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Vist to a Special Place

December 04, 1988

I read Jerry Hulse's charming article on the Governor's Inn in Ludlow, Vt. (Nov. 1, 1987), and have wanted to visit this special place ever since. It finally happened. It was every bit as wonderful as Hulse said it would be. The food was outstanding.

Living in Southern California, we are used to a variety of excellent restaurants, but the meals cooked by the Marbles were the best we've ever eaten. Deedy and Charlie Marble and their daughter, Jennifer, and their assistant, Joan, made us feel welcome and were all helpful. Our room, No. 3, was lovely. Service and cleanliness were impeccable.

The Governor's Inn is at 86 Main St., Ludlow, Vt. 05149, phone (802) 228-8830. Cost per day for two in a room is $170. It was worth every penny.

TONY and MARILYN FANELLI

Westminster

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