It's hard to picture a town more quintessentially Vermont than Woodstock. The town's federal buildings and elliptical green have earned it a cherished spot on many "best towns in America" lists, and the ski industry reveres it as the site of the first mechanical ski lift (a rope tow installed in 1934). Yet it is not a huge ski town, playing host to one ski area (the curiously-named Suicide Six) and cross-country ski trails at sites like the Woodstock Inn.
Laurance Rockefeller left his mark on the town, both in his development of the elegant Woodstock Inn and his estate, from which came the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park. A number of attractions call the town home, including the Billings Farm & Museum and the Vermont Institute of Natural Science. Woodstock is also located near (and closely linked to) Quechee (town of Hartford), home of the Quechee Gorge, Quechee Lakes and more.
Events in Woodstock include The Taste of Woodstock, Vermont Fine Furniture Woodworkers' Festival, Annual Antique Tractor Day, and many more. Find all Woodstock events here.
Applebutter Inn Bed & Breakfast - The Inn, built in 1850, is a Federal gabled house with a magical atmosphere reflecting the joy of living in this authentically restored Vermont home. The interior of the Inn is tastefully decorated to create a touch of elegance combined with comfort and warmth.
Ardmore Inn - Keeping with the tradition of its Irish name, "The Great House" with its antiques, oriental rugs, gourmet breakfast and silver service, the Ardmore provides guests with genteel hospitality and restful comfort.
The Canterbury House - The house is furnished with Period antiques, but is not a museum set piece. It is our intention that it reflect fine craftsmanship and beautiful surroundings combined with the warmth and hospitality reminiscent of a family homecoming.
The Carriage House of Woodstock - Each of our rooms is named after Vermont Covered Bridges.
The Charleston House - Built in 1835, the Charleston House is a traditional Greek Revival brick townhouse that has been restored according to strict standards for historic preservation. The inn is now listed in the Register of National Historic Places.
The Jackson House Inn - On the National Register of Historic Places, each of 15 air conditioned rooms, including 6 suites, is furnished with fine period antiques in various gracious styles: Victorian, French Empire, New England Country.
Kedron Valley Inn - One of Vermont's oldest inns, operating for over 168 years, the Kedron Valley Inn has been the setting for many romantic cotillions, weddings, and social extravaganzas where bedecked suitors whirled their ladies through contras and quadrilles.
The Lincoln Inn - The inn is a lovingly restored farmhouse atop six acres of beautiful rolling hills, which slope softly down to the edge of the Ottauquechee River.
Ottauquechee Motor Lodge - Our rooms are furnished with king size as well as two double beds, cable TV, A/C, private baths, full tub and shower, in-room coffee, phones & refridgerator; handicap accessible. A three room fireplace suite is available upon request.
The Parker House Inn - Parker House Inn is a classic 19th century Vermont Inn. Each room is charming with its own unique character.
Pond Ridge Motel - The Pond Ridge Motel sits on six and one-half acres with private frontage on the beautiful Ottauquechee River.
The Shire Motel - Each immaculate room is individually decorated and has a full bath, telephone, cable TV, individual heat and air conditioning, and a refrigerator.
Three Church Street Bed and Breakfast - A sense of history is everywhere as soon as you enter this elegant, antique-filled home. You can enjoy the classic 19th century music room, the cozy library and living rooms and informality is stressed. 3 Church St Woodstock, VT 05091 (800) 457-1925
Village Inn of Woodstock - ... around the Inn, fireplaces and hearths, wood floors, rich oak wainscoting and moldings, ornate tin ceilings and heavy beveled glass are all original. Each of our guest rooms is comfortably furnished in the country tradition, some with original marble wash stands.
The Winslow House - The Winslow House in Woodstock, Vermont ("one of the prettiest villages in America") is a beautifully restored 200 year old farmhouse offering its guests the quintessential New England bed & breakfast experience.
Woodstock Inn & Resort - At the center of the Woodstock experience are 144 luxurious guest rooms and suites. In each, we've gone to great lengths to create a peaceful retreat where rest and relaxation comes easily.
The Woodstocker Bed and Breakfast - Candles softly glowing in the front windows beckon you to the charm and casual elegance of our warm and comfortable inn.
Bentleys Restaurant - A Woodstock landmark for nearly a quarter century, Bentleys serves Lunch, Dinner & Sunday Brunch in a warm, eclectic atmosphere filled with Victorian sofas, oriental rugs & antique lamps.
Jackson House Inn - The Jackson House Inn Restaurant is on 1143 Senior Lane in Woodstock. Serving dinner only: Wednesday through Sunday from 6 pm.
Kedron Valley Inn - Prize-winning wines compliment candlelit dinners overlooking lush gardens and country roads, or by a cozy fire. And dining room dress is casual.
The Lincoln Inn - Dinner is served from six o'clock in our main dining room by candlelight in front of a warming fire. Continental cuisine is exquisitely presented for your culinary delight by our two European chefs...one Swiss and the other French.
The Parker House Inn - Join us any evening from 5:30-9pm for a fine dining experience in our beautiful Victorian dining room warmed by candlelight and a roaring fireplace. The menu features "American Comfort Food" tastefully prepared with a minimum of pretention.
The Woodstock Inn - The dining experience at the Woodstock Inn & Resort ranges from the formal elegance of the Dining Room, to the casual comfort of the Eagle Café, to the cozy confines of Richardson's Tavern.