Historic Vermont Bed and Breakfast Inns

Addison

1 Whitford House
— Addison, VT 1790
2 Morningside Inn
— Addison, VT 1813
3 Heatherstone Bed & Breakfast
— Addison, VT 1824

Alburg

4 Ransom Bay Inn
— Alburg, VT 1795
5 Thomas Mott Homestead B&B
— Alburg, VT 1838
Saint Anne's Shrine, Hyde Cabin, two presidential birthplaces. Read More

Arlington

6 The Arlington Inn

— Arlington, VT 1847
Custom Built in 1847 for Martin Chester Demming. Read More
7 Deming House

— Arlington, VT 1780
8 Arlington's West Mountain Inn

— Arlington, VT 1850
9 Hill Farm Inn
— Arlington, VT 1790
It has been operating as an inn since 1905. Read More
10 The Inn on Covered Bridge Green
— Arlington, VT 1792

Barnard

11 The Fan House
— Barnard, VT 1840
Historic house near Silver Lake in Barnard (Woodstock) Vermont. Read More

Barnet

12 The Old Homestead
— Barnet, VT 1850

Barre

13 Millstone Hill
— Barre, VT 1890
14 Maplecroft B&B
— Barre, VT 1887
15 REYNOLDS HOUSE
— Barre, VT 1892

Bennington

16 Safford Mills Inn & Cafe

— Bennington, VT 1774
The oldest house in Bennington Village circa 1774 Read More
17 South Shire Inn

— Bennington, VT 1887
18 Four Chimneys Inn & Restaurant
— Bennington, VT 1783
19 The Eddington House Inn
— Bennington, VT 1857

Brandon

20 Brandon Inn

— Brandon, VT 1786
21 12 Franklin Street B&B

— Brandon, VT 1816
Built in 1850. Read More
22 Old Mill Inn
— Brandon, VT 1786
23 Rosebelle's Victorian Inn
— Brandon, VT 1839
The area boasts a number of covered bridges. Shelburn Museum is 37 miles from the inn. Read More
24 The Inn on Park Street
— Brandon, VT 1860
25 The Gazebo Inn
— Brandon, VT 1865
Stephen A. Douglas' birthplace is a few doors away. Read More
26 Lilac Inn
— Brandon, VT 1909
Originally built as a summer cottage this 11,000 square foot Renaissance style mansion is the centerpiece of Park Street, the prettiest street in Vermont. Read More
27 Cozy Cottages
— Brandon, VT 1930

Brattleboro

28 1868 Crosby House
— Brattleboro, VT 1868
The historic Brattlesboro inn was built by a wealthy local family as a wedding present for a son. The Crosby family were instrumental in much of the early town development. Read More
29 The Inn on Putney Road
— Brattleboro, VT 1929
All bathrooms have the original, nickel-plated brass fixtures and white tile floors and walls. Read More
30 Dalem's Chalet
— Brattleboro, VT 1897
31 Latchis Hotel
— Brattleboro, VT 1938

Bridgewater Corners

32 October Country Inn
— Bridgewater Corners, VT 1860

Bristol

33 Inn at Baldwin Creek & Mary's Restaurant
— Bristol, VT 1797
34 Vermont Bed and Breakfast at Russell Young Farm
— Bristol, VT 1870
35 Dreamhouse Country Inn
— Bristol, VT 1852

Brownsville

36 Mill Brook B&B
— Brownsville, VT 1878
Each room has history of a past resident. Read More

Burlington

37 Lang House on Main Street Bed and Breakfast

— Burlington, VT 1881
38 Made INN Vermont, an Urban-Chic Boutique Bed and Breakfast

— Burlington, VT 1881
Queen Anne architecture. Read More
39 Willard Street Inn
— Burlington, VT 1881
40 Dubuque Lane Guest House
— Burlington, VT 1912
41 Sunset House B&B
— Burlington, VT 1908

