Woodstock Vermont Area Information
hatever the time of year, you will enjoy your visit to our village. Founded in 1768, Woodstock has been called “New England’s most beautiful village” and “the prettiest small town in America”. While strolling the tree lined streets of Woodstock, you will find timelessly elegant homes, fine restaurants, distinctive galleries and unique artisans. Minutes from the heart of the village you will find many fine examples of our rich heritage of agriculture, craftsmanship, stewardship and conservation. We will gladly recommend local accommodations where you will meet gracious and caring people who will take genuine interest in you and your needs.
You will find that our small village also offers a wide variety of year round recreational opportunities; hiking, biking, skiing, golfing and fishing, to name just a few.
We hope that your visit to Woodstock is as pleasurable as your dining experience at The Prince and The Pauper will be. We are proud to be part of the kind of Vermont hospitality that Woodstock offers to its visitors.
For a glimpse of the riches that Woodstock has to offer visit our friends and neighbors at:
The Woodstock Chamber of Commerce; www.woodstockvt.com
Benchmark Inns of Woodstock; www.benchmarkinns.com
Pentangle Council on the Arts; www.pentanglearts.org
Billings Farm & Museum; www.billingsfarm.org
F. H. Gillingham’s General Store; www.gillinghams.com
For a taste of superb Vermont hospitality visit our friends at:
The Canterbury House Bed and Breakfast; www.thecanterburyhouse.com
The Jackson House; www.jacksonhouse.com
The Village Inn of Woodstock; www.villageinnofwoodstock.com