Welcome

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:

  • Less than a mile from the slopes of Carinthia Terrain Park and Mount Snow
  • 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

Great Valentines Day Special For Couples At Gray Ghost Inn

Cloud Nine Nuptials 2016Gray Ghost Inn is offering a pre-Valentines Day room deal especially for couples:  stay with us Thursday and Friday nights, February 11 and 12, 2016, for a special rate of just $259 for the two nights.  Couples only on this one, or at least, double occupancy required.

For couples who are feeling especially romantic, Mount Snow is holding their annual ‘get married on the mountain’ event:  Cloud Nine Nuptials.  Meanwhile, guests of the Gray Ghost Inn will be pampered as always with comfy rooms, a full morning breakfast each day, and a warm and welcoming fireplace in the lounge.

Join us this year for Valentines Day fun — ski, snowboard, or get married!  It’s your choice.  We’ll be happy to host your visit no matter how you choose to spend the day.  Needless to say, all our rooms have Do Not Disturb signs…

Call us at 800-745-3615 or book your reservation online.


Gray Ghost Inn To Host Road Scholar Humanism Course

Explore HumanismThis 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 May 1 – 6, 2016 and June 12 – 17, 2016.  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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