Here are a few of our reviews and recommendations:
Tucked in the hills of Vermont, this resort offers the perfect New England family vacation. Situated in a country village like setting, each of the 24 rooms and suites boast spectacular views and spacious accommodations. One-, two- and three-bedrooms suites include private bedrooms, spacious living and dining areas…
A variety of activities are available for all ages ranging from ice skating and skiing to hiking, biking, kayaking, fishing and much more! Families can venture out to other nearby attractions, including the Old Stone House Museum, the Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium and the Hardscrabble Sled Dog Tours.
Tripsavvy – …On the outskirts of the bustling village of Lyndonville, deep in the crevices of Vermont’s remote Northeast Kingdom, the Wildflower Inn beckons to diners with its on-site restaurant: Juniper’s. Here, local meat (including some of the inn’s own pasture-raised beef) is featured extensively on the menu, along with produce and specialty products from a solid assortment of nearby farms. Dinner is served Tuesday through Saturday, both for inn guests and the public.
Caravan Sonnet – ….Our stay at the Wildflower Inn was absolutely wonderful. Even a month later my mom and I continue to talk about how restful and peaceful the property is and how welcoming everyone on staff was. You could tell that there is a closeness and a warm and welcoming atmosphere that is throughout the community. It truly welcomes you in and is wonderful and we would love to go back.
Red Tricycle – …. Every kingdom needs a castle on a hill, and The Wildflower Inn might not have the turrets but it has the feel of a family encampment and lots more besides. With panoramic views angled for sunrise and sunset, the blush-colored buildings are set in over 300 acres of farm and woodland on Darling Hill Ridge. Owners Jim and Mary O’Reilly have been running the inn as a family vacation spot for over 30 years and have fully embraced the biking scene.
Only In Your State….11 Farm To Table Restaurants In Vermont That Are Absolutely Delicious This amazing place at the Wildflower not only uses local products, their entire menu is gluten free! Whether they use gluten free products or avoid adding unnecessary gluten to their soups or sauces, if you like farm to table as well as gluten free dining, Juniper’s is the place for you!
Happy Vermont – …When it comes to spending time outdoors, Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom has everything you could ask for in terms of natural beauty and recreation. It’s easy to spend your days in this remote corner of Vermont biking, paddling, fishing, or hiking. This rural region of Vermont is home to more than 37,500 acres of public lakes and ponds, 3,540 miles of rivers, and arguably the best mountain biking in the country.
Almost SuperMom – ….I am so excited to share this adorable little piece of heaven with you today. Read on to discover the wonder of the Wildflower Inn in Vermont…For the first time in a long while I was able to get away with a couple of my kids and experience a vacation being almost completely unplugged from the outside world. I’m not going to lie, it was a tad scary but it was one of the best things I’ve done for myself and my kids in a long time.
Yankee Magazine – …I walked Darling Hill Road, past the old Darling mansion, a neo-Georgian banana cream pie of a building in yellow and white, and along pastures where Belted Galloway cattle grazed. The trimly bordered pastures, as well as the Quebecois cyclists gathered to visit the lovely, privately built Chapel of the Holy Family just above, lent a look of rural Europe to the scene.
Columbia – …While you could jump in your car and drive country roads to witness nature’s annual color show, we say two wheels are better than four for experiencing all that this season has to offer. So grab your mountain bike and head to one of these spots for a leaf peeping adventure you’ll never forget.
The Wildflower Inn was named Yankee’s Best of New England 2010 for: INN, B&B, FAMILY HOTEL
“New England’s Best Family Resort”- Yankee Magazine
2005 Innkeepers of the Year – Vermont Lodging and Restaurant Association
“Best Inn for Families” – Boston Magazine’s New England Travel & Life