Vermont Lodging


Lodging

 

  • Addison: Whitford House Inn – On a knoll, overlooking the Adirondack Mountains, surrounded by rich farm land near Lake Champlain, Whitford House Inn, a 1790’s country home restored by Bruce and Barbara Carson, welcomes travelers
  • Addison: Heatherstone Bed & Breakfast – This charming historic Federal Style Stone house has been recently renovated in the French Country style. Nestled in the rolling hills of the Champlain Valley, Heatherstone offers spectacular views of the Adirondacks and Lake Champlain as well as sunsets beyond compare.
  • Brandon: Churchill House Inn – Our informal atmosphere means comfort — whether playing a quiet game of solitaire or tackling a jigsaw puzzle in the game room or making new friends among fellow guests in the sitting room, on the front porch or poolside.
  • Brandon: The Gazebo Inn, listed on the National Historic Register, was built circa 1865. Mother and daughter innkeepers, Donna and Lindsay Taylor, invite guests to this classic New England home decorated with Victorian antiques.
  • Brandon: The Lilac Inn – The Lilac Inn is a leading romantic destination for weddings and civil unions, Middlebury College events, Killington winter and summer recreation, plus corporate retreats .
  • Bridport: Inn at Lovers Lane – Our inn is located in the small dairy farming community of Bridport, in the heart of the Champlain Valley. We are surrounded by rolling farm meadows and spectacular views of the Adirondack Mountains. Middlebury and Lake Champlain are less than nine miles away.
  • Bristol: The Crystal Palace is a Chef owned Bed and Breakfast comfortably nestled in the mountainous landscape of Vermont, where the new Haven River flows along side of the Green Mountain National Forrest. Breathtaking scenery awaits you around every corner, offering the glorious sights and sounds of nature that each season brings.
  • Bristol: Mary’s at Baldwin Creek– Located in the heart of the Green Mountains, Mary’s at Baldwin Creek is a highly acclaimed Bed and Breakfast inn and restaurant. The B&B is framed by twenty-five picturesque acres which beckon you to fragrant flower gardens and cool shady woods, this historic farmhouse provides a unique and unhurried retreat, whether you visit for a skillfully prepared dinner, a joyous catered event, or the special escape of an overnight stay.
  • Bristol: The Bristol Coach House Bed and Breakfast – This early 1800’s home is inviting for its relaxed atmosphere and casual comfort. Guests can recline in the large porch swing, or rock the day away in the rocking chairs surrounded by flowers as the locals do their comings and goings.
  • Cornwall: Willow & Lotus Bed & Breakfast – Our early 19th century farmhouse is surrounded by the Green Mountains, lush orchards, and wide open fields. You can enjoy the bold Adirondack range off to the west and even get lucky and spot wild turkeys and deer across the road.
  • East Middlebury: Waybury Inn – The Waybury Inn has continually gained a reputation for guest hospitality, comfortable guest rooms and outstanding food. The Waybury is on the National Register of Historic Places, was used in the filming of the Bob Newhart show and was a favorite dinner spot for Robert Frost. baths.
  • Hancock: Blue Spruce Motel – Vermonters find joy and satisfaction in life’s simpler things. That’s how feel about the Blue Spruce Motel. We think a pleasant stay is the result of putting a lot of effort into details…
  • Hancock: Sweet Onion Inn, planted in the Green Mountains of central Vermont. Features vegetarian-vegan dining.
  • Lincoln: The Old Hotel Bed & Breakfast is located in Lincoln, Vermont at the foot of Mount Abraham and the Green Mountain National Forest, only three miles to the long trail.
  • Middlebury: Middlebury Bed and Breakfast – The Inn offers four comfortable rooms with queen size beds and a full continental breakfast served every morning. Only a short walk to downtown Middlebury, the Bed and Breakfast serves as an excellent launching place to many points of interest in the area.
  • Middlebury: Swift House Inn – The Main House, built in 1814 by Samuel Swift, was the home of former Governor John W. Stewart and his daughter Jessica Stewart Swift. The Victorian Gate House, built in 1906, graces the entrance to Stewart Lane. The Carriage House, built in 1886, to house the horses and carriages, was renovated in 1990 as luxury accommodations.
  • Middlebury: The Middlebury Inn – There are 75 recently redecorated rooms and suites in 4 buildings from which to choose. Each area has its own charm, combining traditions of the past with present-day amenities. The Middlebury Inn has presided over happenings in Addison County’s shire town since 1827, welcoming guests for over 172 years.
  • Middlebury: Fairhill Bed & Breakfast, located on a quiet country road 4 miles (10 minutes) from Middlebury, is a tastefully restored 1825 Vermont farmhouse. It sits on a small ridge overlooking a valley to the east and the Adirondacks to the west. To the north, the road winds up into maple woods.
  • Middlebury: Linens and Lace Bed & Breakfast – Enjoy our restored Victorian home located within easy walking distance of the Village and Middlebury College. We provide afternoon tea and a country breakfast made with fresh Vermont products.
  • Middlebury: The Inn on the Green is one of Middlebury’s designated Historic Landmark buildings and has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1803 in the solid Federal style, the Inn has been lovingly renovated to reflect the graceful style and romance of that bygone era.
  • New Haven: Roland’s Place offers a truly memorable dining experience that is a culmination of years of experience from its world-class chef. Careful attention to detail is the hallmark of resident owners, Mr. & Mrs. Gaujac. The atmosphere in the dining room is elegant and stylish, yet unpretentious. Guests will relax and feel at home whether after a long workday or following a full day of exploring in the Green Mountains.
  • Orwell: Historic Brookside Farms Country Inn – Magnificent Greek revival mansion, full service country inn, 300-acre farm estate, acclaimed cuisine. Private lake, forest trails, scenery, antique shop, x-c skiing, warm country elegance.
  • Ripton: The Chipman Inn – Located in the mountains above Middlebury, The Chipman Inn is small, informal and very comfortable; we emphasize hospitality and personal service. Our eight guest rooms have private baths and are individually furnished with attractive antiques. Most guest rooms are air conditioned.
  • Roxbury: Johnnycake Flats Inn, a bed and breakfast is an unpretentious and delightful farmhouse, built in the early 1800’s as a stagecoach stop. It is currently listed on Vermont’s historic register. Here on the “flats”, we offer each guest to the B&B a quiet escape from the hectic pace of metropolitan life. A common room welcomes guests with its fireplace of handmade bricks, library and afternoon refreshments.
  • Shoreham: Quiet Valley Bed & Breakfast – Quiet Valley has three guest rooms One has two double four-poster beds, a private bath, and wood burning stove. The other two each have twin beds and share a lovely bathroom.
  • Vergennes: Basin Harbor Club – 700 acre resort on Lake Champlain. Golf, tennis, water sports, entertainment. Casual and fine dining. Glorious gardens. Lakeside cottages, most with fireplaces, and country inn rooms.
  • Vergennes: Strong House Inn – Atmosphere abounds at the historic 1834 Strong House Inn and Rabbit Ridge Country House; 6 acres of gardens, walking trails, and wonderful mountain vistas; located in the heart of the Champlain Valley, the area offers cycling, golf, skiing, and the Shelburne Museum; enjoy snowshoeing and sledding on grounds in the winter.
    • Arlington: The Arlington Inn is a unique and special place that brings you back to a time of elegance and style. Our Victorian inn is decorated with beautiful antiques and exudes warmth and friendliness.
