Inn families

Howe, N.
November 1991
Skiing;Nov91, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p14E
Features four New England inns which offer lodging as comfortable as home--and even have their own family histories. Snowvillage Inn in Snowville, New Hampshire; The Bernerhof in Glen, New Hampshire; The Inn on Winter's Hill in Kingfield, Maine;Edson Hill Manor in Stowe, Vermont; Prices; Contact points; Description of rooms and style.


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