4.4 on August 03, 2013
loved the history and the view were gorgeous
5 on June 24, 2013
The innkeepers were so caring. Tracy and her husband were delightful. Thank you to them.
5 on November 28, 2012
My husband and I spent a long weekend at Juniper Hill Inn over Thanksgiving weekend, and we only havepositive things to say. If you are looking for a charming inn with lots of history and limited modern day distractions (TVs, computers) this is the place for you. We stayed in one of the presidential suites, the room was spacious, welcoming and very comfortable. The in-room fireplace was such a nice treat! We are New Yorkers and have pretty high standards when it comes to our dining expectations, well I can honestly say that the food at the inn exceeded our expectations. While the menu is somewhat limited the choices are awesome. I strongly recommend the crab cakes, salmon chowder and the waffles for dessert are a must! Where do I being with the staff? Robert was warm and welcoming. You can tell he takes pride in his inn and truly wants everyone to have a wonderful time. His knowledge of the inn's history is very vast and he is always willing to share it. Noel, Barbara and Alice were all dolls! They were all kind and warm without being intrusive. We can not wait to go back!
4.8 on November 01, 2012
I booked this for my husband and I. He is from Scotland and said ever since he saw the movie Baby Boom he has wanted to go to Vermont. From the minute Robert checked us in until we left the stay was great. We loved Noelle at the bar also! Our only complaint was that breakfast took very long to be brought out. A nice touch was the room upgrade we got for no extra charge. We will be going back
1.4 on October 21, 2012
I asked for a pet friendly room with throw rugs got a room with carpet that stinked and had stains where previous pet visitors apparently had accidents. The price for one room with a shower one person could barely stand in was outrageous and the cost of the dinner was overpriced as well. Maybe just for the upper class but too bad the majority of the population isn't in that category. Upon arrival no personal to meet and greet us wondered around aimlessly looking for someone anyone to help us get settled in. Would not go again and would not recommend to anyone!!
4.6 on October 04, 2012
My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Juniper Hill Inn. Our room was cozy and very clean. The staff is extremely helpful and friendly, and the food is outstanding. Can't wait to return.
3.4 on September 04, 2012
The Hemingway Room was very comfortable well decorated in period as was the rest of the Inn. The staff was very freindly and did the best job they could for an Inn that is clearly understaffed. Our experience was very pleasant and I would encourage others to visit this unique place which has incredible history as do the current owners!
4.0 on August 16, 2012
My wife and I spent two nights 8/12 & 8.13 at the Juniper Hill Inn. Robert and service staff made us feel every welcomed. The meals were excellent and delicious. The only downside to our vist was our room. Room 22 is small and cramped for two people. This room should only be used for one person. Had a GREAT time overall and will come back again.
5 on August 15, 2012
I hope y'all keep it up! Such a heart-warming turnaround! Keep respect & love within your team. It's contagious and makes us feel welcome! All the best!
5 on August 14, 2012
Visited there August 5th thru the 7th 2012 with our cousins and good friends on a Travelzoo coupon. We all had a great time, Robert and staff was very friendly and helpful. We all stayed on the same floor rooms 16, 17 and not sure of other room number. They were all spotless and beautiful each with their own quaintness. We all loved our robes. First night we ate dinner in the dining room service and food was excellent. The hamburgers and trout and steak were delouses. We also enjoyed a bottle of wine. Dessert was outstanding. Our only complaint is that the bar does not stay open late enough. We would have liked a couple of cocktails the next night after exploring Vermont and the bar was closed.
4.6 on August 13, 2012
My husband and I spent two nights at the Juniper Hill Inn on Wednesday, August 8 and Thursday, August 9. Although our room was a bit small, it was clean and nicely furnished. All of our meals were outstanding. The service was excellent and the food was well presented, fresh and delicious. We were there on a Travelzoo offer which turned out to be a truly excellent value. We would be pleased to stay there again.
