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The Inns at Equinox offer a traditional way to experience the charm of southern Vermont with access to all of the amenities of the Equinox Resort. The 1811 House, which is the former home of Abraham Lincoln's granddaughter, is an excellently maintained romantic country inn offering soaring mountain views and a glimpse into history. Retreat to one of 13 unique guestrooms, which delight guests with graceful details, such as canopied beds, private porches, authentic antiques, and prized artwork. The 1811 House is open seasonally, Memorial Day weekend through the end of October. The Inns thirty newly renovated townhouses have a fresh new look. Designed by sought-after interior designer Mitchell Gold for the Bob Williams Collection, this new decor includes new sofas, furnishings, light fixtures, reclaimed floor wood for side tables and area photos from local photographers. A 75-yard stroll from the resort brings you to The Dormy House, situated just off of the first tee box of our golf course. Two distinct suites offer comfortable sleeping and dining quarters with the feel of an upscale Vermont country home. A private patio is equipped with outdoor furniture for an impromptu barbecue.
We've stayed in the townhouses a few times. We were in unit 522 this time around. It is still waiting some renovations. The décor is obvious 1980's. We had one of the larger "king" rooms. Space is adequate. The smaller queen rooms are really quite...More
Spacious and charming! We loved staying in the Townhouses of the Equinox. Our townhouse had a fully equipped open concept kitchen, fireplace, full dining room table, and balcony with a view of the mountain! It was perfect for us. We would love to go back...More
We stayed here for three nights recently. First impressions were very favourable, however our room was not ready despite it being after 4 o'clock. We were finally given a room in the Townhouse, or the "shoebox" as I called it. A double bed with small...More
We recently stayed in one of the townhouses at the Inns at the Equinox. While the rest of the property is lovely with a fabulous pool, spa, outdoor fire pit, gracious lobby, the townhouses are anything but. I actually wondered if they were once garages....More
We spent two nights in the Townhouses at the Equinox for Columbus Day Weekend. The word that comes to mind Is dilapidated. The bathrooms were beyond old and the walls were all chipped. The hotel facilities are nice. My wife and sister had facials and...More