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Description from owner

Description from owner

Bedrooms 3 / Bathrooms 2 / Sleeps 6 / B&B
Bedrooms: 3  Bathrooms: 2  Sleeps: 6  Type: B&B
Clifford Country Bed & Breakfast, open May-October
TripAdvisor property ID 3970587

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Book this 3 bedroom b and b in Mount Holly today! A total of 6 people can sleep here comfortably.

Guests can enjoy a deck, parking space, and internet access among other amenities offered by this rental.

Travelers are sharing their opinions on this property. It has an overall rating of 5/5 thanks to an average of 10 reviews.

Costs vary, with the average weekly rate as low as $560 to as high as $1120, depending on travel dates.

The owner responds to 100% of inquiries and last updated the property’s calendar Aug 14, 2017.

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About the owner

About the owner

Emily J.
Response rate:
100%
Calendar last updated:
14 Aug 2017
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Languages spoken: English, French, Spanish

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Proximity to TripAdvisor's Top Mount-holly,-vermont Attractions

Amenities

Amenities

General


  • Central heating
  • Hair dryer
  • Linen provided
  • Towels provided

Phone / Internet


  • Internet access

Property Features


  • High chair
  • Mountain Views
  • Parking

Kitchen


  • Dishwasher
  • Freezer
  • Fridge
  • Kettle
  • Microwave
  • Stove
  • Toaster

Entertainment


  • CD player

Outdoor


  • Deck
  • Private garden
  • Shared garden

Suitability


  • Children
  • Pets
  • Smoking allowed

Reviews

Reviews (10)

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“Unspoiled Vermont at it's finest!”

Reviewed 3 Sep 2010

Located on a quiet country lane in the picturesque little village of Mount Holly Vermont the traveller to the Okemo Valley region will discover the charmingly delightful Clifford Country Bed and Breakfast. The Inn is owned and operated by a lovely women named Emily Clifford Jackson and quite honestly the only thing nicer than your stay at the Inn itself will be the opportunity to meet and become friends with Ms. Jackson. Clifford Country offers it's quests all the warmth and amenities of a country inn including extremely clean and comfortable accommadations complete with old-fashioned home-style hospitality and affordable rates. Breakfast is served daily and features all the old favorites such as fresh fruit and juices, farm fresh milk ,eggs and maple syrup from the farms of local friends and neighbors. Emily also offers a wide variety of freshly home made breads, muffins, pancakes, etc. all of which seem to just be the perfect way to start off your Vermont morning. This was my second visit to Clifford Country and although there is much more that I could tell folks about both the area and the Inn I would like to share this with the viewers of Tripadvisor. As a "Green Hotel in the Green Mountain State" for the traveller looking to experience the epitome of "unspoiled Vermont" Clifford Country is an absolute gem and typifies all that is special about this beautiful place. I suspect there may be places to stay in Vermont that are more pretentious than Clifford Country but I can guarantee there are non more pleasurable. Clifford Country is a totally charming B & B run by an equally charming owner and it really doesn't get any better than that. I shall return to Clifford Country as soon as possible.

“unspoilt pure natural beauty- out of this world!”

Reviewed 2 Sep 2010

The location is mindblowing- acres of rolling lush verdant countryside, dotted with beautiful cottages, farms, meadows, flowers, horses..heavenly! we got out of our car every 20 min. just to take in the views and go crazy with our cameras. This has got to be one of the most beautiful places in the world (and I'm from Vancouver, so...:-)). The property itself is also top-class: great location, big house, clean, warm, tastefully appointed rooms, living room with a fireplace, great selection of coffee table books, lovely patio, the view from there (and out of the kitchen window and the second floor rooms) is nothing short of jaw-dropping. It's great for kids too as you can visit the farm and see and pet the animals, milk the cows, ride a horse, learn how maple syrup is extracted from the trees and other such activities. Emily even taught me how to make sourdough bread, which we enjoyed fresh daily for our stay! we had great fresh salads made of herbs and vegetables picked by us from our garden outside on the same day. I think what also made our stay most memorable was the way our lovely gracious host Emily so warmly received and treated us over the 4 days that we were there. Overall, very highly recommended, will definitely keep you coming back!

