|The Inn at Ormsby Hill has some of the finest common space that you will find in an inn.
With only ten guest rooms and given the quantity and quality of common space, you will never
feel cramped for a space to call your own.
Our front living room, which is always quiet and peaceful, with a comfortable sofa and relaxing chairs, which allow for viewing the fireplace. The fireplace, with its connecting operational Dutch oven, and the hand-hewn beams are all believed to be circa 1764.
|The Conservatory never ceases to produce WOWs upon first viewing.|
It has a wonderful wood-beaded ceiling, with nothing but windows on two walls. The short wall, which is curved and faces east, is designed to make you feel as though you were on a river boat - but not just any river boat. This landlocked one has a fireplace with an ornately carved European mantel. It not only serves as our dining room but has a sitting area where you can watch the sun come up and the birds feed. It also affords access to a very large slate patio and a wonderfully large, authentic Colonial porch (complete with two porch swings), both offering wonderful views of the Green Mountains.
Hidden away on the second floor is a small room which is a quiet place, with a sofa and chair just to curl up and read a book.
|The back porch offers expansive views of the gardens, grounds and Green Mountains.|