The Governor's House near Stowe Vermont
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Host: Suzanne Boden

Guestrooms: 8

Address: 100 Main Street, Hyde Park, VT 05655 USA

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 300, Hyde Park, Vermont 05655 USA

Telephone: 802 888-6888,
Toll Free: 1-866-800-6888

Activities/Attractions: Nestled along the banks of the beautiful Lamoille River, surrounded by Vermont's lush Green Mountains, Hyde Park has welcomed visitors for more than two hundred years! Once the destination of the wealthy from New York and Boston who traveled via train to spend their summers in the country, Hyde Park has become a destination for vacationing visitors from around the globe.

The world famous resort village of Stowe, Vermont is located just eleven miles south along the Scenic Route 100 Corridor. Nestled beside Vermont's highest peaks, Hyde Park and the surrounding region offer legendary fall foliage, spectacular skiing, stunning summers, incomparable accommodations, spas, recreation, dining, and shopping.

The simple elegance of the Governor's House is a perfect setting for an intimate wedding ceremony. All arrangements and menus for the occasion are custom designed to suit your style and your budget.

Please come to Afternoon Tea at The Governor's House in Hyde Park on Thursdays and Sundays.


"It is utterly spectacular from the rooms to the lovely innkeeper to the food. Every inch of this inn is perfectly decorated with many unique touches. My daughter was thrilled to find candy in little places everywhere!"

"I loved my stay at the Governor's House and can't wait to go back. It's a beautiful property, lovingly restored by Suzanne, the innkeeper, in a picture-perfect setting. The house is spacious and quiet, the food is delicious and plentiful, and Suzanne provides amazing personal service. I highly recommend staying there on any trip to the area."

"We got married at the Governor's House in June, 2008. I can't say enough nice things about the Inn. Suzanne is meticulous. She's also a fabulous cook. The food was wonderful, and the Inn is quite romantic."

"Perfect! I’ve stayed in many bed and breakfasts and this one has been by far the most enjoyable. The house itself is great - beautiful, clean, and cozy. But what really makes the place stand out is the hospitality itself. The woman who runs it was extremely friendly, welcoming, and helpful, and the food was delicious."

"What nice bed and breakfast! It was so clean and comfortable and we were pampered with great food, personal attention, and beautiful rooms the whole time. Everything felt very special and luxurious, which is unique for a bed and breakfast! We really enjoyed the host, who was polite, friendly, and attentive and gave us very helpful tips on what to do, see, and eat. I came away feeling relaxed and rejuvenated. I can't wait to return - two thumbs up!"


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"We stayed at the Inn for one night during our Fall Foliage trip to New England and thoroughly enjoyed the stay. Suzanne made our stay very comfortable and relaxing. We asked for a place to have dinner and she not only recommended a great restaurant but she also called them to make the reservation for us."

General Information: Welcome to The Governor's House in Hyde Park, Vermont ... a romantic New England Bed and Breakfast Inn in the Green Mountains near Stowe, offering comfort and luxury for an elopement, destination wedding, honeymoon, weekend getaway, New England holiday, family reunion, ski weekend or dogsled adventure. Come and see why New England offers the best vacation in the U.S.

Our goal is to make the Governor's house a very comfortable place to be. Could be the down pillows and warm comforters or maybe the restful quiet of a small village, but guests often tell us they've never slept so well. While there is lots to do in the area, you'll also find the inn's large, quiet rooms very inviting. The well-stocked library is a good place for a comfortable game of chess or for settling in with a bottle of wine. The elegant parlor is the perfect place for afternoon tea. The cozy reading nook on the second floor has a panoramic view of the mountains.

  • Charm and luxury abound inside this distinctive inn
  • Furnished with antiques, bedroom fireplaces, and a well-stocked library
  • We also have the latest gas lighting fixtures, a drinking fountain of Vermont marble, and made-to-order mirrored mantle pieces
  • For modern comfort we've added in-room high speed internet, cable TV, and VCR/DVD players
  • And to become an accessible romantic inn, we have added a fully handicapped accessible room with a private porch and garden
  • Many original details have survived the century and the house has been restored and decorated to preserve the gracious elegance of an earlier time
  • Enjoy a hearty three-course breakfast in the dining room with its mountain view, if you prefer, it's often possible to have it served in your room or outside on the portico
  • In summer, you'll be greeted with fresh lemonade and homemade cookies
  • In fall, it's likely to be cold cider with Vermont cheese and crackers
  • Winter guests are often warmed with mulled cider
  • You'll find the ingredients for a luxurious bath in the little gift and antique shop at the top of the stairs
  • In summer, play croquet or watch the children roll old-fashioned hoops on the lawn
  • Choose a movie from our collection of over 650 to watch in your room while you're munching popcorn or Ben & Jerry's ice cream
  • On snowy nights, stay in and join us for hearty soup and homemade bread and then linger for an evening of games

Payment Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover.

Rates: (Prices quoted in US Dollars).

$95-265/night/room

Rate includes breakfast.
Discount for stays of five days and longer.

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