“Beautiful location, Unspoiled nature, and Great Hospitality”

Reviewed 2 Sep 2010

Clifford Country is located amongst Vermont's un-spoiled environment, with back-yard overlooking a perfect picturesque view one can expect from mother nature. 'Pure', 'Pristine', 'Serene' are some of the words which come to my mind when I think of Vermont's beauty and Clifford Country B&B; is no different - probably a notch higher. You may be able to find more beautiful B&B; locations in Vermont, but I can assure you (I am sold) that it will be difficult to find a place which match the hospitality of the lovely host (Emily) at Clifford Country. Emily is always willing to entertain her guests to the best possible treat and loves her guests none less than a family - something which is not seen easily at other B&Bs.; Emily provides wonderful breakfast with her specialty being home baked breads. Her sourdoughs especially are "amazing". The rooms, beds, linens are clean and comfortable. And all these I think are provided at a very competitive price. Clifford Country is located close to beautiful farms, small villages, towns which are worth visiting and are very inviting. You can expect awesome country side views, and do not be afraid to try country fresh milk, eggs, chicken, vegetables, fruits, and other local produce like maple syrup and honey. Last but not the least - our 3 year old had a wonderful time exploring Emily's garden, feeding chickens in a nearby farm, playing with toys within B&B;, and of course playing with the host herself :-).

“Charming, peaceful and inspiring”

Reviewed 14 Aug 2010

Beautiful, peaceful location, exquisite home-made breakfast and a charming hostess who shares information about local places and makes you feel at home. An ideal place for a quiet and interesting time in Vermont.

“What can happen when you stop to ask for directions.”

Reviewed 12 Aug 2010

We met Emily by chance. Tired and in need of a place to stay, we stopped to ask for some recommendations at the local Information booth in Vermont on Rt. 100. It's there, where we met Emily who among other places mentioned that she too runs a B&B.; We decided to give it a try. Having come off the paved road, we headed down a dirt road to Emily's charming house with a charming garden and a stunning view of mountains in front of us. She offered us home-grown, organic vegetables and in the morning we ate home-made bread and drank fresh-squeezed orange juice. Emily entertained us by talking about her extraordinary community. At night we heard no noises from the so-called civilization. No planes flew over the house, no car passed by. It was an experience like no other! I will do it again!

“Welcoming”

Reviewed 7 Aug 2010

The location is wonderful, away from town with great views of the countryside and mountains. The hostess is gracious and welcoming. The B&B; is clean and the rooms and bathroom spacious. Mine looked to the mountains but the road side is equally lovely and quiet. In all, a relaxing getaway.

“Quintessential non-touristy Vermont experience”

Reviewed 6 Aug 2010

Tucked away in the countryside, Clifford Country B & B boasts a pastoral setting that we loved. Our room looked out on a picturesque meadow with mountains in the distance. The accommodations were very comfortable and immaculate. The temperature was unusually warm for Vermont, and there is no aC. This wasn't really a problem for us since a fan was provided that cooled the room sufficiently. Our breakfast was outstanding--blueberry pancakes with local maple syrup, homemade coffeecake, sausage and local fresh milk. We enjoyed seeing Emily's gardens and picked up some great tips on composting. We definitely plan to return!

“relaxing, peaceful, gorgeous country setting”

Reviewed 28 Jul 2010

What's not to like about this place? A pleasant, spacious country home, views of the Killington range in the distance, an old apple orchard, extensive vegetable and flower gardens. delicious home-cooked breakfasts (and guests are welcome to use the well-appointed kitchen for other meals if they like), a country road leading to a brook and an old cemetery nearby, pleasant and friendly neighbors, and a charming and gracious hostess who loves to share her country pleasures and knowledge of local attractions with others. I loved this place and will return as often as I can.

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