This is a great little Inn right outside of Wilmington, within walking distance of the shops & restaurants. Covid has taken it's toll on this town and hopefully things will come back and start to open up again soon. Charlie and Megan make their little Inn what it is. From Charlie's little bar, his fire pit with S'mores, to Megan's great breakfast. They can't do enough to make your stay enjoyable. Thanks for a great time, we'll be back.
We made a last minute booking to say at the Wilmington Inn and it turned out to be the highlight of our trip. The innkeepers were friendly and helpful. In the evening you can choose to sit by the bonfire, play games in the large but cozy common area, or get a drink from Charlie at the bar. The place is noticeably clean, (our room was a beauty) and required masks in public indoor spaces. In the morning we had staggered breakfast times to allow for social distancing. The breakfast menu was delicious and we has a wonderful view. Would love to come back for a longer stay!
The Wilmington Inn was a "Welcome Break" on our way to Bar Harbor, Maine (Acadia National Park) on 08/25/21 and also on our way back home from Bar Harbor on 09/01/21. On 09/01/21, we stayed in the Main House, Joseph Courtemanche "Suite" ($269/night, pricey). Best room in the Inn! We enjoyed a separate sitting area to watch TV, very comfortable furniture; very roomy, tall ceilings w/a fan; bed & pillows were dreamy; deck w/ chairs off bedroom; very clean; had a bathtub jacuzzi; Negative: lots of stairs to climb. We would highly recommend this Inn and this suite! Thank you Charlie & Megan for a lovely stay. Thank you Megan for the delicious Blueberry Pancakes w/bacon! On 08/25/21, we stayed in the Carriage House, Molly Stark "Suite" ($249/night, pricey). Positives: nice sitting area separate from the bedroom for watching TV; jacuzzi (for two) in bathroom; comfortable bed. Negative: what you don't see in the picture is a "loud noisy" refrigerator right next to the bed. I am a light sleeper and found it difficult to sleep. Thank you Charlie making us a delicious egg breakfast in the morning. [We didn't meet Megan. Megan had the day off.]…
This inn is located on a busy stretch of country highway between Brattleboro and Bennington VT in the town of Willmington. This was a beautiful short vacation in a picturesque town full of restaurants and shops. The town plantings were meticulously kept, and lent a fairytale-like atmosphere to the place. The innkeepers were very personable and available. Very good breakfast. Highly recommended.
What it is: comfortable, homey, unpretentious, distinctive, lovingly cared for, welcoming. What it’s not: corporate, cookie cutter, cold, calculated. Our room, which we shared with our 10 year old, was large and well appointed but not so pristine that we freaked out every time he touched the furnishings. It was luxurious in being a space in which we could actually relax. The breakfast menu features delicious and well prepared dishes, most utilizing eggs harvested that morning from the resident chickens. The Inn is surrounded by lovely hiking trails and sits adjacent to fun and funky downtown Wilmington. We stayed two nights and would have happily stayed longer, schedule permitting.