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Northfield Inn - 1 Reviews - 228 Highland Ave, Northfield, VT - Hotels & Lodging Reviews - Phone (802) 485-8558

Northfield Inn

228 Highland Ave
Northfield, VT 05663
(802) 485-8558
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Very bad customer service. Be very careful when giving the proprietor your credit card information. Make sure you get EVERYTHING in writing as the proprietor tends to forget thing...

Editorial review from Citysearch 10/28/2013

Our experience at the Northfield Inn occured during a difficult time for my family. Aglaia was kind and motherly, affording us every comfort and understanding. We were able to choose our own rooms and she was very generous toward us during our stay. \r \r The house is beautiful and well kept. Staying there is more like staying at the home of a generous and kind hostess than staying at a bed and breakfast. All of the rooms are uniquely decorated in the Victorian style. The beds are very comfortable and the gardens are beautiful. The breakfast room looks out upon a cluster of bird feeders and the beautiful Vermont skyline and mountains. Verdant and green while we were at the Inn. \r \r I would recommend this place to anyone staying in the area. Just be prepared to be treated like family!! more

Editorial review from Citysearch 10/7/2013

We have stayed at this B&B twice, the first time in June of 2004. Each time we were charmed by the owner Aglaia, who is more like a doting aunt than our hostess. The house is a roomy Victorian furnished with cozy antiques. Deep porches with comfortable furnishings make lounging easy. I took my laptop outside and easily connected with the free wireless.\r \r Breakfast will take you all the way to dinner. Aglaia starts with a small cup of yogurt topped by fresh fruit. That's followed by a scoop of homemade granola which is served hot. The granola is worth the trip all by itself, and I never eat granola. Then comes the breakfast entree of the day: an omelet, breakfast quiche or other imaginative and delicious confection. There is plenty of juice, great coffee or tea. Guests are asked if they have dietary restrictions so each breakfast is tailored to please. Aglaia asks what time you want to eat breakfast, and if you say 5 AM, then that's when your breakfast is served. We usually ate around 8:30 or 9:00, often with other guests.\r \r If you wonder where to go for dinner, Aglaia has been everywhere or knows someone who has. Ask and get useful restaurant advice for local places, or neighboring towns including Montpelier. Relax before bed with a complimentary glass of wine on one of the porches.\r \r Be advised that all rooms are up stairs. Most rooms have a bath attached, but they are small. All rooms are also clean, comfortable, bright with large windows, and furnished with antiques that are perfect for the room. The top floor has several rooms and a large shared bathroom. If we had a family reunion, this would be a terrific venue.\r \r This is not a slick hotel with brand new carpets and soulless atmosphere. This is a lovely old house with the attendant squeaky stair or two and the odd window that sticks. It's scrupulously clean, the plumbing works, the beds are comfy, the food is so delicious you'll groan with pleasure, and the setting is gorgeous. If you want charm and a homey atmosphere, you will not do better than here. more

Editorial review from Citysearch 9/30/2013

We were so fortunate that there was space at this lovely Inn for us even though we didn't reserve ahead. The Hostess was so welcoming, and especially made our 4 year old daughter feel at home (so much that our daughter cried when it was time to leave). We would have spent our whole weekend just at the Inn, but followed great recommendations from Aglaia and her staff about things to see on our first visit to Vermont, and knew that at the end of the afternoon we would have a comfortable place to come back for refreshment and respite. Among many other services she provided, the Hostess made a reservation for us at a great restaurant for dinner. On our departure, she filled a bag with fruit (and would have given other treats had we not turned them down) for our trip back to Canada. I would definitely recommend this Inn to others more

Editorial review from Citysearch 9/24/2013

This bed and breakfast is located in Northfield, which is about 10 miles from Montpelier. It is a large, three-story house, with common bathes on each floor. It is very well-maintained. There are comfortable sitting rooms on the first floor. The proprietor is extremely friendly and hospitable. Breakfast is included. It is served in the dining room at a table which seats about 8 guests. The food and the service were very good.. If I couldn't get a room in Montpelier, where I was visiting, I would gladly stay here again. more

Horrible Customer Service; Irrational Proprietor 10/3/2008

Very bad customer service. Be very careful when giving the proprietor your credit card information. Make sure you get EVERYTHING in writing as the proprietor tends to forget things. Be sure you get confirmation of the room you have requested as rooms are often baited and switched. Pros: Very pretty property. Cons: Dogs that bark and chase people; irrational proprietor more
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