Yellow Farmhouse Inn
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The Yellow Farmhouse Inn is situated on 10 acres of rolling hills and pastures overlooking yet not hearing, Route 100 in the beautiful Mad River Valley. Surrounded by the Northfield Ridge and the Sugarbush Mountains, every season is a wonder. In spring witness the landscape coming alive with the variations of red and green buds on all the trees that surround you. Summer welcomes the the blooming of all of our perennial gardens on property. In the Fall experience the magnificent foliage that encompasses you without ever having to leave the hillside chair, rocker, or porch swing. Finally the winter landscape, enjoy a walk or snowshoe on our Country Road and you'll feel like your a living postcard.
Whether you're waking up with your morning coffee on the front porch watching the sunrise over the ridge, partaking in a seasonal beverage in a secluded spot atop our hill, or enjoying a book and each others company on one of the 3 porches, sun worshipper or shade lover, doesn't matter, there's something and somewhere for everyone's tastes.
Come experience the laid-back luxury of our Vermont bed and breakfast. Romantic and secluded, the Yellow Farmhouse Inn bed and breakfast is nestled on 10 acres, yet minutes from Sugarbush Ski Resort, Mad River Glen Ski Area, restaurants, shopping, nightlife and everything the Mad River Valley has to offer.
Our 1850s farmhouse was stylishly renovated in 2003, maintaining charm of the original dairy farm, while offering guests the amenities of a fine hotel. Our eight spacious guest rooms boast King or Queen beds with luxurious linens and piles of pillows, elegant private baths with Jacuzzis. Select guest rooms offer Vermont Castings stoves to warm you up after a day in the fresh mountain air.
Warm fires, breathtaking views and intimate bed & breakfast lodging make the Yellow Farmhouse Inn the perfect choice for your special Vermont getaway.
A Breakfast of Love and Flavor
We strive to live up to both the 'bed' and the 'breakfast' by providing you with quality foods made with fresh, local ingredients.Our 2 course breakfasts vary daily, sweet one day, all from scratch,and savory the next. All our breakfasts are about love and flavor.
We'll start you off with either fresh fruit or one of Sandra's freshly baked treats and move you into the main course. Our dining area is set up as 2 top tables so you're close enough to mingle if you choose but far enough away to enjoy your privacy.
Breakfast is served from 8-9am but coffee is brewed and available by 7am to take back to your room or to one of our 3 porches. Afternoons are always greeted by the smell of fresh cookies baking. Tea and cocoa are available 24 hours a day and the cookies are plentiful and out no matter what time you arrive!
Although we do not publish our recipes on websites, they are there for the asking for any one of our guests, past or present,as long as you promise not to open a B & B to compete with us.
We accommodate most food allergies and diet restrictions so be sure to let us know your needs.
Mad River Valley
Nestled in the Heart of Central Vermont between two spines of the Green Mountains, the Mad River Valley is about as idyllic a vacation destination as you're going to find. The Mad River winds north from Warren to Waitsfield, by Fayston, then through Moretown before flowing into the Winooski River. The valley is unique in many ways, not least of which is our 3 ski mountains and lack of traffic signals.
The valley is peaceful, but active in a progressive Vermont way: 3 ski mountains, riverside parks, farmer's markets, golfing, ice skating, kayaking, swimming, cross-country skiing, canoeing, tubing, a very active localvore movement and many more activities to participate in.
For those not looking for the active, no worries. Scenic Views, Local Artisan Shops,wonderful restaurants, and the unhurried atmosphere of the Valley will soothe your soul and have you wanting to return year after year.
Whether you are looking to spend a romantic weekend with your partner or ski moguls all week at Sugarbush or Mad River Glen, we're sure you will fall in love with our little Valley as soon as you arrive.
Other Area Attractions
- Sugarbush Mad River Glen Ski Resorts
- Ole's Blueberry Lake Cross Country Ski Centers
- Sugarbush's Robert Trent Jones, Sr. Golf Course
- Trail rides
- Sleigh rides
- Foliage displays
- Covered bridges
- Fine dining
Yellow Farmhouse Inn Guests Say
"Thank you so much for a wonderful getaway. Your hospitality was warm and the room relaxing. The Yellow Farmhouse Inn truly was a home away from home. Thank you again until next time." Jersey City, NJ
Beautiful New England Foliage Tour
"We toured New England for an October Foliage vacation and we realized that we should have stayed the entire 2 weeks at the Yellow Farmhouse Inn and saved ourselves the time of packing and unpacking going to new destinations. The Inn itself is gorgeous and you really don't need to leave the property to enjoy the spectacular mountain foliage views. We did take day trips from Waitsfield, Vermont on 3 different occasions and everything we saw in 2 other states was within an hour drive in each direction from early colors to full peak. My suggestion to anyone planning a foliage driving tour is to stay in the Mad River Valley, we obviously recommend the Yellow Farmhouse Inn, and enjoy the laid back atmosphere, the wonderful colors and the hospitality on Mike & Sandra!"
Great Ski Vacation
"We must say this was the best ski & stay package we've encountered at Sugarbush in our years of coming up. Fantastic breakfast free shuttle pickup to Sugarbush at the Inn's driveway fresh baked treats and hot cocoa by the fire when we returned and a hot jacuzzi before heading out to dinner. The Inn supplied everything they promised on their website and more. The package price with all fees included made our choice a lot easier as we did not need to sit with a calculator trying to figure out that per person per day mess that we see so many other places. Thanks Mike & Sandra for a wonderful experience and we agree with your thoughts as to "why can't skiers be pampered too? I think we all deserve it!"