    • Arlington: Country Willows Bed & Breakfast Inn – Gracious c. 1850 Queen Anne Victorian, National Register. We invite you to experience our Queen Anne Victorian Bed and Breakfast Inn and historic Arlington village landmark, the former home of entrepreneur, Fernando West.
    • Arlington: Inn on Covered Bridge Green – former home of America’s most beloved illustrator/artist, Norman Rockwell. For over two centuries, the Villages of Arlington have been home to other such historic Vermont figures as 18th Century Ethan Allen and his Green Mountain Boys and 20th Century writers, Dorothy Canfield Fisher and poet, Robert Frost.
    • Arlington: Hill Farm Inn – one of Vermont’s first country inns, still specializes in warm country hospitality. Ours is the kind of place where there’s always plenty to do–but never anything you have to do. And it’s been that way for more than 90 years.
    • Arlington: West Mountain Inn – Nestled on a mountainside, the century old, seven gabled West Mountain Inn invites guests to discover its many treasures….
    • Bennington:Alexandra Bed & Breakfast – A 1859 Vermont farm house with panoramic views overlooking the Bennington Monument and Green Mountains of Vermont, the Alexandra Bed and Breakfast Inn offers an elegant understated respite for weary travelers or vacationing adventurers.
    • Bennington: South Shire Inn – Relax and enjoy the romantic ambiance of days gone by in this exquisite turn-of-the-century Victorian Inn located in the heart of historic Bennington, Vermont.
    • Bondville: Red Fox Inn, includes a restaturant, traditional pub, and guesthouse. Close to skiing, golf, and shopping.
    • Bondville: The Bromley View Inn is a four season inn situated on a peaceful crest of Route 30, surrounded by Vermont woodlands. The warm and friendly atmosphere at the Bromley View will make your stay memorable whatever season you choose to come.
    • Bondville: The Alpenrose Inn – The German word for cosy comfort is “Gemütlichkeit”, and at the Alpenrose Inn it abounds. Alpenrose has been in continuous operation as a lodging facility since our neighbor, Stratton opened as a Ski Resort in 1961.
    • Danby: Silas Griffith Inn – Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway weekend or for lodging in the tranquillity of a Vermont country village, you’ve found the perfect spot!
    • Dorset: Dovetail Inn – Look across the marble sidewalk down Dorset Green through a village of white clapboard, dark-shuttered houses. Historic Dorset and environs offer a rich variety of relaxation, cultural stimulation, and invigoration.
    • Dorset: Marble West Inn – Visit the beautiful Marble West Inn and enjoy all that Vermont has to offer. We are just minutes from some of the best Hiking, Biking and Golf in all of New England. Enjoy professinal theatre at the newly renovated Dorset Playhouse.
    • Dorset: Inn At West View Farm – The Inn’s restored farmhouse offers the amenities of a full service inn in a beautiful pastoral setting. Each of our guest rooms offers a comfortable sitting area where you can unwind, then snuggle beneath our luxurious comforters as you settle in for a restful night.
    • Dorset: Squire House – It’s elegant, but informal … built in 1918, and carefully renovated. At the end of a long driveway off a quiet country road, Squire House is on eleven private acres in a classic Vermont village. It’s in southern Vermont, so it’s far enough away that you feel you’ve escaped, but near enough that getting there doesn’t feel like an ordeal.
    • Landgrove: The Meadowbrook Inn – A Romantic Country Inn nestled in the Green Mountains of Southern Vermont. The Meadowbrook Inn is a serene place where you can pass the hours meandering on our trails, linger on the patio or unwind in front of a wonderful fireplace.
    • Londonderry: Frog’s Leap Inn – Join us for a peaceful retreat from your everyday world. In summer, bask in the sun by our heated pool, enjoy a quiet walk on sun-dappled trails, be at peace in your room or anywhere on our 32 acres of fields and forest. During any season, our location allows you to be as quiet or as active as you choose to be.
    • Londonderry: Inn At Three Ponds – Nestled in the pristine Green Mountains, surrounded by rolling hills, you will find our romantic inn. Located near Manchester, our inn features cozy, spacious rooms, fine country breakfast, and many nearby activities.
    • Manchester: The Equinox Resort – Step inside The Equinox for breathtaking views of Mount Equinox from the elegant two story lobby, a perfect place to meet friends family and business associates. Here you will find our exceptional concierge service ready to help you make the most of your stay from finding the perfect stream for fishing, directions for hiking and mountain biking, skiing, snow shoeing, off-roading, falconry or shopping.
    • Manchester: 1811 House – Situated in the center of Manchester, a classic Vermont Village, the 1811 house offers you the warmth and comfort of your own home, the ambiance of yesteryear combined with 20th century conveniences including full air conditioning.
    • Manchester: Bunker Hill Inn – High on a ridge in rural Washington County, NY between the Adirondack foothills and the Green Mountains of Vermont you’ll find a warm welcome at the The Bunker Hill Inn, a 19th century farmhouse situated on 200 beautiful unspoiled acres.
    • Manchester: Manchester Highlands Inn, a romantic Victorian bed and breakfast in quaint Vermont village, near hiking, biking, golf, fly-fishing, antiqueing, outlet shopping, fine dining and skiing.
    • Manchester: The Inn at Manchester – Originally built as a private home in the 1880’s, this beautiful, country Victorian home became an Inn in 1978. Both the Inn and it’s Carriage House are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Each of the guest rooms and suites have a distinctive look, all with their own unique charm.
    • Manchester: Inn At Willow Pond – A Vermont four season resort, conference center, and executive retreat situated on 20 scenic acres with panoramic mountain views.
    • Manchester: The Battenkill Inn – At the base of Mount Equinox, The Battenkill Inn offers gracious country accommodations, just minutes south from Manchester Village. Alpine and cross country skiing, antiquing, golfing, hiking, canoeing, fine dining and shopping are all nearby. Bring along your fishing gear for exceptional angling from our banks on the Battenkill River.
    • Manchester: Village Country Inn – Imagine the ambience of candlelight, soft music and delicious gourmet meals. Then imagine sharing this experience with a loved one
    • Manchester: Wilburton Inn – Welcome to the Wilburton Inn, Manchester Village Vermont’s 20 acre grand Victorian estate. We are frequently asked, “is it really fun to own an Inn?” The answer is definitely yes. We look forward to greeting you at the Wilburton Inn and sharing with you all its romance, adventure, history and beauty.
    • Manchester Center: Barnstead Inn – The Barnstead is quietly situated, a leisurely stroll of 2 blocks from the bustling southern Vermont village of Manchester Center with its tempting shops and truly fine restaurants.
    • Manchester Center: The Manchester View – Set on ten acres, there are 36 rooms with magnificent views from individual balconies or decks, spread out among six buildings. Our rooms and suites run the gamut – 18 of them have fireplaces, some gas, some wood.
    • Manchester Center: The Inn At Ormsby Hill – Steal away to the distinguished tranquility of Ormsby Hill, and let the magic unfold.
    • Manchester Center: The Mount Tabor Inn & Tavern – If you are coming to Vermont and you want spacious & spotless rooms, private entrances & baths, great views, good food, good people, AND reasonable rates…. then you want to be here!
    • Manchester Center: Ye Olde Tavern – Our 1790 Colonial Inn whisks you away to a bygone era. Serving regional New England and Continental fare. Open daily for Lunch and Dinner.
    • Manchester Village: The Reluctant Panther Inn and Restaurant – We cordially invite you to visit The Reluctant Panther Inn & Restaurant. After many years in the hospitality industry in 1989 we set out to create the finest, petit full service country inn in Southern Vermont.
