A Letter from the Innkeeper...
The Saxtons River Inn is an historical country Inn, in a small Vermont village, on the National Register of Historic Places. There has been an Inn on this site since 1803, and the current Inn was built in 1903
The Inn has a large dining room, a bar with a gas fireplace and a parlor with a wood fireplace, porches, patios, a modern kitchen, a pub, and sixteen guest rooms, Thirteen with attached baths. The building is updated with fire safety sprinklers and wireless internet throughout.
The Inn is a comfortable place for both neighborhood patrons and traveling guests. The dining areas and parlor of the Inn provide convenient places for community groups to meet both formally and informally.
On any given night, visitors to the bar will feel at at home; it’s not uncommon for Houseguests to blend right in with the regulars. Guests may find themselves learning the current politics of the local library; or they may find themselves engaged in spirited discussion, after all everyone has an opinion about snow removal.
For those of us who grew up in Vermont and have traveled, Vermont is a very special place and for me it has always been home. So whether you come for a drink, dinner, or to stay with us, we want to welcome you and make your visit comfortable and enjoyable. We look forward to sharing our Vermont with you.
I grew up in Saxtons River as part of a large family, my Parents purchased the Inn in 1973 and my sister Averill ran the Inn for 15 years. It was then purchased and went through a variety of owners including some National Banks, until my Father and Sister purchased the Inn again in 2009. I purchased the Inn in November of 2014 and I am looking forward to this challenging and interesting next chapter of my life.