What a weekend for a wedding planning trip to Vermont. On Friday in the wake of the terrential rains, I drove to Summitt and picked up Katie and Ethan. With Jack and Katie in the backseat and Ethan at the wheel, we took off for The Wilburton Inn in beautiful Manchester, Vermont to meet up with Barbara and David Dubow for the weekend.
From the moment we turned off Historic 7A on to River Road, we returned "to an era of style and romance." The road winds past stone walls and beautiful homes to the welcoming tree lined drive of the Wilburton Inn and its innkeepers Albert and Georgette Levis.
The 1902 handsome tudor masion rises on the crest of the cliff overlooking rolling hills that strecth out into the Battenkill valley, separating the Taconic and Green Mountains. The views are breathtaking. The setting is magical. The hospitality is gracious.
We fell in love instantly and knew this was the perfect setting for Katie and Ethan's Vermont wedding.
The garden sculpture path is magnificent and worth the 6 hour journey from Kennett Square.
We look forward to our next trip - and this time with Fred!