Located in the heart of the Village of Woodstock and the soul of Vermont, the Ardmore Inn will give you a true Vermont experience. Built in 1867, the Ardmore's five comfortable guest rooms with air conditioning and private baths are named after living Vermont authors and artists and Vermont artwork decorates the walls. There is a fully stocked library with gas fireplace, an enclosed barn porch, and spacious dining room with farm table to enjoy a delicious three-course served breakfast made with local ingredients and afternoon refreshments. The Ardmore offers luxurious linens and towels, complimentary Wi-Fi and parking, and is a smoke-free property. The Ardmore is within walking distance to fine shops, covered bridge, Ottauquechee River, the village green, art galleries and restaurants in Woodstock. The Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park and Billings Farm are also within walking distance. We're looking forward to your visit!
4.4 on June 21, 2014
My husband and I just stayed at the Ardmore this past week and we loved it! Our room (the "Mary Azarian" room) was very clean and nicely decorated, had gorgeous windows (easily covered by light-blocking curtains so sleeping was easy) and the bed was SO comfortable. Charlotte, the innkeeper, was wonderful! Every morning she made delicious breakfasts and always had great suggestions for places to visit, things to do, and restaurants to check out for lunch and dinner. Every idea she had was excellent - the spots to visit were interesting and worth the trip, and the restaurants were great - wonderful food and definitely worth returning to! We will definitely recommend the Ardmore Inn to friends and family!
Hello Nancy and Klaus! Thanks so much for your kind review. It was a pleasure having you as guests at the Ardmore and I am so glad you enjoyed the time you spent here and in areas surrounding Woodstock. Have a great summer!! Charlotte
5 on April 02, 2013
We love the village of Woodstock, VT but hadn't stayed there before. We choose the Ardmore Inn from the B&B.com website and we're so glad we did. The host was charming and the breakfast was fabulous! We highly recommend it!
4.6 on June 24, 2012
I recently stayed at the Ardmore for three nights with my daughter while attending the Dartmouth reunion in Hanover, NH. It was worth the drive between Woodstock and Hanover. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay there and hope to return. Woodstock is a great place to visit but the Ardmore made it even more worth visting. It is very clean, the rooms are fresh with great beds and bedding. Charlotte makes extraordinary breakfasts and there is always a treat like cookies and lemonade to greet you upon your return in the afternoon and evening. Charlotte and Cary are great innkeepers and make you feel so welcome with their generosity and hospitality.
5 on October 18, 2011
We have stayed at many B&B's, but the Ardmore Inn is the best we have ever experienced. The hosts, Charlotte and Cary, were so friendly and warm that we felt immediately at home. The rooms are all beautifully furnished, the linens wonderful, and the breakfasts are just delicious and inventive from fresh ingredients, and are beautifully presented. Even the table linens were different each morning! The books and prints in the library and and in each room were extraordinary, pointing out the owners' love of literature, art, and Vermont! And the fact that there are no tv's or phones made the experience even better. Freshly made cookies each afternoon accompanied by cider, coffee, or tea, was just wonderful. They even provided cookies on the morning that we reluctantly left them. We would return in a heartbeat!!
5 on October 09, 2011
Gail and I have been visiting the Ardmore for several years now. We go twice a year, during the autumn colors and the December holidays...... I can not say enough good things about the warmth and pleasantries we receive. We feel like we are not just going to a B&B, but rather visiting family!!! The Hollingsworths are truly special people!! Ronald E. Baratz, DDS
5 on July 20, 2011
Charlotte was just the right mix of friendly and helpful and unobtrusive. The room was large but cozy and had a great vibe. And the food was delicious and fresh (fresh from the oven homemade scones anyone?). A+.
4.0 on July 16, 2011
Our first stay at a B & B was fantastic. Beautiful rooms, gourmet breakfasts and a innkeeper that was informative about the quaint village of Woodstock, Vt. The inn location was easily walkable to all village stores and attractions. The local restaurants were exceptional. I would not hesitate to stay at the Ardmore Inn on our next visit to Vermont. Jim & Bonnie Kennedy, Clifton Park, NY
5 on July 03, 2011
We enjoyed every moment at the Ardmore Inn. Charlotte, the Ardmore Innkeeper, treated us like special guests, and guided us through the rites of passages for Dartmouth graduation ceremonies. My graduate was actually soo busy with revelry. We appreciated Charlotte's guidance. The best part of graduation events, other than the joy of watching my only child take the Hippocratic Oath, was staying at the Ardmore Inn, Woodstock, Vermont. My concern about distance to Hanover was unfounded. The Ardmore Inn and Woodstock were the perfect respite during graduation because of congestion, unavailability of dining and space to move in Hanover. Charlotte prepared the best synchronized to order breakfast for all guests. I watched her prepare her recipe from scratch for scones that were the best, flaky delicious ever. The Raspberry Jam served was perfect! Her frittata recipe, garden fresh vegetables, baked not fried, superb. All-in-all meals were the best ever and the stay was perfect. The beds were exquisite and linens, the finest. The Ardmore Library reflected Charlotte’s eclectic taste in literature with local history and Nature books. Her prior experience in publishing and books was evident by the relevant selected books both in the Library Room and disbursed throughout the Inn at strategic locations. The daily papers were always available on the period early American library desk. The Ardmore furnishings are perfect New England Americana. By the way, Charlotte accommodated my 96 y old Mom and me and made this visit a great event and memory for us. What more could I ask for in life than to have my mother be at her granddaughters’ graduation from Dartmouth Medical School and have every part of the event go perfectly. Maybe Emily will return to Dartmouth for a graduate program or specialty training and we can stay at the ARDMORE. Charlotte went well above and beyond providing excellent accommodations. I want to return, soon!
