We are so pleased to invite you and your fellow guild members, friends, and family to the Gray Ghost Inn’s first biannual Quilters’ Retreat, now to be held October 14-17, 2021. Less than three hours from Boston and just over four from New York City and Montreal, our friendly, family-run inn offers our famously welcoming […]
Foliage season is still underway here in Southern Vermont, and what better way to celebrate than with the weird but fun Gilfeather Turnip Festival in nearby Wardsboro, VT. The festival honors the unusually large and lumpy looking Gilfeather Turnip, a local delicacy that’s surprisingly delicious. Even if you don’t like turnips (and you might like these) you’re bound to enjoy the local color and homespun charm of this agricultural tradition, now in it’s 16th year! Stay at the Gray Ghost Inn, your hub for autumn leaf peeping, early Christmas shopping, and yes, Gilfeather Turnip tasting (although you’ll have to go to the festival to get your fill).
Summer is a great time to visit southern Vermont — the air is warm, the hills are green, and the atmosphere is conducive to serious relaxing. Here at the Gray Ghost Inn, we’re ready and waiting to make sure you have a wonderful stay. Ride bucolic Vermont back roads, browse antiques shops and open air markets, and enjoy some of the best food in New England at the many great restaurants in the area.
There’s plenty to do here in July but one of the area’s annual highlights is the Blueberry Bash from July 27 through August 5. Come and sample fabulous blueberry pies and other goodies, or enjoy beer and barbecue (blueberry-themed) at Mount Snow.
Visit Vermont as the magical summer season kicks off this Memorial Day weekend, May 25-27, 2018. Stay a little longer (or book the next weekend, June 1-3) and take in one of southern Vermont’s biggest summer festivals, the Strolling of the Heifers in Brattleboro, VT. Either way, let the Gray Ghost Inn be your host, with comfortable relaxing rooms, a friendly lounge, and a fresh, cooked-to-order breakfast every morning.
Join us for Mothers for Daughters Weekend May 17-20, 2018, a worthy annual fundraiser to raise money for breast and ovarian cancer research. “We are doing it as a tribute to Sharon,” writes your innkeeper, Carina. Mothers for Daughters is sponsored by DoverMoto. If you’re traveling for the event, we hope you’ll book your stay at Gray Ghost Inn. Carina will be participating this year, as she does every year. Please join us!
Fans of music and snow sports are going to love the three-day Minus Zero Festival at Mount Snow, coming up April 6-8, 2018. Minus Zero offers skiing and snowboarding during the day, with amazing concerts all three nights featuring over 60 musical acts from Ant Vendetta to XL. Get your festival passes and then book your room at the Gray Ghost Inn online or by phone at 800-745-3615.
Beer lovers, rejoice. The 10th Annual Winter Brewers Festival at Mount Snow is coming up soon on the weekend of March 30-April 1, 2018. This annual bacchanalia of the brewer’s art draws folks from near and far to sample microbrews from some of the country’s best beer artisans. Kick off the weekend Friday night with the Vermont Craft Brew And Chili Contest in nearby Wilmington, VT. The following day, the Brewers Festival opens with 20 craft brewers, live music, food, and fun.
Are you a motorcyclist participating in MotoVermont’s 2018 Vermont 400 Dual Sport Tour? If so, consider choosing the Gray Ghost Inn as your lodging for this year’s event. The Gray Ghost Inn is the first and best motorcycle friendly hotel in southern Vermont, and we know how to make you comfortable between days on the rugged trail.
This fall, Gray Ghost Inn will be hosting a new Road Scholar tour especially for wildlife aficionados: From Railroads to Wildlife: Learning Hikes in Southern Vermont. Explore the picturesque woodlands of Vermont on expert-led walks, learn about fascinating local wildlife of the area. From your home base at the Gray Ghost Inn, you’ll be guided to lakeside woods, verdant […]