The Woodstocker Boutique Bed & Breakfast Inn AWARDS/COMMENDATIONS: MORE AWARDS THAN ALL THE OTHER WOODSTOCK INNS COMBINED! - 2013/12/11 Woodstock's Best Inn - YELP - 2013/12/11/07 Guest Favourite - BnB Finder - 2012/11 Worlds best BRITISH Accommodation Telegraph UK - 2011 Most Comfortable Beds - Lanier guides - 2010/11 - Top 10 Inn USA - Bed & Breakfast com awards - 2010 INNKEEPERS OF THE YEAR - Lanier guides - 2009/10 INNKEEPERS OF THE YEAR - Bed & Breakfast awards - 2010 Frommers Guide - Top 3 Vermont/Maine/New Hampshire - 2010 Frommers Guide - 2* 'Special Find' category - 2008/9 Top 12 Inns Worldwide - Bed & Breakfast awards - 2007/8 Top 10 Inn USA - Bed & Breakfast com awards - 2007 BnBFinder - Guest Favourite award - 2006 Vermont Inn Keepers of the Year - V.H.C. - 2006 Vermont Governors Award winners - Green Hotel. - Internationally accredited "green" inn. REVIEWS - Monterey Herald - 2010 - Victoria Magazine - 2010 - Montreal Gazette - 2010 - BOSTON GLOBE - 2006/8 - Ski magazine September 2008 - Featured in Travel & Leisure - 2008 - Dwell - 2007 A unique village home, with direct access to Mount Tom National Park. - Daisy Doo the 'famous' sausage loving rescue Wheaten Terrier joined the team in May 2009 - 8 rooms and 1 spacious suite, all with private bath. One room even has two soaking tubs, another tub lights up! - Eclectic modern decor, reflects the European innkeepers, and creates an alternative New England experience. - Library room, homemade goodies and refreshments. - Contemporary style in a traditional home setting. - Wi-Fi compatible at no charge, organic linens and soaps. Luxury guest bathrobes. TV/CD/DVD/MP3 player in each room. - Organic/local foods used extensively - Walk over one of the covered bridges to the Village Green and nearby shops, galleries and restaurants. - Eco friendly Danish wood burning stove.
5 on October 10, 2015
OK, so let me tell you about my nights stay with some friends at the Woodstocker Inn. In a few words: It was simply "FABULOUS!!!" - We stayed while visiting the Queeche Gorge (worth the trip from anywhere by the way) - We entered the Inn and the owner greeted us cordially wearing a pair of sandals and a George Harrison tee shirt. Honestly the most down to earth kinda guy you would ever want to meet, friendly, courteous - He gives you a brief description of the Inn's amenities and then to your room. I don't want to rant and rave, but this was my kind of place. We came and wanted to sit back and enjoy a bottle of wine with a few friends. We sat in the Woodstocker Library, we enjoyed good talk, glasses of wine and the full true flavor of VT. which is what we were looking for. In the morning the three of us came down for breakfast at 9:55 am. (breakfast ends at 10am) to see if we might be able to still salvage a piece of toast or a quick something to eat.... Needless to say, the Innkeepers wife was there to greet us and was like the "angel of life" - instead of rushing the three of us off like they would have done just about anywhere else, they treated us like the day was all about us. True hospitality here!!! There is a daily menu for breakfast (Included in the nights stay I might add) but to make it more homely they ask you simply what your in the mood to eat and cook it for you to order. Now, anyplace other than VT this is rather unheard of, but while in VT this is exactly fitting. We had scrambled eggs, fresh VT ham, Orange Juice, Coffee that you hand press in European presses, just the real feel of VT here, Five stars all the way. So, to sum it up. If you want a regular uneventful hotel room this wont appeal, If you want a memorable unique room that makes you feel like your truly in VT with all the charm and class of what you'd expect, here it is right here, - At double the price... It'd still be worth it... it was that good!!!
