Bailey's Mills has history, personality and charm. The passing stream tumbles along and fills the air with its music. Our wide front porch welcomes and shelters you. You'll enjoy conversation, books, games and winter fires in the parlor-library. Spacious, comfortable bedrooms with plump down pillows promise restful sleep and you will awaken to the aromas of a full homemade breakfast. Although surrounded by beautiful countryside, wonderful restaurants are just a short ride away. You will settle comfortably into our 1805 and return reluctantly to your 2005.
Newly decorated with beautiful queen size mahogany rice-carved four-poster bed. Windows overlook lawn and wooded hillside. Original wide pine floor, working fireplace. Antique dresser, chairs and marble-topped table. Full tub and shower bath. Once home to Barbara's youngest brother who reportedly climbed out the bathroom window once or twice to attend parties after his bedtime.
The Guest Room has old honey-colored pine floors, working fireplace, queen-size spindle bed, antique table and bureau. The large bath features a tub/shower combination and oak flooring. You can hear the brook from your open window.
This spacious, elegant accommodation has lots of space for you to stash your stuff and then stretch out to your heart's content. It features a king-size bed and long sofa facing a colonial hearth. Once essentially a working kitchen, the fireplace is now purely decorative but in winter a small wood fire can be built in the open brick oven to add a really special glow. Marshmallows optional! The bedroom connects to a large private sun room which overlooks Bailey Brook and the imposing 1820 stone dam which once blocked its flow. You can nap on a sofa here and during mild weather be serenaded by t
Hartford, CT (BDL-Bradley Intl.) 130 miles
From Woodstock follow Route 106 south 10 miles. At Keeper's Cafe turn right onto Bailey's Mills Road. Go 1 mile to a fork and keep right. It's 1/4 mile to our sign. From the south, take Exit 8 off I-91 and turn left at the bottom of the ramp onto RT 131, west. Go 6.5 m. to blinking light and turn right onto RT106 north. Go 7 m. to Keeper's Cafe and turn left onto Bailey's Mills Road.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, VT Inst. Natural Science, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Ski area
Bed and Breakfast
Board games, CD player, Computer, Desk, Fax Machine, Internet Service, Library, Telephone
Alarm clock, Bath robes, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Radio
Bird watching, Hiking trails, Mountain Bike trails, Napping in hammock, Reading 1890's diaries, Swimming in pond, Star gazing, Finding Fairyland in brook, Rocking in double rocker, Snow shoe trails
King Arthur White Whole Wheat Flour blended with King Arthur Unbleached Flour give a nutty crunchiness. Cinnamon and lemon oil provide a subtle zip. Topped with local Vermont Maple Syrup. Rave reviews!