    • North Bennington: Henry House Inn – The perfect place for a romantic getaway, the Henry House is nestled in the countryside of Southern Vermont, offering access to Vermont’s choicest areas. Fine dining, breathtaking views, quiet hiking trails, friendly antique and craft shops, national landmarks, museums and some of America’s most splendid landscapes are all located within minutes of the inn.
    • Peru: Johnny Seesaw’s, a historic lodge with separate cabins, fine dining, pool, red clay tennis courts, and skiing next door. Set At The Foot Of Bromley Mountain Resort Over Looking Manchester, Vermont
    • Peru: The Wiley Inn is located in the heart of the Green Mountains of Southern Vermont 10 minutes east of Manchester. At the Wiley Inn couples love our romantic rooms for two. All our rooms and suites have private baths.
    • Sandgate: The Green River Inn– Tucked away on 450 acres, a full service inn with 14 renovated, beautiful guestrooms with views. Private baths, whirlpools, fireplaces. Perfect for a special retreat, close to ski areas and shoppng. Fine country cuisine, bountiful breakfasts, dinner specials. Families welcome.
    • Stratton Mountain: Stratton Mountain Inn & Village Lodge is a full service mountainside resort hotel at the slopes of Stratton Mountain Resort. The Inn and Lodge are located just 30 minutes from historic downtown Manchester, Vermont. For families and couples who like to ski, golf or play tennis, our 210 guest rooms provide the perfect getaway destination.
    • Weston: Inn At Weston (circa 1848) is located in the picturesque village of Weston (pop. 627) on scenic Route 100 surrounded by the Green Mountains. The Inn is ideal for all seasons! Winter starts early with snowfalls in November lasting into April which gives us some of the best skiing and winter activities in the Northeast.
    • W. Arlington: Spruce Mountain Lodge – We provide secluded access to the splendor of the southern Green Mountains, as well as the renowned Battenkill River – which is inspring for photographers, writers and artists.
    • Barnet: The Old Homestead – The Old Homestead and The Double Reed Shop share the same roof. Gail Warnaar, Innkeeper and musician, will juggle both hats to serve your needs and comforts. Now in retirement, sort of, Gail enjoys sharing her music and a life’s worth of treasures which fill this lovely, big home with friends and friends to be worldwide.
    • East Burke: Inn at Mountain View Creamery – Discover the splendor of Vermont from our country inn located on a 440-acre historic farm, laced with miles of spectacular walking, mountain-biking, and cross-country ski trails.
    • East Burke: The Village Inn of East Burke, located in northeastern Vermont with guide services for local hunting, fishing, and hiking.
    • East Burke: The B&B at Moose Crossing is a tastefully restored 1890 Vermont farmhouse on 15 acres of meadow and forest – bordering on the Passumpsic River and the Island Pond VAST snowmobile trail connection – and only 3 miles from the Burke Mountain Ski Area base lodge.
    • Hardwick: Somerset House – Since 1989 interesting people from all over the world have experienced the comfort and elegance of our large Victorian period home near the Lamoille River. Many return to enjoy our relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
    • Lyndonville: The Wildflower Inn – Safely tucked into the gently rolling hills, wide open meadows and enchanting woodlands of the Northeast Kingdom is a magical place… The Wildflower Inn. A place where families have been making vacation memories for over fifteen years.
    • St. Johnsbury : The Fairbanks Inn is centrally located in the beautiful Northeast Kingdom town of St. Johnsbury, Vermont – home of the well-known “Fairbanks Scale.”
    • St. Johnsbury: Rabbit Hill Inn – Nestled between a river and the mountains, In a village untouched by time, sits this Classic Country Inn, established in 1795.
    • St. Johnsbury: Hamilton House Bed & Breakfast – Take a stroll through a quaint Vermont village, swish down the hills of our local ski resorts, or enjoy a day at the beach on one of our many beautiful lakes….no matter how you spend your day, you will come home to luxury, comfort, hospitality, and fabulous food at the Hamilton House.
    • Walden: Greenhope Farm, a vacation farm on 150 private acres open year round with horseback riding, bed and breakfast, cross-country skiing, hiking, and more.
      • Bolton Valley: The Black Bear Inn – Residing 2,000 ft. above the valley floor, the Black Bear Inn offers the most panoramic views and sunsets in Vermont.
      • Burlington: Hartwell House Bed and Breakfast – Hartwell House offers a welcoming, home-like atmosphere in a quiet urban setting. Situated near Burlington’s busline, Hartwell House provides easy access to all downtown activities and short walks to nearby lake, beach and shopping centers.
      • Burlington: Willard Street Inn – The Willard Street Inn was built in the late 1880’s for Charles Woodhouse, a prominent businessman and Vermont State Senator.
      • Essex Junction: Allyn House Bed and Breakfast – Located in Essex Junction, Vermont the Allyn House offers you quiet graciousness as well as convenience. Built in the late 1890’s, Allyn House has retained its original Victorian charm and is appointed with antiques reminiscent of the elegance of the time.
      • Jericho: Mrs. B’s Bed and Breakfast – Whether your stay in Vemont is business or pleasure, Mrs. B’s located in Jericho VT, provides a relaxing country atmosphere with delightful accommodations.– Yet minutes from Burlington and Smugglers.
      • Milton: Wright’s Bay offers a relaxing bed and breakfast with private guesthouses situated on Lake Champlain.
        • St. Albans: Inn at Buck Hollow Farm, where we offer a blend of the traditional warmth of a Vermont Country Inn with the coziness of a Bed and Breakfast.
        • Fairfax: Inn at Buck Hollow Farm , features outside jacuzzi, nearby cross country skiing, antique shop, and a sunroom with fireplace.
        • Montgomery: Black Lantern Inn, a stagecoach inn located near Jay Peak ski area, listed on the National Historic Register.
        • Montgomery Center: Inn on Trout River – The Inn On Trout River was built more than 100 years ago as the country home of Mr. C.T. Hall. Today, this AAA rated Historic Country Inn welcomes visitors from around the world who gather to enjoy the outstanding food, the friendly service and the home-like atmosphere of a true, full service, country inn. Come
        • Montgomery Center: Hazens Notch X-Country Ski Center and B & B: Step out the door and begin skiing at our cross country ski center or enjoy downhill skiing at nearby Jay Peak.
        • Swanton: Country Essence Bed & Breakfast, a quiet 1850’s homestead located on twelve acres overlooking Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge.
          • Alburg: Thomas Mott Homestead B&B – The Thomas Mott Homestead Bed and Breakfast is a Shaker–style farmhouse built by Thomas Mott in 1838 as part of a large dairy farm. Restored and renovated, the house maintains a rustic yet refined charm.
          • Grand Ilse: Ferry Watch Inn is an intimate Vermont lakeside Bed & Breakfast. The house is an historical Vermont farmhouse filled with wonderful antiques situated on a 3 1/2 acre peninsula. Savor a fabulous Vermont country breakfast while watching the Lake Champlain Ferries ply the crossing between Vermont and New York. You can enjoy magnificant sunsets on the spacious deck overlooking the Adirondak Mountains of New York and historical Lake Champlain.
          • Grand Ilse: Grand Isle Lakehouse – Lake Champlain has long been noted as one of Vermont’s greatest treasures. The Grand Isle Lake House stands as a jewel in the Lake’s crown, offering an unparalleled setting for social and business affairs.
