One of the most out of the way Inns in Vermont maybe the Grafton Inn, it more than makes up for it in charm and its policies and connection with the Windham Foundation. It started in 1801 by John Enos and over the years grew into a place that Emerson, Ted Roosevelt, US Grant and Oliver Wendell Holmes visited. Windham is all about preserve a way of life passed by in Vermont and here it works great.
The village is picture perfect and though the rooms are all different they all are fitted with antiques. While certainly not grand the Inn is perfect for those looking for authentic and is quite comfortable. The dining is in a quaint space and is a member of the Vermont Fresh Network. A few days here and you may come out a new person.