Castleton

42 Applewood Manor Bed & Breakfast
— Castleton, VT 1789
A large colonial addition was built in 1805. The original kitchen with brick fireplace and beehive over is now a handsome dining-room. Many original features still exist such as oak and yellow pine... Read More

Cavendish

43 Inn at Glimmerstone Mansion
— Cavendish, VT 1845

Chelsea

44 Windswept Acres
— Chelsea, VT 1815
45 Devil's Den Farm
— Chelsea, VT 1921

Chester

46 Chester House Inn

— Chester, VT 1780
47 Inn Victoria
— Chester, VT 1850
Circa 1850, three-story Victorian inn with mansard roof. Read More
48 Quail Hollow Inn
— Chester, VT 1860
49 The Stone Hearth Inn & Tavern
— Chester, VT 1810
50 Stone Cottage Collectables
— Chester, VT 1840
51 Old Town Farm Inn
— Chester, VT 1861
52 Rose Arbour B&B
— Chester, VT 1890
53 The Fullerton Inn
— Chester, VT 1923
The Village Historical Society is across the way. The Coolidge Birthplace is 30 minutes away and Billings Farm Museum is a 45-minute journey. Read More

Chittenden

54 Mountain Top Inn & Resort
— Chittenden, VT 1870
Made famous by President Eisenhower's visit in 1955 during a fishing expedition, the Inn was originally the barn for the Long family's turnip farm in the 1870s. In the 1940s, William Barstow, an... Read More

Craftsbury

55 Craftsbury Inn
— Craftsbury, VT 1850

Danby

56 Quail's Nest B&B
— Danby, VT 1835
1835 Greek Revival house with original marble porches. Read More

Danville

57 Emergo Farms Bed and Breakfast
— Danville, VT 1890

Derby Line

58 The Birchwood Bed & Breakfast
— Derby Line, VT 1920

Dorset

59 Dorset Inn
— Dorset, VT 1796
1796. Read More
60 Barrows House
— Dorset, VT 1804
61 Dovetail Inn
— Dorset, VT 1820
62 Squire House B&B
— Dorset, VT 1918

East Burke

63 The Inn At Mountain View Farm
— East Burke, VT 1890
See website http://www. innmtnview. com/history. html. Read More

East Dover

64 Cooper Hill Inn
— East Dover, VT 1797

East Middlebury

65 Waybury Inn
— East Middlebury, VT 1810
inNational Register. Read More
66 Elizabeth's October Pumpkin
— East Middlebury, VT 1850

East Poultney

67 The Hopson House Bed & Breakfast
— East Poultney, VT 1785

Fair Haven

68 Marble Mansion Inn

— Fair Haven, VT 1867
Built by descendant of the Ethan Allen Family, Ira C. Read More
69 Haven Guest House Bed & Breakfast

— Fair Haven, VT 1900
70 Fair Haven Inn B&B
— Fair Haven, VT 1820

Fairfax

71 Inn at Buckhollow Farm
— Fairfax, VT 1790
Burlington (35 minutes), Shelburne Museum (45 minutes). Read More

Fairlee

72 Silver Maple Lodge & Cottages
— Fairlee, VT 1790
The Quechee Gorge, Maple Grove Maple Museum, Billings Farm & Museum and the Saint Gauden's National Historic Site are among the area's historic sites. Read More

Gaysville

73 Cobble House Inn
— Gaysville, VT 1864
The Underground Railroad is rumored to have run through the area, and the surrounding area is full of history to discover. Read More

Goshen

74 Blueberry Hill Inn
— Goshen, VT 1813
Original part of the Inn was built circa 1813 and was used as a lodging establishment for the Loggers who came to the area. Read More

Grafton

75 Grafton Inn
— Grafton, VT 1801
The Old Tavern is one of the nation's oldest operating inns (since 1801). We are a member of Historic Hotels of America. Read More
76 Inn at Woodchuck Hill Farm
— Grafton, VT 1790

Guilford

77 Green River Bridge House
— Guilford, VT 1830

Hartland

78 Sumner Mansion Inn
— Hartland, VT 1807
Built in 1807 for a wealthy entreprenaur named David Sumner. The mansion was built by renowned architect Asher Benjamin known to be father of the federal period. Read More

