Vermont romantic Inn
Red Clover Inn and Carriage House Lodging, Minutes from Killington and Pico Resort
Restored and decorated in 2009 with fresh and simple style, Red Clover Inn and bed & breakfast accommodations are secluded, tucked into a glade just minutes from Killington Resort and Pico, with sweeping Green Mountain views.
Find peace in the c. 1840 Inn or adjacent Carriage House, where the snug rooms offer a variety of amenities. Choose from an array of accents; antiques, vaulted ceilings, original barn beams, working fireplaces, terrace, Jacuzzi, two levels, and more. All rooms are “en suite” with a private bath, and a queen-sized or larger bed.
Ben Flint’s, Adah’s, Ruby’s, Maggie’s – these rooms represent a family that totals 13. Bursting with personality, each room is dubbed for a character who may have milked cows, churned butter, tilled the pasture, and spun wool on this farm 175 years ago.
Now, Red Clover is yours. Your home-away will be your respite. Maybe you are a writer, adventurer, shopper, you love culture, cuisine, or to run… This room is for you. Lovebirds will never want to leave their own space.
Rates begin at $125/night. Pull in to Red Clover, breathe fresh air, and survey the trails, pond, and meadows beckoning you into the woodland. Enjoy a seasonal cocktail in the Great Room, select a book or film, rest by the hearth or gather with others before checking in to your own personal haven. Settle in to your own bright, well-appointed Vermont retreat as you define your next adventure.
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5 to 5 per night
Ascend a slender set of stairs to the Carriage House loft, where Maggie awaits with plenty of personality. Perch on the private balcony; soak up the sun or take in sweeping mountain views. A comfortable queen-sized bed and standing shower complete this intimate room’s allure.
$125 to $195 per night
Tucked into the far side of the Carriage House, Lydia affords a plethora of privacy, as well as space to welcome guests. Enjoy the ground-level sitting area in Red Clover’s two story suite; at day’s end retire to the enticing queen-sized bed upstairs.
$145 to $240 per night
Brimming with antiques, Ruby’s queen-sized bed is secluded in a sleeping alcove. Take some extra time in the private sitting room for two, and linger with a long soak in the washroom’s authentic clawfoot tub.
Cozy with a queen-sized bed, comfortable reading chair, and natural light, Mae’s antique desk and large windows create an intimate space for reading, writing, or peaceful reflection.
5 to 0 per night
A slanted ceiling descends to an overstuffed chair in the corner of Charlotte’s neat and airy country room. A full bath and four-poster, queen-sized bed round out the comforts of home.
Wake up to the morning light, filtering through large windows that illuminate this refreshing room. Drift to the chaise lounge, take a bit more time in the queen-sized bed, and add bubbles to the full bath’s tub.
$175 to $270 per night
Rosy accents, a warm hearth, and jetted tub make Adah a relaxing retreat. Romance inspires this corner room, with plenty of space and a four-poster, queen-sized bed.
The “gentleman” of the Inn, Elliott is spacious, with an abundance of light and a view of rugged Pico Peak from the queen-sized bed. Escape for the weekend to this retreat, featuring a jetted tub and a hearth.
Soothe tired muscles and rejuvenate the soul with Emma’s queen-sized bed and extensive two-person soaking tub. The rustic walls and large skylight accent this beautifully simple room.
A king-sized bed and a television set Dan apart from other rooms. Vaulted ceilings, a large hearth, and an abundance of windows complete the picture of this spacious room placed in the front of the Carriage House.
$245 to $340 per night
Claire's twin sister, Fanny, is located on the ground level and is handicapped accessible. A king-sized bed, hearth, and large jetted tub welcome guests with the promise of an easy stay.
Perched on the upper floor, Claire is the crown jewel of the Carriage House. Unfasten the doors to the second-floor private terrace and take in wide views of the forest, lawn, and gardens. Bask in the glow of the hearth from the king-sized bed, soak in the jetted tub, watch television, or read on the sofa.
With beamed ceilings, large windows, and an inviting king-sized bed, Ben is perfectly arranged for a honeymoon or lovebirds. The suite’s abundant Carriage House space accommodates the jetted tub for two, large hearth, and television with grace.
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