Inn to Inn Walking Tours of Southern Vermont is Featured in Yankee Magazine’s Best of New England Issue, 2012

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Yankee Magazine’s “Best of New England“;  features Vermont Country Inns through their latest article relating to Vermont Inn to Inn Walking Tours.
‘Time to Daydream” by Annie Graves of Yankee Magazine, is a tribute to Vermont Inn to Inn Walking Tours of Southern Vermont through Okemo Valley villages of Chester, Westin, Ludlow, & the lakes area. 
Miles of dirt roads traverse these lovely hills, leading walkers through quintessential villages, around tranquil ponds & lakes, wildflower filled fields, beside rock fences, near wildlife and more.  As Annie’s article depicts so well, one can easily daydream away the day in the middle of a large field or on the edge of a crystal clear stream or pond.   
So many New England tours require a set pace and tour guide; not the case with Vermont Inn to Inn Walking Tours of Southern Vermont.  These are self-guided walking tours to be accomplished at your own pace.  Innkeepers on both ends of your daily route will transport your bags for you, make sure you are safe along the way, and greet you with a fantastic day’s end meal.  Each of the inns offer a unique and relaxing environment seasoned just for you.  Imagine a family farm in the middle of a field,  an old stage coach stop once secretly used as a part of the underground railroad, a country B&B with its own trout pond, and a classic Victorian where you may purchase your own Vermont made walking stick.
Penny and Dan Cote
Owners of Inn Victoria, a Romantic Vermont Bed and Breakfast

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