The Intimate Village Inn
and Cathy Kubec welcome you to a haven for enjoying life's pleasures and
a base for exploring Vermont. The Governor's Inn is a late 19th-century Victorian
country home located on the Ludlow village green less than one mile from
Okemo Mountain. Here you will find excellent food, a cozy room, friendship,
and generous hospitality.
Our guests agree: You will love it here!
In 1890, just a few years before becoming
governor of Vermont, William Wallace Stickney built a home on Main Street in Ludlow Village, Vermont,
as a present for his bride, Lizzie. He lived there until his death in the 1930's.
Today the governor's home is a bed and breakfast inn -- a stylish, romantic Victorian country house with eight guest rooms,
each with its own antiques. All guest rooms have private baths.
Common Rooms include a spacious foyer with fireplace and a whispering alcove,
a parlor with an ornate slate fireplace, dining and breakfast rooms,
a den/bar where guests can sit and enjoy a glass of wine or beer,
and a media room with a loveseat, cable TV,
and a computer with internet access. (The inn has wireless internet throughout.)
Of course, there's also a front porch for stomping off snow in the winter
and for rocking in summer.