Highgate Falls

79 Highgate Manor
— Highgate Falls, VT 1818

Huntington

80 Windekind Farm and Country Inn
— Huntington, VT 1900

Hyde Park

81 Governor's House in Hyde Park

— Hyde Park, VT 1893
Copy of 1759 Longfellow House in Cambridge, Mass. Restored and decorated in 2001 with period appropriate furnishings. Some appropriate historic memorabilia on display. Read More
82 Fitch Hill Inn
— Hyde Park, VT 1797
Construction began about 1797 when Darius married Lydia Billings. The home remained in the Fitch family until the 1950s. During that time the owners made additions and alterations to the original... Read More

Jamaica

83 Three Mountain Inn

— Jamaica, VT 1780

Jeffersonville

84 Nye's Green Valley Farm B&B
— Jeffersonville, VT 1811
The house was built as a stagecoach tavern in 1811 and purchased by the owner's grandfather in 1867. It was farmed by the Nye family until 1974. It may have been part of the underground railroad. Read More
85 Donomar Inn
— Jeffersonville, VT 1865
Built between 1861 and 1869 by George Washington Holmes. He also built several covered bridges in the area. Read More

Jericho

86 Sinclair Inn B&B
— Jericho, VT 1890

Killington

87 Mountain Meadows Lodge
— Killington, VT 1850

Landgrove

88 The Landgrove Inn
— Landgrove, VT 1810
Hildene, Robert Todd Lincoln's Georgian Revival mansion is nearby, as is the Norman Rockwell Museum. Read More

Leicester

89 Mount Pleasant B&B
— Leicester, VT 1813

Londonderry

90 Frog's Leap Inn
— Londonderry, VT 1842
91 Swiss Inn & Restaurant
— Londonderry, VT 1864

Lowell

92 Rendezvous Bed and Breakfast
— Lowell, VT 1892

Lower Waterford

93 Rabbit Hill Inn
— Lower Waterford, VT 1795
Sam Hodby built this trader's inn and tavern in 1795 to cut down travel time between the ports of Boston & Portland to the St. Lawrence River Valley in Canada. Read More

Ludlow

94 The Andrie Rose Inn
— Ludlow, VT 1829
95 Echo Lake Inn
— Ludlow, VT 1840
Plymouth Notch Historic District, birthplace of Calvin Coolidge. Read More
96 The Inn At Water's Edge
— Ludlow, VT 1852
97 The Governor's Inn
— Ludlow, VT 1890
Originally the home of Vermont Governor William Wallace Stickney (1900) Read More
98 Okemo Inn
— Ludlow, VT 1810
99 The Okemo Inn
— Ludlow, VT 1810
100 Castle Hill Resort & Spa
— Ludlow, VT 1905

Lyndonville

101 The Wildflower Inn
— Lyndonville, VT 1796

Manchester

102 The Reluctant Panther Inn & Restaurant
— Manchester, VT 1875
103 The Inn at Manchester
— Manchester, VT 1880
Robert Todd Lincoln's Estate and the Southern Vermont Art Center (1 mile), The Bennington Museum (25 miles) Read More
104 Wilburton Inn
— Manchester, VT 1902
The inn was built in 1902 as a summer estate for a friend of Robert Todd Lincoln. Read More

Manchester Center

105 The Inn at Ormsby Hill

— Manchester Center, VT 1764
The adjoining estate to the inn, which itself is listed in the Vermont Register of Historic Places, was home to Robert Todd Lincoln, the son of Abraham Lincoln. Read More
106 Seth Warner Inn
— Manchester Center, VT 1799
The inn is a 200+ year-old building. It has always been an Inn and many famous people have stayed here since its beginnings, including Robert Todd Lincoln. Read More

