Frequently Asked Questions

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Thinking of staying with the Middlebury Inn and wonder what there is to do or how close you are to new adventures? Check out what others have asked below. If your questions are not fully answered please feel free to call or e-mail any time day or night. This will help us keep our information fresh and reliable.

What is the difference in room types?
Our inn is comprised of four buildings with varying room options including the main inn, our luxurious Porter Mansion, and our two Courtyard Annex buildings with pet friendly availability. We offer many different bedding, view, and spacial options here at the Inn. Rooms range from a standard double, queen, or king to the luxury suites with varying bed sizes.

Do you have banquet facilities?
We offer three banquet and meeting rooms here at the inn. The Stewart Library offers an intimate setting for small meetings or special gatherings up to 20 people. The Willard Room presents itself with warm wood paneling and plenty of natural light. This room lends itself to 45 guests arranged up to four different ways. Our last room, the Founder's Room, offers underlying opulent style that can be dressed up or toned down for any function. With a working fireplace and natural light, this room can occupy up to 110 individuals for seated functions. For any of the banquet facilities that we offer, we will accommodate any set-up designs to make your function unique and practical to you.

How close are you to the college?
The Middlebury College is a five minute walk from our Inn. We work closely with the college to make sure your stay is the best it can be year-round.

Can you walk to downtown shops?
The town of Middlebury is known for its unique, Vermont made, local products. We offer many insightful brochures of the shops and restaurants within a mile of the inn. We also receive information regarding what is going on in the Middlebury area daily and would be glad to hand out or email events going on during your stay.

Is there public transportation?
The public transportation associated with Middlebury is the ACTR bus. Located conveniently across from the inn, is the bus stop. The ACTR bus has regular routes around the area and special routes to winter activities near by such as cross-country and downhill skiing.