Leaf Peeping in Vermont
Over the weekend, we headed east into Vermont for a little lunch date and a lot of leaf peeping!
The destination was Woodstock, but with the whole morning to burn, we took the long way and headed through Dorset, Manchester, and Grafton on the way.
We’ve been to Dorset plenty of times since it’s less than an hour from our front door, and it’s just the most adorable little town. We didn’t stop on this trip (well, except for a few snaps) but when we’re in the area we love The Dorset Inn (grab a drink at the bar and sit by the fire!).
Cruising from Manchester to Grafton, I slammed on the breaks when I saw this beauty, made even prettier by the foliage behind it!
This was my first time through Grafton, and it definitely won’t be the last. It’s quaint and charming, and I’m thinking it would be the perfect place to visit when there’s a blanket of snow on the ground as well. The Grafton Inn is the place to stay in town, and looks perfect.
We grabbed lunch at Simon Pearce in Queechee (get the Vermont cheddar soup!), and spent the rest of the afternoon strolling through Woodstock admiring the foliage.
Woodstock is perfect at any time of year, but fall just might be my favorite. (Although I’m already planning a trip back before the holidays!).
Until next time, pretty little town.