Marshfield

107 Hollister Hill Farm B&B
— Marshfield, VT 1825

McIndoe Falls

108 McIndoe Falls Inn
— McIndoe Falls, VT 1800

Mendon

109 The Red Clover Inn & Restaurant
— Mendon, VT 1840
110 The Vermont Inn
— Mendon, VT 1840
Calvin Coolidge birthplace and Bennington, V. T. Civil War exhibits. Read More

Middlebury

111 Swift House Inn
— Middlebury, VT 1814
Middlebury College (walking distance), Morgan Horse Farm (1 mile), Sheldon Museum (walking distance), Shelburne Museum (15 miles). Read More
112 The Middlebury Inn
— Middlebury, VT 1827
The Middlebury Inn is a community landmark, listed in the National Register, and in the center of Middlebury's historic district, which offers 155 architectural gems within walking distance. Vermont... Read More
113 Cornwall Orchards B&B
— Middlebury, VT 1783
114 Inn On The Green
— Middlebury, VT 1803
115 On the Creek
— Middlebury, VT 1827

Milton

116 Sampler House Bed & Breakfast
— Milton, VT 1830

Montgomery Center

117 Phineas Swann Bed and Breakfast Inn

— Montgomery Center, VT 1880
The inn is an 1880s Gingerbread Victorian recently restored to its original beauty. Read More
118 English Rose Inn
— Montgomery Center, VT 1829

Montpelier

119 The Inn at Montpelier
— Montpelier, VT 1828
120 Betsy's B&B
— Montpelier, VT 1895

Morrisville

121 Thistledown Inn B&B
— Morrisville, VT 1850
122 Village Victorian B&B
— Morrisville, VT 1890
Typical 1890s Victorian setting on a double lot in a quiet Vermont Village with beautiful gardens Read More

Mount Holly

123 Hound's Folly
— Mount Holly, VT 1810

New Haven

124 Roland's Place 1796 House
— New Haven, VT 1796
125 CrossRoads B&B
— New Haven, VT 1860

Newfane

126 West River Lodge & Stables
— Newfane, VT 1829
127 Gillians Guest House
— Newfane, VT 1840

Newport

128 Cliff Haven Farm B&B
— Newport, VT 1804
Early New England post & beam farmhouse and barns. Read More

North Hero

129 North Hero House
— North Hero, VT 1891
130 Charlie's Northland Lodge
— North Hero, VT 1800
131 North Hero House Inn & Restaurant
— North Hero, VT 1891

Norwich

132 The Norwich Inn
— Norwich, VT 1797
133 The Partridge House
— Norwich, VT 1820

Perkinsville

134 The Inn at Weathersfield
— Perkinsville, VT 1792
Built in 1792. Inn is said to have been a stop on the underground railroad. Read More

Peru

135 Johnny Seesaw's
— Peru, VT 1920

Pittsfield

136 Casa Bella Inn
— Pittsfield, VT 1835
The inn has an original guest book dating back to 1895. This has always been a full-service inn. Read More

Pittsford

137 Ironmasters Inn
— Pittsford, VT 1873

Plymouth

138 Salt Ash Inn
— Plymouth, VT 1830

Poultney

139 Bentley House B&B

— Poultney, VT 1895

Proctorsville

140 Golden Stage Inn
— Proctorsville, VT 1788
1788 Stagecoach stop, converted in mid-1800s to country farmhouse for the family of Broadway's Otis Skinner and his author/actress daughter Cornelia Otis Skinner. Many antiques to delight history... Read More

Putney

141 Hickory Ridge House

— Putney, VT 1808
First brick residence in Windham County; built in 1808 by Theophilus Crawford, who was one of the most influential and wealthy residents of Putney during the early 19th century. Read More
142 The Putney Inn
— Putney, VT 1790
143 Copper Kettle Bed & Breakfast
— Putney, VT 1910
144 Ranney-Crawford Hse Bed Brkfst
— Putney, VT 1786

Quechee

145 Inn at Clearwater Pond
— Quechee, VT 1800

Reading

146 Bailey's Mills Bed & Breakfast
— Reading, VT 1820
Saint Gaudens National Historic Site (15 miles), Billings Farm Museum (11 miles), Calvin Coolidge Homestead (10 miles), American Precision Museum (10 miles). Read More

