The two buildings that comprise The Inn at Montpelier have a rich and varied history intimately related to the development of Vermont's Capitol city. Both buildings were originally constructed as residences during the town's early settlement. They became connected through ownership at an early date and, with the exception of the years 1924 to 1940, have remained under single ownership throughout their history. The opening of the Inn at Montpelier in 1988 has highlighted the historic connection between two of Montpelier's structures.
19 guestrooms all have private baths, cable TV, telephones with WIFI
and individual heat & AC controls. Our deluxe rooms have wood burning
fireplaces as well as three others in the Inn's common areas.
We serve an extensive Continental breakfast, which consist
of fresh fruit, homemade jams, lemon curd, granola and muesli, plus an assortment of baked goods prepared by Labrioche Bakery, which is part of NECI (The New
While at the Inn, enjoy walking to shops and restaurants,
live theater productions, museums and just relaxing in our many common areas