3.0 on July 29, 2012
My husband & I stayed at the Juniper Hill Inn as part of a Travel Zoo package - room for 2 for 2 nights in the best available room, daily breakfast, one 3-course dinner for 2 and a 22 oz bottle of Harpoon Brewery’s latest brew with two pint glasses delivered to the room. Taxes and gratuity additional. The Historic nature and furnishings at the inn are lovely. The only TV was in a freezing cold room outside of the bar. Our 1st-floor room was lovely and had soft & comfy sheets and pillows, and complimentary toiletries. It had its own deck and tiny shower. We asked for a bigger room or one upstairs but were told no because those were more expensive. The voucher stated: in the best available room. The food was very good. Coffee, tea and cookies were in the lobby. The Inn’s website states they take pride in highlighting local agricultural products, but breakfast sausage was not local and there is a smokehouse within 10 minutes. Dinner was exceptionally wonderful, however unchilled white wine was not. I asked the waitress if I could have dessert later in the bar, but she said no because the dining room closes at 8:30. We signed a bill for the extra charges, menu items not included in the package, alcoholic beverages and a $19 gratuity. We were surprised to be charged a generous gratuity leaving us no choice. The bartender the 2nd night locked up at 9:00pm sharp, saying that’s when he closes. We were promised the beer and glasses on our last day, but we never got them. The owner said he didn’t have time (the brewery is 3 miles from the inn) and gave us two beers from another brewery. One more part of the package purposely not fulfilled. Upon our return home, we were surprised to find a $10 gratuity charged for breakfast. Other reviews dating to 2008 say the same. The Inn owner is very defensive.
5 on July 14, 2012
My husband and I went to Juniper Hill Inn for a 2 night stay thanks to a great TravelZoo deal and it did not disapoint! Upon checking in we met Robert Dean, one of the innkeepers and he immediately made us feel welcome! We stayed in Room 15 - which we loved, had a nice sitting area, comfortable bed and a claw foot tub. We spent our evenings in the Blue Bar, sometimes taking our drinks outside to enjoy the tranquility and the view. That first night we also ate at Madelyn's, where the Executive Chef created am amazing and unforgettable meal for us. The following day we golfed and checked out the local Harpoon Brewery, but opted to come back to the inn to enjoy the Blue Bar and relax their for the night. Everyone we encountered exceeded any expectations, we felt welcome - a true home away from home. Thank you to Robert and Ari, Noel, Bill (the chef), Chris, Justin, Sue and of course the pot bellied pigs and cute dogs! We hope to see you again!
4.0 on June 06, 2012
Being fellow innkeepers in Woodstock VT we did just take dinner at the inn. The new Blue Bar is where we met the gardener, having an off duty drink. We were introduced by Robert the owner and chatted about the wonderful blooming flowers, rhubarb and many things horticultural. We chatted for so long we never got offered a drink... There was only one server meeter/greeter on duty on this Monday evening, and he was a very pleasant chap who had an openness about him. He instructed us to sit at any open table which we did and he was soon fussing over us with menus, daily specials and wine offerings. Having recently heard that the inn had a major makeover, a change of chef and staff as the result of Mr Ramsey's team, we were surprised to find the dining room style and decor appeared unaltered. It is acceptable but we felt didn't do justice to the revived Juniper Hill inn... Our waiter had to apologise for printer issues with the menu and they had misplaced the wine bucket stand, an issue we would have been unaware of if he had not mentioned it. The waiter took our order after dutifully informing us of the daily specials, but his crib sheet looked amateurish as it was torn out of spiral bound folder. I could hear Gordon Ramsey in my head going ...'NO....image and fekin' presentation is what we have to get right!!!!!!' As I stated we liked his openness & friendliness but felt he needed a little more guidance. The Food..... Started with cheddar & cauliflower soup, very delicious it was too. It was much thicker than I was expecting, had just the right cheese flavour. For our mains my partner went for the special halibut served on risotto from memory and I the herb coated trout fillets again on risotto...both excellent. For pud I went for the molten lava cake and this was delightfully not a too big portion. 10/10 for taste, size and satisfaction. My partner had an ice cream sandwich which was good but she felt the portion was a little too generous.