4.6 on September 03, 2015
My husband and i stayed at the Woodstocker for two nights together with our daughters (aged 21 and 19). Dora and David were very hospitable and a wonderful source of information about Woodstock and the surrounding area. As fellow Brits they were also able to provide us with interesting insights into the US which made our two week visit to the country more meaningful. Everything from the soft beds, uncluttered and scrupulous clean rooms, fascinating library of books and comfortable sitting room, delicious breakfast and use of kitchen (including endless supplies of cake) was perfect - i cannot recommend the Woodstock Inn highly enough. To cap it all Woodstock is a delightful pretty town with lovely places to eat and the walks directly behind the Woodstocker Inn provide far reaching views over the beautiful countryside that surrounds it.
5 on August 29, 2015
We stayed at The Woodstocker based on a referral from friends who visited last year and we're glad we took their advise. This is most definitely not your grandmothers B&B. The lace and frill have given way to brightly painted, individually decorated, spacious rooms and modern baths. There is plenty of space for gathering, a great library and a small alcove kitchenette in case you need coffee, tea or treats at an odd hour. Of course, every inn is defined by its owners, and Dora and David are wonderful, providing not just tips about what to do around the area, but great conversation and stories. David even managed to get two out of the three of us to try blood pudding, so you know he is persuasive. We hope to make it back for leaf peeping season next year!
We thank you for the kind comments and appreciate you taking the time to tell the world. Personal referrals are very important to us and we are satisfied that the folks who referred you allowed us to continue to deliver a consistent standard, that met your needs. Consistency can sadly often be missing in the hospitality business. We hope that the two of you who tried black pudding and didn't seem to leave Daisy Doo much to hoover up was a positive sign that you liked it! We hope you may now choose to pass on our details to any folks heading to the chilly north....and of course please do come back soon!
5 on August 18, 2015
The Woodstocker Inn is a unique place. You immediately feel at home by the welcome given by Dora, David and Daisy Doo. We were fortunate enough to to be upgraded and relished the use of the Richmond suite, particularly a jacuzzi to unwind at the end of a very busy day. What a way to relax! The bathroom is spectacular, filled with organic toiletries and a little rubber duck on the edge of the bath. The bed was extremely comfortable with organic linen that cocooons you as you sleep. Breakfast was lovingly prepared and exquisitely presented, but this just illustrates Dora and David's ethos in running this fantastic inn. For us Brits, a quirky reminder of home, (and all the way from Sainsbury's, Chiswick) was the jar of Marmite at breakfast, along with boiled eggs and soldiers. Dora and David gave us some many ideas of things to do and places to visit, we struggled to achieve it all in our 2 day stay. But Dora and David's hospitality and care doesn't end when you leave: we left an iPad behind and they arranged for it to be Fed-Exed so it was awaiting our arrival at a further destination. All we can say is thank- you!
4.6 on August 17, 2015
Charming little Inn with easy to work with hosts - a nice visit, would visit again
5 on February 22, 2015
David and Dora combine great warmth, energy, and creativity with superb breakfasts and lots of foodie extras (many types of chocolates, biscotti, fruitcake) to fashion an absolutely wonderful guest experience. We keep returning for the fine hospitality, matched with a gem of a town to visit. The Woodstocker Inn is just 2 blocks walk from the center of Woodstock. The town is quaint, upscale, old New England at its best, with an eclectic general store, galleries, jewelers, and crafts shops, and great dining choices. Outdoor activities abound, and there's a great sports complex a mile away. The Woodstocker is an excellent launching pad for the area. Rooms are unique (particularly bathrooms), comfortable, and immaculately clean. Nooks and crannies downstairs offer a huge and varied book collection, CD collection, and 24 hour availability of snacks and beverages. The innkeepers are very personable, and glad to discuss the area and its dining and amusements. Overall, in 8 years we've not found a single glitch, only the warmest hospitality very reasonably priced.
5 on February 05, 2015
This inn deserves every award it has won and more. My spouse and I stayed there in early February 2015 for 4 days. When I called for a reservation we were immediately offered an upgrade. The descriptions and photos on the website are completely accurate, or maybe the reality is even better. The accommodations were immaculate, the bed comfortable, the rooms and guest areas are nicely appointed with colorful, uncluttered, and sometimes whimsical decor; very inviting. The breakfast was fabulous-- no need for lunch after creamy porridge and maple syrup, toast and marmalade made by Dora, who also makes the muesli and compote. David cooks eggs any way you like, and although we are not meat eaters, those sausages looked scrumptious. The delightful and very British (in the best kind of way) hosts, Dora and David, served breakfast, but we did not see them or their adorable dog Daisy Doo the rest of the day, giving guests lots of privacy. On the way home and into the evening, we couldn't stop talking about "D3" and their inn.
