Oh, where to start? My family stayed at Whetstone Inn for a special birthday treat, thinking that at $300 per room per night we were going to experience a lovely comfortable stay in a beautiful southern Vermont location. Southern Vermont is great but the Whetstone Inn is NOT. The place was furnished shabbily, with threadbare carpet and worn upholstery in the common room -- indeed, the sofas and armchairs looked as though they should have been thrown out a decade or two before. Rooms were OK, although one of them, at the top of a staircase, was uncomfortably tiny and its bathroom had to be accessed via a few down steps and a few up steps and a very squeaky door we were sure woke our next door neighbors. Water pressure was a joke. I never have had to bathe myself at the sink in the United States of America, but the shower only produced a trickle that alternated between icy cold and scalding hot. At breakfast our host, a man over the age of 80, shuffled over to us in bedroom slippers and badgered us while we placed our breakfast orders. I think we were supposed to find his cantankerous abuse charming. We were refused coffee refills, and one of our scrambled eggs arrived uncooked at the center. Otherwise the food was serviceable. We left The Whetstone Inn feeling unwashed, unhappy, and swindled.
Colonial style Country Inn dating from 1790 encompassing 2 buildings & cottages. Amenities:Television (Cable/Satellite). Non Smoking Rooms. Hotel Details:19 Rooms.
Built in 1790. Pets Allowed. Photocopy Service. Pet Fee Ind. Fax (For Guests). Room Service. Pool (Outdoor). Hot Tub. ...
Converted sawmill overlooking Deerfield River. All rooms with private bath and cable color TV. Fireplace in lounge, licensed public bar
and dining rooms featuring premium steaks, fresh fish, daily specials and unique salad bar. Vacation packages available. Convenient village ...