The Ira Allen House is a cozy country inn in the Battenkill Valley of Southern Vermont.
It is one of the oldest Inns in Vermont and a state historic site. The tavern and the bedrooms above are over 200 years old. This was the home of Ethan Allen. It was built by Ira Allen (Ethan Allen's brother) who was the Surveyor-General of Vermont. The large hand-hewn beams and the handmade bricks of the fireplace testify to the age and history of the original building. The "new" part of the inn was added in approximately 1846, with wide-board floors throughout, and some handblown panes of glass still evident.
The inn is located in a four-season resort area. We are 3 miles north of Arlington, and 1 mile south of Manchester, on Historic Route 7A. We are located 1/2 mile south of the famous Mount Equinox Skyline Drive, within easy walking distance of several antique and gift shops. Our property is right on the Battenkill, New England's finest trout stream, which also makes it convenient for swimming, canoeing, or just plain relaxing.
We would be delighted to accommodate country weddings,
and we can assist with all arrangements.
10% discount for AAA and AARP members, except holidays and foliage season.
Massage and WiFi Available
Room Rates: $120 to $180 per room, per night
Additional adult, $30; children over 5 years, $15 and children under 5 are free.
Prices are subject to change.
Sorry, No Pets
Check-in 2:00 p.m. / Check-out 11:00 a.m.
One night's deposit is required for all reservations.
We accept VISA, MasterCard and Discover
Gift Certificates Available
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