Vermont Bed and Breakfast
Step back into the late 19th century as you enter this former Vermont governor's home, now a bed and breakfast located on the Ludlow village green less than one mile from Okemo Mountain.
Located at the east end of the Ludlow, Vermont, town green, the inn is within
walking distance of quaint village shops and restaurants.
There is an abundance of things to do and see in the Okemo Valley of Vermont.
Ludlow is perfectly situated as a base from which to explore Vermont!
Mid-way between Woodstock, VT, and Manchester, VT, The Governor's Inn bed and breakfast visitors can take advantage of the short, magnificent scenic drives to either location.
Come to the Okemo Valley Vermont area to ski, to hike, to golf, to sing along, to learn a craft (or buy some crafts), to enjoy summer theater, to search for covered bridges or the perfect antique, to take in the Vermont mountain scenery, to escape for a romantic New England getaway, or to simply relax.
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.
The governor's home was 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 lounge with a loveseat and cable TV with DVD player.
(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.