Pond Mountain Inn

A Vermont Bed and Breakfast Complete with Neighboring Mountain Views

Vermont Day Trips From Pond Mountain Inn – Peru and Weston

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Begin your day traveling from Pond Mountain Inn to visit The J.J. Hapgood General Store in Peru known as the longest continuously-running general store in the state of Vermont. It was famously featured in the 1987 film Baby Boom, staring Diane Keaton and Sam Shepard.

Then, on to Weston, another quaint New England village and home to the original Vermont Country Store . A must see is the oldest working grist mill at The Mill Museum! Over the years this mill has produced lumber, spindles, shingles and more, to eventually ground flour. See a live demonstration of how this old grist mill works! Don’t miss the out on the theatrical and cultural events coming this summer at the Weston Playhouse.

Coming Soon – The 2020 Theatre Season – Dorset Theatre Festival & Weston Playhouse schedules.

Get the complete list of the places you can visit on this day trip Here.

We have all seven day trip itineraries to choose from Here.

Author: Pond Mountain Inn

Pond Mountain Inn is a boutique bed and breakfast located on a serene country lane nestled on the slopes of Pond Mountain. Breakfast is served in our sun-drenched dining room with breathtaking views of neighboring Northeast Mountain – elevation 2100 feet! ​You will be treated as our personal guests, as you experience the quiet comforts of our quintessential New England property. At Pond Mountain Inn, you'll discover the true meaning of "Welcome home!"

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