Woodstock Inn & Resort
Woodstock, New England, United States of America
At a Glance
In the village of Woodstock where you see America of old
Great location to explore Vermont's rural highlights
Best time to Visit
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The best time to visit Vermont is in late spring, summer and early autumn when Fall brings its glorious colors. Most of Vermont is under snow over the winter period and the ski resorts come alive. Cold spells affect Vermont from the end of October till late Spring.
To start planning your vacation to Woodstock Inn & Resort
Vermont is archetypal New England, with its clapboard houses, white churches, county estates and lashings of maple syrup. The Woodstock Inn & Resort is set within Woodstock, one of the most charming of Vermont’s villages.
Woodstock is home to outstanding Revival homes and public buildings surrounding the green, the Ottauquechee River and rolling verdant hills. The Woodstock Inn is a comfortable 142 room country hotel located in the heart of Woodstock where you can wander out and explore Main Street, with its local restaurants, cafes and boutique shops.
Blending old and new, Woodstock Inn was once owned by Lawrence and Mary Rockefeller before being turned into a hotel. With white picket fences and old-school elegance, Woodstock is an ideal retreat. The pick of the rooms are the Tavern Wing Fireplace Rooms, offering natural wood burning fireplaces to snuggle up to during the colder months. The Porch Rooms offer a private enclosed porch overlooking the courtyard. All rooms have marble bathrooms, 600-thread count cotton sheets, down comforters and neutral colors complimenting the wood-beam bed frames and country-chic feel. There is a dash of modernity with their iPod docking stations, digital radios and flat screen TVs.
With an emphasis on locally sourced produce, Woodstock’s dining options are varied from the traditional to the more sophisticated. The Red Rooster is the main restaurant and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Richardson’s Tavern is ideal for a light snack and a drink. At the golf course there is the Fairway Grille which is ideal for a post-round lunch.
The hotel has a 10,000 square foot spa featuring 10 treatment rooms and a wide range of treatments. It is advised that you pre-book spa treatments before arrival.
The hotel has an 18-hole Robert Trent Jones golf course in Kedron Valley, offering a true test for even a seasoned golfer. Although relatively short at 6052 off the back tees, the course contains some challenging shots over water. You cross Kedron Brook 12 times during your round, and locals always say it loves to eat golf balls.
For families, why not explore Billings Farm & Museum which takes you back into Vermont’s rural heritage. Other activities outside of the hotel can include walks, bike rides, kayaking and fly fishing. In the winter, you might wish to try out some skiing at Suicide Six, Nordic Skiing or dog sledding.
There are five room types and three suite varieties. The lead in category are the Woodstock Single/Double Rooms featuring two queen beds. The Tavern Wing Room have a slightly better location, and then some are with fireplaces or porches. The Mini Suite is in the Main Inn and comes with a private sitting area. The Main Inn Suite is slightly larger than the Mini Suite with a four poster bed. The Tavern Suite is again larger, before you get to the 864sqf Executive Suite with its own living and dining rooms, two bathrooms and fireplace. All rooms feature:
- Complimentary high-speed internet
- Voice mail / messaging
- Flat-screen TV with cable and for-purchase programming
- New release movie selection
- Digital radios and iPod® docking stations
- Mini refrigerator
- Keurig K-Cup coffeemaker with complimentary Green Mountain Coffee
- Daily turndown service upon request
- Gourmet chocolates
- Plush terry robes
- Individual climate controls
- Hair dryer
- In-room safe
- Iron & ironing board
- Complimentary games and books
- Room service
- Complimentary USA Today and Times Digest
Cribs and rollaway beds available upon request
Children are welcome to come and stay at Woodstock Inn. The suites are a good choice of accommodation if traveling with family. Woodstock in is a great place for families with its family orientated activities such as a family golf clinic and family croquet at an official court. There are children's menus available at the restaurant and babysitting can be arranged upon request.
The Woodstock Inn & Resort serves creative cuisine with fresh, seasonal ingredients at their on-site Vermont restaurants, which include The Red Rooster and Richardson's Tavern. Other facilities include a spa, golf course, fitness center, tennis court (off site), indoor swimming pool (off site) and outdoor pool.
During your time spent at Woodstock Inn, you can wander the miles of hiking trails, play 18-holes of golf, experience cross-country skiing and snow-shoeing or carve turns at the private downhill alpine ski area on site. If you are seeking something less active, why not enjoy an in-room massage or dine at the on-site restaurant and tavern?
Scott Dunn Suggests: Exploring Woodstock
The quaint town of Woodstock is beautiful with historic wooden clapboard houses and churches surrounded by beautiful working farms and sweeping countryside. Relax into the country lifestyle or opt for adventures in the surroundings hills.
Scott Dunn Suggests: Northern Vermont
Northern Vermont is a hub for outdoor adventures, with swathes of forested mountains and fast-flowing rivers woven between pretty rural villages and traditional red barn buildings. Spend days enjoying this picturesque area and explore the rugged terrain.
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Location & directions
Woodstock, New England, United States of America
The Woodstock Inn is located in the heart of pretty Woodstock Village with its charming historic homes and churches and surrounded by the glorious Vermont landscape.