Richford

147 Grey Gables Mansion
— Richford, VT 1888
E. Dodge, to both suit the needs of the Borights and to make use of the locally-available materials. The original house design, found on the cover of Pallister's 1878 pattern book, was actually used... Read More

Richmond

148 The Richmond Victorian Inn
— Richmond, VT 1850

Ripton

149 Chipman Inn
— Ripton, VT 1828
Shelburne Museum (50 minutes), Fort Ticonderoga (1 hour). Read More

Rochester

150 Liberty Hill Farm
— Rochester, VT 1825
Liberty Hill Farm was settled in 1780 by John Emerson. His grandson, Dr. Charles Wesley Emerson, born on Liberty Hill, founded Emerson College in Boston and came back to finish building the barn in... Read More
151 Huntington House Inn
— Rochester, VT 1806

Roxbury

152 Johnnycake Flats Inn
— Roxbury, VT 1806

Rutland

153 Harvest Moon Bed & Breakfast
— Rutland, VT 1835

Saint Albans

154 Back Inn Time Bed & Breakfast
— Saint Albans, VT 1860
Back Inn Time was built beginning in 1858, and took two years to complete. It features amazing architecture and flourish. Most of the mansion's original features have been well preserved. Though it... Read More

Saint Johnsbury

155 Estabrook House Bed & Breakfast
— Saint Johnsbury, VT 1896
156 The Moonstruck Inn
— Saint Johnsbury, VT 1850

Saxtons River

157 Moore's Inn
— Saxtons River, VT 1887

Shelburne

158 Elliot House B&B
— Shelburne, VT 1865
159 Heart of the Village Inn
— Shelburne, VT 1886

Shoreham

160 The Shoreham Inn & Pub
— Shoreham, VT 1790

Shrewsbury

161 Maple Crest Farm B&B

— Shrewsbury, VT 1808
162 The Buckmaster Inn
— Shrewsbury, VT 1801
Our inn was built in 1801, 205 years ago. It was a tavern and inn at that time. The history of the inn is described in detail on our website. Read More
163 Crisanver House
— Shrewsbury, VT 1806
Crown Point Road on which Crisanver House (circa 1800) is located was the main supply route to Fort Ticonderoga during the Revolutionary War. The Inn has been a lodging establishment since the 1930s.... Read More

South Strafford

164 Watercourse Way B&B
— South Strafford, VT 1850

South Woodstock

165 Kedron Valley Inn
— South Woodstock, VT 1828
Registered as a historic inn. Read More

Stowe

166 Brass Lantern Inn B&B
— Stowe, VT 1810
One of the original permanent structures/homes in Stowe Read More
167 The Stowe Inn
— Stowe, VT 1820
168 Three Bears at The Fountain
— Stowe, VT 1820
169 Green Mountain Inn
— Stowe, VT 1833
The Inn has a fascinating history! The main building and adjacent Depot building are listed as number 13 and 14 on the National Register of Historic Places. The Inn was built by Peter C. Lovejoy as a... Read More
170 Auberge De Stowe
— Stowe, VT 1835
Built in the 1830's used to a working farm. The Auberge offers a variety of rooms, including 2-room suites that are perfect for families or friends traveling together. Read More
171 Ten Acres Lodge
— Stowe, VT 1836
172 The Gables Inn
— Stowe, VT 1856
173 The 1860 House
— Stowe, VT 1860
National Register. Read More
174 Winding Brook... A Classic Mountain Lodge
— Stowe, VT 1939
175 Fiddler's Green Inn
— Stowe, VT 1820
176 Edson Hill Manor
— Stowe, VT 1939

Sunderland

177 Ira Allen House

— Sunderland, VT 1779
Once the home of Ethan and Ira Allen. Read More

Townshend

178 Boardman House
— Townshend, VT 1840
179 Olde Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast
— Townshend, VT 1790

