“on the shores of Maquam Bay”
The Tabor House Inn on Lake Champlain is located on the shores of Maquam Bay and borders the 6700 acre Missisquoi Wildlife Refuge. The main house was built in 1865 and served as the Tabor family home until the 1970's. It has been expanded and updated over the years but its 60 foot long screened-in porch, lawns and gardens and spectacular views of the Green Mountains, remain the same. Wake up to sunrise over the bay or sip wine on the porch swing as you watch the moon rise over Jay Peak, the Tabor House Inn is happy to offer you the opportunity to relax unwind and indulge in comfort. Gorgeous views of the Green Mountains, 600 feet of private Lake Champlain shoreline, beautiful private and comfortable rooms, facilities for meetings and catered events. Overnight guests receive an delicious breakfast featuring local foods and organic produce when available. Afternoon tea is available upon request.
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