Cradled in an unspoiled mountain valley, surrounded by the majestic Green Mountains, and framed by miles of tree-canopied country roads, the picturesque hamlet of Landgrove is still rural, still peaceful, still Vermont.
Horses, oxen and cattle graze in undulating fields of deep emerald green. Fence posts outnumber people. There are no malls, traffic lights and not a paved road in sight. There is, however, fresh pine-scented air, sparkling clean water, abundant natural beauty, and the vintage 1810 farmhouse that is now The Landgrove Inn -- a coveted destination for thousands of visitors worldwide who crave country the way