Join us at the Gray Ghost Inn for a safe and relaxing stay in beautiful Southern Vermont. Due to Covid-19, we have adopted all necessary precautions for the benefit of our guests and staff. Read on for the most current list of policies as they will affect your stay.
But first, some better news: all ski areas are open! Mount Snow has safety guidelines that will make your ski vacation safe and enjoyable. Carinthia Park is likewise open with safety policies for your protection. Local trails for cross country skiing and snowshoeing are also available. And of course, less sports-minded folks can still enjoy shopping and dining in nearby Dover and Wilmington.
Gray Ghost Inn is participating with local organization Wilmington Works for this fun deal: Buy a 2-night, weekend stay (or a gift certificate of a value that would cover an average weekend stay) and you’ll receive $100 worth of gift certificates to local restaurants, retail shops, and activities that you can use when you come!
Gray Ghost Inn is open with some restrictions. Book your travel now for some of the nicest weather of the summer. Enjoy Vermont’s blue skies and cool breezes. Take in some fresh scenery. We’re looking forward to seeing you soon at the Gray Ghost Inn. Make your reservation today.
As always, your comfort and safety are important to us. Read more for important travel information.
Look no further than the Gray Ghost Inn for comfortable lodging close to Mount Snow Ski Resort. Here in Southern Vermont, a lot of people noted this week as the start of winter weather. The Gray Ghost Inn saw its first measurable snow Tuesday, and they’re making snow at Mount Snow. And you know what that means — ski and snow board season is just about here.
Stay with us Thanksgiving Weekend and you can participate in the first of Mount Snow’s early winter festivities — Winter Wonderland is November 24, with a torchlight parade, fireworks, and even a visit from Santa.
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).
Looking for adventure? Join us at the Gray Ghost Inn this summer while you take part in the Green Mountain Adventure Challenge –an epic real life action-adventure game that presents you with a reality-based secret world hidden in plain sight that can only be revealed by solving a series of riddles and clues hidden in the Vermont forests, mountains, rivers, and sometimes with locals themselves. The 2017 Adventure Challenge season opens Fri, May 26th, 2017 and stays open until Monday, September 4th, 2017.
Greetings, scooter enthusiasts! Gray Ghost Inn is pleased to announce the “Chicken Strip Killer” Classic — a weekend-long rally for all makes, models, and mods of scooter. Our location in Dover, Vermont is perfect for adventurous scooter touring with its rolling hills and curving byways. The event organizers have packed the schedule with a big […]
Two new Road Scholar tours have been added to our roster for 2017 here at the Gray Ghost Inn. For nature and history enthusiasts, there’s From Railroads to Wildlife: Learning Walks in Southern Vermont. This year’s history focus is railroad history. And for those who prefer challenging indoor recreation, we’re continuing our popular bridge tour with Learn by Playing: Bridge Lessons in the Green Mountains.
Tours are offered monthly through the fall. Reserve your place now for best selection of itinerary and rooms.
Great news — Mud Season is past and it’s now officially Spring in Vermont from south to north. Visit us now in Southern Vermont, where the trees are flowering, the bulbs are in bloom, and our state color — green — is returning to the landscape. Better still, the weather is warming up again and we’re seeing temps as high as the 70s.
Have we talked you into it yet? If you haven’t spent time in Vermont in the springtime, you owe yourself the treat. Nothing could be more lovely, whether your passion is hiking (in our verdant woods), riding (on our picturesque country roads), or just taking a lazy drive to a nearby town or watering hole.