Inn On Covered Bridge Green the

3587 River Rd
Arlington, 05250
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Drive through a rustic covered bridge, over the Battenkill River, and arrive at the doorstep of one of this country's finest B&B's... THE UP-SIDE: This B&B Inn was once the home of American Artist Norman Rockwell. The B&B includes multiple rooms in the Inn itself, and two adjacent facilities; studios on the ground where Rockwell painted some of his most famous works. (Click above to see my pics of the B&B.) "The Inn" is homey and sweet, and contains the central meeting room where a wonderful breakfast is served each morning by the inn-keepers. "The Rockwell Art Studio" is big, with two rooms, a wood-burning fireplace, two bathrooms, and a very large common area - the area where Rockwell painted. This studio is just the perfect place for a family to stay. It's also quite amazing to look at the pictures on the wall of Rockwell painting in the very room you are staying in! In addition, a smaller "Honeymoon Cottage" is available for a cozy night's stay, complete with a gas fireplace and two-person shower. THE DOWN-SIDE: Like all B&B's, it can be a little expensive. However, the prices are pretty fair. THE SUM-IT-UP: Inn-keepers Julia and Clint go out of their way to make their B&B one of the most inviting around. Their breakfasts are out of this world, they have some great advice on the sights to see, and they are all-around pleasant sorta folks! Add to this experience the surrounding scenery - hills, meadows, the Battenkill River, and a covered bridge - and you have an unforgettable experience. This place is what New England B&B's should all be. You've gotta check it out!!!

(800) 726-9480

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Arlington Inn

3904 Rt 7A
Arlington, 05250
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I stayed here a few weeks back with my sister and brother-in-law while we attended a nearby wedding. The two men who checked us in were quite friendly. Our room was cute. We had a little porch just off of it with rocking chairs. I especially enjoyed the hen and the dog who wandered around the property. The only issue was that our father had booked a room, under the same last name, different first name for the same dates. They cancelled one of our reservations, thinking that we booked twice in error without clarifying with us. Luckily, there was still space when they came to check in. Breakfast in the morning was delicious as well. The girls working in the morning were friendly as well. I would definitely stay here again.
For the restaurant: Superb dinner enjoyed by all in our party of 4. 1. Excellent bread. 2. Inventive appetizers. 3. Terrific seafood special. Three ordered 2 apps each for their dinner. Crabcakes, pancetta wrapped shrimp and a gorgonzola cheesecake (suggested for 2) were among the choices. All were beautifully presented and excellent. The cheese cheesecake was on a "crust" of polenta, and was a hit, came with pesto sauce on the plate and an olive oil drizzle. The seafood special was a generous portion of snapper in panko crust with a light lemon sauce with a few capers served on a bed of rice with grilled vegetables and a lovely salad. The fish was perfectly cooked and not overwhelmed but complemented by the method. While there were many choices for dessert, we shared a flourless dense chocolate cake with ice cream. Appetizers hovered around $10, dessert same. Entrees were either side of $30. Not inexpensive, but all we had was truly good. It didn't hurt that it was a crisp, clear Vermont evening and there were 8 stunning classic Porsches from the 1950s and/or 1960s in the back parking lot. We left the very attractive and gracious Arlington Inn full and happy. Very good experience.
My fiancé and I decided to take a trip a trip up to Vermont for some skiing and relaxation. After checking the web we settled on the Arlington Inn, based on the style of the house and the beautiful photos depicting spacious rooms with large Jacuzzis. The Inn Keepers didn't get back to our about availability until the morning of our planned departure. We accepted Liz's suggestion to take the Old Squires Room. After a 4.5-hour drive we were not pleased to find the room had a terrible smell and could only be described as spacious if you are under 4ft tall. The carpets look like they have not been cleaned since the 70's and there's an animal living in the walls. This is meant to be an attic crawl space, not living quarters. We went to the main house the next morning with the idea of speaking to the owners before the other guests arrived. We explained our issues and were offered a second room in the parsonage only if we agreed to pay $20 more to cover the cleaning costs. We decided to stay put, not because of the $20, but because the second room had other deficiencies that made the packing and unpacking not worthwhile too us. Breakfast was excellent and the waitresses were nice. After a day of skiing we headed back to the Inn where they advertised they would be serving coffee and baked goods. There wasn't any coffee, food, or staff in the public area when we arrived. While looking at some tourist brochures 3 individuals entered the room, including Elizabeth and we presume her husband and mother. We are not sure because nobody introduced themselves or even acknowledged us. We ended up driving 10 miles back into Manchester for a coffee and some baked goods. Elizabeth checked us out of the room the next morning. She asked about our drive up from Massachusetts but made no mention of how we enjoyed our stay. Typically we'd say something but it was quite obvious that they just don't care.

(802) 375-6532

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East Arlington Takeout

13B Old Mill Rd
Arlington, 05250
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Extremely creative pizza offerings with a limited delivery area. Lady and I enjoyed a chicken sub with shredded cabbage (they don't normally do lettuce!), onions, jalapeno peppers, tomtoes, pickles and mayonnaise. Heated in the pizza oven. With provolone cheese metled in side. Delicious mayo drippings, crispy grinder role, tender chicken. Tart pickles, fiery jalapenos. Wow - totally worth it.

(802) 375-9900

Italian, Pizza

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Chauncey’s Family Dining

5403 Route 7A
Arlington, 05250
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My family and I have been going to Chauncey's for years now, and we're never disappointed. The food is top-notch, portions are healthy, and everything always tastes fresh. Prices range from, more than reasonable to dirt cheap. The fried swiss sticks are incredible, and I've never seen them anywhere else. We always vow to try a new place the next time we're in the area. However, we somehow always wind up at Chauncey's.
Chaunceys of Arlington and Chaunceys Family Dining are one and the same people!!
0 stars. I have never written a bad review on Yelp since I always find something nice to say ,but I am in shock that anyone of you would say this place has decent food. I will eat at McDonald's rather then eat here again. I should say try to eat here. Yes its cute.. but the food was not edible. Fries were soft and oily, the burger was ordered med rare and came well done plus the meat was tasteless and even the pickle was not right. I will never step foot in this place again. If you want a burger travel the extra 5 miles and get one in Manchester.

(802) 375-1222

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Jonathon’s Table

29 Sugar Shack Ln
Arlington, 05250
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(802) 375-1021

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Snow’s Dairy Bar

3158 VT Rte 7A
Arlington, 05250
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(802) 375-2546

Fast Food, Ice Cream & Frozen Yogurt

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Valhalla Motel

1759 Vt Route 7A
Arlington, 05250
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(802) 375-2212

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West Mountain Inn

W. Mountain Inn Road 144,Vermont
Arlington, 05250
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Valhalla Motel

1759 Route 7A
Arlington, 05250
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(802) 375-2212

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