The Governor's inn
is in Ludlow, Vermont in the heart of the Okemo Valley in the Green Mountains. Hiking trails with mountain and lake vistas abound. Golf courses challenge the best player. Concerts and summer theater to entertain. Antique and country stores, craft and artisan shops await.
The Governor's Inn is the country elegant late Victorian style home of William Stickney, Vermont's Governor in 1900. Relax and unwind in gracious surroundings. Enjoy afternoon tea and full hot breakfasts. Luxurious guest rooms
with fireplaces and cable television with DVD/VHS players, sitting areas and whirlpool tubs.
All guest accommodations are designed for two people with either queen or king size beds with private baths. Traditional bedrooms have full baths with tub and shower. Deluxe rooms have gas fireplaces and cable TV. Superior rooms have sitting areas in addition to the gas fireplaces and cable TV. Our suite has a four poster queen size bed with gas stove fireplace in its bedchamber, a sitting room including chaise and cable TV/DVD/VCR, and an aqua massage tub for two under a skylight.
The Governor's Inn media room has cable TV and a guest computer connected to the internet. There is WiFi throughout the inn.
Policies & Restrictions
The Governor's Inn does not allow smoking inside the building and does not allow pets. Children aged thirteen and older are welcome.
Rates & Availability
Rates range from $164 to $309 per room double occupancy. All rates include a full hot breakfast and afternoon tea.
The village of Ludlow is at the intersection of Vermont Routes 100 and 103. The Inn is just east of the village green on VT Route 103.
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