The Middlebury Inn
The Middlebury Inn blends modern conveniences with a rich history to present a charming, and elegantly refurbished environment which boasts expansive meeting spaces and attentive service. This delightful Vermont hotel was built in 1827 and operated as a pub for many years. Remnants of that bygone era present themselves in the form of ornate period fixings, the original front desk, high ceilings, and wide hallways. The Middlebury Inn famously integrates the integrity of architectural and historic elements while offering modern comfort and conveniences.
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The Middlebury Inn is comprised of two floors and a total of 71 comfortable, elegant guestrooms. The main house features carefully restored guestrooms, some with sitting rooms, and all offering updated conveniences. The Porter House Mansion, adjacent to the main inn, is a stately brick mansion built in 1825. It houses nine guestrooms including a two-bedroom luxury suite and a wheelchair accessible guestroom, all styled in Victorian elements.
In the 1960s, two annex buildings were erected adding 20 more guestrooms in a more contemporary settings. Some of the rooms included in these buildings include extended-stay guestrooms equipped with kitchenettes, queen beds, and queen-sized sleeper sofa.
Morgan's Tavern at The Middlebury Inn serves upscale regional cuisine with eclectic international influences in a casually cozy environment. Diners can enjoy the scenic Vermont landscape while also benefitting from locally sourced fresh food from dedicated small farmers, artisan cheese makers, and specialty meat suppliers.
During the warmer months, patrons can dine on the veranda while enjoying local wine and fine beer from around the world.
Morgan's Tavern is also eco-friendly, as they recycle, compost waste, and use eco-friendly carry out containers.
In the heart of Addison County, The Middlebury Inn is considered the "Land of Milk and Honey" within Middlebury, Vermont. Addison County boasts exciting and authentic Vermont attractions which lends a unique perspective into the history and the culture of the region.
- Ben and Jerry's
- Dakin Farms
- Lake Champlain Chocolates
- Maple Landmark
The Middlebury Inn
Middlebury Inn overlooks the village green and sits a scenic 35 miles south of Burlington. A wide variety of attractions are within easy walking distance, including some 155 historic buildings and sites, boutique shopping, Middlebury College, the Vermont State Craft Center, Sheldon Museum and the Morgan Horse Farm to name but a few.