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  AT THE ENTRANCE TO SUGARBUSH MT. ELLEN SKI AREA
RESERVE A ROOM
About the
White Horse Inn
TOUR OUR ROOMS
OUR FOOD
GROUPS
ABOUT THE INN
     The White Horse Inn is a modern 26-guest-room inn and bed-and-breakfast, built 1978, in the mountain town of Fayston, Vermont — at the entrance to Sugarbush’s Mount Ellen ski area.  
     Current owners Allen Zeiner (the chef) and Bob Heffernan purchased the property in October 2013 and are working hard to renew what we affectionately call “The Horse”.  Bob is a native Vermonter from the other side of the mountain (Bristol area). Allen is a Connecticut native (Monroe).  
     In the fall of 2013, the Inn underwent extensive renovations, with new energy efficient windows and high-tech boiler.  Plus, the fire system has been totally upgraded.  Most lighting in the Inn has been converted to LED bulbs, saving more energy.  
     The Inn will be open year-round and is within 5 minutes of three ski areas: Sugarbush Lincoln Peak, Sugarbush Mt. Ellen (across the street), and Mad River Glen.
     Visit the Mad River Valley web site to see how our area is truly a four-season wonderland of activity, exploration, and fun.
     Click on the images to the right .....
DIRECTIONS
MAD RIVER VALLEY
OUR GUESTS
GIFT CERTIFICATES
Teddy the dog
also lives here. He’s very mellow and craves loving, patting and belly rubs — and bacon!  
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CONTACT
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Read news stories on Allen and Bob:
Valley Reporter click here  Seven Days  click here 
Sleep Better in Vermont!
There’s something naturally sedating about our state.  At the White Horse Inn, you’ll breathe fresh, clean Vermont mountain air — we’re at elevation 1,213 feet.  Mt. Ellen across the street, is the state’s second tallest mountain at over 4,083 feet.  Our local folk take life so much more calmly.  There’s no “hurry up and relax” here. Unwind, decompress here at the White Horse.
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Featuring
Vermont Soap
products in your guest room. We pamper our guests
with our state’s own gentle soap, made in Middlebury on the other side of the mountain. Larger containers on sale at the front desk for you to take home.  
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‘Where To Stay’
Click here to read the January 31 New York Times story on Vermont’s Mad River Valley, which listed the White Horse Inn as a place to stay.
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How We Handle Pets

We've handled pets on a case-by-case basis. 
Here are our requirements:

— talk to us first before bringing a pet (no surprise visits)
 — pet must be licensed and up to date on shots
— pet must be quiet and not disturb other guests
— pet could come with a kennel/pet carrier (not mandatory)
— pet must be very well house-trained so as not to soil the rooms in any way
— the pet cannot be left alone in the guest room
— the pet should be either on a leash or carried when walking through the common areas of the Inn
— the owner agrees to compensate any damage, cleaning, injury, or loss to the Inn caused by the pet
— no pets sleeping on our beds
— scoop up pet poop from our grounds and deposit in the outside dumpster
— limit one pet per room
— Also, a dog named "Teddy" lives here at the Inn with us.

DOG DAY CARE:
 The following will take care of your dog while you are in our area:
• Lucky Dog, Warren - 802-496-5944 Laure & Duke
• Mad River Veterinary, Fayston - 802-496-7272  Dr. Karen Anderson
altitude 1,213 ft.
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‘VERY VERMONT’
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Teddy,
the White Horse Inn dog
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