Welcome To The Arlington Inn
The Arlington Inn, a Vermont village estate built in 1847, was the private home of Martin Chester Deming. The home was purchased by the Bottom’s in the 1920's and opened its doors as, The colonial Inn, a Vermont summer hotel. Today travelers will find four buildings on the National Historic Register offering 16 guest rooms, a full service restaurant and tavern.
Modern amenities, include private baths, TVs, WiFi, air conditioning and two person Jacuzzis complemented by historic niceties such as claw foot tubs, fireplaces, porches and patios. All rates include a full cooked to order country breakfast served in our garden solarium. Situated on four acres, the inn provides the perfect venue for weddings & romantic escapes as well as corporate retreats.
E-Certificates Available !!!
Events In The Area
Sunday April 20th, 2014 10am -2:30pm
(802) 375-6532 for Reservations
Tour the Batten Kill 2014 April 4th & 5th
America's largest one-day Pro/Am cycling race. Racers compete over 65 miles of rolling terrain on both dirt and paved roads as they travel through the world famous Battenkill Valley.
Guest Testimonials"Thank you for making our Vermont get-away so special. The attention to detail from the champagne and chocolates to the comfy white robes brought the experience from ordinary to extraordinary!* We hope to return someday and will definately stay here."
Linda & Frank
"*not to mention the fireplace & jacuzzi - wow!"
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|3904 VT Route 7A
Arlington, VT 05250