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ABOUT OUR WOODSTOCK, VT INN

We are located in the village of Woodstock, Vermont.  Park your car and walk to the village green, numerous art galleries, boutique shops, cafes and restaurants. Rates include our three course breakfast, served at private tables in the dining room.  We invite you to be our guest in the tavern for a free glass of our house wine in the afternoon between 4:30 and 5:30 p.m. on the day of your check in.  Our tavern is open until 8:00 p.m. for you to purchase a drink to enjoy throughout our property or grounds. All our beautiful Woodstock, VT Inn rooms feature private baths, color cable television, Turkish cotton towels, luxury linens, complimentary wireless internet access, hair dryers, individually controlled air conditioning and heat, Poggesi of Italy bath products, iron and ironing board.  Guests liken us to a boutique hotel. Feel free to arrive early and park your car in our off-street paved parking lot.  We have plenty of parking, so you’re also welcome to leave your car for the day after check-out. It’s your time away, so let us help you make the most of it in our award winning bed and breakfast.

Our 1899 Woodstock VT bed and breakfast is conveniently located in the heart of Woodstock village – just a short walk from numerous art galleries, wonderful shopping and dining, and all that a romantic vacation in Woodstock Vermont has to offer.

With convenient access to nearby Quechee, Barnard, Hanover, Killington, Bridgewater, and White River Junction, our Woodstock VT inn is close to many central Vermont attractions and activities.

Our luxurious Woodstock Vermont lodging accommodations. We have four suites
and four standard rooms.  Lodging amenities include a three-course gourmet breakfast, some rooms with spa tubs and fireplaces, all with luxurious linens and gorgeous decor. Relax and enjoy our guest tavern, gorgeous seasonal gardens and front parlor and porch.

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The Village Inn of Woodstock is committed to protecting the environment, the health and safety of our employees, and the community in which we conduct our business. It is our policy to seek continual improvement throughout our business operations to lessen our impact on the local and global environment by conserving energy, water and other natural resources; reducing waste generation; recycling and; reducing our use of toxic materials. We are committed to environmental excellence and pollution prevention, meeting or exceeding all environmental regulatory requirements, and to purchasing products which have greater recycled content with lower toxicity and packaging, that reduce the use of natural resources.

Our breakfasts are made from scratch and feature ingredients from local Vermont farms and purveyors within an hours drive from Woodstock, VT and our inn. 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.

Lovingly treasured over the years, our beautiful Woodstock Vermont bed and breakfast features exquisite attention to detail that whisks you back to a more elegant time. Original oak wainscoting and moldings, ornate tin ceilings, and cranberry glass lamps mix with stunning chandeliers, custom heavy draperies and hand-printed Bradbury and Bradbury wallpaper.

Yet this Woodstock Vermont painted lady is anything but stuffy!

Garden Terrace

As the only village of Woodstock B&B with an outdoor terrace, we pride ourselves in the lovely, contemplative atmosphere we’ve created for guests to our Woodstock Vermont inn. Purchase a glass of wine in our Tavern and stroll out to a shaded table or sunny spot for a serene place to sip. Curl up on a bench with a book, or simply gaze at the trickling fountain and colorful flowers. From late Spring through Fall, our terrace is a great place to hang out after a day of discovering the many active and relaxed activities of central Vermont.

Area Information

Natural beauty, historic homes, covered bridges and elegant shops lure visitors to Woodstock, Vermont year after year. Combine these attributes with nearby central Vermont attractions such as alpine skiing, cross country ski touring, romantic sleigh rides, biking, hiking, horseback riding, canoeing, golf, tennis, and basking in the sun at one of the many lakes in the region and you’ve got a year-round destination!

