Ratings based on 185 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.3 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Ernie from Rochester, NH
Just Inn, EXCELLENT DiningPosted 23-Feb-2014
Cons: Furniture could be upgraded, a bit more soundproofing.
Location: Half way between Woodstock, VT & Hanover, NH - LOTS to see, do, shop, places to eat, etc...
My Wife & stayed one night for a quick get-a-way. We had a Queen Deluxe room. It seemed average in many respects. We did like the charm of the old homestead: seeing the worn thresholds - guessing how many hundreds of times family members had walked the halls, etc. The bed was comfy. The sitting chairs could have been more comfy for long reading sessions. It felt very private, but we could hear doors slamming (actually we later figured it was the automatic door closers - if one is careful you can shut the door w/o any noise. The common room was nicely set up. The high point was dinner. The waitress knew how to make good suggestions. The food was excellent & presented very well. The grounds looked very pleasing; very pastoral and peaceful. The staff seemed accommodating to families. Breakfast was included, but not outstanding, above average buffet, but no stand out signature items or home made treats.
for Everyoneby A verified traveller
The location was ideal to Woodstock, VTPosted 23-Feb-2014
Very cozy. I heard Julia Child stayed in the room I was in.
by C.P. from KENNEBUNKPORT, ME
Cons: ENLARGE THE BATHROOM!
The bathroom in Room 18 would have been uncomfortable for a dwarf: I very nearly found it necessary to stand upon the necessary in order to close the door!
for Everyoneby A verified traveller
Beautiful Bed and BreakfastPosted 01-Feb-2014
Cons: It is a little pricey.
Location: Woodstock and skiing is nearby.
The bed and breakfast was totally relaxing. A warm place during a cold winter. Sitting by the fireplace makes your body forget your busy life. Our room was all you could ask for. It was just as advertised.
for Everyoneby Jane from Cape Cod
Beautiful B&B on the Vt/NH line.Posted 01-Feb-2014
Pros: Staff helpful and pleasant; great country location, comfortable, restful, historic, good food, fair price
Location: Lake, trails, river, Quechee area - Simon Pearce Glassworks and Restaurant/White River Junction VT/Hanover NH
Had a winter overnight -- wish we could have stayed longer! Its an old historic Inn -- we had a canopy covered bed with a comfortable bedroom, nice touches in the bathroom, and a great full breakfast -- eggs, pancakes, granola, fruit, sausage and bacon, juice, tea, coffee. We took advantage of the Friday night $55/two person dinner with wine -- delicious -- and the wait staff was extremely pleasant. A secluded country inn but with easy access to Interstate 89 and 91, and Quechee. Others in our group who stayed in the standard hotels were sorry they didn't join us! We weren't able to take advantage of all the outdoor activities offered but saw ice fishermen at the ice fishing derby on the lake across from the Inn. A wonderful experience!
for Everyoneby Nate from Minneapolis
quaint & historic stayPosted 22-Jan-2014
I had a great stay at the Quechee Inn! I was pleasantly surprised at the charm this place possesses. I didn't actually do much research before I booked my room and was surprised to discover that the inn is on the national register of historic places. There is a local outfitter on site and I was able to rent some snowshoes on short notice and had a great trek through the woods along the Quechee gorge on the Connecticut River. A very memorable stay. Nice food service and I hope to return someday soon.
by Maureen from CT
Tired and over priced InnPosted 12-Jan-2014
Cons: Friendliness of staff, cleanliness and currency of room
Location: Woodstock, VT institute of natural Science, on site cross country skiing, snow shoeing and tubing, Quechee gorge, Simon Pierce Glass Blowing
Our overall experience at the Quechee Inn was extremely disappointing. "Santa" brings my boys (9/5) an adventure trip instead of toys. It has become an exciting family tradition. Our destination this year was Quechee, VT. I did a great deal of research on the accommodations and settled on the Quechee Inn due to the ratings, charm and location. Upon arrival the front desk manager was acceptably nice, but not warm and a bit curt. Our room was "rustic" and in much need of updating. We dropped our things and set out for exploration and dinner. Returning at 9PM, we found after closer examine the room that it was in an ill state - Torn shower curtain, dirty sheets, buckling/worn linoleum, rusty shower head and worst of all no water pressure; So bad that we were unable to bathe. I tried calling the front desk - no answer. In the AM I brought my pics and concerns to the front desk. They apologized and said that they would thoroughly clean the room, change the sheets and have maintenance check the water. The Inn Keeper said that he would provide us with a $50 credit per night for our trouble. We set out for the day satisfied and returned late in the evening to settle in. While the room had been cleaned, shower curtain replaced and water pressure fixed; the dirty sheets remained on the bed. Again a call to the front desk was unsuccessful. Upon checkout I made the front desk manager aware. She was very cold, did not apologize and only provided a credit of $50.
by A verified traveller
Nice place but it definitely shows agePosted 09-Jan-2014
Pros: The lounge area, the fire place!
Cons: The heating system, both water and air.
Location: ski areas that are not too far off like Killington
The staff definitely feels friendly and helpful but the standard room feels a lot smaller than what is shown in the picture. The toilet is also very tiny. It could be the extreme weather outside(0-20F) but the heating system feels weak. I can barely feel any heat coming out of the vents and the room temperature stayed at 60 despite having set it to 85. It took about 5 mins before the water coming out of the tap would become hot. The bedding looks clean but definitely shows age. No fault on the staff but definitely something the owners can improve upon.
for Everyoneby A verified traveller
for Everyoneby A verified traveller from Rego Park, NY
Rustic and comfortablePosted 06-Jan-2014
Pros: The ambiance is top notch. The rooms shine the most but the staff really completes the feel.
Cons: Alot of drivers use GPS and the Quechee Inn is not easy to program. Fortunately, it is well marked on the actual roads.
The entire experience was so absolutely perfect that all the elements of the stay were outstanding. The staff was attentive and accommodating. The restaurant was top notch with a wonderful view of nature and the lake. The food was appetizing and oh so satisfying. I must recommend the garlic shrimp appetizer. The rooms were attractive and spacious. You feel like you were transported back to a more genteel time. I would recommend the Quechee Inn to everyone. Hopefully, they will still have room when I go back.