The Wildflower Inn and Juniper's Restaurant
Summer is a special time here at the Wildflower Inn. The flowers are in full bloom and the warm air is a refreshing change after Vermont’s notorious April mud season. While the lupines are in bloom, just as they were at this time last year, walking around the property feels a little different this year. The same smiling faces are tending to gardens and serving burgers and beer on Tuesdays, though with a layer of cloth covering their faces. In addition to tending to your needs, you’ll also see Jim O’Reilly with his new chickens - though from a 6 foot distance. In light of the corona virus situation, there are a few changes that we would like you, as our welcomed guests, to be aware.
JUNIPER'S RESTAURANT: At this time we have outdoor seating, limited indoor seating, and are continuing take-out. As the rules and regulations change almost daily as Vermont re-opens, please see our latest updates on our Juniper's OUT page.
LODGING: In addition to Vermont residents, we are now allowing travelers from some counties in New England and New York (those with less than 400/million active cases, shown on this map which is updated each Monday) to come to Vermont with no restrictions other than the common Covid-19 protocol of 6 foot social distancing, wearing masks in common spaces, and being mindful to wash hands A LOT.
For travelers that do not live in one of the approved counties, or for those that live outside of New England or New York in a county that has more than 400/million active cases, in order to visit Vermont and the Wildflower Inn, travelers must quarantine at home for 14 days, or alternatively, for 7 days followed by a negative COVID test, and then come directly to Vermont from via a personal vehicle.
Help us out by purchasing GIFT CARDS:
This is an incredibly difficult time for businesses in our industry and we are no exception. If you have the means, and are planning to visit or dine with us in the future, you can help us through this time by purchasing Gift Cards from us now. You can do so by calling (802) 626-8310 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
We would really appreciate your help. We hope and pray that you and your family and friends stay healthy during this difficult time.
Jim, Mary and Elaine O'Reilly
Looking for an authentic Vermont country Inn? Maybe a family resort vacation, friends get away to Kingdom Trails or Burke Mountain, or a romantic getaway at a bed and breakfast for just the two of you? Thinking of taking a trip to Vermont for your summer getaway, mountain bike experience, fall foliage viewing, or a winter ski vacation? The Wildflower Inn is a Plein Air painter's paradise, a nature lover's wonderland, and a mountain biker's heaven. Whatever the reason, the Wildflower Inn is the perfect Vermont destination.
Why You Should Book Direct
Best Rate & Amenities Guaranteed
The following amenities are included in your stay when you book direct:
- Best Rates Guaranteed
- Full Country Breakfast every morning
- Fresh baked goodies for Afternoon snack
- Book your dinner reservations at Juniper's with your stay
Home for the Holidays Package
Be our guest and feel at home for this wonderful time of year! All the things you love about going home for Christmas are wrapped up with a bow in our Home for the Holidays Package, right here in wintery VermontLearn more
Dining at The Wildflower Inn
Breakfast, Dinner and Lounge
Juniper's restaurant is the #1 farm to table restaurant in the Burke Mountain area, with extensive options for gluten-free and vegan guests.
The SpokeEasy Lounge is the best for an after ski (or bike) beer overlooking the gorgeous Northeast Kingdom hills and valleys.learn more
Four Seasons for Everyone!
If you're looking to experience one of the best flowing trails in America, make sure you check out our "Bare Bones Bike Package". It includes a pass to mountain bike on Vermont's Kingdom Trails - an adventure that every mountain bike enthusiast should experience.
Lyndonville, VT is located in Vermont's North East Kingdom (NEK). In addition to Lyndonville, the North East Kingdom encompasses a number of Vermont towns including Lyndon, Burke & East Burke.