This stunning upscale Bed & Breakfast Inn was built in 1890 by a wealthy sawmill owner, whose goal was to erect an exemplary sample of turn-of-the-century architecture. Using the finest materials available, he succeeded in creating a showplace of late Victorian architectural detail and craftsmanship. The inn is situated amidst 3.17 acres of spectacular gardens with a secluded pond in one of Vermont’s strongest tourist destination villages. This extraordinary inn offers 14 posh guest rooms and suites with luxuriously appointed, tiled bathrooms. The lavishly furnished suites feature gas fireplaces and jetted or thermal massage tubs and most feature French doors that open to private decks or brick terraces overlooking the gardens. A contemporary restaurant wing features a magnificent dining room with a soaring cathedral ceiling, 18’ granite fireplace and a 2-story wall of glass with fixating views over the extensive gardens, pond and neighboring hillsides.
The inn is operated as a high-end Bed & Breakfast inn, but was once a premier dining destination inn. Licenses have been retained for a 45-seat restaurant serviced by an all stainless, commercial kitchen. The business performs well with or without full dinner service and is ideally suited to host upscale functions both inside and in the gardens. During normal operating times, this highly sought after tourist destination garners the highest ADR and occupancy rates in Vermont. A Non-Disclosure Agreement is required to receive additional information. Please inquire.
Updated on June 14, 2021 at 4:36 pm