          • North Hero: Shore Acres Inn and Restaurant – The view from Shore Acres offers a memorable if not magical view of Lake Champlain and the Green Mountains. In a quiet country setting Shore Acres sits on fifty acres of rolling grounds with a half mile of private lakeshore.
          • North Hero: North Hero House – The North Hero House Country Inn and Restaurant is a historic bed and breakfast located in the Lake Champlain Islands of northern Vermont with a spectacular view of the Green Mountains and Mount Mansfield.
          • South Hero: Apple Island Resort – Apple Island Resort is situated on the southern tip of Vermont’s South Hero Island. The 188 acre Lake Champlain Resort is home to the Sand Bar Restaurant and Inn, the full service Apple Island Marina, Barcomb Hill CC, a nine hole golf course, the General Store & Deli, Apple Tree Bay Campground, 300 campsites, seasonal rentals, Olympic size pool, playground, recreation hall, and plenty of planned activities.
          • West Swanton: High Winds Bed & Breakfast – A stay at High Winds Bed & Breakfast is country living at its finest. An 1800’s farmhouse on a working dairy farm, it is the only bed & breakfast in the town of Swanton.
          • The Lamoille Valley is a scenic area in north-central Vermont traversed by the broad Lamoille River Valley. Offering a unique combination of farming, recreation, commerce and industry, the area is most renowned for its two major ski areas: Stowe and Smugglers’ Notch. However, there is a tremendous variety of other recreational opportunities due to the region’s abundance of mountains, lakes, rivers, quaint villages and its scenic rural character.
            • Jeffersonville: Jefferson House – The Jefferson House is a turn-of-the-century home located in the heart of historic Jeffersonville, Vermont; the “Gateway to Smuggler’s Notch”. Dining elegance is only a short distance away.
            • Jeffersonville: Smugglers Notch Inn is a cozy secret known to Bed and Breakfast gurus. It’s friendly atmosphere and home cooking can turn a one night’s stay into a couple.
            • Jeffersonville: The Birches – Cozy retreat, nestled in the mountains overlooking Smugglers’ Notch. Full kitchen, comfortable living room with deck and mountain views.
            • Jeffersonville: The Cottage at Three Mountain Lodge – We now offer a guest cottage adjacent to the lodge for travelers looking for comfortable private accommodations in this beautiful and unique area.
            • Jeffersonville: Mannsview Inn, a Vermont mountainside Bed and Breakfast with 6 guest rooms, built and furnished in the Victorian colonial style
            • Morrisville: Village Victorian Bed and Breakfast – We invite you to share our beautiful home with us. Enjoy the grace and charm of our 1890’s Victorian in the heart of the Village of Morrisville.
            • Smugglers’ Notch: Smugglers’ Notch Resort – With over 40 years of experience developing award-winning programs, we are the only resort in North America that guarantees your family’s fun!
            • Stowe: 1860 House Inn – couples and small groups can enjoy bed and breakfast or rent the entire Inn.
            • Stowe: Buccaneer Country Lodge – A unique award winning AAA three diamond Country Lodge, The Buccaneer, with its irresistible charm, blends the hospitality and atmosphere of a traditional Vermont Country Inn with the convenience and privacy of contemporary lodging. Beautifully situated midway between Stowe village and legendary Mount Mansfield, Vermont’s highest peak, the lodge is an ideal New England vacation retreat for all seasons.
            • Stowe: Brass Lantern Inn – From the cozy fireplaces and soothing whirlpool tubs to the hand made quilts and spectacular mountain views, this charming, Vermont, bed and breakfast Inn defines romance.
            • Stowe: The Burgundy Rose, a motel offering country-style lodging.
            • Stowe: Butternut Inn , offering private snow trails and antique-furnished rooms.
            • Stowe: Hob Knob Inn & Restaurant, a country motor inn on the Mountain Road in Stowe, (Route108) is midway on Stowe’s award-winning recreation path, just 2 miles from Stowe Village and 4 miles to Mount Mansfield.
            • Stowe: Honeywood Inn – The Honeywood Lodge & Inn are ideally located just over a mile from Mount Mansfield and Smuggler’s Notch.
            • Stowe: The Siebeness, A Romantic Bed & Breakfast Inn – Let our intimate bed and breakfast inn be the setting for your romantic getaway. The Siebeness (seven S’s) named for the seven “S” turns on Stowe’s famous Nosedive Trail, has been welcoming guests for over 50 years.
            • Stowe: Ski Inn – A Colonial inn located on 28 acres in an evergreen setting, w/views of woods and Mount Mansfield.
            • Stowe: Stone Hill Inn – Located along Mountain Road, between the center of Stowe Village & the ski area at Stowe Mountain Resort.
            • Stowe: Stowe Inn at Little River – Stowe Inn at Little River is elegant and beautiful, built in 1825 and now renovated to a high standard. Serving visitors to Stowe throughout the year. In addition to the 20 rooms in the main Inn building we have a Carriage House providing a further 23 rooms, including 1 suite.
            • Stowe: Thatcher Brook Inn – The Thatcher Brook Inn is the epitome of a New England Country Inn with fireplaces and antiques at every turn. Our twenty-four guest rooms are romantically decorated in classic country style and superior rooms feature fireplaces and/or whirlpools. Warm fires, fine candlelight dining and exceptional service create the ultimate vacation.
            • Stowe: Three Bears at the Fountain Bed and Breakfast – Three Bears at the Fountain is a six bedroom Bed and Breakfast, located in Stowe, Vermont, just one mile north of Stowe’s restaurants, shops, year round activities and the East’s best skiing.
            • Chelsea: Shire Inn – Stay in a bright, comfortable room with wood burning fireplace in this wonderful 1832 mansion. Begin and end each day with fabulous meals. Between, enjoy our tours of vintage Vermont, hike the nearby hills, bike or XC-ski this beautiful valley.
            • Fairlee: The Silver Maple Lodge and Cottages is one of Vermont’s oldest continuously operating country inns.
            • Randolph: Three Stallion Inn Bed and Breakfast – Warmth, charm and friendliness await you at the Three Stallion Inn, a traditional Vermont bed and breakfast inn, located on 1,300 pastoral acres in the heart of the Green Mountains in Randolph, Vermont. Uniquely decorated, comfortable guestrooms and casual dining enhance the relaxed atmosphere that makes the Inn an ideal bed and breakfast getaway!
              • Greensboro: Highland Lodge, a family-owned country inn overlooking Caspian Lake.
              • Barton: Anglin Bed & Breakfast – This scenic Bed & Breakfast is located on the West shore of Crystal Lake, in the heart of the Northeast Kingdom and what is often referred to as the “Lakes Region” of Vermont. Swim in clear clean water, lounge on the decks, fish from the docks, and go hiking, biking, boating or canoeing. There are four challenging 18-hole golf courses within 16 miles.
              • Barton: Fox Hall – Fox Hall (circa 1890) is listed in the National Registry. The Inn is a Cottage Revival structure, it began life as a summer estate, then as part of a girls’ camp for 50 years, and finally as a bed & breakfast in 1988. Fox Hall is also the home of Music at Lake Willoughby. This annual summer chamber music festival takes place in an outdoor, covered pavilion. It includes a piano Masters Class
              • Craftsbury Common: Craftsbury Bed and Breakfast on Wylie Hill – Established in 1984 in the heart of Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom, is the area’s longest operating, traditional B&B. An exceptionally high percentage of returning guests offers testimony to the beauty, tranquility, and joy experienced from this 1860’s hilltop farmhouse with 360 degree views.
