Inn at Buck Hollow " Country Inn in the Country"

Inn at Buck Hollow Farm
Inn at Buck Hollow FarmExterior of the Inn and SunroomCountry Barn & HorsesOutdoor Hot Tub - Open Year RoundHeated Pool400 Acres to ExploreVisit our Maple Sugar House -taste the syrupPet Friendly - Utah & Gizmo - Our dogsGourmet Full Breakfast in our dining roomRelax in the Guest SunroomFireplace, computer, fridge, microwave, satelliteThe Blue RoomThe Foliage RoomThe Presidential SuiteThe Yellow Room
2 Reviews

From $110 / night

2150 Buck Hollow Rd, Fairfax, VT 05448
Inn at Buck Hollow " Country Inn in the Country"
4 bedrooms
10 guests
No min stay

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 4
Sleeps: 10
Type: B&B
Per night: $110
Per week: $770
Pets allowed: Yes
Internet: Yes
Description of the Fairfax vacation b&b rental
As a Country Inn we offer a 40 foot heated pool, a year round outside jacuzzi, miles of cross country skiing, an antique shop, beamed ceilings and a fireplaced sunroom.

As a Bed and Breakfast we offer modest rates, a full Vermont Country Breakfast, queen sized, king size and twin four poster in and a relaxed country atmosphere.

So whatever your preference, Vermont Country Inn or Bed and Breakfast, we offer a warm welcome to a Country Inn - in the country.

After looking at our site feel free to write, call, fax or email us with any further questions or to make reservations.

* 400 Spectacular Acres
* Intimate Setting
* Canopy Beds
* Heated Pool Plus Hot Tub
* Antique Shop
* Canadian at Par
* Pet Friendly

Jacquie Schwartz

Area Information
The Inn at Buck Hollow Farm is an intimate, family-run, New England country inn. Nestled on a 1790's estate with 400 spectacular acres just 35 minutes from vibrant Burlington, the Inn is truly a four-season retreat. Visit the inn and enjoy its canopy beds, heated pool, and antique shop.

Whether you decide to walk our wooded trails, listen to a brook, or simply sit by the heated pool and watch the birds, we believe you will appreciate the special country atmosphere of spring and summer in our Northern Vermont location.
Come fall, the foliage is nothing less than awe-inspiring, especially from horse-drawn wagons on back country roads. After a day of hiking, biking, or walking, you may decide to sit before the fire in the sunroom, browse through the antique shop, or simply enjoy the sounds of migrating geese from the decks.

Winter offers miles of cross country skiing right on our property with major ski areas less than 30 minutes away. You may also want to watch the production of maple syrup in our sugar house and taste the results on your pancakes the next morning. A glass of wine, a crackling fire, and a friendly cat welcome you back at the end of the day.

The Inn itself occupies a renovated 1790's carriage house with most of the original beams left exposed. Each room is individually decorated with antiques, a queen-sized canopy bed, quilts, and a color TV. Guests are encouraged to use the two-person jacuzzi.

About the owner

Owner Profile



Begins Ends Week
Weekly Monthly Min
Jan 01 2016 Apr 30 2017 $110 $110 $770 $3,300 -
Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.
Lodging tax: 9 %
Deposits: 50% or one night whichever is greater.
Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Discover, Mastercard, Money Order, Personal Check, Visa
Other Fees: Pet Fee - $20.00

Reviews (2)

Reviews for this vacation b&b rental in Fairfax, Vermont

Have you been a guest of this property? Write a review!
2 reviews
Alyssa Holdeman

Comfortable Stay, lovely location!

Alyssa Holdeman

New Hampshire USA

Comfortable Stay, lovely location!

March 19, 2012

15 minutes from St. Albans, 35 from Burlington, this was a lovely stay for our short business trip. A great plus is that they allow dogs, which is tough to find. Very kind hosts -- a good blend of attentive and still giving you space. The guest wing is very cozy -- rooms a bit on the smaller side, but well furnished and very clean. Soundproofing between rooms could use a bit of an improvement, as the private bathrooms are built back-to-back. Great pool/hot tub/great room for communal use. Two rooms share a patio out back.

Sherry Hergott


Sherry Hergott



May 31, 2011

My visit was in and out, but I so wish I could have stayed longer. It's a lovely spot, reasonably close to Burlington (about 40 minutes), with lots of very friendly dogs, cats and people. I will definitely try to return for a longer visit. A great weekend getaway.

Owner Supplied Testimonials

A real find! A private, peaceful place where we were able to bring our black labrador retriever and feel at ease with him in the inn and on the spacious property in the country. Our dog enjoyed the owner's two friendly dogs and all the open space on the property! Every morning we were treated to a HUGE, delicious country breakfast (and our dog, a homemade biscuit), then we could sit in the cozy sunroom and enjoy the beautiful snowy scene for a while before heading out to snowshoe on the property or just go for walks. Gizmo, one of the owners' dogs, lead us on some great hikes up the hill on the trail. Smuggler's Notch ski area is nearby so we we were able to try out snowboarding for the first time. And Craftsbury Outdoor Center is a little over an hour's pretty drive from the inn. We went cross-country skiing there. So nice to be able to come back to the inn and get warm by the wood stove in the sunroom! The owners and their staff were so friendly and helpful, we truly felt very welcome here all week. My husband and I have stayed at a lot of "dog-friendly" inns before, but this inn, unlike a lot of others, truly met our every need in terms of value, comfort and fun! Thanks for a wonderful stay!

Page Views This month: 0 This year: 0 Since listed: 6,818