Marshfield, Vermont 05658
Marshfield VT Lodging, Real Estate, Travel & Visitor Information
Marshfield, Vermont was originally granted to two Native Americans in 1782. The town was named for Isaac Marsh, one year before Vermont became the 14th state to join the United States of America. Marshfield is separated by the fertile valley of the Winooski River.
The original inhabitants were the Abenaki. They fished, hunted, and gathered wild fruits and berries.
Today, visitors enjoy the rural beauty of Marshfield. The Marshfield Inn and Motel provides affordable local lodging accommodations and is located a short drive from Montpelier and central Vermont attractions.
Marshfield Inn and Motel, 5630 US Route 2, Marshfield, VT 05658 | 802-426-3383
We offer quiet country accommodations on 37 acres convenient to both Montpelier and St. Johnsbury. It’s the perfect relaxing stop-over after a busy day of travel, or a comfortable place to settle for a few days while exploring Montpelier, Central Vermont or the Northeast Kingdom. Experience the cozy charm and beautiful surroundings of a B&B, with the privacy, convenience and reasonable price of a motel. We are pet friendly.
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Goodrich's Maple Farm, 2427 US Rte 2, Cabot, VT 05647 | 800-639-1854
From our Trees to Your Table! Pure Maple Syrup, All Natural, No Preservatives, No Additives, Fat Free, and Gluten Free. Our VT Maple Syrup is High in Antioxidants & Minerals. Wonderful for baking and in place of other sweeteners. Enjoy tours of our sugarhouse where you can see items from our past and present maple sugar making heritage! Educational explanation of the entire process from our trees to your table. Goodrich's Maple Farm is handicapped and accessible with ample parking for busses and RVs. Check our website for hours and online shopping.
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Marshfield Town Offices: 802-426-3305