The Village Butcher: A Top Woodstock, Vermont Lunch Stop

The sandwiches are freshly made and stacked high at The Village Butcher, a shop in Woodstock, Vermont, that has been in business more than 50 years and more popular than ever. George Racicot began in business with his father in … Continue reading

Sugaring Season: A Look At Pure Vermont Gold

Every year near the end of February, the locals in Vermont take to the woods. It’s the beginning of maple sugaring season and one of the highlights of the year for lovers of this prized sweet syrup. Vermont is the … Continue reading

Vermont Flurry: Woodstock 2019 Snow Sculpture Festival

This is snow season here in Vermont and at Maple Leaf Inn we’re celebrating it wholeheartedly with a BOGO Weekday Sale. Buy one weekday night stay (Sunday through Thursday) now through January 31, 2019 and get a second consecutive weekday night … Continue reading

Vermont’s SILO Distillery Takes Local To Heart

From farm to bottle is the philosophy that drives SILO Distillery, a Windsor, Vermont, company that makes a terrific lineup of products. SILO stays true to its commitment to local suppliers and sustainable methods from start to finish. First, by … Continue reading

Great Autumn Drives Through Central Vermont

Leaf peeping is legendary here in Vermont, and no wonder! The vibrant reds and golds provide a magnificent display and one not to be missed. So, book a stay at Maple Leaf Inn, pack your bags, and head out here … Continue reading

Vermont 2018 Sheep & Wool Fest Coming September 29-30

Vermont is proud of its family farms and the skills that come with the land. This sentiment is on full display during the annual Vermont Sheep & Wool Festival, scheduled for September 29-30, 2018. Whether you’re a participant, a fellow … Continue reading

A History of Goodness At Vermont’s Cloudland Farm

Lucky are the animals that get to roam the pastures at Cloudland Farm in North Pomfret, Vermont. The pristine, rolling hills locale is the stuff of photographs. It’s also a pretty grand place for humans, so grab you camera, bring … Continue reading