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3904 Vt Route 7a, Arlington, VT 05250-4456
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Located in a quiet Village between Manchester and Bennington, the Inn is convenient to the diversions that each season has to offer. Walk to golf, swimming; fly-fishing on the Battenkill River and the Rockwell Exhibition. Nearby you can enjoy shopping, theater, antiquing, museums, hiking, canoeing, horseback riding, cross-country and downhill skiing.Country Gardens with Gazebo, Elegant guest rooms, private baths, television, phone, WiFi service and air conditioning. Many feature Fireplaces, Jacuzzi’s, Porch & Patios.Dining is an exquisite experience, Romantic, candlelit dinners are served fireside.Weddings, Rehearsal Dinners & Retreats are brimming with outstanding cuisine, excellent service and romantic surroundings.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Bar / lounge
BBQ facilities
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Non-smoking hotel
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Air conditioning
Flatscreen TV
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Debbie G wrote a review Oct 2021
Victor, Idaho11 contributions5 helpful votes
This restaurant never disappoints. Our dinners were delicious. It was my husband’s birthday and they brought out a slice of The Nuns of New Skeet cheesecake for him. Always a treat. We have moved to Idaho but we try to get back at least once a year for dinner.
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Date of stay: October 2021Trip type: Traveled
Mary Beth B wrote a review Sep 2021
Rochester, New York36 contributions11 helpful votes
We stayed in the Library room in the “parsonage”. Looking at previous reviews there were several comments about a strong mildew smell. We experienced such strong air freshener in the hallway and even worse in our room. We had to sleep with all windows open on a 40 degree night just to breathe to sleep. It caused terrible headaches for both my husband and myself. I suspect this is the way the innkeepers have dealt with the mildew smell. In this day and age they should know better. It was not a great night of sleep. The bathroom was updated with new tiles and was clean, as were the sheets. The pillows were flat (glad I brought my own). The carpet was dingy and fraying at the doorways. The whole thing seemed tired. When my husband told the innkeeper about our issue with the air freshener he got a curt apology. On the plus side, the dining room was bright and sunny and the pancakes were delicious. We won’t be returning.
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Traveled
robin H wrote a review Jun 2021
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My stay at the Arlington Inn with my mother was restorative. The home and landscaping are impeccable! Breakfast pancakes with Vermont maple syrup were fabulous. Eric and his wife could not have been more accommodating! It is a beautiful place!
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Date of stay: June 2021Trip type: Traveled
richinvermont wrote a review Mar 2020
North Adams, Massachusetts271 contributions129 helpful votes
The Inn had a beer paring with Brown's Brewery. 5 of us went and was a great night. They had a small meal with each beer as well as dessert. Chef Eric did a remarkable job in putting the "plates" all together. WOW. Brown representative did a great job in speaking about their beer with each paring. The Inn's host, Elizabeth and co-owner greeted us, showed us to our table and was very friendly. She kept tabs on things and all moved along very nicely. Her wait staff was fantastic. They took great care in all they did!. A very fun evening for sure
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Date of stay: February 2020
Karen S wrote a review Feb 2020
Fair Haven, New Jersey3 contributions1 helpful vote
Our one night stay in the Parsonage was horrible. The smell of mold was so overpowering, I almost pulled the whole family out at 1 am. I had three teenage boys with me. Teen boys usually have their own unique smell and so smells don’t really bother them. These boys insisted on washing their own PJs the next day to remove the smell from their clothes. The worst part is that the owner showed us to our room and appeared not to notice this?!? Or just ignore it?!? For over $200/night!! I am tempted to call the health department. Stay away!!!
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Traveled
Lucie W wrote a review Dec 2019
59 contributions29 helpful votes
Due to a plumbing issue at our rental house, our party of 13, four families, found ourselves in VT without a place to stay for our Christmas ski vacation. After much effort we were able to locate rooms at the Inn. The innkeeper, Elizabeth, went above and beyond to get us all settled together in the Parsonage later that same day. The inn is very charming and comfortable and the hot breakfast every morning was delicious. Thank you Liz, Eric and Suzie for saving our vacation and providing such an enjoyable experience.
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Date of stay: December 2019
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Tour17468401637 wrote a review Nov 2019
2 contributions
Nice break for a weekend getaway from Boston. The accommodation was quite nice. The dinner at the inn was fabulous. My girlfriend had the pork loin and I had the filet of beef. Both were very nicely prepared and presented. Service was exceptional.
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Date of stay: November 2019
Alexandria wrote a review Oct 2019
North Haven, Connecticut3 contributions
The outward appearance of the Inn is full of character and charm. The breakfast area is bright and offers a nice view of the garden area and sometimes two ducks and a chicken would be roaming around which we enjoyed. We stayed in Sarah's room in the Parsonage. Cute room, nice size, and we had a fireplace which was great. The room however was a tad dated, drapes could use some updating, some stains on a chair, bathroom mirror was way to low for any adult to see their face. However, the staff was great. We dined at the resturant which had really great food. They did have an adorable display of gourds and pumpkins on the main table. It was nice but some updating would do wonders. Cute and quiet area.
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Date of stay: October 2019
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Bellinghamster64 wrote a review Oct 2019
Bellingham, Washington551 contributions89 helpful votes
This Bed and Breakfast is located in quaint colonial buildings. Our room was spacious, though could have been cleaner. The sink dripped and the toilet water tended to run if you didn’t flip the handle up immediately after flushing. Otherwise, it was comfortable and breakfast was excellent! Close to the Arlington covered bridge (about 3 miles away).
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Traveled
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Dianne Glick wrote a review Oct 2019
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The room we stayed in was Victoria's Garden located in the former carriage house beyond the main house. I did not feel that the housekeeping was up to par. The quilted bedspread was not clean. The matching pillowcases the same. It appeared to me that they had not been washed for a long time. They had a distinct odor from use. A blanket on the bed was inexcusable. It was frayed and torn. Certaintly this should have been noticed by the housekeeper. A piece of clothing from a previous guest was on the floor. The towel rack kept falling out of the sockets. It did not fit correctly. A dirty washcloth was left in the shower stall after the room was cleaned. The overall appearance was shopworn. The sheets were not tucked in and the mattress pad did not fit correctly. I had to remake the bed each night and tuck everything correctly so the sheet would hold through the night. Two chairs in the room were so worn that upon sitting on them you had no support on the seats. It felt as if you were going to fall to the floor. Handles on the furniture were partially falling off. Someone is not overseeing the maintenance of the rooms. I did not find the staff as welcoming as an establishment of this caliber warrants. Overall our stay was just ok. The ratings that I had read about in various reviews did not concur with my experience pertaining to the overall accommodations.
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Date of stay: October 2019
Sleep Quality
Room Tip: Rooms in the back of the main house are very quiet.
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$180 - $202 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Arlington Inn
Which popular attractions are close to Arlington Inn?
Nearby attractions include Sugar Shack (0.9 miles), Mount Equinox (4.4 miles), and Norman Rockwell Exhibition (0.8 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Arlington Inn?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Arlington Inn?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a fireplace.
What food & drink options are available at Arlington Inn?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Arlington Inn?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Arlington Inn?
Conveniently located restaurants include Chauncey's Family Dining, West Mountain Inn's Restaurant, and Arlington Inn Restaurant.
Is Arlington Inn located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.4 miles away from the center of Arlington.
Are there any historical sites close to Arlington Inn?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Wayside Country Store (3.1 miles).