Tucker Hill Inn
Whether you’re visiting the Mad River Valley for skiing, romance, golf, fall foliage exploration, planning or attending a wedding or simply relaxing, Tucker Hill’s quiet 14-acre woodland location is the perfect place for enjoying your Vermont stay in true Vermont style. Moments from Sugarbush and Mad River Glen, and just a mile from the delightful towns of Waitsfield and Warren. The 3 diamond rated Tucker Hill Inn is also within easy reach of Montpelier, Norwich University, and Vermont’s most popular tourist attraction, Ben & Jerry’s.
Offering 15 deluxe and suite rooms including various multi-person/family suites, each individual room/suite is tastefully appointed with antique and contemporary furnishings and has been thoughtfully designed for total guest comfort. All rooms incorporate Wi-Fi, TV’s with Cable, A/C and private en-suite bathrooms. Some, like the Innkeepers Suite (quoted to be the most romantic room in Vermont) include fireplaces and Jacuzzis while others like the Vail Room just delight in bringing the outdoors in with private balconies that overlook the Inn’s extensive perennial stone-walled gardens.
As well as extensive patios and a secluded outdoor pool, guests at Tucker Hill enjoy spacious common rooms complete with all the nooks, beams and fireplaces that give the Inn its truly unique character. The Guest Lounge includes a large book library and the Games Room is always a popular venue for foosball challenges. In addition the 60 seat Dining Room provides ample room for everyone to enjoy Tucker Hill’s extensive multi-course breakfast and watch the hummingbirds that are prolific during the summer months!
What Guests Say About Tucker Hill:
“Beautiful and so comfortable, we didn’t want to leave”
“A really special place. We’ll be back very soon”
“Our wedding was perfect and our guests enjoyed every minute of their time at Tucker Hill. Thank you”
Proud to be a member of:
The Green Hotels Association, an environmental partnership with the State of Vermont. Tucker Hill was recognized in 2007 at the Governor Awards for showing an outstanding commitment to the environment.