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Grafton Inn, VT

National Register of Historic Places

Overview

The Grafton Inn, built in 1801 and a member of Historic Hotels of America® since 1994 was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.

Historic Hotels of America is the official program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation® for recognizing and celebrating the finest historic hotels across America.

In 1801, owner Enos Lovell converted his stately private residence into Vermont's most gracious inn, and for over 200 years, The Grafton Inn has been providing guests with fine accommodations, first-class service, and warm hospitality. As one of America's oldest operating inns, The Grafton Inn has been painstakingly restored and appointed with period antiques and modern amenities. Its pastoral serenity and picturesque beauty make it a favorite for couples' escapes, family vacations, country weddings, and business retreats. Innkeepers John and Kathy Cray and their staff create an authentic Vermont experience. A company of the Windham Foundation, the Inn uses its profits to promote Vermont's rural communities.

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Recreational Activities:

  • BIKING
  • FISHING
  • HIKING
  • HISTORIC & CULTURAL SITE
  • HOTEL/LODGE/RESORT PRIVATELY OWNED
  • PHOTOGRAPHY
  • PICNICKING
  • SWIMMING
  • WILDERNESS

Address:

92 Main Street
Grafton,VT,05146
Phone: +1 800 678 8946
Email: info@historichotels.org

Directions:

In Grafton, Vermont, one of the 10 most beautiful towns in America, 12 miles off Interstate 91 on Exit 5. In close proximity to Weston, Brattleboro, Chester, Quechee, and Woodstock, as well as several alpine ski areas. 3 hours from Boston and 4 hours from New York City. Bradley Int'l Airport: 97 miles, 90 minutes.

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