Warm hospitality awaits you at the WilloughVale Inn, situated in an exquisite natural setting on the shores of Lake Willoughby. Lodging at the WilloughVale is gracious and informal, providing a perfectly relaxed atmosphere for vacationing in all four seasons. Accommodations and Vermont cottage rentals at our WilloughVale Inn include ten unique guest rooms, four cozy cottages and four new lakeview cottages with all the comforts of home with none of the distractions! Vermont's Northeast Kingdom is truly a wilderness jewel, offering outstanding recreational activities year-round. Enjoy swimming, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, biking, golf, rock climbing, scenic drives and much more! In winter, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and ice-fishing are available just outside our door, and superb alpine skiing and snowboarding are available at nearby Burke Mountain and Jay Peak Resorts.
4.0 on April 13, 2015
We unfortunately picked a time when the inn was transitioning to a new chef and the restaurant was not open. In the past we have had amazing meals and the bar is charming. We were warned by the staff that they were closed well in advance and were given an excellent list on area dining. The staff was wonderful and very accommodating. We love the willoughvalle and look forward to returning soon!!
3.8 on March 29, 2015
Great cabin with everything we needed! Wish the restaurant was up and running but it was not available the weekend we stayed. Whole cabin was supper clean! Thanks for the great weekend!
3.8 on March 25, 2015
We stayed one night in the Weathervane Room at the Willoughvale Inn. It was a wintry March Saturday night. The room was very comfortable. Unfortunately, the restaurant was not open, but a better than average continental breakfast was available on Sunday morning. This is a great place to stay with nice views of Lake Willoughby (even when frozen) and access to other area attractions.
4.8 on March 25, 2015
My family and I stayed in the birches cabin and it was everything that we expected. A relaxing experience and able to cook some great meals.
4.6 on March 14, 2015
Great short stay. Super clean, nice room. I would go back!
5 on March 09, 2015
Thoroughly enjoyed our stay!
4.6 on March 02, 2015
Great place to stay. The staff was outstanding, extremely efficient and friendly.
4.2 on February 22, 2015
The service and staff at Willoughvale are great. The rooms are clean. We always have a great time and I would highly recommend this place.
4.6 on February 19, 2015
We stayed at the Willoughvale Inn on President's Day weekend. The service was extraordinary and our room, The Gazebo Room, was great. It was spacious, clean and offered expansive views of the lake out of its oversized windows. We went to snowmobile and really liked it that Vermont's VAST system is easily accessible via a short trail directly from the inn's parking lot. The restaurant, unfortunately, was closed but there are a number of very good restaurants 20 minutes or so away in East Burke, Newport, and West Glover. There's also a little bar/restaurant, Robin's Roost, right down the road from the inn. We enjoyed our stay very much.
4.0 on February 18, 2015
This was our 10th year coming to Willoghvale. Michele & Charisse were so polite & professional. The best customer service we have ever had. We were disappointed that there was no chef for dinner, it has always been very good. Finding a place to eat is a drive in any direction. Charisse made up for it in the morning with amazing pancakes & eggs. Would like to have oil in the lamps in the room so those could be lit.
The ultimate in comfort and elegance with spectacular views, from your private gazebo you can enjoy the lake and the surrounding mountains for Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter vacation to the Northeast Kingdom. · ·
Vermont State Senator George Aiken on a visit to the region in 1949 said, "This is such beautiful country up here- it should be called the Northeast Kingdom." The former Vermont Governor is given credit for popularizing the name.
The Westmore is a comfortable room with a wonderful view of Lake Willoughby
It is said that over 100 species of birds have been seen around Lake Willoughby - including the enchanting Loon. The Loon room is a comfortable and cozy room with a wonderful view of Lake Willoughvale.
The Lupine Room is named after the most common wildflowers in Vermont. Lupine flowers are blue, purple or pink and provide a beautiful panorama in Vermont meadows. Cozy and romantic, whether you visit us in Spring, Summer, Autumn or Winter the Lupine Room offers something special.
The Osprey Room overlooks Lake Willoughby and surrounding mountains; it is the only room in the Inn with two queen beds. Comfortable, clean and cozy accommodations for one or four guests.
The Weathervane is a cozy room with a wonderful view of Lake Willoughvale for a memorable Spring, Summer Autumn or Winter vacation getaways
The Garden View Room is a comfortable, cozy room with a serene atmosphere and spectacular view of the Lake Willoughby Mountains.
The Courtyard Room is a cozy room with a serene atmosphere
Popular 4-season Cottage. In 1909, the "road less traveled" led Robert Frost and his family to camping on what is now the Inn’s property. He wrote in "A Servant to Servants": "I see it's a fair, pretty sheet of water, Our Willoughby! How did you hear of it? I expect, though, everyone's heard of it. ..."
A cozy cottage with a spectacular view of Lake Willoughby. An Ideal getaway whether in the Spring, Summer, Autumn or Winter.
Just a few steps to the lake, the Birches Lakeside Cottage is a comfortable, cozy spot and it is ideal for a Spring, Summer, Autumn or Winter romantic getaway, family vacation or just some great fishing.
A truly cozy and romantic cottage on Lake Willoughby just for two and ideal for Spring, Summer, Autumn or a Winter getaway.
Named after the girls camp on Lake Willoughby, directly across the lake from the WilloughVale Inn, founded in 1921. The camp existed for a half-century;This cozy 2-bedroom cottage offers a spectacular view of Lake Willoughby and the surrounding mountains.
Named after Alexander Lucius Twilight, a native Vermonter, who was the first African-American college graduate in 1823 and the nation’s first African-American state legislator. He built what is currently known as the Old Stone House Museum., The museum is a short drive from the WilloughVale Inn.
This cozy two-bedroom cottage tells us a wonderful story from the past. With a spectacular view of Lake Willoughby it is ideal for the family getaway whether for Spring, Summer, Autumn or Winter
Named after the Peregrine Falcon which was on the endangered species list during the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s. In 1975 they were successfully reestablished to the eastern United States and reoccupied the cliffs of Mount Pisgah. This two bedroom lakeview cottage will take your breath away.
The Native American word Keewayden" means "northwest wind." Keewayden was a group of camps founded in New England - including the "Songadeewin Wigwam" of Keewayden, a summer girls camp on Lake Willoughby from 1921-1976.
Lakefront, Mountains, Small town
Antique Shopping, Beach, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Movie Theater, National/State parks, Nature area, Picnic area, Religious Services, Ski area
Other, Country Inn
Board games, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Library, Wedding Facilities
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, DVD Player, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Mtn. climbing, ice climbing, Sight-seeing, Swimming
Low fat , Vegetarian , Closed for dinner, 10/28 to 11/15