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On a secluded dead-end side road, surrounded by trees
The Fox Creek Inn is in Chittenden, a sleepy, rural area of Vermont not too far from Rutland and Killington. It's not exactly the area to come to for excitement, but that's usually the point. There are a few restaurants that line Route 4, but most excursions require driving to Rutland. It's not the type of place for someone who needs constant excitement, but it's perfect for anyone (especially couples) who want to hole up for a weekend without any hustle or bustle.
There's rural Vermont, and then there's seriously rural Vermont: The Fox Creek Inn's location falls into the latter category. Room decor varies drastically, but all rooms are cozy (in that slightly cottage-kitschy way that only B&Bs can pull off) with comfortable four-poster beds, working fireplaces and lots of natural light. Public spaces, such as the dining room, reading room, and wrap-around porch are inviting, which is good because there's not much to see or do within a short driving distance, besides skiing at Killington Mountain Resort. This type of B&B is best suited for couples looking to truly seclude themselves for a weekend.