Woodstock Bed and Breakfast Inns
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Inn At Weathersfield (Woodstock, Vermont)
Known for its distinctive lodging and dining, perfect for a quiet getaway in Vermont just minutes from Okemo MountainKnown for its distinctive lodging and dining, The Inn is the perfect choice for a quiet getaway in Southern Vermont - just minutes from Okemo Mountain, Ascutney Mountain, Ludlow,... [more]
Woodstocker Inn (Woodstock, Vermont)
2006 State Bed & Breakfast Innkeepers - Vermont Hospitality Council. 2008 Bed & Breakfast awards - Top 10 in US award & Top 12 in World, B and B Finder - 2007 Guest Favourite. Only certified "green" inn located in WoodstockA European owned boutique inn using organic foods and... [more]
Deer Brook Inn (Woodstock, Vermont)
Pleasant guest rooms, 4 rooms and 1 suite with private bathrooms. All rooms non-smoking. Antiques, quilts, stenciling and original pine floors enhance the rooms in this small, newly remodeled Inn. No tv or phone in room except for tv in the suite.... [more]
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