“beautifully built in 1793”
Built in 1793, the inn was originally the home of Colonel Joseph Marsh, Vermont's first lieutenant governor. Since that time, the historic residence has been expanded and carefully restored to maintain as much of the 19th century character and charm as possible, while adding modern conveniences like private baths, cable TV, and air conditioning for all of the guest rooms. In fact, we've stayed so true to the original spirit of the Marsh Estate, we are on the National Register of Historic Places. Wide pine floors hold the mystery of centuries of footsteps that have come before you. Queen Anne furnishings and period antiques adorn the 22 guest rooms and three suites, dining room and common areas. And multi-paned windows offer stunning views out toward Dewey's Mill Pond, the Ottauquechee River, and the majestic spruce and hardwood trees that tower over the property. Each room and nuance of the place has its own unique story to tell.
Took pictures from the bridge. Very beautiful
stop here if you are traveling through Vermont, take pictures from above, hike the trail at one of it's sides, go down to the swimming places. just be amazed!
Gorgeous, both for just a quick pitstop and for a longer hiking and lunch adventure.
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