Wednesday, July 17, 2013

The Grafton Inn - Vermont

 We continued our road trip from Maine through New Hampshire to Vermont, 
where we stayed at 1801 The Grafton Inn, in the small village of Grafton. 




 The Grafton Inn was previously named the Old Tavern At Grafton. 
I found it through Historic Hotels of America. 
Our evening meal in the dining room was delicious with excellent service. 

Breakfast was included and served in the casual sun porch in the back of the inn.  
Breakfast included Blueberry Scones served with butter, jam and tea,
and a nice menu selection of farm fresh foods.
The next morning we continued our journey.  

Glenn and I had been there on a previous trip  to VT, and looked forward to visiting
again.  Unfortunately, we didn't take photos due to the downpour of rain.
However, we did enjoy our shopping and lunch in the Bryant House Restaurant next door. 
Below, I had the delicious chicken salad with Gluten Free toast.  
I was very pleased on our nine-day trip to find many Gluten Free options.

3 comments:

Steph said...

Wow - it's been so fun to watch your family's adventures (and growth) over a few years!

relevanttealeaf said...

Lovely accommodations, and visiting the Vermont Country Store would be a fun experience.

Marilyn said...

I would love staying here. I have heard of this inn in the past, how wonderful for you to stay there.

 

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