Thursdays - Live Music - Food & Drink
Sunny Lowdown Trio
Blues music reminiscent of John Lee Hooker
Dylan Chambers and Zach Trombly Quintet
Jazz music with a bebop hard bop sound
Ben Carr and Josh Maiocco
Ukulele and Acoustic Guitar compositions
Solo show playing folk music on acoustic guitar
Our wine dinners feature domestic and international wineries and vineyards as the event hosts. Regional menus are carefully planned to complement the wines from the aperitif, hors d’oeuvres and main course all the way through to desserts.
We are delighted to announce the first of our 2016 dates for the Windham Hill Inn Wine Dinner Series:
Saturday, October 15, 2016
We are always looking forward to our annual Italian wine weekend, kicking off with a lunch and wine seminar in the afternoon. Take a walk on the property or enjoy a little nap before getting ready for the wine dinner in the evening.
Please ask us about a private cellar tasting, hosted by our wine director Daniel Pisarczyk, featuring many rare and hard to find wines from our extensive aging cellar.
Call 802.874.4080 (Toll Free 800 944 4080) or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
Picture yourself waking up in a cozy bed by a warm fireplace with your sweetheart, being served an abundant, three-course country breakfast with homemade scones, savory egg dishes such as our smoked salmon egg benedict or sweet favorites such as homemade brioche french toast or buttermilk waffles and even some champagne, if you wish! Then to continue your day, imagine pampering yourself in an elegant spa and taking a long snow shoe walk to explore the property in the most serene, breathtaking mountain setting! Finally, envision ending your evening with a sensational dinner in one of Vermont’s finest restaurants with monthly specials and a wide range of wines.
This is only the beginning of what the Windham Hill Inn has to offer you…
If you do not feel like straying too far…
For those of you who enjoy exploring…
We pride ourselves on providing the best concierge services in the area. Our concierge staff has years of experience in creating the perfect Vermont holiday. Our services include:
Small, private, intimate, quiet, personal… a genuine retreat… a special place to indulge, unwind, reflect and restore. Be sure to reserve your treatment prior to your arrival as appointments are in high demand. This will make your visit to Windham Hill more relaxing and even more memorable. Pamper yourself or a loved one by choosing one of our luxurious massages.
The Swedish Massage is offered for 60 minutes at $135 or 90 minutes at $185 and the Deep Tissue Massage is offered for 60 minutes at $165 or 90 minutes at $200.
Come discover the magic of southern Vermont’s Green Mountains.
Explore 160 acres of unspoiled nature right here at Windham Hill Inn or venture out to the Green Mountain National Forest or to one of the nearby gardens.
Historical attractions include Hildene, the home of Abraham Lincoln’s descendants, and, of course, the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park.
Museums in the area range from the Williams College Museum of Art to the American Museum of Fly Fishing and the Vermont Raptor Center, where you can see owls, hawks, falcons and eagles.
For in-depth information on local activities in the Manchester and Stratton area, we recommend visiting the Manchester and Mountains Chamber of Commerce website. A local area guide that we often share with our guests is the Stratton Magazine, a regional lifestyle magazine that has been celebrating Southern Vermont for 45 years.
If you need more information, recommendations or assistance with arranging tours and activities, please speak to our Concierge.
Please download our full list of nearby attractions.
From antiques and local crafts fairs to outlet shopping in Manchester and specialty foods, the best of Vermont shopping is just moments from The Windham Hill Inn.
Follow the trail of the Gems of the West River Valley by stopping in at our newly opened West Townshend Country store for local and organic foods, books and art. Then head down to Taft Hill Farm in Townshend and visit Robert DuGrenier in his world class glass blowing studio before sampling locally made Maple liqueur at Saxton River Distillery in Brattleboro.
In the Green Mountains, outdoor pursuits change naturally with the seasons. The perfect rolling hills for hiking and trekking transform into downhill or cross country skiing and snowshoeing paradises during winter. Winter also brings an opportunity for sleigh rides, snowmobiling and skating. If the conditions aren’t right for lake skating, we have the Olympic-sized Riley Rink all year round.
Let us introduce you to the right venue for your favorite pursuit – we can help you out with biking, canoeing, fishing, golf, horseback riding and much more. If you want to hit the road and explore the beautiful surroundings, we can even give you some suggested routes for day trips.
Meanwhile if you want to pamper yourself at a fully equipped fitness center and spa, let us introduce you to the Equinox Fitness Spa in Manchester Village.
One of the most popular pastimes of Vermont visitors is “day-tripping.” This activity involve shopping in the car and exploring the beautiful Vermont countryside. Half the fun is the unexpected discoveries you make after intentionally getting lost. Just take a random turn down a road that looks like it might go somewhere interesting!
We have a few suggested routes you can use as starting points for creating your own adventure. To learn more, please download our day trip map.
For other route and details of our favorite attractions along the way, why not spend some time with one of our Innkeepers?
If our 160 acres of trails, gardens, meadows and woodlands don’t fulfill your need for adventure and if it’s biking and fishing in summer or skating, skiing and snowshoeing in winter that you want to do, we have put together a selection of the area’s main activities.
For more information, speak to our Concierge or download our list of popular area activities.
We also have a printable set of directions and a trail map for the hikes starting and finishing at the Inn that range from the easy 0.2 miles white trail to the longer 1.8 mile green trail, which takes you along the Tannery Brook to the pool and waterfall North of the Inn. To learn more, please download our hiking map and directions.
Jamaica State Park
Townshend State Park
Lowell State park
Gale Meadows Pond
Scott Farm 707 Kipling Rd, Dummerston, VT 05301
Hay and Sleigh Rides
Taylor Farms 825 Vermont 11, Londonderry, VT
East of Equinox Farm 1696 Bamumville Road Manchester Center VT 05255
Freisians of Majesty – Carriage Rides 185 Maggie Ladd Rd, Townshend, VT 05353
Day Trip Drives
Chair lifts at Stratton Mountain & Mt. Snow
Keene Pumpkin Festival Guinness World Record on the most jack-o’-lanterns
Skiing & Snowboarding
XC Skiing and snowshoeing at Windham Hill – Back Country on property no grooming
43 VT Route 30, Bondville, VT 05340
39 Mount Snow Road West Dover, Vt 05356
Bromley Mountain – great for those who are learning to ski
Bromley Lodge Rd, Peru, VT 05152
Okemo Mountain Resort
77 Okemo Ridge Rd, Ludlow, VT 05149
Gallery Walk in Brattleboro every Friday all year round
Gallery North Star in Grafton Vermont Tasha Tudor Museum in West Brattleboro Vermont
Latchis Theatre 50 Main St, Brattleboro, VT 05301
American Museum of Fly Fishing 4070 Main St, Manchester, VT 05255
Bennington Museum 75 Main Street
Vermont Raptor Center, where you can see owls, hawks, falcons and eagles. 6565 E Woodstock Rd, Hartford, VT 05059
Hildene, the home of Abraham Lincoln’s descendants 1005 Hildene Rd, Manchester, VT 05254
Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park 54 Elm St, Woodstock, VT 05091