The restaurant serves breakfast and dinner only (dinner is not offered on Tuesdays or Wednesdays)
Pets are permitted in Lodge Deluxe Rooms only and an additional fee applies
All rooms have TV and air conditioning; phones and cell phone service are not available
Parking on site
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Countryside escape in Woodstock, Vermont, with colonial-style charm, a restaurant and a two-acre pond
In the foothills of Vermont’s Green Mountains, the Kedron Valley Inn is a quiet country escape. The property, which was renovated in winter 2011, consists of three buildings surrounded by manicured lawns and a spring-fed swimming pond flanked by umbrella-shaded lounge chairs. Dating back to 1822, the Tavern is the oldest of the three buildings; it originally served as a stagecoach stop, general store and post office. The Main building, constructed in 1828 and one of the oldest of its kind, includes a traditionally decorated lobby and a renowned restaurant with brick walls and wood chairs and a working fireplace (try the roasted pork belly on toasted brioche with grilled red onions, fresh tomatoes and arugula pistou). Meanwhile, the Log building contains the family- and pet-friendly Lodge Deluxe Rooms. All of the rooms have four-poster or sleigh beds, Adirondack furniture and floral fabrics. In the summer, go for a dip in the property’s two-acre pond or stake out a quiet common area with friends and play a board game.
In the Area
In Woodstock, the homemade ice cream and apple pie with cheddar cheese is a must at Mountain Creamery. Nearby, Cloudland Farm serves twice-weekly BYOB dinners made entirely from local ingredients. Discover Billings Farm, founded in 1871 and adjacent to Vermont’s National Historic Park; it's a working nonprofit farm that breeds world class Jersey cattle raised on home-grown feed. The farm’s historical museum showcases period farming, with frequent special events like sheep shearing and plowing demonstrations. Visit the headquarters of Simon Pearce, known around the country for hand-blown glass and hand-tossed plates. The company’s home also operates one of the finest restaurants in the state, the Simon Pearce Restaurant — the only one where everything from the wineglasses to the soup bowls are made on-site. Outdoorsy types should visit Woodstock’s Mount Tom Park, which recreates the famed Cardiac Trail from the health spa in Baden Baden, Switzerland. This unique network of gently graded trails and stone bridges makes for an easy ascent, with plenty of areas where you can sit and enjoy the view.