The rooms are simple but very clean. The staff is great. The food is awesome! If you are hiking, this is only 7 miles from the Long Trail north terminus. Enjoy!
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking
Had a nice stay, the rooms are a little small, though our friends had a much larger one with a nice firplace, the food was outstanding, we ate at other restaurants in the area, but none compared to the JVI. Incredible store just across the street. Be sure to check out the wood carvings scattered about the place. We will return this winter.
We loved everything about this place. It's located right across the street from the coolest general store where you can find just about anything you might need. The staff are super nice, easy going, and friendly. The food rocked! We loved it and would recommend it to anyone!
Our first time at the JVI took us a bit by suprise. Having traveled alot we found ourselves accustomed to the "usual" feel of a hotel or inn...everything works a bit differently at this place. Once setteled we simple fell in love with the Jay Village Inn. Sure the staff, its inkeeper and the town itself "beat to a different drummer" but it somehow seems to work. The atmosphere is very calm and laid back, the food is terrific, and the rooms (although somewhat small) are nice, ours had a very comfy sleigh bed and a nice fireplace. Settle in, take a sauna or hot tub, eat by the fire, and just chill...the pace is a little different at the Jay Village Inn and if your willing you will soon find the pace is...your own! Last week was our fourth trip to the area, and the second at the JVI, can't wait for the third.
Just stayed at this "hotel" for a ski weekend at Jay Peak. We were told it was a "quaint inn with a nice little bar." The truth is that it is a dirty run down road house. The rooms are over a noisy bar. The rooms would have been expensive and overpriced at half the price. We were charged $180/night for a "suite." The suite was two ajoining rooms that share a bathroom. In one room was two twin beds that offered less support than a hammock. In the other room was a queen bed that was old and about two inches off the shabby floor. Bathroom is a misnomer as there was only a dirty small shower. Don't drop your soap in this shower because you will be unable to pick it up without opening the shower doors. Some modest renovations have taken place but they have not addressed the issues of noise and the smells of greasy food from the bar in the guest rooms. Our "suite" did not get serviced either day we were there. The hot tub was empty. The sauna looked ok. Don't be fooled by the outside of the place. Bottomline, the Jay Village Inn is not a quaint inn, but it is a dirty, rundown, overpriced, noisy roadhouse. Try a different place for a ski weekend at Jay Peak.