4.8 on June 04, 2012
We found Juniper Hill Inn to be a warm, beautiful and comfortable place to visit. Robert, the Innkeeper, was helpful, fun, and did an historic tour of the house for us as well. There were warm cookies in the afternoon, wonderful breakfasts, delicious dinners and fabulous people staying there. We would love to return some day.
3.2 on June 02, 2012
We spent a very relaxing weekend at Juniper Hill Inn. Our expectations were high so factor that into the stars. It's a lovely historic property whose owner delights in sharing it with guests and talking about exciting plans for the future which make you want to come back and see the results. The breakfasts are superior to most. The dinner very good also. Since all the rooms are different, I can only say that ours was comfortable and private with a nice porch we enjoyed very much. We would definitely go back again.
5 on May 24, 2012
We planned this trip months in advance to celebrate my husband's birthday. When we arrivved at the Inn we were greeted by the owners cute little dog and the staff. Everyone was VERY nice. Our room was clean, neat and beautifully decorated with plush robes and Sherry waiting for us. The grounds are beautiful and there are so many options for sitting and relaxing. We did that right away with magazines and books provided from their extensive collection. The best part of the grounds are the three minature pot belly pigs that come over with tails wagging! What a treat! DInner and Breakfast are AMAZING! The bar is great to for a drink at the end of the night and before dinner while sitting on the patio. I have been raving about this place since we got home and I would love to come back again! Spend some time here--you will not be disappointed.
4.8 on May 02, 2012
The Inn wa very nice and comfortable. The food was excellant. Was a nice quiet get away.
4.6 on April 19, 2012
We have just returned from a perfect two night stay at the Juniper Hill Inn in Windsor, Vermont. The accommodations were outstanding and the food was first class. Robert Dean the innkeeper made us feel like we were at home or just out visiting family. It was a delight to sit and chat with his mother, Doris in the comfort of their grand lobby. The Inn dates back to 1902 and has been expertly decorated with period antiques. I would highly recommend a stay at Juniper Hill Inn and we can’t wait to go back again.
5 on April 18, 2012
Our accommodations were beyond our expectations and the food was outstanding. The Inn itself was like going back in time but with all the comforts of today. But the highlight of our stay was the innkeeper, Robert Dean. He makes all of his guests feel right at home. His mother, Doris, is also a delight. Staying at this Inn is like visiting friends and family and I would highly recommend it to anyone.
5 on March 31, 2012
I just returned from a two-night stay at the Juniper Hill Inn with my parents and sister. We all absolutely loved the inn and cannot wait to go back. The Innkeeper, Robert, was incredibly hospitable, helpful, and charming. The inn itself was gorgeous and very well appointed. April, our bartender at the inn's "Blue Bar," was very friendly and even arranged for us to be brought a complimentary cheese plate before dinner. April explained that she was the owner of the three pot-bellied pigs grazing the inn's premises (two of for whom a pig wedding is being planned - date TBD.) We were also able to meet the chef, Julian, who seemed very passionate about his job. We all agreed that the food was wonderful - for both dinner and breakfast. The cauliflower cheddar soup was a favorite! Windsor is a very small town but many activities are close by - including Simon Pierce, Harpoon Brewery, and shopping in Woodstock or Hanover. On our last day, we visited a very small local glass-blowing studio (recommended by Robert) where we were able to make four glass pieces to take home. I would definitely recommend Juniper Hill Inn to anyone looking for a relaxing vacation with a little bit of history, great food, and luxurious amenities.
