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Since 1769, The Inns at Equinox has served as one of the country's most historically significant resorts. "Serving the Republic since before there was a Republic," the hotel was a meeting place for the fathers of the American Revolution, hosted American presidents (including Taft, Grant, Harrison and Teddy Roosevelt), and has served as a favorite... more
- Restaurant Onsite
- Pets Allowed
- Property Size 45 units
- Conference Facility
- Kids Allowed
- Nearby City Manchester Village
- Nearby Water Emerald Lake
- Open Dates All Year
- Pet Friendly
The town of Weston is brimming with history. Take in any one of the several museums located in the town. Enjoy the Farrar-Mansure Museum, an eighteenth century preserved home, or take in the Wilder Memorial Library or the Mill Museum which is a resorted West River powered waterwheel! While enjoying your stay, make sure to learn a little bit about... more
A trip to Vermont, and a stay at the Robert Frost Cabins isn't complete unless you get a taste of the rich history and culture the area is so famous for. Such places as the Vermont Folklife Center and the Harry Sheldon Museum of Vermont History will get you caught up in no time!... more
The Inn at Willow Pond is located in heart of Vermont's Green Mountains. The original building was built in the 1770's as a dairy farm, but has grown into a family vacation attraction with historical significance. The Inn at Willow Pond, previously the farmhouse was a stop on the underground railroad, with the still existing cellar that protected... more
The Fullerton Inn has been a cornerstone of business in Chester, Vermont, for over a century. When you stay in the inn, you're staying in a piece of Vermont's history. With the beautiful Green Mountains as your backdrop, the delicious meals at their dining room, and fun entertainment at the tavern, Fullerton Inn is the perfect place to unwind. Come... more
Echo Lake Inn was built in 1840 as a Victorian summer hotel. This Vermont inn has been visited by President Calvin Coolidge, Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, and many other figures in American history. Come experience this charming destination and feel like you've stepped back in time!... more
Vermont, as a whole, is a magnificent location for the history buff to indulge in their curiosity. In the quaint historical city of Montpelier, you can enjoy an afternoon at the Vermont Historical Society, various industrial museums, or just walk down the streets that our countries ancestors took. At Capitol Plaza Hotel & Conference Center, you... more
Discover the rich history of the The Inn at Montpelier on your vacation! Constructed in 1807-08, the first house that would later become the inn is one of the oldest frame houses in Montpelier. Its Greek Revival-style main brick building was built in 1828. Today, the inn is part of Montpelier's national historic district.... more