The Ardmore Inn is a distinguished 1867 Victorian Greek Revival home ideally located in the Historic District of the Village of Woodstock, making it a convenient walking distance to all the great places of interest. Woodstock is acclaimed as one of the ten most beautiful villages in America. It is a quaint and historic, quintessiential New England village tucked away in a beautiful valley in the heart of the Green Mountains. The scenic beauty of the area is remarkable in whatever season you choose to visit. The village and surrounding areas offer a wide variety of attractions including antique shops, glass blowers, potters, galleries, and wonderful restaurants. The Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historic Park and the Billings Farm are within minutes of the Inn. Cross-country and alpine skiing are as close as a ten to thirty minute drive. The Ardmore Inn provides comfortable accommodations and great fun for those seeking an enjoyable and memorable time in Vermont. Keeping the tradition of its name 'Great House,' with its antiques, furnishings and friendly service the Ardmore provides its guests warm hospitality and restful comfort. Each uniquely decorated guest room has either a king or queen bed as well as a private bath with beautiful Vermont marble. A delicious full breakfast is served each morning in our dining room. In the afternoon, guests are welcome to enjoy a variety of refreshments. Morning newspapers are also available. We hope that you will arrive as a guest but leave as a friend.
Located on the second floor with a corner view of Woodstock’s Mt. Tom, this room has three beautiful eyebrow windows that give light to the room's elegantly carved queen size bed with 600 thread count bed linens, end tables and reading lamps. There’s also an antique desk just perfect for Natalie Kinsey-Warnock or you.
The room has beautiful original architectural details with wide ceiling and floor molding, hardwood floors, and a black marble fireplace. A focal point is the hand carved four poster queen bed (with 600 thread count sheets) and sitting area perfect for reading one of Chris Bohjalian’s books complete with two chairs, butler’s table and reading lamp. Chris’s book Idyll Banter is one of Charlotte's favorite – giving the reader a true and wonderful picture of what it’s like to live in a small town in Vermont. There is also a desk if you feel inspired to write. Art work by Michael McGovern.
Located on the second floor, our Archer Mayor room is a spacious secluded room with a queen size expresso farmhouse bed with 600 thread count sheets, two reading lamps above the bed, large sitting area with two rockers, lamp, table and desk where you can enjoy reading an Archer Mayor book in front of the fireplace. Black wide plank original wood flooring and natural wool area rugs complete the room. The dormer windows give you both Eastern and Western light. Warning: Archer’s books are page turners - you may be up quite late reading to help Lt. Joe Gunther solve his latest case! Free Wi-Fi.
Located on the second floor, this room’s four beautiful eyebrow windows give light to a tall four poster queen size bed with end tables and reading lamps on either side of the bed. Mary Azarian’s art work displayed has a garden theme and the colors in her art are picked up in the bedding and wool area rugs on the black, wide planked wood original flooring. The branches of the maple trees in the front of the Ardmore almost touch the windows, so in the fall there’s beautiful color just outside your windows.
Located on the second floor and in the middle of the house, Reeve’s room enjoys afternoon sun through its west facing eyebrow window in this apple green room with an iron queen size bed with 600 thread count sheets and Vermont made lamps to read by. It is accented with an antique cabinet hand painted by Vermont artist Holly Martin and two chairs for reading Reeve Lindbergh’s books. Artwork by Mary Azarian. We were thrilled to have Reeve stay at the Ardmore when she was keynote speaker for “Bookstock Vermont 2010” which takes place right here in Woodstock the last weekend in July.
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+.
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. From Manchester Airport in Manchester New Hampshire: Drive North 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, Bicycle rental, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Spa Services, Health and Fitness Facilities, Appalachain Trail nearby, Walking trails, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Swimming, Tennis courts, Tennis racket rental, Whitewater Rafting
Bed and Breakfast
Board games, Computer, Copier, Desk, Internet Service, Library, Telephone
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Wi-Fi
Coffee & Tea all day, Three season porch, Wireless Internet Access
Charlotte and Cary Hollingsworth
Low fat , Vegetarian