4.4 on March 24, 2012
We stayed here for an anniversary night away to indulge ourselves in a high class experience while being reasonable in expense. The inn and experience was exactly what we were looking for... quiet, relaxing, and refreshing. We stayed in room 1, which was absolutely stunning, with the working fireplace, relaxing room, and gorgeous bathroom. There was no TV in the room, which was appreciated, but there is wifi access if needed. Robert and the staff were wonderful, helpful, and polite. The dinner was very well priced and delicious. Breakfast was no different. We will definitely be back, and look forward to it. If you have the opportunity, stay in room 1... you won't be sorry!
4.0 on March 08, 2012
We were married at the Inn a couple of weeks ago and the whole event exceeded our every expectation. We had in mind an intimate gathering with our closest family and friends, 17 of us total. From our gorgeous guest room, room one, to the ceremony set in front of a roaring fireplace to cocktails in the great room and a private dinner in front of the fireplace in the dining room it all was a dream come true. A beautiful winter setting and luxurious but comfortable surroundings were a true delight.. For those that stayed the night the rooms were beautifully appointed, recently updated and most had working wood fireplaces! The breakfast each morning was delicious and plentiful and the days we spent curled up on the couch in the great room in front of the fire we will never forget. Thanks to Robert and him wonderful staff for creating memories we will carry with us for a lifetime.
4.8 on February 28, 2012
We booked a last minute package that was an excellent deal. The price was great and the service, food and inn were more then we expected. We thoruoughly enjoyed the whole expericence and will definitley be back.
4.0 on February 24, 2012
My husband and I recently spent a wonderful winter weekend at the Juniper Hill Inn. The hosts couldn't have been nicer. The room was large, comfortable, romantic and peaceful. The food was delicious and we were able to sit by ourselves or join in with others without feeling obligated to do either. I would highly recommend and look forward to returning in the summer months.
4.8 on February 13, 2012
very comfortable feels like home the innkeeper makes everybody feel welcome. This is a very old historic mansion and is decorated beautifully throughout with antiques. I would highly recommend staying a few days.to enjoy the place
4.0 on November 15, 2011
We spent two nights (Saturday/Sunday)recently at the Juniper Hill Inn. It is a beautiful old house on top of a hill with a wonderful view of the Conn.River. The rooms are lovely and each individually decorated. When we booked, the owner advised that there was a small group that would be checking out on Sunday - we said it was fine. We met members of the group our first night and thoroughly enjoyed them...However, after a full day's drive, we were advised that the dining room was "only open for the group" !! Pretty rude....Our options were an African restaurant in the town or drive 20miles to Woodstock - which we ended up doing. We were served breakfast both mornings, however were again advised that the dining room was not open for dinner...It was a great disappointment as the website states that dinner is served in the "historic" dining room from Th - Mon. The owner definitely should have advised us as we had looked forward to romantic dinners at the Inn - not a 40mile roundtrip drive each night !
4.4 on November 08, 2011
I first visited Juniper Hill Inn in 1996 as part of EquiTours "Inn to Inn" Ride and my husband and I have gone back many more times. We visited the 14th - 16th of October and the Inn exceeded our experiences of the past. Under new ownership it has been transformed into an even more charming and comfortable inn with exceptional culinary selections. The rack of lamb is beyond belief!
5 on November 08, 2011
It was a wonderful experience and the staff was warm an welcoming. Food was delicious and we felt as if we were the only ones there.
4.8 on October 26, 2011
Highly recommend the Juniper Hill Inn. It is beautifully decorated with antiques and interesting artifacts. It's a very large inn with plenty of space in the common rooms for guests to feel comfortable. The minute you walk in you feel right at home. All the fireplaces were lit. Cook to order breakfast was fantastic. They also offer gourmet dinner at your request, which was absolutely deeeelish. The property is well landscaped and the mountain views are spectacular. Robert and his staff were very friendly. Robert is definitely a people person and conversations with him could go on for hours if you let him. Only negative is that we couldn't stay longer.....Pat Urbanavage
3.8 on October 23, 2011
The Juniper Hill Inn is located up a hill overlooking the Connecticut River valley. It is a dignified old house whose many parts have been restored and updated. The innkeeper, Robert, was very personable and made sure our stay was comfortable. The common areas are large with decorated with a blend of eclectic objects, old and new. We stayed in the Teddy Roosevelt room, which was beautifully furnished and newly renovated. We had one dinner at the Inn and it was excellent. The only drawback was the expense - partially our fault for choosing a high-demand date during leaf viewing season in Fall.