4.8 on June 03, 2011
My husband and I just stayed at the Ardmore Inn over Memorial Day weekend while attending a wedding in Woodstock, Vermont. As innkeepers Charlotte and Cary Hollingsworth were terrific. We arrived a little early after a very long drive from Virginia but our room was ready. Charlotte had lemonade and homemade cookies awaiting us in the dining room. We stayed in Tully on the second floor facing the street but noise was not a problem with the air conditioner running. I loved the sound of the church bells from across the street. The room was clean and attractive in decor. (There was a portable hanging rack for our clothes rather than a closet or wardrobe but that didn't matter to us.) The breakfast that Charlotte fixes is outstanding. Other wedding guests stayed at the Ardmore Inn and they agreed that the food was delicious! Woodstock is a charming New England town. I hope to get back someday and if I do I will definitely stay at the Ardmore.
4.2 on October 17, 2010
The room was gorgeous & very clean. Breakfast was a 4-course affair & every bite was delicious.
Natalie’s room is located on the second floor with a view of Woodstock’s Mt. Tom from the corner window.Natalie’s Room features: Elegantly carved queen bed Four original eyebrow windows Bedside tables with reading lamps Antique desk and chair and two additional chairs Black wide plank original wood flooring Natural wool area rug Air conditioning in summer Private en suite bathroom with marble floor Stall shower
Nightly Rate: $189 - $269
Located on the ground floor and graced by four large windows.The Chris Bohjalian Room features: Hand carved four-poster queen bed Electric fireplace with a black marble mantle Two bedside tables with reading lamps Sitting area with two chairs and large desk Beautiful original architectural details Original wood flooring Air conditioning in summer. Private en suite bathroom with marble floor. Deep Sanijet whirlpool tub and separate marble shower Artwork by Vermont artists Michael McGovern and Holly Martin.
Nightly Rate: $229 - $299
Nightly Rate: $229 - $299
The Archer Mayor Room is located in the back of the house on the second floor and is spacious and secluded and features: Espresso farmhouse queen bed Electric fireplace and mantle Two dormer windows provide Eastern & Western light Individual reading lamps above the bed Two black rockers, a dresser and writing desk Black wide planked original wood flooring Natural wool area rugs Air conditioning in summer Private en suite bathroom with stall shower and marble floor. Artwork by Vermont artists Phyllis Chase and Tom Puschock.
Nightly Rate: $219 - $289
Mary’s room is located on the second floor in the front of the inn with the branches of the trees almost touching the eyebrow windows for fantastic fall color.It features beautiful children’s books and artwork by Mary Azarian. Four-poster black queen bed Five original eyebrow windows Bedside tables with reading lamps Black antique dresser, two chairs and small table with a lamp Black wide planked original wood flooring Wool area rugs in colors of Mary’s artwork Air conditioning in summer Private en suite bathroom with marble floor Artwork by Vermont artists Michael McGovern and Holly Martin.
Nightly Rate: $199 - $279
Reeve’s room enjoys afternoon sun through its west facing eyebrow window in this apple green room. This room is located on second floor in the middle of the house and away from the road. Iron frame queen bed Bedside tables with Vermont made lamps Accented with an antique cabinet hand painted by Vermont artist Holly Martin Two chairs for reading Reeve Lindbergh’s books Air conditioning in the summer Artwork by Mary Azarian Private en suite bathroom with marble floor Stall shower
Nightly Rate: $179 - $259
Downtown, Mountains, Rural, Small town
Burlington, VT (BTV) 100 miles
Drive south on I-89 to Vermont exit #1 -- Woodstock / Rutland Exit and drive west on Route 4 about 11 miles to Woodstock.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, University
Board games, Coffee/Tea facilities, Computer, Desk, Ironing Board, Library, Parking, Telephone , Three season porch, Wireless Internet Access, Coffee & Tea all day
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Wi-Fi
Low fat , Vegetarian , Gluten Free