A bit of our story
"Always trust your cape". The refrain from a wonderful Guy Clark song inspires us to follow dreams and do sometimes crazy things. We had a good life in California, but were ready for a change, so in 2007 we came to VT with our then eight year old daughter, purchased the Robinson Farm with the hope that we could enjoy the great lifestyle Vermont has to offer, and do something we had never done before. The solid farmhouse, multiple barns and expansive grounds were begging for a new life as well, and we thought perhaps we could realize some of its dormant potential. It was important to us to respect the history of the place as we converted the house into a Bed and Breakfast. January 2008 we opened with 4 rooms, and in 2010 we were able to open the final 3 rooms, all the while wondering what we might do with the big barn. In 2014, with the help of a grant from the preservation trust of VT, we were able to make needed structural repairs and give the former huge dairy barn a new job as a celebration venue. It's now over 100 years old and having more fun than ever!
We feel every person who visits, and every couple that gets married here, becomes part of the story and we welcome you to our home