About The Inn

The Harvest Barn Inn sits high on a terrace with a panoramic view of the mountains, The Connecticut River and the charming village of Bellows Falls.

The house was built at the turn of the century and was turned into a bed and breakfast in the 1980's. The inn was run for over 20 years by the Pouilliot's and Langkowski who served many delicious breakfasts and were genial hosts to many travelers throughout the years. The original owner Sis, wanted to call the inn the Vermont Wildflower Inn. When she heard that name was taken, she exclaimed "Horsefeathers!" and thus the Inn was called Horsefeathers for over 20 years.

The inn was purchased in 2010 by Kathleen and Rick, owners of Halladays Harvest Barn. Major renovations were undertaken including the front porch, barn and extensive work was done in all guest and common rooms. After one year of intensive refurbishing the inn reopened its door in 2011 as Harvest Barn Inn.

After welcoming thousands of guests through the years, Kathleen and Rick have sold the Inn to Ellen and Rich Sager in July of 2017. They will be great and welcoming hosts and look forward to their new life as Innkeepers. 

Come relax by the pond in the summer, enjoy the Connecticut River and mountain views on our front porch or relax in our common rooms.