That’s French for “three little pigs”. We just picked them up last week—our pig is the one with spots. They’re just about a month old, and they couldn’t be happier. Their lineage is impressive—Large Black, Tamworth and Gloucestershire Old Spots (GOS). While each breed has a distinct flavor profile, the Gloucestershire Old Spots is a historic pig breed known for its distinctive white coat with black spots, and is a British Royal Family favorite for their tables, and our table too. Last year’s pig is absolutely delicious—our guests recently said, “This is the best bacon we’ve ever had!” Our breakfast menu may be one of the best in New England!
In the summer months at Pond Mountain Inn, our legendary gourmet farm-to-table breakfasts are served al fresco at the Main House terrace under the rough-sawn timber frame pergola surrounded by perennial gardens, early sheep pastures and lush undisturbed distant mountain views. “It’s just magical here, and one of the prettiest outside dining spots in Vermont!”