3.8 on October 13, 2011
We spent two nights at this glorious inn. Robert and his staff were wonderful, friendly and helpful. The room was tastefully decorated and quiet. We felt "at home". The food was good though our only complaint is that it was not hot. Our soup was cool, our vegetables were cool, even our eggs in the morning were cool. Otherwise it was great. We'd go again!
2.4 on October 13, 2011
Rooms are not the same as what is shown on the internet site. The staff was very nice, but a bit inexperienced. They seemed to fly by the seat of their pants. Breakfast was a disapppontment and dinner was mediocre and overpriced. We have been to many B&Bs, and some numerous times, but we probably will not be going back to Juniper Hill Inn.
4.6 on October 12, 2011
We loved this place! Great rooms, lovely grounds, and the innkeeper is fantastic. One complaint: The breakfast service was way too slow. Everyone waited 20-40 minutes to eat. This needs to be restructured. Maybe continental buffet and a la carte breakfasts by request only. We needed to get going and were very surprised at this. In general, it is a wonderful property and we will return.
4.8 on September 10, 2011
We stayed for a weekend in July during a record breaking heatwave - Robert was gracious and patient with us (and everyone) after a night of no sleep as he stayed up all night "manning the breakers" so the inn could maintain individual AC in each room. Despite the heat, it was lovely - cozy, traditional, country charm, with delicious and surprisingly gourmet and interesting food. We loved our breakfast both mornings and also had the lucky chance to sneak in a late supper one night and were not at all disappointed!
2.6 on September 01, 2011
Ari, the innkeeper, was very particular about all the wrong things. For example, the inn was clean, but there was clutter around such as boxes, weed and feed, vacuums, microwave under the staircase, etc. Upon arrival, we weren't given details about the inn, breakfast times, or other typical details. We were approached about our actions (drinking beer outside of our room, for instance), in a very un-tactful and un-professional means that made us feel attacked. Our group booked the entire Inn, so it wasn't as if anyone was being disrespectful, destructive, or disturbing other guests. We felt like we weren't welcome in his precious home. Logistics were ignored, such as staff doing landscaping and coming and going during events where guests should be left alone. It is a beautiful property with a lot of potential, but is in need of better management and more customer focus. Also, having seen other B&Bs in the immediate area, it is not worth paying the premium price to stay here.
4.8 on August 04, 2011
The most ingratiating element of our stay at Juniper Hill was the hospitality of Robert, Ryan, and Ari. It was not a place, it was an experience. It is living art that one immerses one's self in. J.C. Salloway
5 on July 25, 2011
We had such a great time at the Inn. The entire Inn was absolutely gorgeous...the decorations, furniture, and art inside was incredibly detailed and beautiful. The landscaping and outdoor views were picturesque, colorful, and welcoming. We didn't want to leave!!! You MUST eat dinner at the Inn; the food is incredible. Robert and Ari (and their staff) took the time to not just welcome us or check us in and out...but it was as if they all got to know us in a short time and treated us like special friends the entire weekend. Everyone there was so kind and friendly and gave just enough attention to all of the guests (not in your face AT ALL....more like knowing exactly when to say hello, check in, ask if we needed anything). We got the feeling that they LOVED the Inn and loved their jobs. The pride they had in the Inn, as well as in Windsor and the community, was evident and added so much to the overall warmth and comfort of staying there. I will DEFINITELY be back to stay up there again!
