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13 Pleasant St, Ludlow, VT 05149-1232
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  • All linens sanitized in high-temperature wash
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#2 of 7 B&Bs / Inns in Ludlow
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Located on a quiet village street in the heart of Ludlow, VT, The Pettigrew Inn provides elegant accommodations and delicious meals featuring home-baked good and fresh, seasonal ingredients. Guests can choose from 14 luxurious King or Queen rooms, some with fireplaces and spa tubs. Only 1-mile from Okemo Ski Resort, and a stop on the Ski Area Shuttle route, The Pettigrew Inn is walking distance to village restaurants and shops.
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Liz wrote a review Jul 2020
Hoboken, New Jersey1 contribution
The Pettigrew Inn was lovely over the July 4th weekend and we could not be happier with our experience! My fiancé and I planned to get away amidst the Covid-19 pandemic and wanted to experience Vermont in the summer (we usually visit in the winter to ski). Courtenay is an outstanding host and pays attention to every detail. We stayed in the Annex building, which has larger rooms than the main building and enjoyed a comfortable king-sized bed. The breakfast alone is worth every penny! We stayed here 2.5 years ago and have been talking about Courtenay's gourmet meals since that visit. We've stayed in dozens of bed and breakfasts across the country and this is our favorite. On both of our visits, Courtenay made excellent suggestions on activities. She always has a great tip. We'll definitely be back again.
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Date of stay: July 2020
FortyoneinNYC wrote a review Feb 2020
New York City, New York36 contributions1 helpful vote
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I do not normally post reviews, but wow, what a fabulous inn! My boyfriend and I (both in our 40s) stayed here for 3 nights over Presidents' Day weekend to enjoy skiing at Okemo. Our room (Albee) was charming, cozy and romantic, with a very comfortable queen-sized bed, adequate storage, and gorgeous views of the mountain. In both our room and throughout the inn, there are historical notes and photographs, as the innkeeper has taken great care to honor the history of the area surrounding the inn in Ludlow, Vermont. The common areas of Pettigrew Inn were delightful, with comfortable sofas and chairs for reading and gazing out the large windows; coffee, tea and hot cocoa available around the clock; and the most delicious freshly baked cookies around the clock. We enjoyed the outdoor hot tub one night, and we were the only ones in it. Another night, we saw another couple who also got to enjoy the hot tub all to themselves. The innkeeper and staff will provide you with towels for the hot tub and get it ready for you. And the breakfasts, oh, the breakfasts -- absolutely divine! We had three mornings in a row of the most delicious, scrumptious breakfast, made to order and available at any time during the breakfast window (which I believe was about 2 hours). The menu changed daily, and in addition to the hot breakfast, each day there was a small, tasteful buffet with a different selection of fruit, sweet and savory freshly baked goods, and juices. The Innkeeper Courtenay and Margot were the kindest and most caring people I've ever met at an accommodation! They were helpful in providing directions and suggestions of things to do and were attentive to so many details of our stay, enhancing our experience every day. Finally, the location just can't be beat. You are steps away from a few beautiful and delicious restaurants in the quaint and arts-focused town of Ludlow (upscale Downtown Grocer, wine bar Stemwinder, and a delicious casual pizza restaurant were all favorites for dinner). While there is a bus shuttle to take you to Okemo, we instead opted to drive the 5 minutes every day. In Ludlow, we easily walked to restaurants, boutique stores, and a hardware store and a large pharmacy chain for sundries we'd forgotten. You are also within close driving distance of the Weston Priory, which offered peaceful hiking and contemplation in the chapel, and the Vermont Country Store, not to be missed. We will certainly return to Pettigrew Inn in the future -- I can't wait to visit in the summer and hike the area.
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Date of stay: February 2020
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BCJersey wrote a review Jul 2020
Somerville, New Jersey32 contributions3 helpful votes
We were regular customers at the former Andrie Rose Inn, and enjoyed every stay there over a period of 5 years. When we found out that the Inn was sold in 2017, we explored a few other options in the area, which were all fine in their own way. In the midst of the current covid 19 pandemic, we received an email that the Pettigrew was re-opened, and there were discounted rates available. With my wife's birthday due in a few weeks, and a strong case of cabin fever in effect, we decided to re-visit our old Green Mountain stomping grounds...and we were not disappointed. Courtenay was a perfect hostess, and attended to our every need...from birthday cake plates delivered to our room, towels and the key to the outdoor hot tub, and requests for additional room supplies, she was there for our every need. Her strong suit was the morning breakfast, which was off-the-charts tasty every morning of our 3 day stay. Her home baked muffins and scones were absolutely delicious. Our room, the Bixby (formerly known as the Dream Weaver) was as beautiful and comfy as ever. The mattress was beyond comfortable, as were the pillows ( no foam headrests here), and the jacuzzi was as relaxing as we remembered. We found plenty of things to do over the course of our 3 day stay (even in the midst of a pandemic) , and thoroughly enjoyed our Vermont getaway. We cannot recommend the Pettigrew Inn strongly enough, and will absolutely be back for a return visit. Thank you, Courtenay!
