Getting Here

By Air

From Burlington International Airport: Exit the airport to the left and cross Williston Road onto Kennedy Drive. Go through several traffic lights until you reach Dorset Street (with a school on your right). Cross Dorset Street heading west on I-89 until you come to a "T" in the road. Take a left onto historic and scenic Rt. 7 South and follow it about 35 miles to Middlebury. We are on your left as you approach the town of Middlebury.

From Rutland State Airport: Head toward Rabtoy Lane and bear left on Route 103 [VT-103]. Turn right on historic and scenic Route 7 North and continue, bearing left on Court Street/US 7. Follow Court Street until you arrive at the hotel on the right.

From Albany Airport: Take 87 North (The Northway) to Exit 20 (Fort Ann). Turn left off the exit onto Route 9 and proceed north for approximately ¾ mile. Turn right onto Route 149 East into Fort Ann. Turn left onto Route 4 East to Whitehall, NY. Continue on Rte. 4 East into Vermont. Take Exit 2 (22A) Vergennes and Fair Haven. Follow 22A North into Shoreham. Turn right on 74 East and go 8 miles. Turn left onto Route 30 North into Middlebury. You will see The Middlebury Inn, a large brick federal-style building located on Route 7.

By Rail

Amtrak train service is easily accessible within 40-50 minutes of Middlebury. The Aderondack stops in Port Henry NY on the other side of Lake Champlain. The Vermonter and the Ethan Allen stop in Rutland VT, south of Middlebury on Rt. 7. Please visit www.amtrak.com for further information.

By Bus

Local Bus service is provided by Addison County Transit Resources (ACTR). A regular schedule between Rutland and Burlington and within the local area may be accessed at www.ACTR-VT.org

For additional directions, contact Middlebury Inn at 800-842-4666.