4.2 on July 25, 2011
We won a 2 night stay at the Inn as part of Harpoon Brewery's "Friends of Harpoon" BBQ festival prize package. What a treat!! The Inn is stunning, rooms are beautiful--beds are so comfortable. The grounds are picture perfect. Robert, Ari & the entire staff couldn't possibly be any nicer, more friendly or helpful. We felt like VIP's all weekend. We had dinner at the Inn on Friday night & it rivals any fine dining establishment here in Boston. Breakfast is exactly what we needed before hitting the BBQ festival each day. I've already sent friends your way & I am hoping to return in the fall/winter to take enjoy the foliage, fireplaces & to see what creative cuisine comes from the autumn harvest. Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU...for one of the best weekends ever.
5 on July 07, 2011
We really enjoyed our stay at Juniper Hill. Robert and Ari are excellent host and they went out of their way to make us feel comfortable. Additionally, made excellent recommendations on activities and restaurants. The dining at Juniper Hill is excellent and would recommend to anyone even if you are not staying at the Inn. This is a wonderful place to get away from the hectic schedule!
5 on March 06, 2011
I have nothing but the best things to say about Juniper Hill Inn and their entire staff. I was here with my girlfriend (now fiance) in February 2011 for a 5 day stay. There was not one thing that i would have changed. Room 1 is amazing, the grounds of the inn are so beautiful (even when snow covered), the collection of artwork and decorations around the inn are spectacular, and the food was outrageous. I have never seen a hotel/house/inn quite like Juniper Hill Inn. We will surely return here and i would recommend this place to anyone i meet. The entire trip was perfect and we thank Robert, Samantha, and the rest of the staff for making it that way. - Alex and Angela Bergen County, NJ
4.0 on March 05, 2011
Great setting, it was the perfect getaway! The dinning was outstanding. My wife and I just returned from living in Paris for the last 36 months and we are custom to fine dinning. My rack of lamb, was one of the best every prepared. We will return again.
4.4 on March 01, 2011
This is the third time we have stayed at the Juniper Hill Inn and it was by far the best. Each time we have tried a different room with this time being my favourite (room 7!). The staff is exceptionally kind and willing to go beyond expectation. Thank you especially to K who cheerfully took care of our every need! There are only two things that I would be aware off before you go. The first is that there is a gratuity added for breakfast (I'm sure this is communicated somewhere, I just wasn't aware of it) and the second is, the coffee is terrible. If you enjoy coffee plan on bringing your own or visiting the local coffee shop. We love Juniper Hill Inn and the owners/staff and highly recommend it!
4.2 on February 23, 2011
Very quiet and relaxing place with unbelievable food!!!! Very friendly inn keeper and staff.
5 on January 19, 2011
We spend a wonderful romantic night away from our children at the Windsor Inn. The hosts were a perfect combination of welcoming, helpful but not intrusive. Room was great, bed was more comfortable than our tempurpedic, and the breakfast was really yummy. We'd go back again in a heartbeat.
4.0 on December 30, 2010
We have just returned from 2 days at Juniper hill. we had an amazing time and were made to feel so welcome. The Inn has a wonderful vibe and the team will do anything they can to assist you. The food was EXCELLENT, breakfast, lunch and especially christmas Day dinner.... exceptional. The room was quaint, fitted perfectly with the house and the bed was very comfy. We can't wait to go again !!
3.4 on November 19, 2010
We stayed at Juniper Hill's Midtown Manhattan apartment. Location was awesome: great access to Hell's Kitchen, Times Square, Theater District and Central Park. Great value for the price we paid. For the same price as a standard hotel room, we had our own living room, dining room and kitchen. However, there were a few things that fell below our expectations: the shower leaked horribly, the room was dimly lit and the wireless internet never worked for us.
4.4 on June 13, 2010
Spent one night there while visiting the St. Gaudens Nat'l Park. Enjoyed walking the grounds and the total experience. Dining room not open for dinner but had an excellent bfst. Must say Kay our evening guide and bfst server was most helpful and enlightening. Would recomend the Inn to anyone and will visit again if traveling in the area. Did not leave as early in the morning as planned as we just wanted to enjoy the location.