              • Jay: Inglenook Lodge – Year round accommodations. Local and continental hospitality. Large rooms with private baths. Fine dining. Find the warmth of an inn and amenities of a resort lodge. Sunken fireplace, indoor pool, sauna, jacuzzi and exercise room. One mile to ski lifts.
              • Jay: Jay Village Inn – Featuring Timothy’s Restaurant. The Inn has 15 guest rooms with private baths. We also have family suites. On-premise hot-tub, sauna and swimming pool. Our menu is modest and varied. We are also equipped for catering wedding parties and almost any special function where you are our number one priority.
              • Jay: Jay Peak Resort – One of the tallest peaks in Vermont at nearly 4000′, Jay Peak Resort has long been known as receiving the most snow in the East (340″ annual ave.). During the summer months, Jay Peak offers condo and townhouse rentals as well as Hotel Jay with 48 hotel rooms in a quiet mountain setting. Custom made packages by our guest allow for a bevy of activities on property (tram rides, fishing, hiking, swimming) to the local region and the Northeast Kingdom. Being only 7 miles from the Canada/USA border, excursions into the province of Quebec allow for sampling of the French Canadian culture. Contact us for more info concerning our custom packages.
              • Jay: Snowline Lodge – Friendly lodge atmosphere, motel convenience, reasonable rates. Closest to Jay Peak. All ten rooms have private baths and TV’s. Complimentary, full-hearty breakfast. Our Fireside Pub offers burgers, homemade pizza and dinner specials. Early and late-season specials. Multi-day packages available. Some pets allowed with prior arrangement.
              • Newport: The Inn at the Hill – Our charming New England Country Inn has 15 wonderfully appointed rooms and we are strategically located on RT 5/105 Derby Road, right off Interstate 91 on exit 28. Six miles from the Canadian border. Duty Free shops and Casino gambling. Extended compliment continental breakfast. Restaurant open for lunch and dinner.
              • Troy: Missisquoi Riverbend offers ski and snowmobile packages, in addition to regular room rates.
              • West Glover: Rodgers Country Inn – Guest, you are welcome here. Be at your ease. Get up when you are ready, go to bed when you please. We’re happy to share with you such as we’ve got, the leaks in the roof, the soup in the pot. You don’t have to thank us or laugh at our jokes. Sit deep and come often. You’re one of the folks.
              • West Glover: Maple Manor – Private baths, elegant rooms, large country-style breakfast, 250 acres of privacy for hiking, biking, cross country skiing, snow shoeing, picnicing, swimming, or just plain relaxing. Call or visit our website for details.
                • Brandon: Birdcage romantic Bed & Breakfast – SKI. BIKE. HIKE. GOLF. FISH. RELAX. Come and enjoy an historical setting in pristine natural surroundings of forty acres of rolling hills, woods and meadows. Private hiking trail with breathtaking views.
                • Brandon: Brandon Inn – The Brandon Inn has quite a history, marked by over twenty different owners over the past two-hundred plus years. The Inn actually began as a one-story tavern opened by Jacob Simonds in 1786.
                • Brandon: Churchill House Inn – Each of our nine rooms has a private bath and is furnished with its own blend of original furnishings, antique pieces and modern bedding. Full breakfasts get the day off to a rousing start, and our dinners, served by candlelight at great oak tables, are a gastronomic love affair — inspired cuisine from throughout the world, including homemade soups, breads and desserts.
                • Brandon: The Inn on Park Street resides in the heart of Brandon, Vermont, nestled on a plush rolling green. Once you walk into this lovely Victorian Inn, you’ll feel right at home. Two hundred Teddy bears live here along with many other whimsicals, collectibles, and antiques.
                • Brandon: Old Mill Inn, tucked away on five acres of woods, meadows, and farmland, with chickens, barn cats, dogs, and miniature horses.
                • Brandon: 12 Franklin Street Bed and Breakfast – You are cordially invited to experience New England at its finest. Wake up to golden rays of sunshine streaming through your bedroom window. The aroma of fresh baked bread drifting into your room is a sure sign of another peaceful morning at 12 Franklin Street Bed and Breakfast.
                • Brandon: Rosebelle’s Victorian Inn – Victorian charm in historic Brandon Village, an impressive c-1839, three-story manor with a second French Empire mansard roof is listed in the National Register of Historic places.
                • Brandon: The Lilac Inn – The Lilac Inn is a leading romantic destination for weddings and civil unions, Middlebury College events, Killington winter and summer recreation, plus corporate retreats .
                • Chittenden: Fox Creek Inn (formerly Tulip Tree Inn), noted for its warm ambiance, fine dining and inviting guest rooms, is nestled on six and one half wooded acres along a bubbling trout stream in the Green Mountains of Vermont, ten minutes north east of Rutland.
                • Danby: Silas Griffith Inn – In 1891, Silas Griffith, Vermont’s first millionaire and “Lumber King,” built this grand home as a wedding gift for his new bride, Katherine. Nestled on 12 gently rolling acres of meadow in the idyllic village of Danby, the Inn enjoys superb 360-degree views of the Green and Taconic Mountains.
                • Fair Haven: Maplewood Inn – steal away to this 1843 Greek Revival nestled at the base of the Green Mountains. Offers panoramic country views, sunsets from the porch, and a romantic atmosphere amid many fine antiques.
                • Fair Haven: Fair Haven Inn features bed and breakfast accommodation, a restaurant and catering.
                • Fair Haven: Vermont Marble Inn, a 14 room mansion.
                • Killington: Birch Ridge Inn, an intimate 10 room inn combines elegant hospitality, fine dining, and easy accessibility with a relaxed atmosphere in the Green Mountains of Central Vermont.
                • Killington: The Whale Inn – A private townhome with three comfortable bedrooms (sleeps 6 – 8), kitchen, sunroom and reading area. Each bedroom has its own fireplace and private bath with a two-person jacuzzi tub!
                • Rutland: Harvest Moon Bed and Breakfast – Spend the night in an 1835 Vermont farmhouse and step back in time. Our family owned Bed and Breakfast is furnished with antiques throughout inviting calm country comfort. Harvest Moon B&B is surrounded by a working dairy farm and acres of woodlands, yet we are located minutes from downtown Rutland.
                • Rutland: I. B. Munson House B&B – From the first step you take into the I.B. Munson House you can not help but be swept back in time. The beautiful chandelier lights your way as the gently curving staircase invites you to your room. You can feel the enchantment of a bygone era throughout our Vermont Victorian Inn.
                • Rutland: The Inn at Rutland – The Inn at Rutland is a stately Victorian Mansion built by William F. Burditt for his family in 1889 and located within a few miles of Killington Vermont. This Vermont Inn, voted Best Bed & Breakfast in the Greater Rutland area is a perfect place to stay for people skiing at Killington, hiking the Green Mountains of Vermont or enjoying the Fall Foliage.
                • Killington: The Snowed Inn, tucked away in a quiet, woodland setting close to skiing.
                • Killington: The Vermont Inn – Please join us at our small c. 1840 country inn on five acres in the Green Mountains. We offer the charm of a family run inn with excellent New England and Continental cuisine. We have achieved a three diamond rating from AAA and our restaurant also won the Killington Champagne Dine-Around Award for fine dining for three consecutive years.
                • Poultney: Tower Hall Bed & Breakfast, a century old Queen Anne Victorian home with stained glass, beautiful woodwork, imposing staircase and a wrap-around porch.