Vergennes

180 Strong House Inn
— Vergennes, VT 1834
The area has no shortage of antique shopping, and the inn itself is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Read More
181 Emerson Guest House
— Vergennes, VT 1850
Second French Empire home built in 1850. Read More
182 Basin Harbor
— Vergennes, VT 1886
There has been an inn at Basin Harbor since 1790. The Beach family has owned and operated the business since 1886, so many guests have been coming for generations. Read More

Waitsfield

183 1824 House Inn

— Waitsfield, VT 1824
184 Inn at the Laveau Farm
— Waitsfield, VT 1794
185 Inn at Mad River Barn
— Waitsfield, VT 1800
186 Featherbed Inn
— Waitsfield, VT 1806
187 Hyde Away Inn
— Waitsfield, VT 1824
Opened New Year's Day, 1949 as the Ulla Lodge. Same year that Mad River Glen opened. Part of ski history ever since. Read More
188 Waitsfield Inn
— Waitsfield, VT 1825
Built in 1825, the Inn has all of it's original windows, molding, attached barn, (now the great room), and floors. Read More
189 Wilder Farm Inn
— Waitsfield, VT 1850
190 Yellow Farmhouse Inn
— Waitsfield, VT 1856
The Yellow Farmhouse Inn is listed on the local and state historic registers. Read More
191 Tucker Hill Inn
— Waitsfield, VT 1857
192 Mad River Inn
— Waitsfield, VT 1860
The Historic Round Barn and Shelbourne Farm & Museum are a short distance. Read More
193 The Inn at the Round Barn Farm
— Waitsfield, VT 1910
The Inn at the Round Barn Farm, 1910 farmhouse, has one of Vermont's last remaining Round Barns on the 245-acre property. Read More

Wallingford

194 White Rocks Inn
— Wallingford, VT 1845

Warren

195 Beaver Pond Farm Bed & Breakfast
— Warren, VT 1840
Beaver Pond Farm Inn is listed on the state's historic register. Shelburne Farm and museum is a 45-minute drive, and Montpelier is 30 minutes away. Read More
196 West Hill House B&B
— Warren, VT 1856
197 Pitcher Inn
— Warren, VT 1890

Waterbury

198 Old Stagecoach Inn
— Waterbury, VT 1826
199 Thatcher Brook Inn
— Waterbury, VT 1899
The inn is listed in the National Register. Read More

West Dover

200 West Dover Inn
— West Dover, VT 1846
201 Deerfield Valley Inn
— West Dover, VT 1885
202 The Inn at Sawmill Farm
— West Dover, VT 1796

West Townshend

203 Windham Hill Inn
— West Townshend, VT 1825

Weston

204 Apple Knoll Inn
— Weston, VT 1830

Whitingham

205 Candlelight B&B
— Whitingham, VT 1850

Wilmington

206 Nutmeg Country Inn

— Wilmington, VT 1777
207 The Wilmington Inn & Tavern
— Wilmington, VT 1894
208 White House of Wilmington
— Wilmington, VT 1915
209 Old Red Mill Inn & Restaurant
— Wilmington, VT 1783

Woodstock

210 Deer Brook Inn
— Woodstock, VT 1820
1820 colonial farmhouse with original honey pine floors and other features. Read More
211 Woodstocker Inn
— Woodstock, VT 1830
212 Charleston House
— Woodstock, VT 1835
The Billings/Marsh National Historic Park and Calvin Coolidge Homestead are nearby attractions. Read More
213 Applebutter Inn
— Woodstock, VT 1854
214 Ardmore Inn
— Woodstock, VT 1867
215 The Lincoln Inn at The Covered Bridge
— Woodstock, VT 1870
216 Canterbury House
— Woodstock, VT 1880
The Dana Museum and Billings Farm Museum are some of the historic sites. Walking tours are available. Read More
217 The Jackson House Inn
— Woodstock, VT 1890
218 Village Inn of Woodstock
— Woodstock, VT 1899