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Norwalk, Connecticut
Reviewed 5 January 2017

Debbie & Rich open their beautiful, spotless home with such care for the needs of all guests. We had a wonderful full breakfast every morning. Tea, cookies, cocoa whenever you needed a snack. This bed & breakfast is a gem the beautiful rural town of Rochester, VT. So close to many attractions like Killington, Sugar Bush and the Snow Bowl...

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Richmond, Virginia
Reviewed 30 December 2016

I booked a 2 day reservation on the advice of a local resident at the Pumpkin Patch B&B in Rochester, VT. It's a lovely home located on Route 100 opposite the Rochester Green and next to the town library. The hosts, Richard and Debbie Mathiesen, have a lovely property and were a pleasure to visit. There is one bedroom on...

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Goshen, New York
Reviewed 21 November 2016

Beautiful B&B! Debbie and Rich are very accommodating and their breakfast by the fireplace is delicious and hearty! The town itself offers cute little restaurants and shops. A very relaxing getaway! Thank you!

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Ellington, Connecticut
Reviewed 15 October 2015

Rochester is a small town seemingly in the middle of nowhere. We had a reason to stay here, visiting our daughter's family in a nearby rustic camp. What a wonderful surprise it was to stay two nights in this very quaint and comfortable home. The furnishings and thousands of pumpkin knick-knacks create a most interesting environment. The owners go out...

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Washington
Reviewed 15 October 2015 via mobile

We traveled through Vermont the first week of October to see the beautiful fall foliage. We stayed one night in this lovely home built in 1863! Debbie and Rich are wonderful hosts. I highly recommend this Bed and breakfast to anyone. Beds were comfortable and breakfast was delicious!

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Nottingham, United Kingdom
Reviewed 26 January 2015

This was our second stay and we will go back next time we are in Vermont. We cannot fault this gem of a B&B. Deb and Rich cannot do enough to help. They make the stay exceptional. If you want a home-from-home this it.

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Reviewed 12 January 2015

The Pumpkin Patch offers a traditional B&B experience with warm hospitality and attention to detail. The beds are feathertop and lovely and the historic house is beautifully restored. Breakfast every morning is true pampering with delicious homemade food prepared to order. Deb and Rich make it so easy to relax and it was the perfect nest to return to after...

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York
Reviewed 10 November 2014

Great, cosy home style bed and breakfast. The bed was so cozy it was amazing, the linen and blankets were super. The breakfast was excellent home cooked food freshly prepared and freshly baked. Debbie and Richard were really welcoming. Richards stories by the fireside were amusing.

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Joinville, SC
Reviewed 22 October 2014

In few words, The Pumpkin Patch is worth every cent you pay for, although it is not expensive at all. Great hospitality, very comfy rooms, good breakfast. Everything you need for a calm and relaxed stay.

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newcastle upon tyne
Reviewed 7 October 2014

This is the best B and B we have ever stayed in, and we are well travelled cookies. Debbie and Richard are the most welcoming and friendly people you could ever meet. The house is fabulous and our room was a holiday travel haven, the bed was so comfy and we had everything we could possibly need. To say breakfast...

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Address: 6 S Main St, Rochester, VT 05767-9676
Region: United States > Vermont > Rochester
Number of rooms: 3
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