Inn at Montpelier
The two Stately historic buildings which are the home of The Inn at Montpelier were built in the early 1800’s. Both buildings are classically Federal in design, as is typical of New England architecture. The extravagant wraparound Colonial Revival porch added to the main building is a prominent landmark and the best in Vermont.
In creating The Inn at Montpelier great care has been given to retaining architectural details-the Greek and Colonial Revival woodwork, the ten fireplaces, the gracious front staircases, the glass fronted china cupboards, to name a few, have all been preserved. Each room is individually decorated with period furnishings.
The Inn is close to major ski areas for winter and golfing in the summer.All outdoor activities that Vermont has to offer are close at hand.