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We stayed at the Williston Village Inn for one night as we were attending a family wedding in the area. I was nervous about booking here because of the reviews, but did not need to be. The inn is lovely and so is the owner. We were met with a smile and there was a plate of fresh baked chocolate chip cookies in the living room. (yum!) As others have said the rooms are spotless and have beautiful furnishings. Our favorite part of the whole inn is the back porch. It was a beautiful place to sit and sip coffee and tea in the morning. I asked Neringa to take our picture out there and she was happy to oblige. My only complaint, as others have said, is that there is no breakfast included, which I would expect for the price we paid. I knew from the reviews not to expect it, but do think it should be stated on the website so that others would know before booking. Otherwise, a lovely place that I would recommend. We stayed in the Cherry Room.
Googled B&Bs in the Burlington, Vt. area. Then googled B&Bs outside of Burlington. This Inn came up. It was initially entered as 1 of 2 B&Bs. Later, once we could find it, we were told it was NOT a B&B, but an inn. We expected breakfast but to no avail. The Inn was difficult to find and the owner said that we had to run the zip code and not use a gps address. The Inn was clean and the female owners was helpful, but it was pricey and with NO breakfast.
We stayed here for two nights recently after spending two nights closer in to Burlington. To say we were disappointed is an understatement. While the inn itself is nicely appointed, the welcome by the hostess was lukewarm, there was no breakfast provided, just keurig coffee and biscotti in a wrapper, and that was about it. The inn itself is filled with lovely antiques, and the room was nice, however with the recent heat wave and no air conditioning in the main living area, we did not feel like lingering. We will likely go elsewhere if visiting Burlington again. Nothing special at all about this B&B and actually felt like it was lacking warmth and a welcoming feeling.
This is a beautiful, antique inn which is situated slightly outside of Burlington. Definitely worth the drive though. The owner was very friendly and helpful, and there is always a plate of freshly-baked cake or cookies in the lobby. Outside of the winter months, there is also a great garden to enjoy. I highly recommend this place!
Our stay was odd. Booked a room with two twin beds and ended up sharing the room with my son when his flight was cancelled. No one in office at our arrival in the late afternoon, and no sign telling guests what to do. Asked someone sitting in back yard who directed me to a door marked Private. The owner came out and said the front door should have been locked o we could not get in! We were shown our room which was fine, but I asked for an extra towel in the bathroom and was told No. The owner said " two guests, so two towels." I bought a towel at Wal Mart. There was a coffee maker with tea in the main room, and the info book in the room said there were pastries available at all times, so when we were leaving at 10 am I assumed we could get coffee and a pastry ( there was no mention of other food, so we did not expect any). Instead, the owner was standing in the hall literally between us and the room with the coffee. She asked for our key and bid us goodbye. We felt hustled out the door. The Inn was more than the local chain hotels. We won't repeat the experience.
I booked a room here for my wife as she was travelling from Los Angeles to Vermont to pick up our dayghter from summer camp. It seemed nice and was reasonably near the airport as she would be arriving late at night - around 10pm. The booking was through Expedia, through whom I had searched for a hotel - no coupons, discounts, special rates - just the regualr room rate for one night. At 6:15pm on the day she was to arrive, while she was still in the air, I received an email from Expedia saying "the hotel cannot accept your reservation". I spent an hour on the phone - from the UK - with Expedia trying to resolve this. The first representative put the phone down on me as the didn't know what to do and the second lost me after 45 minutes and I was unable to reconnect. I sent an email to the Williston Village Inn - they did not answer the phone, which I thought odd - and I have yet to receive any kind of response 24 hours later. I found and booked my wife a room at the Hilton in Burlington as I needed to sort out something for a woman travelling alone late at night in a strange city. Most of this fault is with Expedia, who were shocking, but the hotel owes me a response and explanation. I have never in my life known a hotel cancel a reservation at all, let alone at the last minute. Beware.
Stayed here last weekend. Couldn't be more happy! I booked on booking.com but called the inn after. The owner was a sweet heart! I told her I had celiac and she said she could make me gluten free waffles or pancakes. We arrived at 2:30 and were able to check in. I've stayed at tons of Bed and Breakfasts and this is at the top of the lush for being the nicest. The home was built 17 years ago. So it's very modern but also has that comfy inn touch. The bed was amazing. Best sleep I've had in months. Did not want to get up. The whole home was so clean and very gorgeous. Williston is a quick drive to Burlington but in a quiet area. Breakfast was amazing! Just enough. The only complaint was on booking.com they said it had a spa bath. I asked her about this and she explained that that site is European and it means different things than in the States. She apologized because it was not her fault. The bathroom was private and very clean and that was good enough for me. Overall can't say enough good. Owner was a sweetheart very friendly. Gorgeous clean modern home. Comfy cozy spacious room. Great breakfast. Close to Burlington all at a great price! Would recommend over and over! Another cool thing that the husband is an Olympic gold medalist and the home has so many pictures and the medal displayed!
We booked a room for three women and were told we would have a bed and pull-out couch; the pull-out was not made up and was of such poor quality (one could feel the springs through the thin mattress) that we all slept in one bed; we had read of the "waffle experience" and so informed our hostess that we would prefer eggs; she agreed but was not enthusiastic. We each received a large plate with one poached egg, two thin slices of kiwi, one thin slice of strawberry and a slice of rotting banana that was the size of my baby finger! We were not offered bread, toast or anything to accompany this meagre meal. In summary, the room is over-priced, the breakfast is terrible and hospitality is seriously lacking.
If you are looking for a clean nice room in a 1960's era tract house on a busy highway, this is your place. Our room was clean, comfortable and the beds were good. We had the same waffle experience described by other disappointed guests. But this was not the kind of B&B experience we expected. We thought we were going to be staying in a Country Inn. We should have read the reviews more carefully before we booked. We stayed in 15 B&Bs during October in Atlantic Canada, Maine and Vermont. This was our only "mis". All of the others had some "character" and we were made to feel welcome. In this house, not so much. If I had it to do over again, I would have preferred a Days Inn.
We four weary pilgrims arrived late in the afternoon and were thrilled to see that our rooms were large, comfortable and quiet. We had very busy days seeing the sights of the Burlington VT area, and were thankful for this retreat just minutes outside of Burlington proper. The hostess was formal, professional, and gave us good advice about things to see in the area. We enjoyed our breakfasts, not overly large, but satisfying. When in the Burlington area, we definitely recommend this B&B.
Located in Williston North, Williston Village Inn is 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from Catamount Outdoor Family Center and within a 10-minute drive of Round Church. This 5-room, 3.5-star guesthouse has a coffee shop/café, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking.
Get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café.
The 5 rooms are individually decorated and have refrigerators and free bottled water. Guests can expect plasma TVs with cable channels, along with free WiFi and wired Internet. Free toiletries are also included.
At Williston Village Inn, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas, coffee in a common area, and express check-out. Free parking is included with your stay. The front desk has multilingual staff that can answer questions about the accommodations, services, and more. Additional amenities include a terrace and a garden.