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Woodstock Inn & Resort - Vermont's Most Beautiful Address. Reserve your stay today!

Stay where history was made at a Vermont historic inn or hotel

Vermont hotels and inns include a subset of establishments with long histories, including some that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. VT historic lodgings a first class hotels where guests can enjoy beautiful furnishings, high quality service, and close proximity to dining, shopping, historic and cultural attractions.
Music Room - Rabbit Hill Inn - Waterford, VT
Rabbit Hill Inn

48 Lower Waterford Road Lower Waterford, VT, 05848 Phone: 802-748-5168

Romantic inn takes guests back to more relaxed era

Hospitality is an age-old tradition at the Rabbit Hill Inn, which began in the late 1700s as a place where traders traveling from Montreal to Boston or Portland could hoist a tankard of ale and lodge overnight. Save one period in the 1900s when it was a private home, Rabbit Hill has been an inn ever since. Today’s guests in the 19-room bed and breakfast will discover not only modern comforts (some rooms have double hydromassage tubs) but those that harken back to a relaxed age: a candlelit dining room serving exquisitely crafted American fare, crackling fireplaces, puzzles in cozy sitting rooms, lemonade in the afternoon on the porch and gazebos where you can listen to the waterfall. Rated #39 of the Top 100 Hotels Worldwide, #3 in the USA, and #1 in the Northeast by Travel & Leisure, July 2020.
Naulakha New Spring View - The Landmark Trust USA - Dummerston, VT
The Landmark Trust USA

707 Kipling Road Dummerston, VT, 05301 Phone: 802-254-6868

Stay in charming homes with a true sense of history

Almost as enjoyable as staying in the unique historic vacation rentals of The Landmark Trust USA is choosing which property to try! Most famous is Rudyard Kipling’s Naulakha, built in 1892, where you can sit at the desk where The Jungle Books were written. Follow the tree-lined driveway to The Kipling’s Carriage House, built in 1895, which offers sweeping meadow views. Built in 1802, The Amos Brown House retains much of its original detail; it’s furnished with period furniture and boasts a charming front porch to watch the sunset. The 1849 Dutton Farmhouse is perfect for a getaway with family or friends and offers spectacular views. Once a working sugar house, The Sugarhouse, built in 1915, is now a cozy retreat for one or two. The homes are all close to skiing, hiking, water activities and cultural venues.
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Woodstock Inn & Resort - Where Luxury and Adventure Gather. Reserve your stay today!