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Ransom Bay Inn & Restaurant entrance


Built of local stone from the oldest coral reef in the world, this circa 1795 inn offers travelers a taste of old-fashioned hospitality and gourmet dining in a pristine natural setting.

Innkeepers Loraine and Rick
Ransom Bay Inn cyclists

"We enjoyed many things about our 2 day stay at this historic B&B.  This is a peaceful quiet area and we appreciated the rest, clean air and hospitality. Loraine and Rick are great hosts and cooks and this inn also welcomes French speakers. Rick’s entrees are delicious and Lorraine makes the best raspberry pie we’ve ever tasted. Rick also makes delectable croissants for breakfast along with fruit, yoghurt, bacon and eggs. We are very happy we found this refuge for a pleasant interlude on our way home." 


/Guest, Sacramento, CA


"This charming bed and breakfast is situated on the Lake Champlain Islands and is quite historic. The rooms are charming, with comfortable beds, arm chairs and private bathrooms that have been designed with guests' convenience in mind. I love the wide windowsills and the antiques all over the house. There is an amazing restaurant on the main floor. My husband and I decided to have dinner there and it was the highlight meal of our six-week trip!" 


/ Guest, Jerome, AZ

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