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Date of stay: July 2020
thomasmV13VW wrote a review Mar 2020
Wolfeboro, New Hampshire25 contributions6 helpful votes
We cut our visit short by one day because the room was claustrophobically tiny, the bed was hard and uncomfortable with foam pillows (I detest foam pillows) and the breakfast our first morning was really sub-par. My simple scrambled eggs and toast were both served ice cold with one sausage link and the only coffee was Keurig self-serve and not very good. I can get a better breakfast at Denny's for way less money! We had also explored the area in its entirety and found we had absolutely nothing to do but stare at the walls of a very old and worn house (though the innkeeper did keep it very clean and tidy) and listen to the local good ol' boys loudly race the engines of their pick-up trucks as they went through town. For a big ski resort, there was amazingly little to do, few decent places to eat and almost no shopping that wasn't ski equipment related. Okemo is not so much a "resort" but a big ski mountain ... very, very nice ski mountain ... but that's about all there is to do. You ski or you die of boredom. Perhaps had the weather been more cooperative, our experience might've improved a bit but, honestly, we have never been more happy to retuern home despite forfeiting a night's lodging paid in advance than this trip. Incidently, we spent our first night at the Jackson Gore on Okemo. It was only slightly better than the B&B though they offered no breakfast or even a place to get a sit-down breakfast. That too we found to be amazing for a $200-300/night hotel.
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Date of stay: March 2020
Response from Courtenay Dundy, Owner at The Pettigrew Inn
Responded Mar 5, 2020
We appreciate you taking the time to write a review of your stay, but we are disappointed you didn’t share any feedback with us before you left the inn. You mentioned to us that you were leaving a day early because the warm weather had resulted in poor snow at the mountain. The reservation was for Deluxe Queen room in the Main Inn, which is a cozy room. For more spacious accommodations next time we suggest booking a Deluxe King room in the Annex. These rooms are significantly larger and offer other amenities, such as a fireplace, TV, and Minifridge. We don’t have foam pillows in any of our rooms, but we will certainly check both the pillows and mattress in the room where you stayed to see if they can be improved upon for future stays. We pride ourselves on providing guests a gourmet breakfast experience and regret that you felt we did not deliver on this aspect. The Keurig machine is available during breakfast for decaf coffee and hot chocolate beverages, but a full coffee station was set up in the dining room at 7:00am with fresh-brewed Vermont Artisan Coffee & Tea Company Dark Roast, a full selection of caffeinated and herbal teas, homemade granola, and fresh baked muffins. I believe you came down before 7am, though, which is perhaps when you only saw the Keurig available. If you do opt to come back and ski Okemo again, please allow us the opportunity to give you suggestions of activities to do in the area. We are fortunate to have many historic attractions in the area and other nature activities beyond just the downhill skiing. We are always enthusiastic to share with visitors information about the area! We are sorry that your getaway did not live up to your expectations, and hope to have an opportunity to welcome you back to the Inn in the future to help improve your perception of us and the Okemo Valley.
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Steven S wrote a review Jan 2020
New Canaan, Connecticut6 contributions1 helpful vote
We really enjoyed our 3 day stay at the Pettigrew. We hadn’t skied at Okemo in several years and weren’t sure where to stay. Quite frankly, we were skeptical at how positive the reviews of this inn were, but they are accurate. The building is a classic but very well maintained. Courtenay is exceedingly hospitable, reaching out before our stay and giving us helpful dinner recommendations.
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Date of stay: January 2020
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Pettigrew Inn
Which popular attractions are close to The Pettigrew Inn?
Nearby attractions include Wine and Cheese Depot (0.03 miles), Healdville Trail (0.2 miles), and Main and Mountain Bar (0.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at The Pettigrew Inn?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
Which room amenities are available at The Pettigrew Inn?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a refrigerator, and a fireplace.
What food & drink options are available at The Pettigrew Inn?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at The Pettigrew Inn?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The Pettigrew Inn?
Conveniently located restaurants include Mojo Cafe, Homestyle Hotel Inn & Restaurant, and The Downtown Grocery.
Is The Pettigrew Inn located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.08 miles away from the center of Ludlow.
Are there any historical sites close to The Pettigrew Inn?
Many travelers enjoy visiting President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site (9.8 miles), Calvin Coolidge Homestead (9.8 miles), and Upper Falls Covered Bridge (9.0 miles).