MIDDLEBURY, VERMONT PROPERTY EST. 1827 The Middlebury Inn has been in continuous operation as a hotel since 1827, arguably one of the longest of any hotel in the country. It opened as the Vermont Hotel, a brick ‘public house’ for Nathan Wood. The adjacent Porter Mansion, a stately brick home, was built in 1825 and named for the William Porter family. The mansion’s elegantly curved staircase, intricate moldings, and Victorian-style guestrooms complement the main building’s Federalist architecture, with columned ballroom and lobby, as well as varied meeting and sitting spaces. While providing quality service, warm hospitality, and modern amenities, the Middlebury Inn has carefully restored architecture and interior detailing to preserve its unique, historic charm and grace. Middlebury Inn’s meandering hallways were built spaciously to allow ladies in hoop skirts to maneuver with grace. ORIGINAL HOTEL CHARMING SERVICE TRADITIONAL DÉCOR FEDERAL AMENITIES 71 beautifully restored guestrooms, each with complimentary wireless Internet access, cable HDTV. Expanded meeting facilities, business center, and Waterfalls Day Spa. DINING Dine at Morgan’s Tavern where the chef prepares Vermont’s farm-fresh ingredients, chosen to reflect each season throughout the year. Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner as well as Afternoon Tea. In season, enjoy dining alfresco on the veranda. The original Inn Dining Room, now known as the Founder’s Room, is the perfect venue for weddings, meetings, or any special occasion. LOCATION 35 miles south of Burlington, close to historic sites, shopping in historic downtown Middlebury, Middlebury College, Mahaney Center for the Arts, Sheldon Museum, UVM Morgan Horse Farm, and Green Mountain National Forest. Burlington Int’l Airport: 35 miles, 45 minutes. 14 Court Square Middlebury, VT 05753 T 802.388.4961
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