This is a true family inn on a quiet country back road in the heart of Vermont's mountains and lakes region. There are 50 acres of rolling meadows and woods to explore and to cross-country ski. The inn itself is a century-old farmhouse. The dining room has exposed beams and a bay window overlooking pastures and Okemo Mountain. Relax and socialize (BYOB) in our Vermont barnboard 'keeping room' furnished with turn-of-the century oak. Sample Bill's country breakfasts.
Rooms numbered #1 to #5 are in a ground floor house attached to the farmhouse with separate entrances. Individually controlled heat and air conditioning. They share a porch with comfortable outdoor furniture and have a view of Okemo Mountain, fields, and meadows. Each room has it own charm and furnished in Vermont pine furniture with queen, 1 full, and love seat that opens into a single bed.
The Suites are country inspired and have private baths. All the suites are individually decorated with antiques, hand crafted needlework, antique floral prints and memorabilia.
These rooms are country inspired guest rooms with private baths and queen sized beds. All the inn rooms are individually decorated with antiques, hand crafted needlework, antique floral prints and memorabilia.
This suite has views of the inn’s meadow. Bird’s eye maple queen bed with country quilt and small alcove with brass trundle beds adorned with denim quilt. Can be used for another single, or 2 small children. Bathroom has a shower.
has a brass queen and trundle bed. Period Waverly print wallpaper. Shower. Rural view of the Vermont country side. Sidney, since long departed, was a Beagle who’s owners rented this room from the prior innkeeper. He refused to stay at his new home and was with us for over 16 years.
(Our daughter’s room when growing up and also her favorite room after the renovation). This is our most romantic but smallest room. It has a small oak vanity, wrought iron queen bed, full bath and shower. French country wallpaper in mauve and blue.
A large suite on the first floor in the main house, this is our grand daughter’s favorite room. Furnished with turn of the century oak double bed and furniture, Victorian rose wallpaper in greens and pinks, 1 set of bunks(2 singles) and 1 trundle (2singles). The bathroom has a tub and shower. Views.
4.8 on July 25, 2014
We did not want breakfast as we had been to a large eating reunion but the Combes were very friendly and served us coffee and muffin
4.8 on January 30, 2014
Our stay at the Combes Family Inn was really one of the best in our many years of staying at B&B's. A true warm family setting, great food, very attentive service, and great times in the family room. We have tried others and the Combes Family Inn is the only place we will stay in Vermont.
4.6 on September 23, 2013
I went to Vermont with a friend in July. Never having stayed at a bed and breakfast, I wasn't sure what to expect. First of all, it is situated in a very lovely and quiet spot where you could just enjoy the sounds of nature. Ruth and Bill were very accommodating. Ruth gave us information about places in the area to visit while Bill cooked up and served a great breakfast every morning. They have rooms there for people with dogs. My friend brought two dogs with her. They stayed in one room while I was in a different part of the house. It worked out well for everyone; I never heard any noise at night from any of the dogs that were there. It was a wonderful week all around. Thank you Ruth and Bill!
4.6 on July 20, 2012
Friendly experienced folks have a comfortable B&B. We enjoyed our stay.
4.0 on February 12, 2012
I am a youth leader at a church in CT and we have brought our YG kids here at least once a year for a ski trip since 2007. Bill and Ruth are incredibly accommodating and patient with large groups of kids...and they cook the best meals! We have never been dissatisfied with our stay, and strongly recommend this place for both small groups and large. Thank you Ruth and Bill!
4.2 on October 25, 2010
We stayed Friday through Sunday to do some hiking around the area. Ruth gave us maps of two great trails, and we actually did both in one day! The Healdville Trail was slightly more advanced than I expected, but it was a beautiful trek. Quite gorgeous snowy top. Ruth also recommended The Loft. We visited the restaurant for lunch and a couple beers. The food is delicious, and we had leftovers from the large portions. Finally, the Combes Family Inn is a scenic drive away from the Vermont Country Store in Weston. We spent at about 2 hrs there! I'm happy I brought home some mix to make Chardonnay dip. This trip was very memorable, and I would definitely recommend Combes Family Inn.
4.4 on March 26, 2010
Our ski club has been going to The Combes Family Inn for at least 15 years, same time each year. Bill and Ruth run the best B&B we have ever stayed at in Vt. Food is excellent with such a variety of dinners and breakfasts that keep us coming back year after year. One of the clubs most popular trips, it sells out first day offered each year. Best part is the apre ski party each late afternoon when we return from a day on the slopes. Such a warm and friendly atmosphere, you really must try it to appreciate the hospitality!!
Springfield, VT (VSF-State)
Take A Route off 100 N 100 N of Ludlow. Follow East Lake Rd to Inn. Going South of 100 From Woodstock or Killington. Follow signs to Inn.
Antique Shopping, Historical interests, Lake, Nature area, Beach on Lake, Okemo Mtn. Ski Resort, Alpine Slide
BBQ grill, Board games, CD player, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fireplace, Library, Piano, TV, Telephone, VCR, Videos
Alarm clock, Private entrance, Radio
Canoeing, Downhill Skiing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, hiking and biking maps available, Shopping, Tennis racket rental
Low fat , Vegetarian , Diet