to White Rocks Inn, where you will experience the warmth and charm
of Old Vermont
on a historic dairy farm.
This is a Vermont bed and breakfast at its best, the way you always dreamed it would be. Located on the historic Ethan Allen Highway, the farm beckons with the architecture of its elegant Greek Revival farmhouse and landmark Gothic barn. This idyllic pastoral scene in the heart of the Otter Creek Valley, nestled between two mountain ranges, has offered escape to travelers since 1983.
Today this historic New England country inn is a favorite for travelers seeking the best in elegance, history, and romance. White Rocks Inn is a destination for fine dining, with an award winning restaurant practically at your doorstep in the quaint New England village of Wallingford, VT. Your stay might include a romantic getaway package or a tour of Vermont covered bridges.
The White Rocks Inn offers spectacular views of the Green Mountainsthe bleached boulders of the White Rocks Recreation Area cascading down the hillside. Every season brings abundant wildlife to the farmdeer, wild turkeys, Canada geese, ducks, and golden eagles.
We are located on Route 7, almost halfway between Manchester and Rutland, Vermont.
Proceed to your bed chamber to settle into your private retreat, lovingly decorated with family heirlooms and collected antiques to reflect the genteel lifestyle of the mid-1800's
All of the 5 bedchambers in the main house are named for former owners and residents throughout its history as a working farm from the 1830's to the 1970's. Our private cottages, The Milkhouse and The Nest, derive their names from their original functions of cooling and storing fresh milk, and providing a place for the hens to nest and stay warm.
All rooms and cottages include:
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The charm of the past is carefully coupled with the comforts of the present by offering private baths, air conditioning and fireplaces. Indulge in the romance of a canopy bed or sleigh bed and the comfort of a bountiful Vermont country breakfast served by candlelight in the gracious dining room or on the porch on warm summer mornings.
Guests are greeted by a glowing fire in the Asher Benjamin library on wintry days or fresh flowers from the garden in summer. In cooler weather, guests gather in the library by the fire to share stories of the day's adventures and enjoy late afternoon snacks and tea before setting off for dinner.
Awake to the aroma of freshly brewed coffee served for your early morning enjoyment.
Our Vermont country breakfast features a gourmet entree such as the inn's signature dish Eggs Dijon or our famous Stuffed French Toast, along with breakfast meats, home baked items, Vermont maple syrup, fresh fruits, chilled juice and coffee or tea. Enjoy some of our favorite breakfast recipes here at the inn. Join us for afternoon snacks and beverages.
Vermont lodging property listed
National Registry of Historic Places
Built Circa 1845
The Israel Munson Room ($210-$240) Step up into the king-sized bed with fringed canopy and curl up with a book or your loved one. This room offers an antique wardrobe, marble-top dresser, fainting couch, wide plank floors, and wainscoted bath with tub and shower.
The Matilda Clark Munson Room ($195-$230) Snuggle up in the queen sized canopy bed or relax on the daybed plumped with pillows. Room features antique furnishings and wide plank floors. Bathroom features locally quarried marble floors and shower.
The Gilbert Douglas Room ($$150-$185) Graced with an antique queen bed and hand painted wallpaper dating back to the 1800s, this room also features wide plank floors and wainscoted bath with a unique 4-foot clawfoot tub with shower.
The Arthur Davison Room ($$160-$195) Offers a queen sized four poster canopy bed, wide plank floors, antique armoire and dresser, and bath with shower and locally quarried marble floors.
The Kirk Munson Room ($160-$195) Named for Kirk Munson, who was born here and lived his entire life in this house, this first floor room (currently under renovation) has a queen sized bed and corner fireplace.
The Milkhouse Cottage ($280-$315 B&B, $1440-$1895 weekly) Set back away from the house, this is our most private accommodation and can be rented by the week as a housekeeping cottage or by the day as a B and B guest room including breakfast. The beautiful plank floors of varying widths are original to the cottage, which includes kitchenette, dining area, living room with sofa bed, bath with whirlpool tub, and queen sized iron bed in the loft bedroom. Off the living room, through the double French doors, is a deck overlooking the meadow.
The Nest Cottage ($295-$330 B&B, $1495-$1950 weekly) A cozy 800 square foot private cottage with farmhouse kitchen, Rumford style fireplace, sitting area, king canopy bed, satellite TV, DVD player, phone, clawfoot slipper spa tub, separate bath with shower, loft with twin beds, and private deck.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Snowmobiles, Appalachian Trail, Scenic railway tours, Sleigh rides, Golf and tennis, Hiking trails, Queeche Gorge, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area
Onsite or Nearby Activities
Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Snowmobile rental, Hay rides, Sleigh rides, Antique shopping, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Swimming, Tennis courts
The White Rocks Inn serves as a perfect location for weddings, anniversaries and other formal occasions. The scenic Otter Creek Valley and picturesque farmhouse will create a peaceful and beautiful backdrop for your event, and we will work with your event planner to ensure that it takes place without a hitch.
Guest Information and Policies
*Gift Certificates Available
Much more than a place to stay, White Rocks Inn is a place to rekindle your love affair with life.
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