McFadden Wedding, 2011
I had my wedding here on December 3rd and it was amazing. The entire Inn was decked out for Christmas including the room we were married in, the guest rooms were beautiful, the food was wonderful-especially the breakfast buffet in the morning which I loved more than my husband for about 25 minutes... If you are planning a Christmas wedding than this is the place, it was gorgeous.
Tourville Wedding, 2012
… I wanted to thank you, from the bottom of my heart for all of the work you did with Stephanie to help her plan her ideal wedding!... Awesome job.....I will wholeheartedly recommend YOU for anyone's wedding at the Middlebury Inn! I could not be more grateful!”
~ Mother of the Bride
"Charming Historic Inn”
Reviewed March 2013
This is a great place to stay when looking at Middlebury College or just on a visit to Vermont. I was thrilled to come back here, especially with a Groupon. The inn upgraded our room; the bathroom was huge! The innkeeper could not have been more helpful even when I realized I had forgotten to print the Groupon. We were so tired when we arrived after leaving Boston mid- afternoon, so we had dinner in the inn. It was delicious! We devoured the baked brie and enjoyed our entrees, mushroom raviolis and salmon. Cannot wait to return!
“Relaxing and Delicious”
Reviewed February 2013
We spent one wonderful evening at the Inn with dinner in the Morgan's Tavern. Menu was full of fresh, well prepared and presented offerings. Service was very friendly and the staff was alert but not hovering. We received a room upgrade upon check in and the room was very comfortable and clean. The Inn is 186 years old but the amenities are very up to date. We also enjoyed the afternoon tea in the lobby which was a nice way to relax after a long drive through the mountains. I tried the Breadloaf French Toast with fresh maple syrup for breakfast while looking out at the snow swirling around the common. This is a relaxing place to stay if you are in the area.
"Downton Abbey in Vermont”
Reviewed January 2013
No, it's not Downton Abbey in Middlebury. It's better. You'll have all the charm, comfort, and location of a piece of American history and won't have to hire the staff or keep the damp away from the brick.