"Quaint" "Cozy" "Friendly" probably best describe the Fullerton Inn and Restaurant. Come decompress and remove stress. Twenty one nicely appointed guest rooms await. An excellent on-site restaurant serving Monday through Saturday evening dinners. Relax in our cozy tavern for a more casual dining experience. Enjoy or huge fireplace in our spacious lobby. Located on "the Green" in the center of Chester, Vermont, the Fullerton Inn is surrounded by small shops and galleries. Chester is centrally located to many outdoor activies and four ski areas. We are here for you. Come enjoy our Classic Vermont Hospitality.
Nicely decorated room. Quaint antiques and lace curtains. Comfortable queen bed with lots of pillows. All rooms have private baths. Updated and modern with the cozy feel of the past. All rooms are smoke free. WIFI internet available in most rooms.
Nicely decorated room. Quaint antiques and lace curtains. Comfortable double bed with lots of pillows. All rooms have private baths. Updated and modern with the cozy feel of the past. All rooms are smoke free. WIFI internet available in most rooms.
Nightly Rate: $99-$129
Nicely decorated room. Quaint antiques and lace curtains. Two comfortable twin beds All rooms have private baths. Updated and modern with the cozy feel of the past. All rooms are smoke free. WIFI internet available in most rooms.
Nightly Rate: $99-$129
4.0 on January 03, 2014
Very comfortable and accommodating. The restaurant was excellent. The room was very clean and nicely appointed. The bath was updated and fresh and well supplied. An excellent value for the money. Staff was friendly and made us feel at home.
4.8 on January 15, 2013
The staff was friendly and efficient. The inn was clean and beautiful. We had fun with the waitress at dinner.
4.0 on December 02, 2012
First time we stayed here and loved its central location and the seasonal decorations throughout the common areas of the inn. The decor definitely placed us in the holiday spirit. It was the perfect place to get away for a peaceful weekend as it's a short 2 hour drive from our home outside of Albany, New York. The nightly rate was very reasonable, our room was clean, and the innkeepers and staff were very friendly. What more could you ask for. There was even an authentic Scottish pub a short walk from the inn for an evening night cap. We will certainly will be back again. Thank you Brett and Nancy!
3.8 on May 08, 2012
We were looking for something in lower Vermont and came across the Inn on the website. I spoke with the Innkeepers and they were extremely friendly and accommodating. The most important feature for me was the NO PET rule. I am highly allergic and have trouble traveling lately, with everyone bringing their pets along on trips. We booked a room with their guidance and it was a lovely experience. The Inn is old and has plenty of charm. Everything was well kept and cozy. We felt very welcome. The breakfast was continental but quite varied. We had many choices of fresh baked goods, juices,cereals, local waffle mix waffles and my favorite the large fresh fruit bowl. We were very pleased with the overall experience and would gladly stay at The Fullerton Inn again.
5 on April 20, 2012
This place is a home away from home. There was a nice restaurant, warm breakfast, games & books, and room was beautiful. The owners were helpful with finding other places, too.
3.8 on April 18, 2012
We ended up at the Fullerton Inn because there was no vacancy in nearby Grafton, VT. We were pleasantly surprised at Fullerton because of how nice it was. Unknowingly we ended up at what our first choice should have been.
4.6 on March 25, 2012
Clean, friendly inn with a spectacular dining room & pub. The Mussels were to die for. We will be back.
4.0 on October 12, 2011
Chester native "returned". Worked in this Inn as a High school senior 1950-51. This massive three story structure looks and feels like something that is the center of Chester town. The breakfast is extra great. Not only excellent choice with variety each day but also a chance to chat with other guest from "all-over". Take a drive to Chester Depot and see Flamstead Mountain loaming over the town and Stone Houses on "North Street". Stan Hunsdon
2.8 on September 27, 2011
We had a tough time finding rooms in the area that would take us for 1 night only during the Foliage season. The rooms were small but clean. The included breakfast was so-so. The people were very nice that worked at the Inn.
3.0 on July 13, 2011
Very nice inn in a great location. Rooms were fine although I booked a queen and got a double.
Downtown, Mountains, Village
Hartford, CT (BDL-Bradley Intl.) 60 miles
I-91 to Vermont. Take Exit # 6 (VT route 103) turn left onto route 103 and travel 10 miles on that road to center of Chester. Route 11 joins the road and 103 turns off. Stay on 11 500 yards to village green.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Nature area, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Ski area
Bret & Nancy Rugg
Running the inn takes most of our regular time and free time. Nancy is our decorator and seamstress. She'll be glad to discuss the inn, the area, quilting and crafts. Bret is the resident fix-it man and has been actively remodelling the inn.
Restrictive , Vegetarian