A Luxury Woodstock VT Bed and Breakfast
Welcome to an incomparable Woodstock VT Inn!
- Our elegant and romantic Woodstock VT bed and breakfast is conveniently located in the heart of Woodstock village.
- Walk to art galleries, boutique shops, cafes and restaurants, and all that a romantic vacation in New England has to offer.
- With convenient access to nearby Quechee, Barnard, Hanover, Killington, Bridgewater, and White River Junction, our Vermont inn is close to all of the most wonderful things to do in Vermont.
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- Our luxurious Woodstock inn accommodations include a two-room suite and seven pampering guestrooms.
- All rooms have private, en-suite bathrooms, Turkish cotton towels, flat panel televisions, complimentary w-fi, Pogessi of Italy bath products, hair dryers, iron and ironing board, luxurious linens and gorgeous decor.
- Some rooms have spa tubs and fireplaces.
- Dine at individual tables, by candlelight, at your convenience between 8 and 9:30 a.m. In the winter months, enjoy the fire in the wood-burning fireplace in the dining room. In the summer months you may dine al fresco on our beautiful terrace.
- Our three course breakfasts are made from scratch and feature ingredients from local Vermont farms and purveyors within an hours drive from Woodstock, VT and our inn.
- Choose what you would like to eat each morning. We always offer the entree of the day, farm fresh eggs prepared to order, or Evelyn’s granola. All accompanied by freshly squeezed orange juice, seasonal fruit, Evelyn’s pastry of the day, three kinds of Inn-made bread, and Green Mountain Smokehouse bacon or sausage.
- Relax and enjoy our guest tavern, gorgeous seasonal gardens, front parlor and porch.
- As the only village of Woodstock B&B with an outdoor terrace, we pride ourselves in the lovely spring and summer Woodstock Vermont vacation environment we have created for our guests.
- Working with Simon Pearce and other notable Woodstock, Vermont attractions and destinations, we’ve created special Vermont vacation packages that must not be missed. By Evelyn Brey.