West Hill House B&B: You’ll Want to Stay Forever

“Such a lovely experience. Such a lovely place. All because of such lovely people.”

“There truly isn’t anything not to love about this place. Perfect!”

“The coziest B&B with the most loving couple as your hosts!”

“Such a warm and inviting atmosphere at West Hill House B&B.”

We could go on and on with the raving guest reviews, but it would take you three days to read them all!  So, we’ll summarize: it’s no mystery why they are consistently ranked top Bed and Breakfast on Trip Advisor, The West Hill House B & B is a top notch inn because of the attention to detail by owners, Susan & Peter MacLaren.

Just voted 2019 Innkeeper of The Year, Peter, a Scottish gent, prides himself on the guest experience.  This experience ranges from immaculately clean and cozy rooms, to comfortable common areas, to great conversations and, most famously, the 3-course breakfast!

Yes, a 3-course breakfast!  Susan, a Canadian gal, cooks up a delicious meal that delights guests every morning.  Why?  Because it’s a hearty way to start a day of exploring and adventuring in the Mad River Valley.







Within just minutes from West Hill House B&B, you can ski (Sugarbush Resort), hike or snow shoe (Catamount Trail), workout/play tennis (Bridges Resort) and play golf (Sugarbush Golf Course).  In just 10 minutes, you will be in the center of town exploring the unique shops, Vermont artisan studios, fabulous restaurants and slew of wellness services.  All of which the Mad River Valley is known for.

And, if you’re not sure what your adventure should be, the MacLarens are happy to provide you with personalized suggestions.  In fact, they’ll give you so many ideas, we predict you’ll never want to leave.  And, that is something you’ll have in common with your hosts!

Peter and Susan have been married for over 35 years, and in that time, they have lived in five different countries – Scotland, Canada, England, France, and the United States. They chose to open their bed and breakfast in the Mad River Valley because of the 4-season recreational activities.  And, now they’ve even come to appreciate Vermont’s fifth season… mud season! The charm of the Inn itself, nestled in the woods with gorgeous gardens, won them over.

Now, the Mad River Valley, which they have called home for over 13 years, is the longest they have stayed in one place.  And they have no plans to leave.  (We just felt a big sigh of relief from West Hill House B&B’s guests of the past and the future!)