Country Living

The main house, built in 1825, is an exemplary model of Greek Revival architecture.

Butternut moldings, maple wood floors and comfortable, country furnishings make guests feel right at home the moment they walk through the front door.

Accommodations consist of seven guest rooms, four shared baths, as well as a few common areas with board games. Oh, and it wouldn’t be a farmhouse without a porch and rocking chairs.

There’s plenty of space, and nooks abound if you’re looking to retreat to a quiet place and bury your head in a good book.

Liberty Hill Farm & Inn is recognized as a Green Hotel by the Vermont Green Hotel program through the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources. In fact, we’re Vermont’s first Green Agritourism Enterprise!

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Rooms & Rates

Our lodging consists of seven charming guest bedrooms– cozy and always kept spotless and tidy.

Five rooms with queen-sized beds.
One room with two single beds.
One room with five single beds.
Four shared bathrooms.

Free WiFi is available throughout the Inn.

Typically, guests prefer stays ranging from two to 10 days so they can fully experience the farm and thoroughly explore the surrounding area. However, you’re welcome for one night, two weeks or as long as you can get away. Because we’re centrally located with easy access to most of Vermont’s most desirable attractions, guests consider us their home base as they wander the wonder of the Green Mountain State. And we’re happy to share with you our personal recommendations for sights and sites to visit.

Child (Children under 2 stay free)

$70 per night
  • Dinner, Lodging, Breakfast


$80 per night
  • Dinner, Lodging, Breakfast

One night’s stay includes the following:

Farm-fresh family-style dinner
One night’s lodging in the available room of your choice
Hearty, full farm breakfast

A deposit equivalent to one night’s stay is required at the time of reservation. Vermont’s room and meals tax of 9% and gratuity are not included. Deposits are non-refundable.

We accept payment by check, cash, or credit card. Visa and MasterCard only.

Your HostsBob and Beth Kennett here! We take pride in being warm, accommodating hosts to all our guests.

With the help of our son, David, his wife Asia and their daughter Ella, we promote healthy and sustainable living. We like to think we give farm families everywhere a good name. We’re big supporters of the Keep Local Farms initiative and remain actively involved in their efforts. We’re also strong advocates of land conservancy and we practice what we preach. We’re not ones to toot our own horn, but we are fortunate to have been given the opportunity to make a positive impact on our community over the years. Below you’ll find a list of positions we’ve held and continue to hold as well as some accolades we’ve been gratefully afforded.


Bob KennettFarmer & Holstein Association Board Member

  • Serves on the Vermont Holstein Association committee.
  • Received the prestigious Holstein Association of America Progressive Breeder Registry award for the past 20 years.
  • Holds awards for milk production, the Holstein breeding program, and for land conservation practices.
  • Represents Vermont on the New England Holstein Association board.
Window View B&W

Beth Kennett Cabot Creamery & Agritourism Spokesperson

  • Honored with the prestigious Vermont Chamber of Commerce Innkeeper of the Year Award for 2013.
  • Serves as a voting delegate at the Agrimark/Cabot Creamery Co-operative meetings and serves on the legislative advocacy committee.
  • Represents Agrimark on the University of Vermont Joint Dairy Research committee for the Vermont Dairy Promotion Council.
  • Represents the agricultural community on Vermont’s Farm Service Agency state committee, a federal appointment.
  • VT Trustee to Eastern States Exposition, “The Big E.”
  • Chairs the VT Farms Association and represents Vermont on the National Agritourism Professionals Council.
  • Serves as an adviser to the Farmstay US board.
  • Represents the University of Vermont Extension as the CARET delegate in Washington each year.
  • Appointed by three Vermont Governors over the years to serve on the Vermont Travel Information Council.
  • Appointed to the VT Agriculture and Forestry Product Development Board.