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13 Pleasant St, Ludlow, VT 05149-1232
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  • All linens sanitized in high-temperature wash
  • Face masks required for staff in public areas
  • Hand sanitizer available to guests & staff
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
  • Staff required to regularly wash hands
  • Regular temperature checks for staff
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#2 of 8 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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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Hot tub
Free breakfast
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Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Non-smoking hotel
Breakfast available
Outdoor furniture
Shared lounge / TV area
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Migrated wrote a review Jan 2021
Nyack, New York1 contribution2 helpful votes
Bed and Breakfasts are always a risk, but with all the positive review of the Pettigrew Inn I thought it would be a delight. Had I been able to spend a little more time digging into each of the reviews here I would have realized that it is, in fact, a 3-star inn, but all of the negatives were buried in the 5 star reviews. Not helpful people! Here's the good: • Breakfast was served and was hot. • There is a hot tub. • There is a bed and a bathroom. • Fantastic downtown location without being on the main road. Here's the Covid: • None of the common spaces are available for casual use. • There is no interaction between guests. • Every meal, besides breakfast, has to be eaten in the room. • You have to sign up for a time slot for breakfast. • Most of the village restaurants are not doing eat in, they are mostly takeout only. If they are doing eat in, the capacity is minimal. Additionally, I was there over New Year's weekend, there is not enough capacity for the influx of people. Saturday night I called to order takeout pizza at 5 and it couldn't be ready until 8:40. The burrito place ran out of food by 5:30. Here's the bad: • The Inn Keeper turns the heat way down at night. • There were only 2 summer weight blankets on the bed. Together they were not warm enough for during the day when the heat was on, but it was truly freezing at night when the outside temperature dropped to the teens and the heat was lowered. • The bed was so hard I couldn't sleep. It was not a neutral bed that anyone could get a reasonable nights sleep on, it was harder than the floor and had springs. • The mattress is encased in a slippy slidy cheap mattress cover and poly blend sheets that did not fit the bed leading to further discomfort. • Every conversation could be heard through the walls. • There was very low water pressure and the handle was broken. I was the only guest in the house when I showered, so it wasn't that everyone was showering at once. I live in a house from 1880, there could have been pressure in the shower. • There is not a good place to stow gear. There is a small delicate chest in the room and the bathroom and a rack on the back of the door to hang coats. • The “heated” room provided to stow ski gear basically ruined a day of skiing because it wasn’t kept warm enough to keep the boots warm. Another thing to pile into the room. • Breakfast is SLOW, get it to go if you have somewhere to be. • No accommodation was made for having to eat and drink in the room due to COVID, so back into that bed or sitting on the floor. • If you need anything you have to page the inn keeper with a button by the door. Then it is this super awkward forced interaction because they were just interrupted. It’s not the Inn experience I have had anywhere else, including at the Pettigrew with the previous owners, where the Inn keeper is casually around and pleasantly available.
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Date of stay: January 2021
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FortyoneinNYC wrote a review Feb 2020
New York City, New York36 contributions1 helpful vote
Property's Favorite Review
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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Dorothy wrote a review Oct 2020
Brattleboro, Vermont197 contributions28 helpful votes
We were greeted by the owner Courtenay at dinner time. She is obviously a chef and proud of her inn as she should be. We stayed in the back house on the ground floor with a lovely jet tub, full shower and bath in our king size bed room - could not have been happier. Well thought out breakfast, coffee in the room which was super clean and safe. The porch and sitting areas in the garden were beautiful, convenient and well maintained. There is a hot tub as well.
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Date of stay: October 2020
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Room Tip: The hotel is on a side street so not much noise, great shades on windows, we liked the ground floor.
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pabs42018 wrote a review Sep 2020
South Hadley, Massachusetts2 contributions
We aren't the kind of folks who usually write reviews, or visit the same place twice, because we love to see new things and try new adventures, but this is our second time visiting The Pettigrew Inn and we feel compelled to share. We enjoyed the accommodations, from the rooms to the hot tub. We can't say enough about the breakfasts that Courtney serves. The hospitality, the food, and the accommodations brought us back. Courtney is a wonderful cook and hostess. She went out of her way to make suggestions about places to visit, hiking routes and other activities to participate in, and all while trying to maintain as much normalcy as she could with Co-vid regulations! One of the most flattering things that really made us feel special, is that Courtney remembered us from the previous year, and remembered my husband's least favorite food, which she assured him would not be on the menu while we visited! Although our visit this year was for a few nights, last year, we only spent one night! Impressive. Thanks so much Courtney for your hospitality, we will be back!
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Date of stay: August 2020
John Turner wrote a review Aug 2020
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If you appreciate excellent cooking, you need to stay here. Our dinner and breakfast were unique and succulent. This is clearly a passion for owner/host/chef Courtenay. But wait - it's not just the food. The cleanliness was fantastic, the flowers magazine worthy and the town is just big enough to be fun - but still have a safe small town feel for late night walks! We stayed here as part of Vermont Inn to Inn Walking Tours. Try it. Super couples vacation!
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Date of stay: August 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 pets allowed at The Pettigrew Inn?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
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).