Points of Interest:
Here's just a glimpse of what our part of central Vermont offers. We're always happy to assist you plan activities during your stay. For information or reservations please contact us 802-234-6704.
When you visit Woodstock, you’ll uncover a place that’s brimming with rural heritage and tranquil beauty that flows through a small-town community. Local farmers, artists, craftspeople, and purveyors capture the spirit of Woodstock’s village, inspiring visitors to discover the creative treasures that lay waiting.
Simon Pearce Flagship Store Restaurant + Glassblowing Workshop
Perched atop the falls of the Ottauquechee River, overlooking a covered bridge, our flagship in Quechee also offers glassblowing demonstrations, a renowned restaurant, and bar.
Billings Farm & Museum: Enter the gateway to Vermont's rural heritage at this dairy farm and museum of Vermont's rural past. See farm work firsthand including the afternoon milking. Farm life exhibits, the 1890 Farmhouse, and daily programs showcase this model farm.
Sugarbush Farm Inc.: A tasty farm attraction. Sample 15 flavors of cheese, watch cheese being hand packaged, learn about maple syrup & taste the different grades. Gift packs and shipping available, farm store with Vermont jams & mustards.
Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park: Vermont's first National Park interprets the history of conservation and the evolving nature of land stewardship with tours of the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller mansion and the surrounding 550 acre forest.