A member of the Vermont Fresh Network, a group of Vermont farmers, food producers, and chefs dedicated to promoting local agriculture. The Whip is connected to The Green Mountain Inn and serves delicious local Vermont food and New England specialties. Choose a sandwich or Whip Burger ($10.25) from the lighter fare menu, or indulge in a rich dinner entrée like the Gorgonzola Crusted Filet Mignon ($29.95). The wide selection of house wines and local microbrews will please your palate, and the cozy, relaxed atmosphere will make you want to dine here again and again.
Hot apple cider, local wine, and fresh fudge made under one roof.
Watch apple cider made the old-fashioned way. Cold Hollow Cider Mill uses a rack and cloth press built in the 1920s to make cider year-round. Watch the process from behind a glass wall, and sample fresh cider, cider jellies, mustards, applesauce, cider donuts, cheddar cheeses, and fudge in the retail store. Be sure to walk across the driveway to the Apple Core gift shop, home to a toy hub, fudge factory, and winery. Free tours run daily.
Local wines, a mountain-themed room, and a three-course breakfast, if those three things aren’t enough to make you feel warm inside, the crackling fire will be.
On a cold winter day, as the snow piles up on the eves of the 19th century West Hill House, this Warren, Vermont bed and breakfast buzzes with life. After a day of skiing, enjoy coffee, tea, hot chocolate and homemade chocolate chip cookies from the kitchen. Sink into the comfortable chairs in one of the three cozy common rooms and you may forget that you aren’t in your own living room. Later on, sample local wines from Vermont’s East Shore Vineyard: Cabernet Franc, Traminette, and Frontenac Rose.