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We spent a couple of nights here in a room in the main building, which was large and beautifully appointed, including a gift of local cheese! Tea/coffee and cookies appeared in the lounge in the afternoon and it was a pleasure to take a cup...More
We stayed 2 nights at this wonderful old inn. The room was sizable, well decorated and comfortable. The breakfasts were excellent; surprised that we ordered from an extensive menu, rather that being served a standard fixed breakfast. My wife and I ate dinner twice in...More
We stayed at the Grafton Inn the beginning of October, 2015 for two nights. We made our reservations through Expedia. We stayed in the Windham Cottage which was directly across the street from the Inn in Room #42. Our first impression when we walked in...More
The Grafton Inn is the real-life New England Inn emblazoned in all our dreams. We visited in the fall, just in time for the leave to begin their autumn show of glorious colors. It was the perfect backdrop to a 4-day visit. The staff was...More
Great room in original hotel. Service was superb throughout and they even provided a washer and dryer with soap without charge (traveling for a month). Breakfasts were included and personally ordered (from an extensive menu) and served. We loved every one. One odd exception was...More
I'd have to agree with Irene W. There may be a laundromat in Bellows Falls (about 15 minutes or so away) or in Newfane (about 20 minutes away), but I don't think the Inn has any guest laundry facilities.
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"We stayed across the road in a village king room."