Great dinner. Wonderful service. Maple glaze wings are incredible.
— Open Table Diner
Ana and her staff were friendly and the food and bar selections were fantastic. The location was less than 10 minutes from Sugarbush North....our ski destination. Warm rustic Vermont Charm. Our standard poodle was also quite comfortable with the Hyde Away Inn. We will definitely return. Breakfast was included in the room price. The breakfasts were to order and the menu was fantastic.
— Open Table Diner
Great local beers and hyper local food choices.
— Open Table Diner
This stick season has been a busy one at the Hyde Away. While we're waiting for snow to fall, we've been finishing up some renovations. Some efforts are behind the scenes to upgrade structural and functional aspects of the building. Others are designed to improve our guest's experience.
We've renovated the dining room by stripping and refinishing the wood floor. Upgraded many of the tables with hand-crafted tops, made by Alex McKenzie of Newschool Builders, from reclaimed barn wood. Replaced the old chairs with more contemporary, but classically styled, wooden chairs with leather seats. In a few days, new booths will arrive.
In the Tavern, we've redesigned the lighting. Installation is not yet complete, but the new lighting puts light where it's needed while maintaining the ambiance that has long been a part of the Hyde Away experience.
Every bar surface will have down lights from above. So everyone at the bar will be able to read their menus. In the new lounge area, some lighting gels did the trick for wall sconces and new bulbs made the chandeliers work better. In the silo, new bulbs make a warmer, more inviting appearance.
Well...what an amazing place to find through your own ignorance of over twenty years of skiing at Sugarbush. My wife and her family had a retreat in the valley for over two decades of skiing. After the sale of the property, my wife and I searched the area for a new retreat, to share our passion for skiing with our 3 year old daughter. Well, our prayers were answered by booking a vacation at the Hyde Away. Wonderful people!! Incredible food!! With the feel like you always belonged!!! So, I ask what more could a person want coming here for a vacation? I can tell you its your loss not to experience the awesome, welcoming feeling you get staying here!!!!! This is our new winter home!! People make the difference, so be around the Right people!!! Thank You Always to The Hyde Away!!!
— Thomas Jones - (comment on Vermont Sports Magazine news item)
We just wanted to thank Margaret for being so helpful to us last weekend. It was so nice of her to give us her personal map for hiking. We had a wonderful time because of her. We have been traveling to several different places and it is so nice when we run into people like her.
The food was also wonderful! We will be back again next year for the marathon.
Thanks again and have a wonderful weekend.
— Lynda and Pat M.
Just a note to thank you for the wonderful week we had with all of you at the Hyde Away. Loved our room, the delicious food, the fun bar, and the friendly people we met. How nice to have our breakfast prepared just for us each morning.
Hope to come back in the Fall! Thanks again! We had so much fun!
— Ed and Carolyn
"[This] is from August 2007. We were celebrating Justin's birthday. It includes from left to right, my sister Patty, me, Ellen, my sister Patty's son Justin and his wife Brooke. That was a great day on the deck at The Hyde Away — one of many great days and meals at your place. Hope all is well and that you had a nice New Year’s. See you soon." — Mike Cudemo
I am Virginia Wheeler Harvey and I live in Bradenton, Florida. I have a little info to add to your Hyde Away Inn history, which I saw in a recent Valley Reporter. My family, my father being Herbert Wheeler, moved into this house in 1943, if I recall correctly. This is what the house looked like at that time. We had cows and chickens, and I remember helping with the haying. The house had no electricity or indoor plumbing at that time. That is my sister, Shirley, standing on the porch.
— Woody, Ben, Brian, September 2, 2008