Gray Ghost Inn Welcomes Summer Visitors Starting May 28

The Gray Ghost Inn continues to safely host guests here in Southern Vermont.  Summer travel season begins May 28, 2021.  Vaccinated people are not required to wear a mask in Vermont.  However, it’s a good idea to bring a mask with you as some establishments such as shops and restaurants still require them. Things are looking up, travel-wise.  As the weather warms and summer travel season begins to beckon, you can’t do better than the Gray Ghost Inn for a safe, relaxing spot to base your Vermont adventures.

Enjoy Vermont Foliage Season at the Gray Ghost Inn

Let the Gray Ghost Inn be your home base this fall as foliage season gets rolling. Enjoy pristine vistas along with some of the best weather of the year. As the warm season draws to a close, this is the time to get in some last days of outdoor recreation. Consider yourself more of an epicurean? Join us for the Vermont Wine and Harvest Festival on October 2 and 3. And last but not least, skiiers will be happy to learn that Mount Snow opens on November 14, 2020. Read on for details.

Riders of Vermont’s Route 100 Stay At Gray Ghost Inn

Rider Magazine just released a great feature story entitled “Riding Vermont’s Route 100 From Massachusetts to Memphremagog, describing in detail a trip up Route 100 end to end, with lots of scenic photos to inspire you. Better still, their writer (and rider) stayed at the Gray Ghost Inn on his trip and said very nice things about us!

Last Chance for Winter Skiing and Snowboarding

As winter winds to a close, we still have great snow here in the Mt. Snow area. Book a weekend or midweek stay and get some last minute skiing and snowboarding in. And what better place to stay than the friendly confines of the Gray Ghost Inn, just a mile from the Mt. Snow and Carinthia ski resorts.Don’t miss your last chance for late season skiing. Book your Gray Ghost Inn accommodations today or give us a call at 800-745-3615 and we’ll help you with your reservation.

Kick Off Winter At The Gray Ghost Inn

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.


We are very sorry to have to announce that our beloved dog Loki who has been at the Inn with us many years, passed away on Saturday, May 5. He was 14 1/2 years old and a faithful companion always. We miss him very much.

Here are a couple recent photos of Loki

Still Good Skiing in Southern Vermont!

In case you were wondering, there’s still lots of snow and great skiing in Southern Vermont right now. To prove it, here’s a photo of your innkeeper Carina skiing just this week. Get your last ski weekend in before its over — call us today or reserve your room online.

New Snow in Southern Vermont

Here at the Gray Ghost Inn, we love snow, and we’re happy to report that over a foot of new snow just dropped here in the Mount Snow region. We hope you’ll take this opportunity to get in some late winter skiing in before the snow sport season ends. The Gray Ghost Inn has everything you need to make your stay comfortable and relaxing from cozy rooms to a welcoming lounge and game room. This could be your last chance to ski this season! Don’t let it pass you by.

Gray Ghost Inn To Serve Dinner February 17-24

Staying with us just got more convenient. For the week of February 17 through February 24, The Gray Ghost Inn will be serving dinner in the Inn’s dining room nightly. Choose from regional favorites such as clam chowder and lobster, or enjoy the best in comfort food from homemade meatloaf (Southern style) to rib eye steak with all the trimmings.

Dinner will be served 5-8pm. Call for a reservation at 802-464-2474.

Gray Ghost Inn To Host Two New Road Scholar Tours

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.