4.2 on June 06, 2010
This is an excellent B&B nicely located at the top of a hill with beautiful views. We enjoyed the late afternoon sun on the terrace with a lovely glass of pinot grigio in a adirondack chairs. The service was great and we had a lovely dinner. Our room was very beautiful and we would have liked to stay longer.
4.0 on February 04, 2009
The innkeepers, Robert and Ari, were friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable about the area. The inn was a fascinating historic landmark. The breakfasts were excellent and the room was comfortable and tastefully decorated.
5 on November 20, 2008
We couldn't have made a better decision than to entrust Robert and Ari with the planning of our wedding weekend. Every detail was memorable. We still have dreams about it!
4.8 on October 21, 2008
This B&B is really exceptional. The attention to detail is impressive and dining at the Inn is highly recommended. We had a really fun and relaxing time at the Juniper Hill Inn.
5 on October 18, 2008
This past August, we had a wonderful visit to the Juniper Hill Inn in Windsor, VT. The innkeepers, Robert and Ari were gracious hosts and created a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Robert gave us a fascinating rundown on the history of the inn. He told us about notable visitors, including two presidents each of whom wouldn't stay in the same room the other had stayed in. The main room on the first floor of the inn is full of old treasures. Throughout the inn, there are pictures, sculptures, and objets d'art that make you feel like you’re in an art lover’s paradise. In a parlor on the first floor, we found a great selection of books and games. We discovered a game called Bethumped by Words, which was so much fun that we bought our own copy when we got home. The lovely grounds include a fish pond and gardens with a wide variety of beautiful flowers that Ari takes great pride in. We loved our room, which had French doors onto a little balcony overlooking the patio and front gardens. The bed was quite comfortable and the chairs were perfect for relaxing and reading. Although August isn’t the time for a fire, the working fireplace was a nice touch and would be wonderful in fall and winter. Robert oversees the kitchen, which turns out creative and beautifully presented meals. The gourmet food is served in a lovely old dining room, where guests can chat comfortably or ignore each other according to their own preferences. We chose the former and particularly enjoyed talking with a young couple who were about to be married at the inn. The innkeepers pointed us to several places of interest in the area, including an old cemetery, a fascinating mill building, and a museum with many works by Maxfield Parrish. We’ve been to many inns. We would place Juniper Hill Inn at the top or our list. This was everything an inn experience should be.
4.6 on October 05, 2008
We just got back from our first fall foliage trip of the Northeast and were so lucky to find this amazing B & B along our way. The home was old, but in excellent condition. The grounds were beautiful, the food amazing and the hospitality superb.
4.6 on August 29, 2008
It was an exceptional weekend. Everything was above my expectations. The Inn owners did everything they could to make you feel at home, and are very friendly. Food was excellent. Looking forward to going back soon.
4.0 on August 19, 2008
And be treated like aone too. your every whim and request will be granted by your host and staff. You can own and enjoy all the antiques and art work in the views from the windows and terrace are impressive.
4.2 on August 05, 2008
Simple perfection. Every detail was wonderful. Our small room was a great value for the money. Spotless., Wonderful food. Great Hosts!
4.6 on July 31, 2008
Juniper Hill lis luxurioys, welcoming and gorgwous! The owner/hosts, Robert and Ari give attention to every detail land guest - incredibly friendly and welcoming. The dinner is not to be missed - probably the best we have had in th eworld! A "must stay" for Vermont travelers.
2.6 on July 30, 2008
Wonderful place with a terrific staff. Unusual decor, very interesting. In a few words, worth the price.
5 on July 25, 2008
We had been traveling cross-country from Calif for 5 weeks. We were tired after days of sightseeing in Boston. Juniper Hill Inn was the perfect spot to relax and take day trip from.
5 on July 16, 2008
Everything was wonderful. We'll be going back!
