven with 4 shelties!!! They adore Liz and so do their humans !!! Breakfasts are always exquisite and afternoon/evening tea and desserts are divine !!!!! Her organic flower and vegetable gardens are beautiful. Relaxing and peaceful!!!! A must...More
I love this place. The owner is fun, accommodating and a good cook. The best breakfasts! And, the bed is the most comfortable I've ever slept in. The location is superb, on a quiet road not far from Stowe, VT. The outside is a delight...More
I know you very well...You are a black cocker spaniel and if I remember correctly, you wanted to know especially more about the canine amenities offered at Inky Dinky Oinkink...
I think you will be happy to know that there is a beautiful river for you to swim in that is within a two minute walk from the B&B as well as some seldom traveled trails. There is also what we call "The Quiet Path " that is nearby..a lovely place where you are free to walk and sniff and socialize with other dogs. There is a kennel directly across the street where your people can schedule you for playtime if you would like to socialize.
For your gourmutt interests, the hostess makes her own liver biscuits. No dog has ever turned up a snout ar Liz's liver biscuits!