Here are our top picks broken out by category:

Outdoor Fun

  1. Enjoy a day on the water. Take a self-guided canoe, kayak or raft trip on a pristine section of the Connecticut River in Windsor Vermont. Rentals are available through Great River Outfitters, and North Star Canoe Rentals and Wilderness Trail.
  2. Fly fishing guide services are available through Green Mountain Troutfitters and Wilderness Trails.
  3. Green Mountain Horse Association is the nation’s oldest continuously operating horse association. It offers competitive, recreational and educational equine activities in five disciplines – combined training, dressage, driving, hunters/jumpers, and trail.
  4. Play golf at nearby Woodstock Country Club, home of an 18-hole Robert Trent Jones, Sr. course.
  5. Hike the local trails – we have an extensive trail system here in the village. From the top of Mt. Tom, right here in the village, take in dramatic views of the village and the surrounding mountains.
  6. Alpine skiing abounds in Vermont. Suicide Six is located 3 miles from the center of Woodstock. Killington is 18 miles, Mt. Ascutney is 17, and Okemo is 25 miles. Check Ski Conditions here.
  7. Cross country skiing, snow shoeing, fishing, canoeing/kayaking and bike rental are all available at Wilderness Trails in Quechee.
  8. Visit nearby Quechee Gorge, “Vermont’s Little Grand Canyon.”
  9. Picnic, swim, and canoe at nearby Silver Lake State Park – this is a great place for families. There is a beautiful beach with a diving pier, a large playground, concession stand, clean bathrooms and a large covered space, which can be reserved for group outings.
  10. Enjoy an old-fashioned horse-drawn sleigh or carriage ride. Carriage Rides leave right from our front door. You can arrange your ride directly with Peter or Beth Mantello of Three Brothers Farm, (802) 457-4934.

hopping & Relaxing

  1. Enjoy the terrific shops in the Village, including numerous antique shops, specialty food, craft, clothing and gift shops, new and used book stores, and much more.
  2. The Vermont Cheese Trail offers you the opportunity to visit the producers of the many superb cheeses that are made in Vermont. Note: The cheese makers are mostly small producers, and not always open, so advance planning is a most fabulous idea!
  3. Visit Simon Pearce and marvel in the works of the renown glass master. Purchase handmade glass pottery and flatware.
  4. Visit King Arthur Flour’s headquarters in Norwich.
  5. Tour the factory of renown furniture maker Charles Shackleton, and potter Miranda Thomas in nearby Bridgewater
  6. Enjoy the spa services available at The Strong House Spa in nearby Quechee. Choose from a large number of skin care treatments, body treatments and therapeutic massage.
  7. Visit F. H. Gillingham & Sons, Vermont’s oldest general store, located right in the village.
  8. Visit Long Trail Brewery in Bridgewater Corners and Harpoon Brewery in Windsor.
  9. Sugarbush Farm is the perfect place to learn how maple syrup is made, taste the four grades, and learn why each tastes different. You can also taste many Vermont made products here, including fourteen varieties of cheese.

Cultural Highlights

  1. Visit Billings Farm and Museum, a modern working dairy farm and a museum of Vermont farm life in the 1890s.
  2. Marsh Billings Rockefeller National Historic Park, Vermont’s only National Park, focuses on the history and evolution of conservation stewardship in America.
  3. The Vermont Institute of Natural Science and Raptor Center is New England’s leading Raptor Care and Educational facility, and offers the opportunity to see over 20 species of birds of prey including owls, hawks, falcons and eagles
  4. See our four covered bridges “one in the center of town, one 4 miles east at Taftsville, the third 3 miles west, and the fourth in Queechee” each spanning the Ottauquechee River.
  5. Take a guided walking tour of the beautiful homes and buildings here in the village.
  6. The Woodstock Historical Society , located right in the village in the 1807 Dana House, has changing exhibits that include paintings, decorative arts pieces, textiles, costumes, antique toys, dolls, doll houses, tools and other local items. Guided tours are available. Pentangle Council on the Arts, a non-profit arts council, presents music, theater, dance and family events in the Woodstock Town Hall Theatre, a 400-seat historic theater.
  7. Visit President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site, the birthplace and boyhood home of Calvin Coolidge, in nearby Plymouth Notch.
  8. The Lebanon Opera House and The Claremont Opera House offer live performances.
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