The architect W.R.B. Wilcox designed the house to reflect the changing styles of the day. No small, dark Victorian rooms but rather large, light filled spaces with careful attention to details including built in benches, cupboards and built in chests of drawers in each bedroom closet. The oak and maple floors have been refinished and are decorated with Turkish and Persian carpets.
This beautifully restored Victorian Manor located in St. Albans, Vermont was built in 1858 by Victor Atwood in the old Railroad town of St. Albans. The house is rare, in that it has only had 3 previous owners. Each room of this Vermont Bed & Breakfast has been completely restored and decorated in period fashion. Dine in the formal dining room or enjoy a sumptuous full breakfast in the less formal café area or sunny deck. Enjoy the exquisite gardens from one of four outside porches; take in a novel in the enchanting living room, or, simply sip a cup of French press coffee or tea in one of the two sitting rooms offered by the house. Local beer, wine, and ciders are also available in our bar.
The Brandon Inn was established in 1786 and is included on the National Register of Historic Places. The town of Brandon is known for its beautiful and varied architecture, fascinating history and a thriving artistic community. The Inn is one of the oldest continuously operating hospitality businesses in Vermont. The individually decorated guest rooms, delicious full country breakfasts and central village location make The Brandon Inn a perfect spot for an enjoyable stay in Vermont.
Enjoy Vermont as you have imagined it with a memorable countryside bed and breakfast stay at the Farmhouse Inn at Robinson Farm. The open farmland setting is spectacular, the beds are comfortable, the hospitality is friendly, and breakfasts are hot, hearty, and homemade using locally sourced products including fresh eggs that we collect daily from our happy hens and featuring our own golden honey, homemade maple syrup, and garden delights.
Historic Fisk Farm on Isle La Motte, Vermont overlooks Lake Champlain with magnificent views of lake, mountain and meadow. Offering natural beauty, historic charm, and peace and quiet to our visitors and friends, your stay in one of our two picturesque cottages helps to support our work of historic preservation, land conservation, and community well being. Adjoining our 24 acres is the Fisk Quarry Preserve, a 20 acre site which contains a rich wetland habitat for birds and animals as well as a geological treasure - remnants of the ancient 450 million year old Chazy Fossil Reef.
Built by Vermont Governor Carroll S. Page in 1893 as a copy of the 1759 Longfellow House in Cambridge, MA, this comfortable bed and breakfast offers the gracious elegance of an earlier time. For enthusiasts, come to a Jane Austen weekend! It won’t just be good company; it will be the “company of clever well-informed people who have a great deal of conversation”. It’s not Bath, but it is Hyde Park and you’ll love Vermont circa 1800.
Located in the center of the historic village of Shelburne, the Heart of the Village Inn is the perfect place to stay in the Burlington area. Conveniently located across the road from the Shelburne Museum, and surrounded by several great restaurants and art galleries, along with a quintessential Vermont country store and a local wine & coffee shop. A short bike ride away from Shelburne Farms, Shelburne Vineyards, Vermont Teddy Bear, and the beaches of Lake Champlain. A ten-minute drive will get you to downtown Burlington and the airport, and we are less than an hour from some of the best hiking & skiing in New England.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Hotel Coolidge offers 30 country inn guestrooms with private baths and a location in the heart of the village of White River Junction. Many local shops and trendy diners, cafes, coffee shops, martini bar and other dining are within walking distance. The professional live theater production group Northern Stage calls the Briggs Opera House home and is located right next store to Hotel Coolidge.
The INN is an eleven-room boutique hotel, with a fantastic bar and restaurant in the heart of Montgomery Center, a picturesque yet quirky ski town just down the road from the ever growing Jay Peak ski resort, known far and wide for its Jay Cloud, which year after year, delivers the greatest snowfall in the east. Jay Peak is also a burgeoning four-season resort with an indoor waterpark and 36 holes of championship golf. The INN itself is a historic, rambling 6500-square foot former lumber baron's home built in 1890, complete with an attached carriage house and views of the beautiful Trout River flowing out back. It has been renovated with great care from stem to stern, creating a warm, inviting space that embraces guests with surprising amenities, décor, and special touches at every turn.
The Inn at Shelburne Farms on the shores of Lake Champlain was originally the 19th-century country home of Dr. William Seward and Lila Vanderbilt Webb. Restored in 1987, the Inn today retains its historic character and continues the tradition of warmth, informal elegance and hospitality enjoyed by guests for more than a century.
Just outside the renowned village of Woodstock, The Jackson House Inn blends the charm of an 1890 Vermont Queen Anne manor house with the service of a boutique inn. Enjoy three acres of lush property including a brook-fed pond and landscaped gardens or a cozy seat in front of our floor-to-ceiling fireplace. Escape to our relaxing accommodations - five classic queen guest rooms or six spacious, one-room suites - and indulge in a unique breakfast experience featuring locally-sourced organic ingredients. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the inn provides an extraordinarily peaceful, private retreat with access to the many attractions and seasonal activities of Central Vermont.
This lovingly restored Victorian home has a warm, comfortable feeling. Situated on large, well-groomed and garden-filled grounds, it combines the best of country living with an in-town location.
Discover The Latchis Hotel and Theatre, one of only two Art Deco buildings in the state of Vermont. In a recent reader's poll by the Brattleboro Reformer, the Latchis Hotel was voted Brattleboro's Best Hotel/B&B, and the Latchis Theatre was voted Best Theatre and the Best Place for Concerts.
This one-of-a-kind property dates back to 1797. Located a mile from Hanover, NH, this 38-room inn also has a brew pub and a full restaurant.
Take a step back in time at The Old Stagecoach Inn, an historic bed and breakfast built in 1826, and conveniently located in the heart of Waterbury Village. Formerly a tavern, stagecoach stop, and private residence, it is currently listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Walking distance from many local restaurants and shops, enjoy a leisurely dinner or visit a local brew pub without having to get into your car.
The Shoreham Inn was built in 1790 and has run almost continuously as an Inn since that time. Ten guest rooms including three large loft-style suites in an historic reconstructed Sheep Barn located directly behind the main Inn building. Meals five nights a week in British-style pub.