Cornwall Orchards Bed & Breakfast is a comfortable 1783 Vermont farmhouse located between the Green and Adirondack Mountains just two miles from Middlebury College. We have four guest bedrooms, two on the first floor, with attached private baths. Guests enjoy a lovely deck and welcoming dining room where we serve local and/or organic hot breakfast, family style with locally roasted coffee and good conversation. We are surrounded by farm and orchard country. Within 15-30 minutes you will find superb hiking and skiing, a vibrant local food and fermentation scene, as well as cultural history about the original inhabitants, early settlers, and the underground railroad.
5 on June 15, 2018
Hosts were very friendly and helpful. Breakfast was exceptional with home made coulis for pancake topping. Will return again.
4.6 on March 04, 2018
Was really happy to find this B&B over the holiday, much better than a hotel! Clean, really nice new owners, close to town and skiing but in the country, kids loved the skating pond and trekking thru the woods. Thanks, will definitely come again.
Named for the settler family that built the original cabin, this first-floor west-facing room has a king bed with four pillows and an elegant custom-designed natural cherry headboard. The furniture and art in this ample sized room celebrate all that inspires us about the past. You have two chairs and small writing table. The brightly painted adjoining private bath has a tub and shower and grabber bars for safety. You'll find locally made soap to rejuvenate you after your day?s adventure. Guests love the privacy of the vestibule separating this room from the living room.
If you enjoy connecting with nature, this room will delight you. Otter is a sizable room with a simple maple queen bed and enough floor space for yoga in the morning. Get cozy in this comfortable habitat surrounded by art that evokes nature and the Earth?s beauty. You may hear an owl or the coyotes at night from this room too. You have a comfortable chair, a closet with two peshtemal robes, and Wi-Fi. The brightly painted adjoining private bath with enamel tub and shower is stocked with locally made soap. You will also enjoy the privacy of your own miniature parlor separating this room from the living room.
This second-floor bed-room has two twin beds with beautiful Shaker-style headboards made of natural finish cherry wood. The beds roll together to make a king, as needed?let us know how you would like it set up. The bathroom has a stall shower with frosted glass door and plenty of shelf space with hooks for clothes.This playfully angular room, named for New England philosopher, transcendentalist, scholar, and naturalist Ralph Waldo Emerson has original wide fir floorboards and an exposed beam. The view looks west through the trees to the Adirondack Mountains. Read some poetry, contemplate the day, or get online and play a game in your comfortable chair. Seeing the afternoon sunsets from this room will lift your spirits.
This bright second-floor room has the feeling of an artist?s garret with exposed wood, a sky-light, and hand-crafted décor. A colorful quilt adorns the queen size bed. Alice Baker made a home in this house 200 years ago, but guests will also find some *Through the Looking Glass* inspiration in this colorful space. (Watch your head stepping through the door to the bathroom). The bathroom has low ceilings, a stall shower with frosted glass door, and plenty of shelf space with hooks for clothes. The view looks south to the perennial garden and historic outbuildings.
Rutland, VT (Rutland State Airport) 44 miles
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Micro brews and distilleries, Performing Theater, Ski area, Winery
Historic Inn, Farm
Air conditioning, Board games, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fireplace, Ironing Board, Library, Parking, Wi-Fi
Alarm clock, Bath robes, Hairdryer
Farm to Table