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The Comstock House Bed & Breakfast
Plainfield, VT 05667
Perched high in the hills east of Motpelier, The Comstock house has a panoramic view of the surrounding countryside, Camel's Hump, Lincoln Peak, Hunger Mountain, Spruce Mountain, the rolling hills, open pastures, farms, stretch to the the horizon. Enjoy the scenery over a homemade breakfast or while wandering the fields and forest.
Come spend some time and let us take care of you with old-fashioned Vermont hospitality. Every morning features a homemade breakfast served in our dining room or, weather permitting, on the deck overlooking the view. We're surrounded by the farms of central Vermont but we're an easy drive from Burlington, Boston, Hartford, New York and Montreal. Convenient to Interstate 89, we're just 10 minutes for Barre and 15 minutes from Montpelier. The beauty and wonder of the Northeast Kingdom begins just a 15-minute drive from us. Plenty of options for relaxing, recreating or exploring await at the Comstock House Farm or parlor or outside under the canopy of our century-old maples. Go bicycling, strolling, hiking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. We'll give you directions to some of our region's to attractions: Stow, Sugarbush, the Vermont Statehouse, the granite quarries, Ben & Jerry's. There's fishing, canoeing, kayaking, swimming and skating all nearby. San central Vermont has some of the best restaurants around. Ask us and we'll share some of our favorites.
Featured Massachusetts Home Town
Essex is a scenic small town that has retained much of the character
and charm of its nineteenth century shipbuilding heritage. Today you'll
find Essex to be small, but bustling along its main roads, routes 133
and 22 and quiet and rural on the back roads. There are a number of attractions
to lure you for a day or longer, especially the restaurants, antiques,
and river cruises.
Much of the history and present day activity in Essex revolves around
the Essex River. This beautiful tidal estuary winds its way back and forth,
eventually reaching clam flats and sand dunes behind Crane Beach Reservation,
then finally through a narrow mouth to the Atlantic Ocean.
One of the best ways to experience this unique town and its place in
history is spending an hour or two in the Essex Shipbuilding Museum. Located
at the end of the Essex River and adjoining a boat yard, here you'll find
out how this small town of a few thousand people became one of America's
premier shipbuilding centers in its heyday. When visiting Gloucester you'll
see exhibits of the "great age of sail," when Gloucester's fishing
fleet sailed to the fishing grounds on mighty schooners. It was here that
many of these incredible ships were built, and they were built here in
Essex, with hand tools and remarkable skill.
The natural highlight of Essex is the river, and your visit isn't complete
unless you see this beautiful tidal estuary. There are a few different
ways to do this, including a scenic narrated boat tour, sailboat charters
tours or even on a kayak. You'll easily find them in our Find Attractions
section just click here for "Boat
Rides/Tours/Cruises" and more
The Green Mountain Inn
Offering the best accommodations in Stowe, Vermont, the Green
Mountain Inn offers the perfect blend of modern comfort and classic touches
in 105 unique guest rooms, luxury suites and village townhouses. Guests enjoy
two acclaimed restaurants, specialty shops, a year-round heated outdoor pool,
game room, afternoon tea and cookies, free WiFi, use of a fully-equipped health
club offering a large Jacuzzi and massage services. The Inn also specializes
in hosting corporate retreats, Stowe Vermont meetings, weddings, "escape"
ceremonies and events of all kinds! Getting married in Vermont is one of the
most romantic adventures you'll ever have, especially during autumn in Vermont
when the New England fall foliage is at its most spectacular. Come discover
the charm of our luxury hotel in Stowe, Vermont.
The Bayleaf Cottages
All the charm and comfort of a B&B without the cost! Designer cottages and motel overlooking Penobscot Bay just .5 miles from Lincolnville Beach and the Islesboro Ferry. Nearby to Camden Hills State Park, Cellardoor Winery, Salt Water Farm cooking school, Camden Harbor for sailing/dining/shopping, lighthouses, museums, and more! Continental breakfast included, free WIFI, pet-friendly, kids playground and play cottage, library, bistro with seafood cooking classes, and Saturday night Maine lobster dinners ($12) by reservation. Open May thru October.
Featured New Hampshire Restaurant
The Canoe Club
The Canoe Club was launched in November of 2003 in the center of “downtown Hanover” with the goal of providing a stylish, yet informal, gathering spot for the Upper Valley. From the beginning, our intention was to present fresh local and regional food and beverage within a broad price range, complemented by distinctive, yet unobtrusive entertainment. Guests often mention the “good energy” they feel upon entering the Canoe Club - the welcoming staff, the smell of tasty food, and the vibrant scene.
The Canoe Club is festooned with authentic thematic ephemera, specifically items that harken back to Dartmouth history, the considerable local summer camp heritage, and the rustic, canoe-related traditions of the Northeast. We are particularly proud of our 1918 Old Town sailing canoe, our Chestnut canoe from the 1930's laden with single malt Scotches, the old sign from the summit of Mt. Moosilauke, and various 19th century Dartmouth artifacts. Several panels from the original Lloyd’s of London are also incorporated into the interior of the Canoe Club.
We hope the Canoe Club’s leather couches, waterwall and other custom features suggest an inviting, comfortable setting for straightforward food with a flair.