Marble West Inn Bed and Breakfast is located in the rolling mountainside of Dorset in southern Vermont. This area of Vermont is famous for its vibrant fall foliage that lights up the vast mountainside from mid September to late October. At Marble West Inn you’ll be nestled between these autumn colors, and enjoy a stay in a cozy Bed and Breakfast where your enjoyment is their utmost priority. Your inn keepers are eager to let you in on Vermont’s best kept secrets and favorite attractions.
Marble West Inn Bed and Breakfast is elegantly designed with Marble at the forefront, with a marble foundation, porches and walkways. Inside you will feel the warmth spread around you from the three enchanting marble fireplaces. The Inn features eight guest rooms which each offer splendid views of the colorful mountainside and glistening ponds. Each room features a comfortable bed, private bath, air conditioning, and beautiful wooden furniture. Other amenities include an in room fireplace and expansive view from the lovely bay window.
The Inn also features its own library, which offers a variety of old books and current magazines. Enjoy the relaxing music playing softly in the background while you engage in a classic game of chess or checkers. Check out the music room which features many antique musical instruments.
At Marble West Inn Bed and Breakfast you’ll enjoy a delicious three-course breakfast that changes daily based on the freshest ingredients. Enjoy a selection of Fruit, fresh muffins, and a main course that might include Sammi’s famous Croissant Stuffed French Toast, a variety of Fritatas, or Strawberry Walnut Pancakes. Also enjoy fresh brewed coffee, tea, flavored cocoa, and fresh selection of juices.
The Inn sits within the autumn colors of the mountainside, but don’t miss out on the 3300 acres of hiking at Merck Forest and Farmland Center. Here you’ll enjoy a Vermont Fall Foliage Tour unlike any other. Marble West Inn B&B is located in the charming town of Dorset, which is also conveniently located near Manchester, Vermont. Here you can enjoy exquisite dining, shopping, theatre, and exhibits. Vermont is also famous for its canoeing and trout fishing in the famed Battenkill. The best way to see the Vermont countryside and colorful fall foliage is a invigorating bike ride. Others enjoy the nearby golf courses, tennis courts, and horseback riding. Swimming, picnics and boating are possible at Lake St. Catherine and Lake Shaftsbury State Parks