Wondering where to stay in Vermont? We’ve got you covered! Check out our picks for the best lodging in Vermont for 2016. Best Historic Inn: The Inn at Shelburne Farms, Shelburne The centerpiece of this Gilded Age estate turned model farm is the Webb family’s former summer home, now a sumptuous lakeside inn featuring 24 […]
By Yankee Magazine
May 02 2016
Best Historic Inn | The Inn at Shelburne Farms, ShelburnePhoto Credit : Julie Bidwell
Best Historic Inn:
The Inn at Shelburne Farms, Shelburne
The centerpiece of this Gilded Age estate turned model farm is the Webb family’s former summer home, now a sumptuous lakeside inn featuring 24 charming guest rooms, four cottages, and some of the state’s finest dining. Rates: from $165.
1611 Harbor Road. 802-985-8498; shelburnefarms.org
Seyon Lodge, Groton
At Seyon Lodge State Park, in the heart of Groton State Forest, this full-service accommodation offers eight cozy guest rooms (shared baths), a spacious central living room with fireplace, and, for an extra charge, three meals daily. Rates: from $85. Dinner: $25.
2967 Seyon Pond Road. 802-584-3829; vtstateparks.com
Best Couples Retreat:
The Jackson House Inn, Woodstock
Romance is the hallmark of this luxury lodging, from the elegant English gardens to imaginative two-course breakfasts. Rates: from $189, including full breakfast.
43 Senior Lane. 800-448-1890; jacksonhouse.com
Best New Inn:
The Inn, Montgomery Center
Hunting-lodge ambience and some of the North Country’s most innovative and reasonably priced fare. Rates: from $139 (two-night minimum), including full breakfast. Entrées: from $15.
241 Main St. 802-326-4391; theinn.us
Best Downtown Value:
Latchis Hotel, Brattleboro
An Art Deco treasure, with accommodations ranging from mountain-view rooms and suites to interior rooms that are short on views but long on quiet and value, plus movies at the adjacent Latchis Theatre. Rates: from $99, including continental breakfast.
50 Main St. 802-254-6300; latchis.com
Best Family Resort:
The Tyler Place, Swanton
Head to Lake Champlain and this all-inclusive resort sprawling over 165 acres with a mile of lake frontage, offering a full roster of land- and water-based activities. Rates and lengths of stay vary depending on time of year.
175 Tyler Place. 802-868-4000; tylerplace.com
Best Capital Lodging:
Inn at Montpelier, Montpelier
The two adjacent Federal-style homes housing the inn were built in the early days of America’s smallest state capital. These 19 rooms are cheerfully decorated with period furnishings such as sleigh and four-poster beds, but all offer modern amenities, including private bath, WiFi, and individual climate control. The gracious wraparound porch is a great place to relax. Rates: from $170, including continental breakfast.
147 Main St. 802-223-2727; innatmontpelier.com