We have stayed at Swiss Inn multiple times over the past 15 or so years, most recently in late September 2015. Rooms are no frills, but clean and quiet. Joe and Pat are very friendly and make you feel right at home. The dinners are superb and breakfasts filling and delicious. The grounds are very pretty and seasonally decorated. It was our first time staying while we were not on a ski weekend but we were not disappointed. We will definitely be back again.
“Bob and Linda, doing inn keeping the right way!” Darling Lexie happily greeted us! Then Linda showed us the magnificent inn, and our comfortable, well appointed room. The inn is updated, without losing the charm of the 1840's farmhouse - the gardens, gazebo and lawns are beautifully maintained, with a WIDE variety of plantings. Linda is a grower of award winning Orchids, I didn't get a chance to talk to her about them, but, I did notice, and admire them. Chef Greg prepared dinner.... Prepared may not be the correct word, he crafted dinner... I had the salmon....melt in your mouth, and hubby had. The applewood smoked chicken.... (Freshly smoked chicken!) that, even just the smell of, was out of this world. After dinner, we sat and visited with Bob and Linda, and they were delightful, and George at the piano, was so talented, and set the mood wonderfully. Linda prepared our breakfast the next morning, delicious granola, fresh fruit with yogurt, bacon, and a Vermont Frittata, with Vermont cheese, tomatoes, avocado, and potato. We will be back, for a much longer stay next time. Thanks Bob and Linda.
There are no TV's in room or phones. There was no cell service. No hairdryer in bathroom. Breakfast served at 8:00 AM which is little late for people getting an early start. 7:00 AM would be appropriate.
We recently enjoyed our stay at The Inn At Weston on the evening we also enjoyed an outstanding rendition of "Guys and Dolls" at The Weston Playhouse. We also had a truly memorable dinner the night of the performance - good service, great food and all done in plenty of time for a leisurely stroll to the Playhouse. Our breakfast the following morning was fresh and bountiful and amply fueled us for our adventure the following day. Bob and Linda were excellent hosts, and the remainder of the staff very courteous. We would definitely stay there again when in the area and recommend it highly to anyone else seeking excellent bed & breakfast accommodations in that part of Vermont/New England.
My wife and I look forward to staying at The Inn at Weston every year. This was our 3rd trip and it seemed more beautiful than ever. We were greeted at the door by the Innkeepers, Linda and Bob, who feel like family. We had the opportunity to experience an outstanding dinner at the Inn prepared by Chef Craig Cornell. After dinner we took a short walk the Weston Playhouse and enjoyed their presentation of "Guys & Dolls". After a great night's sleep we enjoyed a delightful and delicious breakfast prepared by Linda. Thanks to Bob, Linda and the Staff, The Inn at Weston is what Bed and Breakfast is all about. Comfortable, Warm and Cozy. Thank you. Margie & Randy
Without much planning, decided to spend a weekend in VT to do a little hiking, meandering and so on. We happened to find the Inn at Westin on-line. Turned out to be a great choice. The location is perfect. Bob was very helpful directing us on activities. Got to hike on the Appalachian Trail and then a short trip to Granville, NY to Hicks farm for hard cider (highly recommend). The Inn is quite nice with attractive gardens. I recommend breakfast in the gazebo. Even if you don't stay at the Inn, a must is dinner at the restaurant. The pork belly is phenomenal. I had it in the Chef's Trio which changes nightly.
My friend and I stayed in the Coleman House across the street from the Main Inn. The room with two twin beds was perfect for our needs. The room was very clean, and we really enjoyed the breakfast -- choice of omelet or pecan waffles. We were within walking distance of the Weston Playhouse. We truly enjoyed our stay and will be back.
2nd time staying there. Very comfortable, spacious, and elegant accommodations. Food was excellent. Did not feel genuinely welcome. Felt as though I didn't belong staying there because I wasn't from the upper crest.
Although the room is somewhat outdated and the beds were very hard, it was a charming location and our hosts were very helpful and friendly. The breakfasts were delicious and cooked to order. The grounds are lovely and we especially enjoyed seeing so many birds close up.
This place is wonderful. First of all, we unexpectedly had a funeral to attend that weekend and the owners kindly let us swap days at no extra cost. Very kind. They made us feel like family all the way. Hated to leave and will be back again. I would recommend this place and all its charm to anyone. a perfect Vermont getaway.
The Inn at Weston is a beautiful inn in a quiet Vermont town. The innkeeper's greeting was most welcoming; the inn provided many places to relax and unwind, from the cozy library to the dining area and the deck overlooking the beautiful gardens. A great place to spend a night or a week!
The perfect place to decompress from busy lives. The inn is so comfortable and welcoming, and the hosts couldn't be warmer or more sincere in making guests feel right at home. Linda's breakfasts are a sumptuous start to any day. Looking forward to our next visit!
Excellent B&B. Linda and Bob are Great folks. Linda went above and beyond after I forgot a bag at the Inn. She put it in USPS Overnight mail. I had the bag 20 hours after she left it at the Post Office in Weston, VT. Saved me a car ride back to Vermont. The Inn at Weston will see us regularly in the future.
We had a great stay at The Inn at Weston. Bob and Linda were superb hosts and Bob mixes a great Manhattan. Although the restaurant was closed for dinner, the bar was open and we enjoyed a drink in front of the fire with wonderful live piano music. Breakfast was terrific. We are looking forward to a return trip and getting to see the orchids! Shaun and Linda Curry