Cornwall Orchards Bed & Breakfast
Cornwall Orchards Bed & Breakfast is a comfortable 1783 Vermont farmhouse located between the Green and the Adirondack Mountains just two miles from Middlebury College. We have four guest bedrooms each with attached private baths. Guests enjoy a lovely deck and welcoming dining room where we serve local and/or organic hot breakfast, family style with locally roasted coffee and good conversation. Surrounded by farm and orchard country, within 30 minutes of us you will find superb hiking and skiing, a vibrant local food and fermentation scene, as well as cultural history about the original inhabitants, early settlers, and the underground railroad.
The natural beauty of Champlain Valley and the Green Mountains surround you when you wake up at Cornwall Orchards B&B. Spend your day exploring Vermont state parks and local ski and hiking trails, all within a 20-minute drive. You will find outstanding dining in Middlebury, or nearby Bristol, Shoreham, or Vergennes.
Farm Fresh Breakfast
Visitors to Middlebury College and the Green Mountains need lots of energy for their adventures! We will serve you a hot breakfast made from seasonal organic ingredients grown locally by our partner farmers. We are a small orchard ourselves growing apples and a variety of berries.
We have two delightful first-floor double occupancy rooms that have attached baths with tubs. Baker, decorated to evoke New England history has a king bed. Otter. playfully decorated with nature in mind, has a queen bed. Upstairs we have two rooms each with cheerful shower stall baths. Alice, named for one of the property's early farmers, has a queen bed and a cozy farmhouse feel, and Waldo, named for the New England philosopher, has twin beds perfect for friends traveling together. (These can be made into a comfy king, just let us know). We love books, so you'll find some in your room. Need to stretch out? We have yoga mats.
You don’t have to leave your values at home when you stay with us. We compost, recycle, mind our water and energy use, and care for our thirteen acres of wildlife habitat that we hope you will explore. We have lots of birdlife. Frogs, coyotes, owls, and foxes can all be heard at night depending on the season.
*fully licensed and insured and meeting all Vermont safety and health regulations