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Open year-round, The Splendid Splinter, is the ideal setting for celebrating special occasions, family gatherings, birthdays, anniversaries, honeymoons and intimate weddings. Spring brings burgeoning blossoms in the gardens. Summers are warm and golden, revealing an abundance of wildlife. In the Autumn, colors are vibrant and the skies are a brilliant blue. Imagine yourself in a a cozy, private suite in winter, watching fresh snow fall over the river valley below. 

Things to do

Things To Do

See what Westminster, Vermont has for you.
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Accommodations 

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Accommodations

See our expertly designed rooms.

Restaurants

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Restaurants

Try Westminster's wide vary of food.

Amenities 

Our beautiful bed and breakfast has so much to offer while you stay with us. 
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Stay Warm

Outdoor fire pit complete with available S'mores Bar package.   Wood burning stove, and 2 fire places.
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WiFi   & Computer Room

Free WiFi and computer room access while you stay with us. 
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Relax/Swim

COMING SOON:
Sauna, Hot Tub and outdoor pond. 
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Exercise  & Massage Room

Exercise equipment   available   as well as a massage table  for our guests to use. 

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Fishing
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Vermont Pond
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Barn
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Deli
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Ted Williams
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Diner

Our Story



Sitting high above the Connecticut River Valley with panoramic views on 60 acres in the Vermont country side, one will discover why this became a sanctuary for a retired Red Sox player and a one of a kind beauty. Ted and Dolores, had a lasting love that was kept safe in their New England refuge and the story of its final resting spot, is almost as captivating as the lives of its owners.