One day in Ludlow just might not be enough. Enjoy fabulous eats and a lovely B&B in the heart of this adorable mountain village. Take a couple days & explore the area's back roads full of beautiful views and exceptional farms.

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Spring, Summer, Winter, Fall

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    Andrie Rose Inn, The

    13 Pleasant Street Ludlow, VT 05145

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    Built in 1829, our bed and breakfast in Vermont is located at the base of Okemo Mountain on a quiet village street. We offer a romantic getaway for the most discerning traveler. We also offer a well kept room with all of the essentials for your stay, homemade meals, privacy and one of the most gorgeous views. What more could you possibly ask for? With a limited number of spaces, you are guaranteed your privacy and the quiet you’ve been looking for. The Andrie Rose Inn also features a chef owned & operated fine dining restaurant with a seasonally changing menu.

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    Crowley Cheese

    14 Crowley Lane Mount Holly, VT 05758

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    Award-winning Crowley Cheese has been made in the Green Mountains of Vermont from the same recipe, in the same manner, since 1824. Hand-made the old-fashioned way, it’s cheese the way it used to be -- all natural, with no additives or preservatives. Pure, simple, delicious: cheese that everyone will love.

    All-natural Crowley Cheese is made by hand from fresh, whole, unpasteurized milk without additives or preservatives. Our milk comes from cows certified BST and BGH free. With a distinctively smooth, creamy texture, Crowley Cheese is often compared to a cheddar “without the bite.”

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    Downtown Grocery, The

    41 S. Depot St Ludlow, VT 05149

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    Casual fine dining restaurant focusing on local foods and house made products.

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    Green Mountain Sugar House

    820 Rte 100N Ludlow, VT 05149

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    The Green Mountain Sugar House is open daily 10am to 5pm, year round. Our sugarhouse is open for viewing and to learn about the process of making maple syrup. We produce and sell our maple syrup, maple products, along with many other Vermont food products and gifts. All seasons are a great time to visit, each one has something different to offer.

    Visit us during Maple Open House Weekend: We will be open both days of Maple Open House Weekend and hopefully boiling with modern equipment, serving all day Sugar-on-Snow, coffee and donuts with maple cream. All free. Come join us.

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    Jersey Girls Farm Cafe and Market at WAAWWE

    157 Thompson Rd. Chester, VT 05143

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    A local foods market that really and truly is 100% LOCAL foods from LOCAL farmers! Great food for meeting your every day needs as well as those special items for fancy meals, hostess gifts, and the yummiest souvenirs you can buy.

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    Ludlow Farmers' Market

    53 Main St. Ludlow, VT 05149

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    The Ludlow Farmers' Market provides locally grown and raised produce, artisanal food products and well made crafts made by the community, for the community. EBT and Debit Accepted!

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    Plymouth Artisan Cheese

    106 Messer Hill Rd Plymouth, VT 05056

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    We are a Vermont company that produces artisanal raw cow's milk cheeses with milk received from a single local herd that we continually monitor for quality. All of our milk comes from a farm that engages in the best dairy practices and humane treatment of their livestock. Only the finest and freshest milk goes into our cheeses. We are also dedicated to the ideas and philosophies of the slow food movement; knowing where your food comes from, how it's made, and to the preservation of the working landscapes of Vermont. Your patronage will help ensure that future.

    The Plymouth Cheese Factory in Plymouth, Vermont, is one of the oldest cheese operations in the United States, and was founded by John Coolidge the father of the 30th President of the United States, Calvin Coolidge. The factory is located at the Coolidge State Historic Site, in the preserved village of Plymouth Notch.

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