Este chalet de postal austriaco está abierta todo el año y se encuentra en una tranquila colina en las montañas verdes del centro-norte de Vermont ... a medio camino entre el año en torno a estaciones de Stowe y Sugarbush (a unos 20 minutos en coche), y cerca de Montpelier (15 minutos) y Burlington / Lago Champlain (40 minutos). Habitaciones románticas dan a un balcón. Tres cabinas (cada una con cama de matrimonio, baño, sala de estar, cocina de leña y la cubierta) están escondidos a lo largo de los senderos en el bosque. En la posada, una gran chimenea de piedra y estufa de leña en el bar BYOB de autoservicio son los lugares de reunión favoritos. Caminata con raquetas de nieve o de 40 acres de senderos en el bosque detrás de la posada. En las inmediaciones podrá mundo esquí de clase alpino, senderismo, golf, pesca, canotaje, ciclismo, en alza, piragüismo, antigüedades, una vista espectacular de hoja de otoño, salida de compras y turismo por Ben & Jerry fábrica de helados, venta de queso Cabot, Lake Champlain Chocolates tienda, Fría Cider Mill Hollow, estudios de soplado de vidrio, artesanía y galerías de arte, tiendas de antigüedades, y más.
5 en enero 08, 2014
I stayed there for 4 nights last January to ski and visit my daughter at UVM. We had a great night's sleep and wonderful breakfasts. The Innkeepers let me stay in an adjoining room when my daughters friend joined us to ski, gratis... It was also very convenient to Sugarbush and Stowe. I bought our passes for Sugarbush directly at the B and B. I'll be back, hopefully in the next month. Thanks. Scott
3,8 en octubre 04, 2013
Great location, cute and quaint B&B. Owners are very nice and helpful. It's a true B&B with areas shared (they have a game room) but I that is what I expected. Very good value and in a great location.
5 en septiembre 23, 2013
We made the most of our 1 night stay, enjoying cocoa & popcorn by the fire in the common room. Such a lovely quiet setting with a spacious room & bath. Our hosts provided all needed area info, even a self-guided tour to local bridges & waterfalls. Our stay was capped by a tasty breakfast looking out over a wooded area with birds at the feeders. Highly recommend, a peaceful delight!
4,8 en septiembre 11, 2013
We only stayed two nights as this lovely, fun chalet-style B & B. The location in the Vermont woods is inspiring. We did not have time to explore the grounds but want to go back and check out the trails. The rooms are charmingly decorated with quilts and Alpine style painted furniture (at least in our room). Linda and Jeff prepare a great breakfast serving specialities from Vermont. I want to go back in the winter and check out the fireplace in the ski season. Just terrific!
4,2 en junio 30, 2013
Outstanding host and hostess; congenial, helpful and knowledgable; perfect location for north/central Vermont travel; peaceful, low-key setting in a relaxed atmosphere;
4,4 en marzo 28, 2013
Grunberg Haus has a wonderful charm. The service is excellent, warm, and they make you feel right at home. The rooms are simple and nastalgic. I would come back again!
4,6 en enero 15, 2013
We've stayed here twice; once in the fall with our dog (they allow dogs in the separate cabin rooms on the hillside in summer & fall) and once in the winter with our two sons in the main inn for a ski trip. Both times, we enjoyed our stay--everything was super clean, the innkeepers were extremely helpful, and didn't mind that we had to arrive late after driving six hours from New York. There is a small network of hiking trails on the property--good for a short x-c ski or snowshoeing. Lots of charm. Has good wi-fi; no TV, rooms are small, but close to good restaurants & exactly half way between Sugarbush and Stowe. Excellent value.
4,0 en octubre 20, 2012
Found this inn online and decided to stay there with my husband for our 6th wedding anniversary, as we would be spending time in Waterbury and Burlington. What a great place to stay! The inn was adorable, the room was clean and cozy, the homemade breakfasts daily were yummy, and it was very relaxing to spend the nights in front of the fireplace. Jeff & Linda were great innkeepers; very friendly and knowledgeable about the area as well. Grunberg Haus is a definite repeat vacation stay!
