cow logo Vermont logo advertising vermont

Home | Find VT Events | Shop Vermont | PhotoBlog | Search | Real Estate | Advertise With Us


What To Do In Vermont

-Antiquing
-Biking
-Camping
-Fishing
-Golfing
-Hiking & Backpacking
-Hot Air Ballooning
-Kayaking & Canoeing


Where To Go in Vermont

-The Arts
-Wineries & Breweries
-Farms
-Historic Sites
-Museums
-Nature
-Other Points of Interest


Sleep & Eat in Vermont
-Lodging
-Restaurants
-Maple Recipes

Vermont Winter Fun

Alpine Skiing
Nordic Skiing
Sleigh Rides
Snowmobiling
Snowshoeing
Winter Carnivals


Other Vermont Resources
-Businesses
-Education
-Events
-Local Government
-Media
-Statewide Resources
-Trivia Challenge
-VT Almanac
-VT Auctions on eBay
-VT Foliage Guide
-VT History

Grafton, Vermont

map

-Year incorporated or chartered: 1754

-Unincorporated villages and settlements: Houghtonville

 

Lodging:

Grafton Homestead - A unique vacation spot, the Grafton Homestead offers a private spacious suite of rooms upstairs in an historic 1800s Grafton Vermont home. Full kitchen, private entrance and bath.

Inn at Woodchuck Hill Farm - Located on a hilltop just under two miles from the village at the end of a country road. A colonial farmhouse - fully restored - one of the oldest dwellings in Grafton - circa 1790 - furnished in antiques with accommodations for 28 guests.

The Old Tavern - The Old Tavern has 11 rooms in the main building, and an additional 19 in Windham and Homestead cottages. There are six guest houses as well, sleeping from six to sixteen people each (most guest houses feature full kitchens).

 

Restaurants:

The Old Tavern - Popularity of the restaurant is growing. Recent articles in the New York Times have added to that popularity. Our Execuetive Chef Tom Bivins has also received many kudos as well.

 

See also:


Find a Vermont Town or select a region from the following:

-Southern Vermont
-South-Central Vermont
-North-Central Vermont
-S. Champlain Valley
-N. Champlain Valley
-Grand Isle County
-Northeast Kingdom

 

 

 

 

 

 

All materials on this site © VirtualVermonter.com.