4.2 on January 07, 2015
Great place, great service, welcoming hosts, within walking distance to downtown Woodstock. We will book again!
5 on December 07, 2014
What a fun, cheery inn. The rooms have a lot of character and color, and have plenty of space. The owners are cheery and helpful. And the english breakfasts are fantastic. We have stayed here several times for a fun getaway weekend in the fantastic village of Woodstock, and we always have a great time. You can't go wrong with the Woodstocker!
4.6 on December 04, 2014
This was my third visit to the Woodstocker, and this time I brought along my family. As usual, the trip exceeded expectations--because the Inn was quiet, Dora and David upgraded our accommodations. As always, the rooms were pristine, the beds heavenly, and the food absolutely delicious. Dora, David, and Daisy Doo have created a magical place nestled in one of New England's most quintessential towns.
Queen size bed with a large bathroom at the front of the inn. Flat screen DVD/CD/TV mutli-media system. Seasonal window air conditioning
Nightly Rate: $130 - $225
King size bed, sofa and start of the art bathroom with ecologically friendly rain shower over large hand built tub. Flat screen DVD/CD/TV mutli-media system. Independent heat and air conditioning.
Nightly Rate: $195 - $295
Two double beds with large walk in double headed shower in bathroom.Local soapstone counter top. Flat screen DVD/CD/TV mutli-media system. Independent heat and air conditioning.
Nightly Rate: $195 - $295
Two double beds. Traditional bathroom in original part of 1830's house. Flat screen DVD/CD/TV mutli-media system Independent heat and air conditioning.
Nightly Rate: $195 - $295
King bed with original restored 1830's wooden floor. Small traditional bathroom with original ceramic tub and shower. Flat screen DVD/CD/TV mutli-media system. Independent heat and air conditioning.
Nightly Rate: $195 - $295
King bed in 'urban chic' surroundings. Ultra cool bathroom with glass walls, heated floor, tub and sink that light up and large shower with ecologically friendly rain shower head. As featured in Boston Globe and unlike anything else you will find in Vermont! Flat screen DVD/CD/TV mutli-media system. Independent heat and air conditioning.
Nightly Rate: $225 - $350
King bed, bathroom with heated floor, two claw foot bath tubs, separate shower and amazing LED/halogen lighting. Flat screen DVD/CD/TV mutli-media system. Independent heat and air conditioning.
Nightly Rate: $225 - $350
King bed in private bedroom, separate sitting room with Flat screen TV & BOSE surround sound multi-media CD/DVD/TV system. Heated bathroom floor, airbath and separate multi-jetted shower. Private deck and wine cooler. Design of the room has been featured in magazines. Independent heat and air conditioning.
Nightly Rate: $250 - $395
Rutland, VT (Rutland State Airport) 15 miles
Route 93 North from Boston airport then turn onto Route 89 North at Concord and Woodstock is signposted on route 4 West when route 89 crosses the Vermont state line
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, LongTrail Brewery 5 miles, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Winery
Bed and Breakfast
Amenities Basket, Board games, Computer, Copier, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Library, Private entrance, Telephone, Washer/dryer , Free candy bars all over the inn!, 24 hour refreshments & homemade cakes, Organic soaps and cleaning products, Fresh flowers
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Desk, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Turndown Service, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Mountain Bike trails, Kite Flying, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Swimming, Swimming pool, Table Tennis, Tennis courts
Dora, David and Daisy Doo..... a.k.a D3
Members of the British Sausage Appreciation Society. Supporters of the Slow Food Movement. Members of Green Hotels of Vermont. Microwave unfriendly! Big users of green products and we are very ecologically aware! We also make really good British fruitcake which is nothing like it's US cousin.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , By prior arrangement
Sausages from around the world!
We are members of the British Sausage Appreciation Society. We encourage all our guests to try them hot or cold! And don't forget the HP sauce!