Woodstock Inn And Resort

4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 Stars

14 The Green

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    Award Winning Small Hotel


    This award winning hotel offers 142 newly updated rooms in the rustic Vermont style, spacious with typical wooden furniture, original art by local artists on the walls, and working fireplaces. There are three restaurants including a very upscale 4-diamond dining room with superb service and food set in a high ceiling room with great chandeliers. This semicircular room overlooks the garden between the two wings of the hotel. Complimentary parking is available in lots front and back. And the hotel is on the village square, across from the covered bridge, and one block from the business section. Pool, spa, internet access - anything one might want. We have stayed here several times, always pleased with the staff and service as well as the large comfortable rooms. The dining rooms are very good and the breakfast is a typical huge Vermont specialty. Multiple combination packages are available lessening the overall cost - in this regard, we have been very happy with the overall savings from the golf package ( one night - includes breakfast and 18 holes of golf on the day of arrival as well as the next day ).

    Directions: On the Village Green

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The Woodstock Inn

by doolemma

This is a beautiful little town and the hotel has a great golf course. Very expensive so we didnot stay here. Some very quaint shops and the town has the typical New England central square.
If you are interested, the Woodstock Inn and Resort telephone number for reservations is 1-800-448-7900. Rooms are from $199 to $609. Their golf cours is a Robert Trent Jones Sr. design and the green fees run fom $52 to $85.

Ridiculously Expensive Joke

by A TripAdvisor Member

The Woodstock Inn looks nice enough when you approach from the outside. The white facade with black shutters and beautiful landscaping say class. As you walk thru the front entrance however, all of that quickly fades. The hotel itself was not nearly as nice on the inside as you believe it will be from the outside. We arrived and were greated with a hurried staff, wandering tourists, and furnishings that didn't quite leave me with a "wow" feeling. As stated in other reviews, yes, our room was much smaller than we expected and cheaply furnished! And I mean cheap. It's really a shame because I wanted to like this hotel. Unfortunately it's all a joke. There's nothing special about the Woodstock Inn except for its reputation. And that isn't enough to lure me back again.

DON'T GO - Not Worth It

by A TripAdvisor Member

My advice to all would be to look for another hotel to stay in. The Woodstock Inn is not worth the expense or agravation. I and my husband were left with a bit of sticker shock when we saw the size of our room and how it was furnished. I guess we never expected to be left with a bla feeling after staying at the Inn but that is just what happened.

I cannot recommend this hotel. Two thumbs way down.

Save your money

by A TripAdvisor Member

This place is such a disappointment. It calls itself an 'inn' but it's clearly an upscale resort - with the prices and attitude to match. Our room, to be fair, was a good size, however, the furnishings and decor were not really all that modern or attractive (odd choice of wallpaper) and our window looked out over a flat roof. The bathroom was pretty outdated too.

The most disappointing aspect of our stay however was the service - save for Heather who checked us in and couldn't have been more charming, the rest of the staff were dis-interested, unfriendly and uncaring. In particular the service at breakfast was a joke - we were left waiting for ages to order, our tea and coffee arrived without milk or cream and by the time that arrived the drinks were cold. The food took an age to arrive and when it did, to be honest it was pretty mediocre (in my experience breakfast in the US is always an event - this was a damp squib). We heard several other tables complaining about the service too - and it wasn't for a lack of staff - there were several staff milling around, they just didn't seem too eager to assist. Then to add insult to injury, they double charged us for breakfast and charged tea and coffee separately despite the menu indicating it was included in the charge. The reception staff seemed pretty unconcerned by the error as well, when we pointed it out. At the prices this hotel charges it was amazing that breakfast wasn't included in the room charge anyway as it is with genuine 'inns'.

As someone else has commented, this place is an 'expensive joke'; save your money and stay in a genuine inn instead where you'll be given the service you deserve.

NOT laid-back Vermont

by TripAdvisor Member L10

We visited the Inn for two nights to attend a wedding, at a rate arranged by the bride and groom. We were given an unrenovated room next to the elevator. We asked to be moved down the hall, since our children would have a hard time sleeping with the noise (the clerk said they had not received "too many" elevator noise complaints). He offered to move us, but said the manager would allow it only if we paid $135 extra per night. When I explained that our choice was to check out and find another hotel, he found another room further down our hallway.

