Posted on: July 9th, 2010 by Patti Eddington
Summertime in Vermont
Yes, we’re having a heat wave here in North Bennington…..as they are all along the East coast of the US and into Canada. Fortunately our guest rooms here at the Eddington House Inn are air-conditioned …so at least it is possible to sleep.
Most of our area attractions are also air-conditioned so it is a great time to check out our local museums. Dorset Theatre Festival is offering a great play “The Pavilion”, in air- conditioned comfort. Our lakes and rivers are ready for swimming, kayaking and canoeing. Lake Paran is located right behind the inn and is a great place to enjoy a warm “hot” Vermont day.
Things are still green and lush though we really could use some rain…at 3am like in Camelot of course.
You can escape to Vermont and still “keep your cool”.
Posted on: May 7th, 2010 by Patti Eddington
Tour Historic Bennington Vermont on your bed and breakfast getaway.
No trip to the Bennington area is complete without a visit to the Bennington Battle Monument. The Bennington Battle Monument, dedicated to the famous Battle of Bennington that took place during the Revolutionary war in 1777, is a 306′ stone obelisk opened to the public in 1891. It is located north of VT Rte 9, about 4 miles east of the New York border. A guided elevator takes visitors to the observation floor for spectacular views of Historic Bennington and three states.
Enjoy the 10 minute driving tour from our Vermont bed and breakfast to the Bennington Battle Monument. You’ll pass Park McCullough Mansion, a Christmas tree farm, travel over 3 Vermont covered bridges to your destination in Old Bennington Village.
The Bennington Battle Monument with is fabulous views is open to the public from April to October so there is still time to plan your Eddington House Inn getaway.