5 on July 14, 2008
We stayed for one night - July 4, 2008, and as soon as we checked in and saw the exquisite and exceptional living room/check in area, we both looked at each other and said...we are not leaving!!!! We have stayed at 5 different Inns in Vermont over the last several months, and we are only making plans to go back to Juniper Hill Inn. Robert is amazing!!! I never felt so "at home" at an Inn before in my life. The artwork is amazing! They have exceptional taste! The food was incredible! We can't wait to go back!!!!
4.6 on July 08, 2008
Robert Dean & the staff at JH Inn are fantastic. Robert was attentive to guests & details. From the coffee to the conversation everything mattered to Robert Dean. He wanted you to feel like JH Inn was your home and that is how we felt.
4.6 on July 08, 2008
We held our intimate family wedding at the Juniper Hill Inn in June of 2008 and all of our guests thoroughly enjoyed both the inn and the wedding event. The innkeepers, Robert and Ari, as well as their entire staff were incredibly hospitable and accommodating. Our rooms were spacious, charming, and cool (it was a very warm June weekend). The meals were superb and the dining room extremely comfortable. We were so pleased to stay here and experience the most special day of our lives at the Juniper Hill Inn. We highly recommend the Inn for a special event or for a simple, relaxing New England get-away!
5 on July 07, 2008
My husband and I honeymooned here last June and decided we loved this inn and Robert & Avi (innkeepers), so much we plan to return each year (God willing as we are in our late 70s!) Peonies in our room, plus sherry, romantic CDs. What's not to like?
5 on July 03, 2008
The inn was lovely, the hosts great, the food outstanding, the historic tour was awesome.
4.0 on July 03, 2008
Beautiful scenery, grand home, sumptuous repast.
5 on June 30, 2008
The breakfast was delightful...Robert was the perfect host! We will be back.
5 on June 19, 2008
This inn is ideal for couples who want to get away to beautiful Vermont. A tast of history in a modern era.
5 on June 19, 2008
Fantastic accomodations-interesting historic house. Innkeeper was a wealth of information about the inn and area. Delicious Breakfasts!
4.4 on June 18, 2008
Robert, Ari, and their staff made us feel not only very welcome and very comfortable, but very special as well. We loved the view from our personal balcony. It was a truly memorable 29th anniversary! Though the local towns are small, there is plenty to do. The St. Gaudens and Maxwell Parrish museums are delightful, even for people who aren't usually "art museum people", and the Precision Museum is fascinating even for people who aren't usually "technology museum people". And of course there's the longest covered bridge in the continental US, and quite a few hiking trails as well. We didn't even have time for the Harpoon Brewery or the Path of Life Garden! But those give us a good excuse to go back, which we are looking forward to. The settings of all of these things, including the inn, are idyllic!
4.2 on June 13, 2008
excellent cuisine, services,owners always, always very relaxing, a true event, totally positive
5 on June 11, 2008
beautiful inn wonderful art great breakfast terrific hosts: Robert and Ari
3.4 on June 09, 2008
the hosts were lovely. lovely room-master room 1.location great. very homely
5 on June 04, 2008
From the time we stepped in the door, until we checked out, we felt welcome. We were encouraged to use all the public rooms and stroll the grounds. Ari and Robert are wonderful hosts!
5 on May 30, 2008
From the time we stepped in the door until we checked out, we felt welcome. We were encouraged to use all the public rooms and stroll the grounds. Ari and Robert are wonderful hosts!
4.6 on May 09, 2008
Everything was perfect!!!!
4.0 on December 01, 2007
We spent 3 days in November, 2007 at this terrific Inn-Service Staff and Dining experiences were top notch. Owners were well steeped in the history of this 1902 Inn, where 5 US Presidents have stayed on many occasions. President Wilson used this as the Summer Whitehouse. Just go and relax.
4.0 on November 25, 2007
We stayed here for 2 nights in May 2007. The rooms and facilities exceeded our expectations. The breakfast well prepared and tasty. An excellent value for money. We will definitely go back if in the area.