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26 Main St.
Windsor, VT 05089
USA

802 227 0008

Pure. Fresh. Vermont

That's what we offer at the Snapdragon Inn. Join us for a  relaxing getaway and explore the Upper Valley of Vermont and New Hampshire. 

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Beam of light

The Snapdragon Inn




Then the sky began to darken and change.











Last night we appreciated the ceiling fans and rocking chairs of the back porch as the heat of the day continued to linger into the evening . The screens were shading us from the heat and shine of the setting sun but then it cooled off and what the sun and clouds created was a miraculous moment in the sky. There was a long, straight beam of light shooting from the clouds--just like Batman's. Then we experienced some impressive thunder and threat of big rain and just like it came, it was gone. Did you see the beam of light over Lake Runnemede?

Summer.

July weather in May

The Snapdragon Inn





We had a very busy Memorial Day weekend with warm, sunny weather. Some of our guests made their way up near by Mt. Ascutney to see the lovely and lush valley views of the hills of Vermont and New Hampshire. Another one of our guests set herself up outside and painted this beautiful picture our Inn which we love. It was quite warm, and one of our little Snapdragons found refreshment dipping his head in the fountain while some of us continued the work on the path on our back hill (pictures to come). We hope you had wonderful long weekend too. 99 days until Labor Day so let's enjoy Summer 2011!

Beautiful Spring!

The Snapdragon Inn




This is our first Spring/Spring season at the Inn and as Memorial Day swings around the corner, we've been getting the Inn spruced up to match the season. Thanks to our resident floral experts, Carol & Chaz, we have some elegant potted arrangements and baskets this season. These help to compliment the lovely existing foliage of our Snapdragon yard.

We are thrilled to welcome so many new guests during these lovely Vermont months. It is looking to be a busy season. Here's to Spring and Summer!



As the temperatures slowly rise...

The Snapdragon Inn



As the temperatures slowly rise and the earth dries out from a long, cold winter, we are sprucing up for the summer season! Here's a shot of our innkeeper, Big Red, getting the paths back in order and the newly installed string of bird feeders that Rich put together for us so we have lots of activity in our yard for the guests to enjoy!

Are you getting your plans ready for your flower planters and gardens? Tis' the season!



Where have all the leaves gone?

Chris




"I'm the sheriff in this town", he told me.

It is amazing how quickly our world has become leafless. Last week, Big Red, had massive piles sucked up in a big leaf vacuum but the back hill is covered. I caught some of our little snappers looking for "the treasure" on the hill today. Lucky, the sheriff was around to help out!

Rooms with a view...of a yellow maple

Chris





Room 3

Bathroom 2

Bathroom 7

Room 8

Dining Room




The Inn grounds has some statuesque trees. One of the maples in front turns the most clear and brilliant shade of yellow every year. Today while we were turning the rooms, we couldn't help but admire the brilliance of the yellow reflecting into the windows on the East side of the building. If you are wanting a room with this wonderful view next foliage season, try Rooms 2, 3, 7 or 8.

A few more pictures are available to check out from Leilani and Rob's October 1st wedding.

Happy weekend everyone. Thanks for stopping by this week!


No matter the season

Chris


Summer


Autumn


Winter

All of sudden, it seems, we are layering our warm clothes, drinking hot chocolate, and thinking of our first holidays at the Inn. The weather may change but no matter the season, 26 Main always seems to look majestic.