Catamount Bed and Breakfast

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Originally the home of Vermont’s first governor, the 1796 inn is now home to friendly ghosts who show up from time to time. The voices of phantom children also have been heard on the second floor. A Halloween Haunted Forest has been known to take place here, including theatrical shows, special effects and a path lined with hundreds of jack-o-lanterns.

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Geographic Information

Address:
592 Governor Chittenden Rd
Williston, VT 05495
United States

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GPS:
44.447395, -73.04871400000002
County:
Chittenden County, Vermont
Nearest Towns:
Williston, VT (1.2 mi.)
Richmond, VT (4.0 mi.)
Essex Junction, VT (4.3 mi.)
Jericho, VT (4.6 mi.)
South Burlington, VT (6.2 mi.)
Winooski, VT (7.4 mi.)
Colchester, VT (8.3 mi.)
Burlington, VT (8.3 mi.)
Hinesburg, VT (8.7 mi.)
Shelburne, VT (10.0 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://catamountoutdoorfamilycenter.com/bed-breakfast/

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  1. I’ve been in the house and everything, my Father now works there and he has said he has seen small movements and I’ve seen a girl and heard her voice.

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