A rambling, luxuriously relaxing place to stay and one of the best places to dine in the Green Mountain State.–Yankee Magazine, November/December 2011Innkeepers Jane and David Sandelman rescued this historic 1792 stagecoach stop from oblivion in 2002, creating a wonderful escape from 21st-century cares (although the inn is WiFi wired). Hawk Mountain looms above the gracious inn, which looks offers 12 guest rooms and looks out over a scenic pond on 21 peaceful, out-of-the way acres. Gourmands beat a path to the door for chef Scott Myers’ outstanding cuisine in the 1880s carriage house. They are drawn by a menu that mixes seafood and wild game, farm-fresh ingredients, and flavors ranging from Asia to the American Southwest.
New England Traveler
Planning a New England day trip, weekend getaway, or longer adventure? Explore our curated New England travel directory, featuring picks from the editors of Yankee Magazine (the New England experts since 1935) for the best things to do in each state, plus where to shop, eat, and stay.