Inn Victoria, a Chester Vermont Bed and Breakfast Receives 4 National Awards

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Just two months ago, Inn Victoria of Chester, was rated First Place out of eight Most Romantic Inns in Vermont, by Lanier B&B.com.  Within the last month, Inn Victoria was again recognized as one of the best run B&B’s in the country by outperforming over 8500 other B&B’s worldwide in competition for two awards from Lanier B&B: BEST for Winter Sports and Best for Afternoon Tea.
When asked why they think they were recognized for these awards, owners Penny and Dan Cote said;  “Inn Victoria surely is a distinctive property, but most important is the region in which we live.  The Okemo Valley Region of Southern Vermont is a tremendously powerful asset that we dearly appreciate. Without the strengths of our combined business assets of this region, Inn Victoria would be just another B&B.  I think we are all blessed to have world-class ski resorts in our back yard, cross-country trails, snow mobile trails, snowshoeing, hiking opportunities, waterfalls, art galleries, restaurants, antiques…and the list goes on!  The people who live and work in this part of the US are “real and caring people”.  In addition, the Okemo Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce is the strongest chamber in Vermont, consistently marketing & reaching out to the large populations on the East coast, and drawing business to this region; for that we are extremely grateful.”
 
BnBFinder.com notified us this week that Inn Victoria will receive the coveted, Guest Favorite Award for 2012.   BnBFinder.com is a worldwide Bed and Breakfast directory, recognizing top performers in the Bed and Breakfast world.  We are thrilled, to say the least”
Taken from an article by a local newspaper

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