The Inn at Grace Farm rests between spectacular Lake Champlain and the high peaks region of the Green Mountains in Vermont’s most fertile and diverse farming region. The views from the Inn are stunning, stretching over 75 miles to the south and encompassing the Northwestern corner of Vermont. See additional photos at TheInnAtGraceFarm.com.Resting on 120 acres of land, conserved by The Vermont Land Trust to preserve its rich geography and unsurpassed views, this unique treasure was opened to visitors in the fall of 2008. Convenient to Burlington and the airport, (25 minutes), Smugglers Notch (25 minutes), Lake Champlain (25 minutes), the inn is a perfect place to plan a Vacation. Whether planning a night out on the Town in Burlington, Vermont’s arts and entertainment capital or a day of boating in Lake Champlain there is plenty to see and do. We offer a self-serve continental breakfast during the week. We add a hot dish on the weekends.
4.4 on July 31, 2015
Spotless and charming B and B with exceedingly helpful owners and delicious freshly-made breakfast. Only complaint is that downstairs room (hazelnut room) is right off the main sitting and eating area so it is loud and not as private as I would have liked. Also much noise from guests overhead. Stay on the second floor and you will have a perfect stay!
4.8 on May 17, 2015
The Inn was beautifully appointed. We enjoyed our stay. Breakfast was delicious and the view was outstanding! John and Bonnie Hall Connecticut
5 on February 15, 2015
Breakfasts were delicious, innkeepers were friendly and accommodating, my room was spacious and well-appointed. Loved staying here.
4.6 on October 03, 2014
Liz and Jason have done a wonderful job we would highly recommend. We will be back. Thank you for a great time.
5 on June 04, 2014
My fiance and I absolutely loved The Inn At Grace Farms! We traveled there for my nephew’s graduation from UVM. We did not want to stay in the midst of all the chaos of graduation and out-of-towners. The Inn at Grace Farms was perfect! And not far from Burlington at all. Jason and Liz are excellent hosts, very knowledgeable about the area, very accommodating and made sure we had everything we needed. Jason and Liz put a lot of caring attention into the Inn and the comfort of their guests. The Inn is beautiful, as well as the views. You never know what you will see out there. There are ponies that graze in the field across the road, but we also saw wild turkeys. The breakfasts that Jason and Liz provide are wonderful (quiches, waffles, cereal, yogurt, fruit, croissants, muffins, doughnuts, OJ, etc.)! We stayed in the Sunset room. The beds were the most comfortable beds I have ever slept in (wish I had checked to see what type of mattress they have so I can buy one for home) and it is so peaceful at the Farm. We didn't mind the short drive to Burlington at all. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay! I highly recommend The Inn at Grace Farms! No complaints at all!
4.6 on April 21, 2014
We really enjoyed our short stay. It is a beautiful Inn.
5 on June 21, 2012
It’s my dream home! The pictures on the website are very representative of this Inn. When we approached from the road and walked inside the first time, I remembered the pictures and realized the place looks just as I saw it online. I was not disappointed. The Inn is fresh, simple, clean, cozy, and welcoming. The views across the street are beautiful. We saw deer frolicking in the field with the mountains behind them and two ponies grazing in the front yard. It is a short drive from UVM, where we visited our son. The expressway was convenient, and I appreciated the little drive away from the hustle and bustle of Burlington. Jason was so helpful to me when making the reservation. I left a phone message, and he got right back to me. Upon check-in, I was amazed at the Inn's cleanliness. The public areas and room were welcoming, clean and comfortable. Our room was the smallest offered, but was still roomy and large enough for us. The bathroom was clean and stocked with organic Vermont hand soap and other nice toiletries in the shower. Thick towels and a very comfy mattress, too! It was hot outside, so I was glad the room had a fan. Delicious breakfast! My favorite item was the baked berry dish. Liz kindly shared her recipe. We heard Liz helping other guests make plans for their day. She is extremely knowledgeable about the area and where to go for whatever you'd like to do. There were many tourist brochures, magazines, and books for our reference, also. We enjoyed sitting in the common room drinking coffee and tea while reading through some of them. We wanted more time there, and we will definitely go back! I consider myself a serious hotel snob, and I have had only one other B&B experience many years ago. This Inn far exceeded my expectations. It was absolutely perfect for us. Liz and Jason are kind, intelligent, and relaxed innkeepers, who care for their Inn and it shows. I am looking forward to returning to Vermont and to the Inn at Grace Farm.
5 on October 21, 2011
My wife and I recently wrapped up our stay at The Inn at Grace Farm and could not have been happier with our experience! The setting of this B&B is absolutely fantastic. The Inn itself is amazing too as it is fairly new construction but has a very quaint and historic feel. Jason and Liz were just wonderful and so willing to help us plan our first trip to Vermont. The food was great and we really liked the convenience of eating at our own pace, rather than sitting around for a formal gathering. We normally try and stay within walking distance of attractions when traveling, but Grace Farm's country setting is clearly the way to go when visiting northern Vermont. The view of the fall foilage and Green Mountains from The Inn was spectacular, yet we were still conveniently located near Burlington, Stowe, and many fun outdoor activities.
5 on September 11, 2011
My sister and I planned a trip to Vermont in early September to see the beginning of color, visit the quaint villages, and simply explore this beautiful state. In researching for a place to stay, I decided on The Inn at Grace Farm for our first evening...with no plans to stay longer. As Hurricane Irene reared her ugly head, our plans changed slightly because we were now going to be limited in our destinations. After our first night I inquired on the next 2 nights since we felt at home, the Inn is immaculate, Liz is charming, our room and view was outstanding....so why leave. Much to our delight our room was available the next 2 nights since it was the middle of the week. A couple of mornings Liz, my sister and myself sat for a while drinking coffee and chatting...very comfortable and relaxing. Liz assisted us in checking out our daily destinations to make sure they were accessible due to the storm and offered to make phone calls on our behalf. So if you're looking for a quaint, charming, clean inn that serves excellent breakfasts....this is the place to go.
4.8 on August 20, 2011
The location is gorgeous, the views were amazing, & the breakfasts were to die for! An excellent place for a quiet, romantic getaway!
Mansfield offers tremendous mountain views with two queen beds with ultra-plus hypo-allergenic mattresses, private bath and high definition Sony Bravia TV. The cathedral timber frame space is a delight with a small sitting area between the beds.
Willoughby has mountain views, king bed, ultra-plus hypo-allergenic mattress, private bath, high definition Sony Bravia TV. A futon with a full spring mattress makes this room versitle for sitting for two or sleeping for four.
Cozy room with queen bed, ultra-plus hypo-allergenic mattress, private bath, high definition Sony Bravia TV and forest views.
Hazelnut is a first Level disabled accessible room with forest views, king bed, ultra-plus hypo-allergenic mattress, private bath with shower style tub and hand wand, high definition Sony Bravia TV and quaint timber joist ceiling. A futon with a full spring mattress makes this room versitle for sitting for two or sleeping for four.
The October Barn is a round Timber frame event barn for wedding receptions, corporate retreats, family reunions, Christmas Parties and more.
Ski areas, Airport, City, Countryside, Mountains, Small town, Suburban, Village, Wine country
Burlington, VT (BTV) 22 miles
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Incredible skiing at Smugglers Notch, Jay Peak, and Stowe., Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Vineyard, Winery
Other, Bed and Breakfast, Country Inn
Air conditioning, Conference Rooms, Copier, Private entrance, Telephone, Wedding Facilities , Hazelnut Room has disabled access
Alarm clock, Bath robes, Board games, Coffee/Tea facilities, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Water sports