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26 Main St.
Windsor, VT 05089

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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No matter the season





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.



It's official. Mt. Ascutney got the first snow of the season over the weekend. The weather is cooling right down but it's exciting to pull out the scarves and smell the wood stoves starting to burn. The days are meant to be sunny this week but the evening temperatures are dropping quickly and before you know it, we'll be living in a winter wonderland.

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Seasons of Lake Runnemede

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and it starts all over again.

Something that is so brilliant about this area are the seasons. We have such distinct seasons and each has it's own perfections. I would say that we don't have merely 4 seasons because what we are experiencing now isn't quite winter (although it kinda feels that way) but isn't quite spring either. This same bump season happens in between autumn and winter again and there is beauty in these transformation seasons as well but sometimes you have to look harder.

What do ya say ?

Why do you like November?

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November can be one of the HARDEST months in Vermont. The foliage has turned and fallen but the snow has yet to come and fill up the space the leaves have left behind. This year, we have had quite a few sunny November days which has been wonderful but as the temperature continues to drop we often have to remind ourselves what we like about November.

I was reminded of one thing as I looked out my bedroom window--
the way the skeletal branches are silhouetted against the wintery pink sunset over Lake Runnemede (right near the Inn). Windsor is beautiful ALL year round, even November.

What is something beautiful, comforting, unique or redeeming about November where you are?