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Although The Doveberry Inn is cozy and provincial, the food is anything but. The Authentic Northern Italian cuisine prepared by owners Michael and Christine Fayette promises to turn a memorable stay into a downright unforgettable visit ó and a very, very tasty one at that. Both Michael and Christine are trained chefs who have honed their skills in superior restaurants from California to Florida, from Nantucket to Vermont. When they brought their culinary skills to Vermont, it was only a matter of time before the Doveberry Inn garnered national attention. Only a casual glance at recent reviews confirms that word is definitely getting around about the inn's unique combination of savory meals and country-style accommodation. Vermont Magazine recently called the Doveberry's "exemplary meals," the "most memorable dining experience," in all of the Deerfield Valley, Vermont. Conde Nast Traveler included the Doveberry in its prestigious list of 25 American Inns with Super Chefs, saying that, "even the wonderfully fragrant shrimp and radicchio risotto won't prepare you for the magnificence of a hearty veal chop grilled over apple, mesquite, and hickory." In the summer and fall, the Fayette's imaginative creations are made with hand picked, home grown, organic vegetables. All year round dinner is served to lodgers and drop-ins alike in a beautiful 32-seat dining room with a full bar and an extensive wine list that boasts offerings from the finest vineyards of the world.

The New Year Brings New Beginnings

The Year 2012 brings fresh beginnings! The New Year Brings New Beginnings Michael and I are entering our 18th winter here at the Doveberry Inn! We have seen many snowfalls, January thaws, perfect bluebird skies under which to ski, golf or hike! We have served many dinners to many people, house guests and outside diners. Over the years we have noticed changes, some good, some bad.

With the New Year we have decided to start some new traditions here at the Doveberry Inn. We are going to be focusing on our guests more than before. The afternoons are going to be jazzed up with more than just cookies and cocoa. The new fireplace is much warmer, so we want our guests to feel more warmth all around. Perhaps some cheese and wine to linger over?

Our dining room will be focused on Inn guests as well. We are still going to be preparing breakfast and dinner for our guests. We have decided to take the dining room in a different direction. We will have a limited menu, but serving mainly house guests. This will allow better dinner times, less parking issues, and more relaxing experience. No more fighting for a parking space, and no more interruptions while sitting by the fire.

We truly enjoy all our guests. We want this to be a true cozy Vermont Inn experience, with all the trimmings! So as you return to our little slice of Vermont, know that our House guests are our number one priority!

Happy 2012!

Recommended by Bon Appetit Restaurant Issue September 2007, Fodor's, Gourmet Getaways, Vermont Magazine (Feb 1997, June 1999), Conde Nast Traveler Magazine April 1999, Mobil guides and Most Important

"Even the most wonderfully fragrant Shrimp and Radicchio Risotto won't prepare you for the magnificence of a hearty Veal Chop..."
Conde Nast Traveler April 1999,
"25 American B&B's with Super Chefs"


"These are the kinds of dishes that encourage visitors to excess. Each was complex and distinctive. Visitors will find it warm and homey"
Vermont Magazine June 1999

"My MOST memorable dining experience, however, was at the Doveberry Inn, where owners/chefs bring and understated and utterly delightful energy to compliment their exemplary meals!"
Vermont Magazine Feb.1997

"Michael, that was the best meal I've ever had!"

"I don't know what anyone could find wrong here, the food was so good the first night we had to eat here the second night and the room was delightful!"

"Our room was spacious and pleasant. The food was unbelievable and the wine exquisite!"

"Thank you, we have eaten here several times, and we have never been disappointed!"

"My most memorable dining experience Ö exemplary and imaginative.."
Vermont Magazine

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