The Inn at Sawmill Farm Coupons and Deals
Bed and Breakfast on Site of Former Sawmill and Farm Before it was converted into a bed and breakfast in 1967, the property now known as The Inn At Sawmill Farm served for more than 170 years as, well, a sawmill and then a farm. During the Southern Vermont estate's transformation into an inn, the new owners retained as much of the original buildings as possible. The dairy barn’s hand-hewn posts and boards were repurposed in the new construction, and a portion of the barn's old-fashioned red-and-white exterior became part of an interior hallway. The hayloft is now a library and game room, and sheep stalls were converted into bedrooms. Antiques and quilts complement the down-home flavor of the place, where 21 guest rooms are divvied up among several cottages dotting the 20-acre property. Tucked in the Green Mountains, the inn is also located just a few minutes from Mount Snow, making it a tranquil home base for an outdoorsy retreat. The Inn At Sawmill Farm’s main house includes its library, a living room with a fireplace and several couches, and the standard and deluxe rooms. Standard room #8 comes with a four-poster queen-size bed, and deluxe room #5 has been decorated in elegant shades of peach, with a private balcony for enjoying the view. Fishing ponds, hiking trails, and tennis courts are all located nearby. The inn's onsite restaurant, Nonna’s, serves traditional Italian dishes Friday–Monday. The menu lists a variety of pastas as well as Nonna’s signature meatballs, which come glazed in a plum-tomato ragu. Cannoli filled with orange-scented ricotta make for a satisfying finish. Each morning, dig into a complimentary breakfast. West Dover, Vermont: Countryside in the Mount Snow Valley West Dover is a small town in Vermont's Mount Snow Valley, a rural area that's becoming increasingly popular with out-of-towners, as evidenced by West Dover's more than 30 bed and breakfasts. Local attractions include abundant farm-to-table dining and a slew of outdoor activities at Mount Snow, which stays open year round. Skiers and snowboarders take to the slopes in winter, and warmer weather brings hikers and mountains bikers eager to take on more than 20 miles of trails. Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.
The Fine Print
Vouchers may not be combined to extend stay • Only valid for stays between now and September 19, 2013 • Reservations required and subject to availability • Not valid toward existing or room block reservations • Merchant cancellation/rescheduling policy and fees apply once booking is made; voucher subject to forfeiture • Voucher valid for up to 2 guests • Taxes/resort fee not included; payable directly to the property • Nights must be spent consecutively; all inclusions must be redeemed during one stay • Blackout date(s): August 9-11
The Escape Kit • A One-Night Stay for Two in a Standard Room in the Main House, Sundays through Thursdays ($99) or Fridays and Saturdays ($109) • Or, a One-Night Stay for Two in a Deluxe Room in the Main House, Sundays through Thursdays ($125) or Fridays and Saturdays ($135) • Breakfast for Two • Bottle of Wine The Destination Despite its name, Southern Vermont's Mount Snow Valley is as lively in the spring and summer as it is in the winter. As the sugar maples bloom, they bring with them a whole new crop of outdoor-sports enthusiasts. Hiking and mountain biking trails abound in the Deerfield Valley, while kayaking and canoeing are popular on the Harriman Reservoir. Quaint restaurants and antiques shops line the streets of little towns like Wilmington and Dover, and golf enthusiasts will find no fewer than 36 holes within minutes of Mount Snow. Hey, they don't call 'em the Green Mountains for nothing. The Digs In quiet West Dover, The Inn at Sawmill Farm started out as a dairy farm, but was converted to an inn in 1967 and hasn't looked back. Rooms in the main house are adorned with elegant floral décor and offer flat-screen TVs, private baths, plush robes, and perfumed soaps. The 20-acre property is fertile ground for outdoor fun; anglers will be in hog heaven at the two trout ponds, where catch-and-release fishing is allowed. If tennis is your game, bring your racquets and work on your serve at the inn's tennis court, cooling off with a dip in the pool afterward. Those who prefer to stay indoors can read or play games in the upstairs library, or relax with an in-room massage. At dinnertime, check out on-site Nonna's Restaurant, serving Italian dishes like shrimp scampi and veal piccata.
Welcome! Offering age-old tradition and timeless recipes that have been passed down through generations, the restaurant successfully combines cuisine and atmosphere to create a dining experience that won't soon be forgotten. Quiet and elegant, this is the kind of place that could be your home away from home - smells of spices and homemade cooking fill the air while a friendly and knowledgeable wait staff bends over backwards to cater to your every need. The menu is vast and impressive showcasing traditional specialties as well as modern adaptations. There is something here sure to tempt every palate even the most discriminating of gourmets!