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Green hotels offer close to a peak ecological experience
12/07/08: The Boston Globe

"When the well is dry, we learn the worth of water." The card, with its Benjamin Franklin aphorism, is hard to ignore in the bath of a guest room at Thistledown Inn, a bed-and-breakfast in Morrisville. To reinforce the message, it explains where the inn gets its tap water, how much fluoride, chlorine, and sodium hydroxide are added, and where it ranks on the purity scale (relatively high). Read more...

Nurture the planet while pampering your soul
10/08: Society and Environment (pdf)
Eco-Friendly Inn Spreads Word About Green Lifestyle
06/17/08: WPTZ, Burlington, Vermont

MORRISVILLE, Vt. -- Another Vermont business is making the environment a top priority. The Thistledown Inn Bed and Breakfast opened just four months ago and has already gone green. Sheila Tymon, the inn's owner, said she had to follow strict guidelines to become certified green. The inn only uses eco-friendly products and swapped out all regular light bulbs for compact florescent bulbs. Read more...

New inn emphasizes the eco-friendly
06/05/08: Stowe Reporter, Stowe, Vermont
By Lisa McCormack

Sheila Tymon is the innkeeper at Thistledown Inn in Morrisville, a state-certified “green hotel.”

Guests at the Thistledown Inn in Morrisville enjoy amenities typical of Vermont bed-and-breakfasts: comfortable beds, cozy sitting areas and a hearty breakfast. Read more (pdf)





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