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This was my husband and my 1st time staying at the Woodstock Inn, what a great break from life. We stayed in the Swiftwater Room, so beautiful, roomy and comfy. We had dinner both nights at the restaurant and I highly recommend the Maple Glazed...More
It simply doesn't get better than the Woodstock Inn, Station & Brewery! We have stayed there for 17 years in a row and hope to go back for the next 17 years (at least, if not more). We love staying at the Inn and the...More
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Response from Keegan R, Manager at Woodstock Inn, Station & BreweryResponded August 17, 2017
Thank you guys for the kind words!!! We are grateful to have such an amazing 'family' at the inn. It has been 35 years and growing. Look forward to seeing you guys soon!
We stayed in the Lupine room, which was lovely. It has a fire place, heated floors and a huge tub! This is wonderful for the winter. The restaurant has excellent food. We also did a hike on a nearby trail. Absolutely beautiful.
My one complaint...More
My hubby and I booked the Bridal Veil room in the Cascade Lodge (one of several options on the in-town property) for a romantic, relaxing overnight stay. We started out with lunch in the restaurant, while we waited for 4pm (quite late) check-in. It was...More
Stayed in the main building so we wouldn't have to walk to breakfast; good idea as gentle snow fell all night. Our room was on third floor with separate (private/locked) bathroom in the hall. Quaint comes to mind; we enjoyed the feeling of being above...More
Response from uaairmisery | Reviewed this property |
The Flume is behind the Cascade Lodge. The entrance is off the porch. The Flume is the only room in the Sawyer with direct access to the porch, not to say that it's restricted to Flume guests. There are chairs on the porch... More
The Flume is behind the Cascade Lodge. The entrance is off the porch. The Flume is the only room in the Sawyer with direct access to the porch, not to say that it's restricted to Flume guests. There are chairs on the porch and would be fine for porch-sitting, when the weather conditions allow. Noise from the room next door ? Unfortunately, yes. But then again, how thick should the walls be made to muffle the voices and activities of some ill mannered, discourteous guests. We have stayed in the Flume on several occasions, and only on this last stay did we experience the latter situation.