The Arlington Inn is a village estate built in 1848 that was later turned into a summer hotel in Arlington, Vermont.
Today, our Southern Vermont bed and breakfast encompasses three buildings and an event barn throughout four
acres. This includes 16 guest rooms within our Main House, Carriage House and The Old Parsonage plus a
Spa Room. We also have an antique barn for weddings and other events. We invite you to experience Southern Vermont history and country elegance at our National Historic Register inn. We are open to the public for Breakfast as well as a Sunday Brunch.
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Three buildings on our Southern Vermont inn property feature unique rooms and suites to choose from. Four rooms and our restaurant are located in the Main House. Next to the Main House is the Old Parsonage with six rooms. Off the Gardens, the Carriage House also features six rooms. All guestrooms include private bathrooms & televisions, many rooms also include two-person jetted tubs, fireplaces, private porches, and patios. Guests will receive a complimentary full cooked-to-order country breakfast served in our garden solarium.
Celebrate Your Special Day
Situated on four acres in historic Southern Vermont, our Arlington bed and breakfast is the perfect venue for weddings, elopements, and corporate retreats. The old barn is the ideal setting for a rustic wedding for 80 people or drop a tent in the gardens for 150 guests. During the summer, we can set up your wedding or elopement ceremony against our beautiful garden backdrop. Whether you’re inviting the whole family, or even if it’s just the two of you, The Arlington Inn can help you plan a wedding that you will cherish for years to come.
Our inn provides a country setting that’s still nearby the best things to do in Southern Vermont. We are located in the heart of The Shires of Vermont on The Shires By-Way. The Arlington Inn is just a short drive from Manchester and Bennington, Vermont, and Cambridge, New York. Visit the Arlington Recreation Park for a fall foliage stroll, practice your swing at one of the area’s golf clubs, take a day trip to Vermont’s ski areas, shop for antiques, or learn more about New England history.