Two days later, at check-out, we received a bill with one night charged at a higher rate; two breakfast charges for one morning; and a cancellation fee for one night. After arguing for the cancellation fee, the receptionist checked with the manager, who took off the cancellation fee and the extra breakfast, but left the higher rate. When questioned again, the manager revised the bill a second time. Check-out took 15-20 minutes, and we received no explanation or apology for the various errors.

All in all, our experience with the Inn was poor. Our children enjoyed the visit, particularly the pool and breakfast, but we had to go through too much hard-edged negotiation simply to stay in a quiet room and receive a correct bill. Further, the manager's position that our rate was not high enough to receive an available room where our children would be able to sleep was insulting. (And for good measure, the hotel general manager never responded to a follow-up e-mail about our visit.)

Wonderful room, wonderful breakfast

by TripAdvisor Member robin_in_rain

We had a wonderful stay at the beautiful inn. Travelzoo.com offered a great end-of-summer deal. Our Sunday –Friday mid-week package came with daily breakfast. And here is what I learnt in order to make your stay memorable too

1) When you make reservation, get the "classic inn" room rather than the "traditional" room. The "classic" rooms are beautifully renovated ( see pictures ), The 'traditional" rooms are shabby. The new "classic" rooms usually has either 2 queen beds or one king bed. The "traditional" rooms are equipped with 2 full-size beds or one king bed. The “classic” rooms are REALLY nice, well worth the extra price. Our unit has a 4-poster king size bed, 42” flat panel TV, high-speed internet access, down comforter and satin cotton sheets. The Kohler brand fixtures in the bathroom are very solid and high quality. My friends' 2 queen-size-bed unit comes with 2 toilets and very deep tub.

2) The breakfast at the inn is wonderful. Fri - Sun they serve an extensive weekend menu. Mon - Thur the menu is simpler and a couple of bucks cheaper. We loved the "Poached egg with jumbo crab cakes" on the weekend menu, the crab meat are real and abundant and super delicious. The Painter's Palette, The Vermont Breakfast, the smoked salmon on bagel are all very nice.

3) The staff, although friendly, is not very readily to address your concerns without some serious haggling. So make sure you book the right room and every detail on your reservation confirmation email is correct.

4) The health and fitness center is about one mile away. But it is well equipped and very nice.

The Prettiest Small Town in America

by nicolaitan

"The Quintessential Vermont Experience"

So named by The Ladies Home Journal some years ago, Woodstock is a prosperous resort community located between the green hills and the Ottauquechee River. There is an attractive downtown business center and a number of tourist attractions including the Billings Farm and Museum, a ski center, a gorgeous golf course, and innumerable craft and artisan shops. Antique stores seem to number in the millions, like one on every corner. And all are set in this lovely valley. There are many superb restaurants most featuring American cuisine and local produce. The large hotel in town is the Woodstock Inn, 6 years on the Conde Nast gold list and one of Travel and Leisure magazine's 500 greatest hotels. There are innumerable upscale bed and breakfast establishments in town and in the surrounding villages and on farms.

"The History"

First settled in 1765, Woodstock was the shire town for Windsor County, bringing business and professional people and their families from neighboring states. They constructed the Federal-style homes that surround the large village green today, which is dominated by the Woodstock Inn on the southern side. Residents have included the founder of Railway Express, Laurance Rockefeller, and Sinclair Lewis.

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Romantic places and things to do in Vermont

by greatdad

My wife and I are planning a trip to Vermont this November for our anaversary. Can anyone give me some great ideas?

RE: RE: Romantic places and things to do in Vermont

by phataway

Vermont Teddy Bears? and Maple Syrup?

RE: Romantic places and things to do in Vermont

by nicolaitan

Could be an unending list - in the southeast Woodstock is often called Vermont's prettiest village with covered bridge, touristy shopping, Queechee gorge a few miles east, Simon Pearch glass factory with the restaurant overlooking the falls, the Raptor Center, etc. Stay at Woodstock Inn. In the Northwest, Burlington is a great city with a pedestrian mall, university activities, Lake Champlain. And north of Burlington are the Grand Isles in the middle of the lake which I think are just beautiful. Consider B and B like Lange House.

RE: RE: Romantic places and things to do in Vermont

by greatdad

Thank you this helps.

RE: Romantic places and things to do in Vermont

by wise_guide

all of Vermont is romantic...:)
any how, i advice the green mountains, stowe and burlington, but a country drive alond the dairies and cheese farm while spending nights in historic Inss- any better romacne ? you can find soem links on my private site"www.new-england-perfect-vacation-guide.com " =and
do excuse my english, as i am not flunet englsih speaking...


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