                • Shrewsbury: Crisanver House – Down a quiet country road, past fields of wildflowers and embraced by Vermont’s Green Mountains awaits a country inn ready to welcome you. Tucked into this peaceful countryside, Crisanver House is an early American farmhouse perched majestically atop 115 acres of woods and meadows overlooking the hamlet of Shrewsbury.
                • Wallingford: I.B. Munson House – From the first step you take into the I.B. Munson House you can not help but be swept back in time. The beautiful chandelier lights your way as the gently curving staircase invites you to your room. You can feel the enchantment of a bygone era throughout our Vermont Victorian Inn.
                • Wallingford: White Rocks Inn – An elegant country retreat with gracious home, magnificent barn, and secluded honeymoon cottages. Romantic packages include chauffeur-driven ride to dinner in antique limousine.
                  • Barre: Maplecroft Bed and Breakfast – A comfortable Victorian home in central Vermont, Maplecroft offers three guest bedrooms – each with an exclusive bath and a handmade quilt on every bed.
                  • Fayston: Mountain View Inn – Located just one mile from Sugarbush’s Mount Ellen, two and a half miles from Mad River Glen, and three miles from Sugarbush’s South Basin, Mountain View Inn Bed & Breakfast is truly in the “heart of ski country.”
                  • Fayston: Millbrook Inn and Restaurant – Millbrook is a classic cape-style farmhouse built by Jack Dana in the 1850’s. Our inn’s picturesque setting is midway between the ski slopes and the village of Waitsfield on scenic Route 17. Since 1979, we have maintained the renowned Vermont innkeeping tradition of personalized service in a friendly,unhurried atmosphere.
                  • Middlesex: The Bed & Breakfast At Middlesex College – This B&B (at what was once Middlesex College) offers 4 large bedrooms, each decorated in a different style.
                  • Montpelier: Inn At Montpelier – The two stately historic buildings which are the home of The Inn at Montpelier were built in the early 1800’s. The extravagant wraparound colonial revival porch added to the yellow building is a prominent landmark in a row of gracious townhouses built by the founders of Montpelier.
                  • Montpelier: Betsy’s Bed & Breakfast occupies two Victorian homes within walking distance of the State House, Vermont College and many great shops and restaurants in downtown Montpelier. Built in 1895, the houses have been restored and tastefully decorated with period antiques.
                  • Montpelier : Capitol Plaza Hotel & Conference Center – Located in the heart of Montpelier and across the street from the historic State House, the Capitol Plaza is the perfect choice for your next visit to Vermont.
                  • Northfield: Northfield Inn – Step back to an era of comfort and congeniality, when people had time for afternoon tea and pleasant conversation. Enjoy our library, parlors, TV/video studio, game room, lounge and formal dining room with fine music and a cozy fire. It is after all, what you would expect of this lovely turn-of-the-century home that has been restored to its original grand style of Victorian elegance and luxuriously decorated in period furnishings.
                  • Waitsfield: Inn at the Round Barn Farm – Here in Vermont at the Inn at the Round Barn Farm, you will encounter a place that is elegant, luxurious & charming. Many of our guests comment that it feels like home the moment you step inside, with all of the comforts but none of the demands!
                  • Waitsfield: Lareau Farm Country Inn – A carefully restored 1832 Vermont Greek Revival farmhouse that sits in an open meadow beside the Mad River, Lareau Farm B & B provides full country breakfasts, rooms furnished with antiques and handmade quilts, and the warm hospitality of innkeeper Susan Easley.
                  • Waitsfield: Millbrook Inn & Restaurant – Millbrook is a classic cape-style farmhouse built by Jack Dana in the 1850’s. He located his farm house close to his lumber and brick mills on the nearby Mill Brook. Today the mills are long gone and our inn’s picturesque setting is midway between the ski slopes and the village of Waitsfield on scenic Route 17. Since 1979, we have maintained the renowned Vermont innkeeping tradition of personalized service in a friendly,unhurried atmosphere.
                  • Waitsfield: Tucker Hill Inn & Restaurant is a newly appointed charming country Inn offering tastefully decorated, cozy inn rooms with all the comforts of home. In room amenities include attractive furnishings, dataports, telephones, televisions, and VCR’s.
                  • Waitsfield: Weathertop Lodge , was built in 1972 as a ski chalet. We are unique because we offer the best combination of modern amenities with country charm and warm hospitality.
                  • Waitsfield: Waitsfield Inn, an authentic 1825 country inn located in Vermont’s Mad River Valley.
                  • Waitsfield: Wilder Farm Inn – Come and relax in our newly renovated 1860 Vermont Farmhouse with spectacular views no matter what season. Surrounded by the Green Mountains, the Mad River Valley boasts beauty beyond belief, true country living at its best.
                  • Warren: West Hill House B&B – Come up our quiet country lane to West Hill House Bed and Breakfast Inn, a historic 1850’s farmhouse that’s only one mile from Sugarbush skiing, golfing and tennis resort and adjacent to its Robert Trent Jones Sr. championship golf course. We’re off the beaten path, but close to restaurants, shopping, quaint villages, covered bridges and outdoor recreation beyond imagination.
                  • Warren: Sugartree Inn – The Sugartree Inn, a nine room bed and breakfast, is located in central Vermont in the town of Warren in the Sugarbush-Mad River Valley home to both Sugarbush and Mad River Glen ski areas.The valley is bordered on one side by farmlands and the Mad River and on the other,The Green Mountains of Vermont.
                  • Waterbury Center: Birds Nest Inn – Enjoy a lazy summer day relaxing on our lawn chairs, fall asleep in our hammock, or strike up a fun game of horseshoes. Experience nature trails and other civilized pleasures. Activities are abundant all year round in nearby Stowe and Waterbury. Easy access to Montpelier, Burlington and the charming villages of the Northeast Kingdom.
                  • Waterbury: Grunberg Haus Bed and Breakfast and Cabins – Cozy Austrian chalet, romantic rooms with balconies, antiques, quilts, open year around, plus summer/fall cabins. Rural forest location, relaxed, quiet, informal. Garden deck, forest trails. Full cooked breakfast.
                  • Waterbury: Moose Meadow Lodge – Whether you love skiing, hiking, snowmobiling, biking, hunting, fishing, antiquing, fine dining, the arts, or simply getting some rest, the Moose Meadow Lodge is a perfect location to do everything or nothing at all.
                  • Bellows Falls: Horsefeathers is a 14-room farmhouse overlooking the Connecticut River and the historic village of Bellows Falls.
                  • Bellows Falls: River Mist Bed and Breakfast, a 19th century country Victorian nestled in the historic village of Bellows Falls.
                  • Brattleboro: Crosby House, an 1868 Italianate Victorian bed and breakfast restored by innkeepers, Tom and Lynn Kuralt.
                  • Brattleboro: Artist’s Loft B & B & Gallery – We offer the charming bustle of Main Street as well as the sweeping panorama of Wantastiquet Mountain and the unspoiled beauty of the Connecticut River.
                  • Brattleboro: Forty Putney Road is a comfortably elegant French Provincial estate overlooking the West River, but just an easy half mile walk to downtown Brattleboro. The lawns and gardens are landscaped with rare, stately, specimen trees, shrubs and perennials. You will feel at home and at ease, whether on vacation or business
                  • Brattleboro: Meadow Lark Inn – Magnificent maple trees, deer in the yard, cows in the pasture, frogs in the pond and miles of panoramic views of Vermont and New Hampshire hillsides from atop the hill, are a few of the tranquil scenes at MeadowLark Inn. The comfortable coziness of a beautiful old farmhouse with the fireplace crackling with the luxurious pampering of sophisticated and modern pleasures.
