While I was looking at colleges with my daughter, we spent 3 nights at the Button Bay Bed and Breakfast.l, the loveliest B&B I have ever stayed at! It is perched at the edge of Lake Champlain and both rooms look out onto Lake Champlain and the Adirondacks. From by bed I could see the lake and foothills and hear the sleet tapping on my window. It was wonderful and despite the weather, it was so pretty, even in April before the leaves were on the trees. Everything here is in tip-top shape. It is impeccably clean and decorated so nicely. The Stardust room is very large and has enough room to relax in different areas of the room. The common area between the two bedrooms is very comfortable, with a comfy couch, TV, and breakfast table right at the window so you can enjoy the views while you eat breakfast! Speaking of breakfast, they are delicious! Paulette serves two breakfasts — the first one is a “continental” breakfast, with coffee, fresh fruit, Homeade granola, yogurt, and a sweet bread like scones. The reason I say “continental” is that from my perspective, it was a full breakfast with everything I love to eat! Then about a half an hour later (or whatever time suits you — they are very flexible), Paulette serves a hot breakfast, which is fresh, local eggs, or French Toast (ours was peach — yummy) and local sausage or bacon. What a feast, and served so beautifully. I so hope we find ourselves back in the area, because I really want to come back. Paulette and Joe are wonderful hosts and their B&B sets a high bar!
The owners have completely mastered the art of the B&B. A three course breakfast and ridiculously comfortable mattress makes for an unforgettable experience. Easy access to the mountain via shuttle and endless cookies in the living room were two major highlights. .
I couldn’t say enough good things about the Sugartree inn! The place was awesome and so welcoming. Every morning the breakfast was spectacular and you were welcomed by warm faces. The ride to the mountain was very short and easy to get to, you could basically see the mountain from the inn. The room that I stayed in was spacious and very clean. Everyday our bed was made and trash taken out. The owners Graham and Maxine made everyone feel so welcomed and made sure you had an awesome stay! We will definitely be going back!
Graham and Maxine were just delightful! Their B&B is a perfect retreat very close to Sugar Bush Ski area. They were extremely accommodating and helpful. The morning breakfasts were delicious. We would highly recommend a stay here and when we come back to the area we will stay with them again.
We love staying in B&B's...this was truly one of the best! Maxine and Graham are the most amazing hosts and the Head of Guest Relations, Alfie, stole our hearts. Relaxation is so easy in the comfy living area with a fire going always at the right time and readily available warm drinks and cookies. There are tons of books, games, and a fantastic collection of DVD's. Maxine always supplied a fantastic breakfast that was delicious and different every day. Eggs Benedict, baked omelets, fruit laden pancakes, the best oatmeal I have ever tasted along with the thick cut bacon and daily fresh fruit specialties. If you looking for a place to stay in Warren, there is no better! We stayed in the Nuthatch which had the most comfortable English feather duvet and mattress topper that was heavenly. It is also on the route of the Sugarbush shuttle, so we were there in minutes. We cannot wait to go back!!!
We cannot say enough great things about Graham and Maxine! The B&B is so conveniently located, service is excellent (breakfast oh my!) the outdoor hot tub, the rooms are all unique, cozy and wonderful beds and then there is Alfie-what a wonderful dog and head of guest relations. We have been coming here for over 10 years and love it!
We just stayed overnight to attend a nearby wedding, but loved the inn and found our room extremely comfortable. It was a welcome relaxing haven after an exciting and fun celebration! Breakfast next morning was delicious!
I struck gold on this trip, the owners Jim and Lucy were absolutely the nicest and best hosts of any accomodation i have stayed in anywhere in my travels through the years, the house is steeped in history and Lucy will give you a rundown on all the furnishings and objets d'art in the house and its history (including the kitchen). The house itself is over 200 years old the rooms are a dream (includes a reading room off each bedroom) the furnishings are divine. The house and outer buildings are 100% environmentally sustainable Jim even makes organic waffles for breakfast, The whole experience was like a dream come true for someone like who is a history buff and avid environmentalist, for people who are more active there are mountain bike trails hiking Hey you can even feed the donkeys, divine experience i cant wait for my next visit and meet my new friends again, jim even dropped me back into town what a personal touch
This is a hidden jewel. Joe and Paulette were very nice and helpful. Wish we could of stayed for breakfast. The views we're amazing, along with the most beautiful sunset over Lake Champlain. Highly recommend a stay here.
Lucy was a wonderful host and the home and property were equally lovely. Four of us stayed in the Ball Room quite comfortably. The A/C cooled the room well and the shared bathroom was fine for our group plus one other guest. Breakfast was freshly baked each morning and we enjoyed it gathered around a large dining table. Would definitely stay again if in the area (not too far from Burlington either).