The Gray Ghost Inn is a family owned bed and breakfast hotel located within a mile of Mount Snow in West Dover, VT. Besides a fun, welcoming environment, we offer a full Vermont breakfast cooked to order.  The Gray Ghost Inn is the perfect location for families, reunions, or group gatherings. Our amenities include:

  • Close to four 18 hole golf courses
  • Within walking distance of 3 restaurants
  • Spacious game room with ping pong and air hockey
  • Relaxing lounge (BYOB – two refrigerators for cold food/beverage storage)
  • Free WiFi
  • Group Dinner Menu — see our Cruisin’ brochure

Find great lodging and vacation package deals on our Specials page or simply contact us for more information.

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Gray Ghost Inn News

Green Mountain Adventure Challenge Offers Accommodations At Gray Ghost Inn

GM Adventure ChallengeGray Ghost Inn is proud to be a participating Adventure Inn in this year’s Green Mountain Adventure Challenge. Your ticket to the Challenge includes two nights for two people at the participating inn of your choice. As always, Gray Ghost Inn will get your day off to a good start with a full cooked to order breakfast in our dining room. When your daytime adventures are done, you’ll be able to relax in comfort in one of our cozy guestrooms or with other guests in the lounge.

The Green Mountain Adventure Challenge is an epic real life action-adventure game that is part unsolved mystery and part outdoor adventure. It begins with a story that leads to a set of clues – maybe an old letter or a grainy map – which lead to more clues, the end of the story and possibly… cash. Lots of cash.

Solve the clues right the first time and you’ll spend no more than 2 days exploring ancient forests, climbing mountain summits, solving mysterious codes and enjoying spectacular Vermont scenery.

Learn more about the Green Mountain Adventure Challenge.


Gray Ghost Inn To Host Road Scholar Humanism Course

Humanism Group at Beaver Pond

This spring and summer, Gray Ghost Inn will be hosting two Road Scholar courses devoted to Humanism.  Entitled “Humanism — An Ethical World View,” participants will have an opportunity to discuss issues and ideas both historic and modern including the great questions of life and the answers humanism provides. Find out what humanism has to say when it comes to civil liberties, religious freedom, feminism, racism and more.

Tours are scheduled for  June 12 – 17 and Oct 16-21.  Cost per person is $749 double occupancy or $894 for a single room.  Price includes lodging, meals, instruction, and outings.

Visit the Road Scholar web site for complete course details.  Just enter in Humanism into the search box on their site.

Registration is limited — sign up today!

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