Deer Brook Inn, a tastefully renovated circa 1820 colonial farmhouse welcomes you to Woodstock and the Green Mountains of Vermont. Recommended by the New York Times, Boston Globe and tripadvisor where we have enjoyed the #1 rating in Vermont for much of 2009. Each of our five spacious accommodations offers a full private bath, wide honey pine floors, CD music system, WiFi, air conditioning, and individual thermostat for your comfort. Enjoy a full country breakfast each morning in the dining room or on the patio. Each breakfast showcases local ingredients; fruit, a hot entrée, and home-baked goods are always a part of the Deer Brook experience. Deer Brook Inn is close to the Killington ski area as well as several other slopes. Summer and winter sporting activities abound including cycling, golf, swimming, fishing, horseback riding, hiking, and both alpine and Nordic skiing. In addition, some of the finest shopping, dining, cultural landmarks, and sightseeing that Vermont has to offer are right at our doorstep. Our location is also convenient to Dartmouth College and other educational institutions.
Spacious room with private bath, original artwork, and decorations combining period antiques and contemporary pieces. Queen bed done in high count all cotton hotel linen, stereo system, air conditioning, and individual heat control. Enjoy our much talked about three-course country breakfast served in our dining room or on the outdoor patio.
Nightly Rate: $150/$130
A dramatic king-size pine sleigh bed mirrors the original wide pine flooring in this room. The bed is dressed with a handmade Jacob's Ladder quilt done by Rosemary McGinty. Exposed beams accented by grapevine stenciling grace several windows that overlook the river. There is an individual thermostat and air conditioner/fan unit for your comfort. Rates are based on double occupancy, extra person charges of $30 per person, per night to be charged at time of check-in.
Nightly Rate: $150/$130
Our largest accommodation, comprised of a large bedroom, private sitting room, and ceramic tiled bath, is located on the first floor of the inn. This suite provides guests with comfort and flexibility. The bedroom features a queen-size bed, large dresser, and ample closets. The sitting room boasts a queen-size sofa bed and matching loveseat from which our guests can view a TV installed in an armoire. The color scheme, stenciling, and framed watercolors create a mood of relaxation in keeping with the inn's simple and crisp country style. The Ottauquechee River can be viewed from all six of this suite's large windows. Both bedroom and sitting room have air conditioning/fan units for climate control.
Nightly Rate: $180/$150
This double room features a queen-size brass bed with a handmade interlocking star design quilt by Rosemary McGinty, the inn's former owner. A loveseat provides a comfortable place to read a book and skylights above the bed as well as in the bathroom bring in the outdoors. The east-facing window provides a view of the Ottauquechee River and the stenciling, exposed beams, and wide pine floors provide a comfortable and crisp country feel. Climate control is at the guests' discretion with an individual thermostat and air conditioner/fan unit in the room.
Our largest accommodation, comprised of a large bedroom, private sitting room, and ceramic tiled bath, is located on the first floor of the inn. This suite provides guests with comfort and flexibility. The bedroom features a queen-size bed, large dresser, and ample closets. The sitting room boasts a queen-size sofa bed and matching loveseat from which our guests can view a TV installed in an armoire. The color scheme, stenciling, and framed watercolors create a mood of relaxation in keeping with the inn's simple and crisp country style. The Ottauquechee River can be viewed from all six of this
5 on November 03, 2011
A wonderful Inn. Our suite was spacious & nicely decorated. Enjoyed a delightful breakfast and our host, George.
5 on August 10, 2011
Fabulous stay. Accommodations were top notch. Comfortable beds. Food was outstanding!
4.8 on August 06, 2011
David & George are perfect hosts. They are organized, attentive, but not intrusive, and relaxed. It felt like we were staying with good friends. Excellent breakfast, very reasonable rates.
5 on July 15, 2011
We stayed a week at the Deer Brook Inn recently. David and George were the perfect innkeepers/hosts. They were warm, funny, knowledgeable and eager to make our stay comfortable. The inn is an historic home, beautifully restored. The rooms are better than the pictures (if you are used to the fisheye lenses from websites!). Our room had some of the original rough hewn beams with wooden pegs exposed and beautiful heart pine floors. The doors and hardware in our room were original to the house from the early 1800s. Breakfasts were delicious, creatively prepared and served with great care. Breakfast conversation was lively and interesting among the guests and with the hosts. David and George encouraged us to go to the local market and get fresh fruit, local breads and cheeses, and wine and come back to enjoy on the patio out back. They provided glasses, plates, napkins and utensils, and had a refrigerator for guests to use. We are long time B&Bers having traveled the U.S., Canada, Great Britain and Ireland. This was one of our favorite B&B experiences. Clyde Robinette & Romayne Smith
4.4 on May 02, 2011
What a pleasant surprise we had at the Deer Brook Inn in Woodstock, Vermont. After spending 2 days in the mountains in Maine, we were ready for a few creature comforts, but received so much more! Everything was great, from the personal greeting from George when we arrived (literally swinging open the door before my hand was raised to knock), to what may be the best breaksfast I have had at a B&B anywhere - seriously David, featherbed eggs? Maple poached pear? Heaven. The innkeepers David and George are the reason for the rave review... everything else was fine too, but they are excellent hosts and what makes Deer Brook Inn a true gem! One small tip - the inn is a short drive outside of Woodstock, so make sure you have a DD in your party to ferry you home after one of your great meals at the Red Rooster or Bentley's (recommended by George, of course!) I've never felt so comfortable in a B&B setting... regrettably we only spent one night...next time we will stay longer!
Countryside, Mountains, Small town
Burlington, VT (BTV)
South on Interstate 89 to exit 3. Take Route 12 south into Woodstock Village, then take Route 4 west for 5 miles. Deer Brook is on the right.
Antique Shopping, Beach, Historical interests, Museum, Picnic area, River, Ski area, Bicycle riding trails, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Snow shoe trails, Swimming pool, Tennis courts
Private Home Bed and Breakfast
Board games, Fireplace, Library, Satellite/Cable TV, Telephone, VCR
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, CD player, Hairdryer, Radio, TV, Wi-Fi
David Kanal & George DeFina
Vegetarian , Prior arrangement