Wilder Farm Inn Bed & Breakfast
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Wilder Farm Inn...where farm-fresh meets fashion-forward.
We have made a conscious decision to create an atmosphere more appealing to today's traveler. With a relaxed vibe and some fresh decorating, it's apparent that grandma doesn't live here anymore. Gone are the days of doilies and old-time quilts. We have eight uniquely and individually decorated guestrooms which are sure to fit anyone's style. From country chic to hotel boutique, we're sure you'll find a room that's perfect for you!
It's all about the food...from preparation to presentation, we take pride it what you eat. Breakfasts are freshly prepared with organic ingredients; some coming straight from our garden and others locally foraged. Our baked goods are made from scratch, and we offer a thoughtful menu featuring a creative culinary flare. What can be better?....it's served to you on Luke's handmade pottery.
Our grounds are perfect for reading that book, enjoying a glass of wine, playing some bocce & horseshoes or even taking that well-deserved nap. Our property is also home to The Naked Potter Studio & Gallery, an 1840's post & beam lovingly built by the potter himself. Come browse the gallery or take your try at a pottery lesson.
Besides the obvious Vermont attractions, Sugarbush, Mad River Glen, Ben & Jerry's, the farmers' market, we love to share our local knowledge of those special hidden gems. We are passionate about making your stay exactly what you want it to be, whether its outdoor fun, fine dining, art, etc...we care.
Since purchasing it in 2004, our inn continues to evolve. We enjoy looking for new ways to give our guests those unexpected little details. We are committed to our original vision of creating a beautiful, comfortable place where our guests feel welcomed, relaxed and like they never want to leave.
Wi-Fi equipped and satellite TV
Birds, animals and wild flowers abound on the 3+ lush acres surrounding our inn. Whether you are sitting on one of the two verandas or lounging on an oversized hammock, you will be in total harmony with nature. As you walk the grounds you will pass many pieces of farm history. Our "lawn art" will bring back visions of Vermont's nostalgic past. Blue skies, mountain views and starry nights will have you planning your return trip to the Wilder Farm Inn.
3 hours from Boston:
Take I-93 north into New Hampshire to I-89 North (Concord, NH) Stay on I-89 North through New Hampshire and into Vermont to Exit 9 (Middlesex exit) At the end of the ramp, go Left, cross under I-89 to the stop sign Go Left on Route 2 east for 1 mile, then go Right on Route 100B Take 100B through Moretown Village. Route 100B turns into Route 100. We are located approximately 2 miles on the right.
5 ½ hours from New York City:
Take I-84 east into Connecticut to I-91 North (Hartford, CT) Take I-91 north through Massachusetts and into Vermont Take I-89 North exit (White River Junction) and continue to Exit 9 (Middlesex)
At the end of the ramp, go Left, cross under I-89 to the stop sign Go Left on Route 2 east for 1 mile, then go Right on Route 100B Take 100B through Moretown Village Route 100B turns into Route 100. We are located approximately 2 miles on the right.
5 - 5 ½ hours from New Jersey/New York City - ALTERNATE:
Take New York Thru-Way North to Exit #24 Albany. Pay Toll. Take Exit 1N for 87 North. Take 87 North to Exit #20. Go to traffic light & make left onto Rt. 149 East. Pass shopping area, make right to stay on 149 East. Continue for approximately 30 minutes. At traffic light, Fort Anne Antiques Bldg. on left, gas station on right - make a left onto Route 4 North towards Rutland. Take 4 North through Rutland. Look for Route 4 East sign and make a left onto Route 4 East. Driving on Rt 4 East you enter Killington, As you drive down Pico mountain you will see sign for Rt. 100 North on your left. Make a left onto Rt. 100 N. We are exactly 46.5 miles North on Rt. 100. After you go through the "Village of Waitsfield", we are approx. 2 ½ miles North on left.
2 1/2 hours from Montreal:
Take I-89 South into Vermont and continue past Burlington to Exit 10 (Stow/Waterbury, VT) Bear right off the exit ramp to the stop sign Turn left on Route 2 and proceed through Waterbury Village Once through Waterbury, turn right on Route 100 South Proceed 7 miles to the stop sign, then turn right on Route 100 South Follow Route 100. We are located approximately 2 miles on the right.