Chester, Vermont is Featured in the Boston Globe

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A gas tank away from the major cities on the East coast, Chester, VT is one of those quintessential New England villages that make one feel like they have stepped back 50 years.  Authors Diane Bair and Pamela Wright of The Boston Globe rave about Chester in their Jan 28, 2014 article in the Travel Section.

The only business mentioned twice in the article is Inn Victoria. The authors offer a fabulous introduction; “Guests rave about the gracious innkeepers and elegant accommodations at romantic Inn Victoria.”                            

The article goes on to discuss The village dining experiences,  introducing Inn Victoria’s High Tea.  “Skip a traditional lunch and have high tea at Inn Victoria (see above, $19.99), a classy, three-tiered offering of sandwiches and sweets, and a choice of more than 70 types of tea. You can pick your teapot from the inn’s large collection and a cup from the more than 100 on display.”
Presented by owners Penny and Dan Cote, Vermont’s Most Romantic Bed and Breakfast.

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