                  • Brattleboro: The Tudor Bed and Breakfast Inn – This English Tudor mansion was built from 1929 to 1931 and is now an exclusive Vermont Bed and Breakfast Inn for the New England business or vacation traveler. It offers comfortable B&B lodging accommodations just a short walk to downtown Brattleboro, Vermont.
                  • Grafton: The Inn at Woodchuck Hill Farm – Located on a hilltop just under two miles from the village at the end of a country road. A colonial farmhouse – fully restored – one of the oldest dwellings in Grafton – circa 1790 – furnished in antiques with accommodations for 28 guests.
                  • Grafton: Farmhouse ‘Round the Bend – Welcome to Farmhouse Round the Bend, just a five minute walk from the beautifully restored village of Grafton, Vermont. Built in 1844, the Farmhouse has survived the years with its original warmth and simplicity intact.
                  • Grafton: The Old Tavern at Grafton – If ever there was a place to live the poet’s words, this is it. The Old Tavern has a heritage that goes back as far as twelve years after America’s independence.
                  • Grafton: Grafton Homestead – Unique vacation accommodations: a spacious suite of rooms with full kitchen, private bath, furnished with country antiques, in an 1800s historic Grafton Vermont home.
                  • Jamaica: Three Mountain Inn – Three Mountain Inn is all about you. Our staff is dedicated to the fulfillment of your desires, and the creation of pleasures you didn’t know existed. Convenient to skiing, kayaking, and a myriad of seasonal events. Fresh air, starry nights, and mountain views available year round. Fireplaces abound. Dinners delight.
                  • Londonderry: Blue Gentian Lodge – We are located at the base of the Magic Mountain Ski Area in Londonderry, VT. and we are open year round for your enjoyment. Our specialty is satisfying the needs of groups. So whether you are planning a retreat for your organization or a family vacation in the mountains the Blue Gentian has the facilities and location to meet your needs.
                  • Landgrove: Landgrove Inn – Three generations of the Snyder family are currently active in operating this cheerful red clapboard country inn in rural Vermont, where cows graze in undulating fields and horse drawn carriages amble along miles of canopied roads. Comfortable guest rooms are furnished in an antique colonial style with stenciling on the walls, hard-rock maple armoires and rocking chairs.
                  • Londonderry: Dostals Resort Lodge – Nestled in the heart of the region’s most spectacular mountains, Dostal’s provides the quintessential retreat after a day of exploring the wonders of Vermont.
                  • Londonderry: Frog’s Leap Inn
                  • Londonderry: Inn at Three Ponds – Nestled in the pristine Green Mountains, surrounded by rolling hills, you will find our romantic inn. Located near Manchester, our inn features cozy, spacious rooms, fine country breakfast, and many nearby activities.
                  • Londonderry: Swiss Inn & Restaurant, a country inn in the heart of the Green mountains of Vermont.
                  • Marlboro: The Colonel Williams Inn is an Historic Vermont Country Inn that will make you feel relaxed and at home in a casual but elegant atmosphere. Chef-owned and operated the Colonel Williams Inn offers superb inn accommodations and dining for your New England vacation, Vermont wedding or business trip.
                  • Putney: Beckwood Pond Bed & Breakfast – Beckwood Pond Vermont Inn is a romantic 1803 English Colonial bed and breakfast located between Putney and Brattleboro Vermont. The Inn is situated on fifteen beautiful acres, combining tiers of lush green lawns, stone walls, secluded areas and an apple orchard.
                  • Putney: Hickory Ridge House – On a quiet country road two miles from the village of Putney stands this gracious and inviting early 19th century home called Hickory Ridge House. Listed on the National Register of Historic places for its architectural merit, this lovely brick Federal country manor, built in 1808 by Theophilus and Annis Crawford, has become a favorite retreat for travelers and vacationers.
                  • Putney: THE PUTNEY INN – Our 25 overnight rooms, all with private bath, are located in an adjacent building. Offering you the privacy of separate entrances, our rooms echo the gracious warmth and charm of the main farmhouse. Appointed with Queen Anne period replica furnishings, poster beds, wing-backed chairs and all expected amenities, we afford a delightful blend of old and new.
                  • Putney: Ranney-Crawford House is a nearly two centuries old brick Federal manor house. Spend the night in bright, airy bedrooms, some with fireplaces, and wake up to a hearty country breakfast. This idyllic setting is just minutes away from local attractions: enjoy cycling, hiking and cross-country skiing on local trails.
                  • South Newfane: Inn at South Newfane – elegant lodging and fine dining in a small southern Vermont village. Large porch, gardens, and spring-fed pond. Convenient to skiing.
                  • South Newfane: Rock River Bed & Breakfast – Located in the peaceful green hills of southeastern Vermont, Rock River Bed & Breakfast is a licensed, three bedroom bed and breakfast. Unique rooms, a full country breakfast, and a family atmosphere provide a warm and restful setting where guests can relax and rejuvenate, and then venture forth to experience the rich opportunities of our area.
                  • Townshend: Boardman House
                  • Townshend: Redwing Farm – Stay in a 200 year-old farm house, nestled in bright, cozy rooms. Redwing Farm can be “your” Vermont farm, only three hours from Boston, four from New York City.
                  • West Dover: Deerfield Valley Inn, a charming B & B Country Inn in Mount Snow Vermont. Tastefully decoarted rooms with private bath rooms, cable TV and most with wood burning fireplaces
                  • West Dover: Deerhill Inn & Restaurant – From the time you arrive and first glimpse the panoramic views of the Green Mountains, our goal at the Deerhill is to continue to take your breath away, and , in the words of Robert Frost, “to change your mood.” Relearn what it means to relax. Put your feet up. While away the hours in one of our 15 guest rooms, all with private baths and comfortable appointments.
                  • West Dover: Austin Hill Inn– Located in the foothills of the Green Mountains of Vermont and 2.5 miles south of Mount Snow, VT and the Mt. Snow ski resort and just outside the historic village of West Dover, our small country inn offers eleven romantic guestrooms with country appointments, private baths, fireplaces and balconies.
                  • West Dover: The Gray Ghost Inn is pleased to offer you relaxed lodging and hearty Vermont breakfasts, freshly prepared to your wishes. Our Inn has twenty six individually decorated guest rooms, each with private bath.
                  • West Dover: Shield Inn Bed & Breakfast, located between Bennington and Brattleboro.
                  • West Dover: The Mountaineer Inn of southern Vermont has beckoned summer and winter visitors for decades. The Inn remains a quiet mountain retreat with friendly attentive service and home cooked meals. The Inn is family owned and operated.
                  • West Townshend : Windham Hill Inn offers fine dining and elegant accommodations at a New England country inn set in the Green Mountains of rural Southern Vermont. Facilities for meetings, conferences & retreats.
                  • Wilmington: Shearer Hill Farm Bed and Breakfast
                  • Wilmington: The Trail’s End ~ A Country Inn – Nestled among the pines along a quiet country road, Trail’s End offers traditional New England hospitality in a secluded setting of beautifully kept grounds on ten acres. The Inn provides a wide variety of facilities for your comfort and enjoyment, including an outdoor heated swimming pool, a clay tennis court, a a stocked trout pond, lovely flower gardens,and game room with 8 foot Olhausen Pool Table.
                  • Wilmington: The Nutmeg Inn is situated in the heart of the Mount Snow Valley high in the Green Mountains of Southern Vermont. It sits along the historic Molly Stark Trail and offers a picturesque example of an Early American Farmhouse, Barn and Carriage House. Built in 1777, the Inn has retained many of its original architectural details including exposed beams, iron fixtures on the original doors, dormer ceilings and an original tin ceiling.
