Amenities and 2013 Rates

Our Vermont country inn is open from May through October each year.  Nightly room rates are for bed and breakfast for two people:

* “In season” rates:  weekends in May; every day from June 1 through September 19 and October 20 – 31.  Seven rooms at $145; one room at $160; one room at $125.

* “Quiet season” rates ($25 discount off in season rates):  Weeknights in May.  Seven rooms at $120; one room at $135; one room at $100.

* “High season” rates ($20 premium above in season rates):  every day from September 20 through October 19.  Seven rooms at $165; one room at $180; one room at $145.

In each guestroom:

  • All Rooms are non-smoking with private bath
  • Individual in-room thermostats control central forced hot water heat
  • In-season air-conditioning (window unit)
  • MP3/iPod-compatible AM/FM/CD player stereo with alarm clock
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi (high speed wireless Internet access)
  • High quality hypo-allergenic pillows, and plenty of them
  • Handmade quilts or bedspreads and comforters by Waverly
  • A down comforter for every bed in the cooler months
  • Ceiling fans and large, modern double-paned screened windows
  • Bedside reading lamps
  • Custom toiletries by Greenwich Bay
  • A tasteful blend of antique furnishings, some original to the inn, and modern pieces

  Available upon request or in the Common Areas:

  • Guest computer with internet access
  • Complimentary hot & cold beverages 24 hours a day
  • Iron & ironing board
  • Ice & ice bucket
  • Supplementary toiletries and towels
  • Hairdryers
  • Area guidebooks and field guides
  • Area maps for hiking, biking, foliage, antiquing
  • Umbrellas
  • Parlor games, cards, puzzles, books
  • Area activities and sightseeing information
  • Innkeepers’ eclectic library of books and CDs
  • Current magazines
  • Area restaurant menu samples and recommendations, plus reservation service

Completely absent from the Churchill House:

  • Television to interrupt the peace and quiet
  • Telephones (OK, we’ll let you borrow the house phone since your cell phone may not work here)
  • All the hustle, stress, and hurry of everyday life in the 21st century