1,0 en agosto 22, 2012
From the moment I stepped in to this B&B I knew I had made a mistake by not paying attention to some of the earlier reviews I had read online. Their website pictures are either from earlier ownership or the current owners are so burned out and broke they haven't done anything to the place for some time. The owner Jeff was like an automaton who wanted to give us his spiel and then get back to whatever he had that needed more attention. There was no smile, no "welcome" or any gesture of . We had booked a cabin and when we entered, I immediately noticed the moldy smell in the room, which Jeff explained by saying that it had gotten cold the night before so trey had closed the windows. I proceeded to open them and put in screens while he stood there talking about how to operate the wood stove. Never offered to assist. The bed cover looked like it hadn't been washed in weeks. The bathroom smelled of urine so we took of the cover and put it in a corner, sprayed the room with freshener, turned on the fan and went out for dinner hoping that it would be better when we got back. No such luck! Next morning we were resolved to leave since I woke up with a sinus headache - no doubt due to the mold in the room. I showered, toweled off with another moldy linen and went down. I informed Linda that we were leaving a day earlier than planned. I checked out only to find that she had charged for an extra night. When I asked why, her response was" You read the contract!" Jeff and Linda have no idea what Vermont is all about despite their being there for 12 years. I lived in Vermont for 11 years and these people are a disgrace to a community that is known for its welcoming friendliness and warmth. This was, unfortunately, a terrible ending to one of the best vacations I have ever taken. Don't ruin yours!
5 en agosto 01, 2011
I just loved staying here. Linda, the female half of the couple running the place, was delightful and her breakfasts were simple and tasty. The rooms were charming and gave the impression of being outside while inside. The hosts stay at their own home, detached from the guest rooms, so there was a feeling of privacy. Quaint and perfect. Would totally return.
Ajuste Bosque, Zona rural, Montañas, Ciudad pequeña
Burlington, VT (BTV) 25 miles
Ir a la Interestatal 89 y viajar hacia el sur hasta la salida 10 (Waterbury / Stowe) gire hacia el sur hacia la Ruta 100 S, viajar 4,5 millas a través de Waterbury. El Grunberg Haus se encuentra en el país en el lado este o izquierda de la ruta 100 S.
Compra de Antigüedades, Acuario, Galerías de Arte , Playa, Sala de conciertos, Cenas Elegantes/Gourmet, De Interés Histórico, Lago, Música en vivo, Cine, Museo, Parques Nacionales, Área natural, Monte Mansfield y Camel Hump, Tiendas Outlet, Teatro, Área de picnic, Servicios Religiosos, Río, Area de esquí
Bed and Breakfast, Other
Despertador, Juegos de mesa, Salas de Conferencia, Biblioteca, Instalaciones para Bodas, Wi-Fi , Libre uso de raquetas de nieve
Instalaciones para café/té, Chimenea, Entrada privada<br />
Observación de aves, Pasear en canoa, Pistas para esquí de fondo, Esquí Alpino, Pescar, Jugar al golf, Pistas para senderismo, Montar a caballo, Pasear en kayak, Navegar, Comprar, Visitar lugares de interés, Alquiler de esquís, Alquiler de raquetas para la nieve, Pistas para andar con raquetas de nieve, Nadar, Pistas de tenis
Jeff and Linda Connor
Pollos amable! Otros
Chalet austríaco situado en las montañas verdes del norte de Central Vermont, a medio camino entre Stowe y Sugarbush / Mad River Glen. Habitaciones románticas y cabañas solitarias. Desayunos memorables. Chimeneas, senderos en el bosque ... y una pequeña bandada de pollos que ayudan con el desayuno!
Dietético , Alimentación particular
, Vegetariano , Gluten free
Ricotta - tostadas rellenas
Sándwiches de queso relleno de la parrilla en un rico batido de huevo y se sirve en platos de cristal con jarabe de arce grado A Vermont.