Summer boasts an in-ground pool and Central Air, with great places to hike, bike and swim surrounded by nature. With Springtime there are beekeeping activities and, of course, in the Fall, there is stunning foliage to see. In winter, enjoy hot cider and soup while you play games by the fireside. Save money on your stay with our seasonal special packages and Frequent Stay Program. Always enjoy our famous Bottomless Cookie Jar! We look forward to welcoming you at Golden Stage Inn, where we bring "Bed and Breakfast" to a whole new level. Your hosts, Michael and Julie Wood.
Facing south, this sun-filled room has an antique vanity and comfy pillowed chair for relaxing. Beds can be arranged as two twins or one luxurious king. Named for Reverend Warren Skinner, a Universalist preacher and the patriarch of this home for many years.
This family suite is comprised of two bedrooms. The first has two twins and a pull-out couch. The second, which is a walk-through for the first, has a queen bed. They share one bathroom with a beautiful antique vanity sink and spacious shower. A fifth person can be accommodated for an extra $25 per night. The TV has a DVD player.
This two bedroom suite is perfect for a family of four or for two couples traveling together. Two private bedrooms share one bathroom. One room has a queen bed with a cozy gas fireplace. The other room can be configured as two twins or one king-sized bed. The TV has a DVD player.
In the original part of this 1788 building, in the front of the house, this comfy room recalls the early history of the inn as a stagecoach stop. The antique oak bed has a feather-topped mattress. There is an armchair, vanity, and a bench in this room, divided by a half wall from the en-suite bathroom. French doors open to a tiny but quaint private porch.
Let this room charm you with its country wallpaper and metal-frame queen bed. One of our larger rooms, it allows for sitting and relaxing on the full-size couch. The room is located in the front of the house at the top of the stairs and the private jet-stream bath is tucked away in a nook up two stairs. This is the only standard room that can accommodate 1 extra person on the pull-out couch, making it ideal for parents with young children. A fireplace makes it a great place for a winter retreat!
The cherry sleigh bed cradles a new luxury mattress and tasteful wallpaper and shades of burgundy make this room a frequent favorite of many guests.
This cozy room features a queen bed, dresser, and armchair. On the first floor, tucked under the stairs, it has private access to the shared front porch. This room is named for Maya Angelou and honors the inn's reported history as a stop on the Underground Railroad. Maya's Room is wheelchair & ADA accessible.
On the second floor, Cornelia's Room offers a queen poster bed with a new luxury mattress, antique vanity and a comfy wooden rocker. Named for the author Cornelia Otis Skinner, a former resident of the inn, this room captures the rural character of Cornelia's country home in the late 1800's. Cozy up to the brand new fireplace in wintertime. The recently renovated bathroom has a spacious tiled shower.
5 on March 10, 2014
My husband and I enjoyed our cozy stay here recently. We received a friendly reception and were spoiled with homemade treats like ginger cookies and fragrant hot cider. We were charmed by the stories of the on-site bee-keeping. The room was clean and quaint. We slept soundly and woke up to a yummy breakfast of coffee cake, berries and ham-gruyere-apple open-face sandwiches. It is also an ideal location to Okemo. I would definitely visit again and/or send a loved one a gift card to relax at this B&B.
5 on January 30, 2014
Great family ski weekend at the Golden Stage Inn. Julie and Mike are the friendliest Inn Keepers, breakfast is amazing and the rooms are beautiful. The personal touches cannot be beat. The afternoon soup and cookies are a bonus. We cannot wait to go back! The Day Family
4.4 on January 06, 2014
Mike and Julie are great hosts. Within moments of walking in we felt like we were old friends. looking forward to our next visit.
5 on January 05, 2014
At first, we were a bit unsure about a bed and breakfast style inn because it felt as though we were intruding in on somebody's home. But almost immediately, those uneasy thoughts vanished. The place is very beautiful and the rooms were very nice. And to make everything even better, the hosting family was extremely welcoming. Julie and her family are just so hospitable. They actually will interact with you which makes you feel like they aren't just people living under the same roof. To add onto to the positive vibes, the breakfast had to have been one of the BEST homecooked breakfasts I have ever had. They also even make their own honey (which is to die for). Every person in our group of 5 walked out very satisfied with our stay and almost sad that we had to leave. Hands down, one of the highlights of our trip to Vermont. You must visit this inn!
4.6 on November 05, 2013
The inn keepers were fantastic. Very relaxed atmosphere and an enjoyable stay! Would love to go back in summer.
Countryside, Mountains, Village
Springfield, VT (VSF-State) 5 miles
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Okemo Mountain Resort, Camp Plymouth State Park, Covered Bridges, President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site, Trout Fish the Black River, Vermont Institute for Contemporary Arts, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, River, Ski area
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn, Country Inn
Board games, Computer, Library, Piano , Winter Weekend Soups, Wheel-Chair ADA Accessible, Room 9, Summer Sunday S'Mores, All Day Cookies, Coffee & Teas, Winter Weekend Shuttle (day and eve), Saturday Night Chocolate Cake
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, DVD Player, In-room internet, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseshoes, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Farmer's Markets, Dining, Six Loose Ladies Fiber Arts Shop, Okemo Mountain Ski and Stay Packages, Fletcher Farm School for Arts and Crafts, Beehive Tours, Antiquing, On-Site Sheep, Chickens and Beehives, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Swimming, Swimming pool
Michael and Julie-Lynn Wood
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Gluten-Free
Saturday Night Chocolate Cake
Every Saturday evening, Michael serves his chocolate cake. Perfectly moist, rich, and chocolatey. And if you're lucky, there will be some left over on Sunday Morning for a Breakfast Dessert!
Here at the Golden Stage Inn, we love to say thank you to our repeat guests. For every seven nights you stay with us - your eighth is completely free of charge! And if you refer a friend, their stay counts on your seven-day tally; just tell them to mention your name and the Frequent Stay Program when they arrive. (Don't worry; their stay will be counted on their own Frequent stay file as well!) Visits will be honored for the duration of our tenure as Golden Stage Innkeepers.
Book a 2 night stay or more with our Vermont B&B and we will reserve your tickets to a show at the Weston playhouse for a greatly discounted rate. MainStage shows are $20 per person, and tickets to The Other Stage are $10 each. Save as much as $60 per couple on your summer theater trip! We will make sure to book you the best seats available at the time of your reservation. For online reservations, please note the show you'd like to see in the comments box. See www.westonplayhouse.org for the full summer show schedule, which includes a new play by Christopher Durang, two pop-rock musicals, and classics such as A Chorus Line and Chekhov's Uncle Vanya.