As you stroll down the tree-lined roads of Randolph Center, you’ll realize that the beauty of Vermont’s countryside is ever growing. With the end of August right around the corner, it’s hard to believe that summertime is coming to an end. September will begin and the weather will slowly shift to cooler days. Vermont’s Three Stallion Inn is the perfect place to relax on those cooler, fall days.
Taking a hike around the property, you’ll find a rich history of the Inn. What you won’t find is the vast amount of city noise pollution. Which is a benefit if you’re looking for a relaxing time spent away from city life. Horses graze in pastures near the main estate and rolling fairways with golfers are sure to please. A trip to Willy B’s Tavern or Morgan’s Pub is sure to be a tasty affair. The Three Stallion specializes in fresh, local food that shows off the rural farmers in the area.
A game of tennis and golf are the perfect fit with this countryside bed and breakfast. The tennis courts are secluded and calming. You’ll be able to enjoy a game without the worry of other people. Plus, don’t forget to bring your clubs because the famous Montague Golf Club has been a staple since 1913. With all the history of the land, we’re sure the green will bring lots of smiles.
Determined to have the countryside preserved, you won’t find this land full of commercial buildings and the bustling city life. Even the 25-mile trail system that weaves its’ way around the estate is preserved. Three Stallion Inn is the epitome of what rural, small-town life is like in Vermont.
Three Stallion Inn offers a wide range of accommodations for any type of family. The warm Vermont, hospitality is evident the second you walk through the doors. Make sure to embrace all that Vermont’s Countryside has to provide the next time you plan your trip with the Three Stallion Inn. We know you’ll fall in love with how relaxing our bed and breakfast can be.