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Sitting quaintly behind its white picket fence, the Woodstock Inn is a charming New England inn, in the heart of Woodstock village. From here, wander out to explore the local restaurants, cafes and independent boutiques that line Main Street Woodstock.
What began life as an 18th century tavern, has blossomed into a boutique guesthouse, maintaining the character of its heritage, whilst offering all the modern amenities expected by today's traveller.
Each of the 142 guestrooms feature marble bathrooms. Handcrafted bed frames and sumptuous linens, alongside iPod docking stations, digital radios and flat screen TV's. Some feature wood-burning fireplaces, which are perfect to cosy up in front of, during crisp winter evenings.
The Woodstock offers a variety of seasonal dining options, which all use farm-fresh cuisine, carefully harvested ingredients and regional recipes. The Red Rooster is open throughout the day, and serves fresh appetisers using product from the Kelly Way Gardens, alongside a range of seafood and meat dishes, all locally sourced. Richardson's Tavern offers a menu of small plates coupled with local craft beers. Dine al fresco in the summer months, or relax fireside during the winter. More seasonal options include the Fairway Grille, for a post golfing bite, or the hearty soups on offer at Out Of Bounds, situated slope side at the Suicide Six ski area.
The Spa at the Woodstock Inn has ten treatment rooms, a spa boutique and locally sourced products. Post treatment, guests can relax in the cedar sauna or whirlpool within the four-season courtyard, or by the outdoor pool. Due to its popularity, we'd suggest booking spa treatments in prior to arrival.
Outside of the hotel, explore the beautiful Vermont countryside on foot or by bicycle, kayaking or fly fishing, or skiing and dog sledding during the winter months.
Why we love it
The Woodstock Inn is the perfect year round destination; guests can enjoy outdoor activities throughout the spring and summer, the iconic New England Fall, followed by great ski opportunities during the winter months.
Alexandra, Original Traveller