Wilmington, Vermont, is located in southern part of the state, among the Green Mountains and Deerfield Valley. Although the town itself boasts only a couple thousand residents, visitors flock to the area each year to witness the beautiful fall foliage and spectacular winter sports. Staying in a Wilmington bed and breakfast is the perfect way to spend a chilly fall or winter night, and many historic options are available in the area. In July of 2008, the Molly Stark Byway was officially opened. It features nearly 50 miles of scenic roadway that begins and ends in Brattleboro and Bennington. Those who stay in Wilmington are right in the middle of the byway. Driving either way out of town, travelers will encounter quaint towns, small shops, and magnificent scenery. So book yourself a Wilmington bed and breakfast or a Wilmington inn so that you can have the time of your life.
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20 Cross Road, West Chesterfield, New Hampshire
Beautiful New Hampshire Inn, combining traditional comforts & modern luxuries with delicious food, friendly service, and country ambiance. Check out our summer specials!
108 Old Main Street, Deerfield, Massachusetts
An original New England country inn, nano local Champney's restaurant on site, children welcome, dogs with advance okay. History abounds, and family fun - rafting, farms, hiking, shopping, music.