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 Vermont
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

History, and your senses, will come fully alive when you stay at one of these lovingly restored properties

History comes in a variety of forms when you stay at one of the lovingly restored properties of The Landmark Trust USA. Couples love the rustic, intimate Sugarhouse, once part of a maple-sugaring operation. Families love the 1837 Dutton Farmhouse with its orchard views and game room. The barn-red Amos Brown House, built in 1802, boasts period furniture and front-door access to hiking, biking and cross-country skiing. Rudyard Kipling’s three-story Naulakha, built for the author in 1892 (along with its Carriage House, which sleeps four), features much of the original furniture (you can sit at the desk where “The Jungle Book” was written) as well as a mini-museum with Kipling artifacts. Outside, play tennis on the original clay tennis court.
Summer Front View - Four Columns Inn - Newfane, VT
Four Columns Inn

23 West Street Newfane, VT, 05345 Phone: 802-365-7713

Picturesque Vermont inn celebrates its New England roots and history

Four Columns Inn is open! Availability is limited during the reopening period, so please call for up-to-date reservations. Also, visit our FAQ for our COVID policies & procedures.

Playing host to history and celebrities, including everyone from Henry Kissinger and John Kenneth Galbraith to Mick Jagger and Sting, is nothing new at the Four Columns Inn. The boutique inn, which opened as a guest house in 1965, is known for its peaceful setting, attention to detail and sense of place. Today, its 16 spacious rooms feature an eclectic collection of antique and modern pieces and original art that celebrate the region. The tradition of farm-to-table dining excellence, which began decades ago, is still celebrated at Artisan restaurant. Nearby Newfane is the perfect New England village, with its columned courthouse on a handsome green.
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