                  • Wilmington: The Inn at Quail Run – Off the beaten track and nestled in the woods – yet only 3.5 miles from Mount Snow, The Inn at Quail Run is located on 15 pristine wooded acres and offers spectacular views of the Deerfield Valley and Haystack Mountain.
                  • Windham: Windham Gardens Bed & Breakfast – Windham Gardens, surrounded by the natural beauty of the Green Mountains, offers three lovely guest rooms with bed and breakfast accommodations, or all rooms can be rented as a whole, including the kitchen. Guests compliment most the peaceful splendor of Windham Gardens.
                  • Barnard: The Maple Leaf Inn, a Victorian-style farmhouse nestled snugly within sixteen acres of maple and birch trees. With its white steepled churches, general store, and views of Silver Lake and the Green Mountains, Barnard is a quintessential Vermont village. Country lanes and back roads invite you to explore farms, fields, and forests ever changing with the seasons.
                  • Bridgewater Corners: Corners Inn Restaurant offers dining and accommodations near Killington and Okemo ski slopes. Choose from five guest rooms featuring private bathrooms, country-style furnishings, and queen-size beds. Enjoy fine cuisine with an Italian flair in our beautiful dining rooms or on the deck, looking out on the wooded mountain slopes. This New England inn was established from a Victorian Farmhouse in 1983.
                  • Chester: Henry Farm Inn offers nine rooms in a restored two hundred year old farmhouse. Special packages include quilting, massage, or barbeque.
                  • Chester: Cranberry Farm Inn – The Inn at Cranberry Farm Bed and Breakfast, is a beautiful post and beam bed & breakfast inn set on 60 acres of rolling meadows and forested hillside. Eleven romantic rooms on three levels.
                  • Chester: The Quail Hollow Inn – in the lovely town of Chester, Vermont is a four-season bed & breakfast in one of the most scenic parts of Vermont. We offer six guestrooms all with private baths. Each morning start your day with a country breakfast and relax at the end of the day in our Great room.
                  • Hartland: The Sumner Mansion – An 1807 Federal-style historic landmark B&B with spacious, air-conditioned, period decorated guest rooms and private baths. Bountiful breakfast buffet and afternoon refreshments. Privileges at Quechee Club. Panoramic mountain views.
                  • Ludlow: Austria Haus & Oslo House is a country-style retreat with Scandinavian accents.
                  • Ludlow: Combes Family Inn – As the name indicates, The Combes Family Inn Bed and Breakfast, is a true FAMILY inn situated on a quiet country back road in the heart of Vermont’s mountain and lake region. We invite you to explore our 50 acres of rolling meadows and woods.
                  • Proctorsville: Golden Stage Inn – Truly a four season inn, the Golden Stage Inn bed and breakfast in the Okemo Valley in the midst of year round outdoor recreation and holiday travel opportunities. The Inn is just four miles from Okemo Mountain, one of the best family ski areas in Vermont; 15 miles from Killington access; and a 30 minute drive from Ascutney Mtn Ski Area.
                  • Quechee: Herrin House Inn – Here you will find our beautifully renovated country house featuring magnificent views, wrap-around porch, sun-washed-pond, and old brick and stone fireplaces. Clean air, green rolling hills and gracious Vermont hospitality offer an escape from today’s hectic pace.
                  • Quechee: Parker House Inn is a classic 19th century Vermont Inn. Each room is charming with its own unique character. Room furnishings and decor reflect this era. In Parker House Restaurant, you will dine on cuisine best described as American “comfort food.”
                  • Quechee: The Quechee Inn at Marshland Farm – Charming guest rooms combined with critically acclaimed candlelit dining make this 1793 country inn a Quechee favorite. One half mile out of the village, overlooking the Ottauquechee River and Dewey’s Pond.
                  • Reading: Bailey’s Mills Bed & Breakfast – Located in hilly country, fifteen minutes drive south of Woodstock, this B&B offers gracious guest rooms, two with have working fireplaces. There’s a feeling of history as you turn into the curved driveway, passing a cemetery and first catch sight of the inn, nestled amongst beech trees and mature maples.
                  • Rochester: Liberty Hill Farm – There is always a warm welcome at Liberty Hill Farm. The farm is nestled between the White River and the Green Mountains. Hiking and cross country ski trails start at the front door. Trout fishing along the meadow’s edge is superb. There is even a great little swimming hole, a perfect place for a bonfire in the evening while waiting for the stars to come out.
                  • Springfield: The Hartness House Inn – From this site, you can tour our inn, explore our menus, read about our incredible history, learn why we are listed on the National Register of Historic Places and discover many area attractions.
                  • South Woodstock: Kedron Valley Inn – The Inn is nestled on fifteen acres of rolling foothills in the Green Mountains. In the backyard rests a large private swimming lake with two white sand beaches, one for adults only. Lush, mature perennial and bulb gardens surround the main house. On the front porch lounges a family of well-loved rocking chairs. A bubbling country brook ambles along the back of the property. Blue skies, tall maples and fragrant evergreens frame this peaceful picture.
                  • Weston: The Colonial House – The large living room for our guests, with an aura of warmth and friendliness, is complete with aged beamed ceilings, lots of comfortable overstuffed furniture, wide plank floors and the warmest stove in Vermont.
                  • White River Junction: The Pippin Inn is located next to Vermont’s beautiful Quechee Gorge. (The Grand Canyon of the East) This romantic getaway offers you six acres of gracious grounds amidst a majestic driveway and antique stonewalls. Enjoy our spacious suites with large private baths and your very own sitting room.
                  • Woodstock: 1830 Shire Town Inn – Nestled in the picturesque Village of Woodstock we have enjoyed 10 years of welcoming guests to our bed and breakfast. The building is listed on the National Register and is a farmhouse built in the 1830’s featuring the warmth of beamed ceilings and wide board wood floors.
                  • Woodstock: Ardmore Inn – The Ardmore Inn is a distinguished newly restored 1850 Victorian Greek Revival house centrally located on Woodstock’s main street right in the historic district of the village. Guests can leisurely walk to fine shops and restaurants through covered bridges.
                  • Woodstock: Canterbury House B & B – Located in the picturesque Village of Woodstock,Vermont. Inspired by the impressive concentration and continuity of late 18th an 19th century architecture, National Geographic Magazine called the village, one of the most beautiful in America.
                  • Woodstock: The Carriage House of Woodstock – Victorian home offers rooms with private baths and a full breakfast.
                  • Woodstock: The Village Inn of Woodstock – Romantic victorian b&b, restaurant and tavern located in the historic village of Woodstock, VT.
                  • Woodstock: Deer Brook Inn – Located five miles west of the Woodstock village green and ten miles east of Kilington Ski Area’s “Skyship” gondola, Deer Brook Inn Bed and Breakfast is a two-story Colonial style farmhouse on Route 4 in beautiful Woodstock, Vermont.
                  • Woodstock: The Lincoln Inn at the Covered Bridge – The inn is a lovingly restored farmhouse atop six acres of beautiful rolling hills, which slope softly down to the edge of the Ottauquechee River. Strolling along the river bank, you come to the Lincoln Covered Bridge.
                  • Woodstock: Charleston House – Built in 1835, the Charleston House is a traditional Greek Revival brick townhouse that has been restored according to strict standards for historic preservation. The inn is now listed in the Register of National Historic Places.
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