Located halfway between Bennington and Brattleboro on the Molly Stark Trail (Route 9), Wilmington is a short distance from some of the finest skiing - including Mount Snow, Stratton Mountain & Haystack -- in Vermont. This steady source of visitors has infused the area with a number of fine restaurants and inns, including the historic White House of Wilmington Inn and the Hermitage Inn. Other Wilmington attractions include the Molly Stark State Park and the Memorial Hall Center for the Arts.
Averill Stand - This B & B (once the local stagecoach stop) features a number of different rooms with variable rates, great Vermont breakfasts that are included and more. The Stand also has been returning to its roots as a working farm, and currently has a number of animals, including goats, chickens, rabbits and a llama.
The Hermitage Inn - Each of the 29 rooms is decorated with a superior collection of New England antiques; many have working fireplaces.
Horizon Inn - The Horizon Inn combines the ambiance of a country inn with the convenience of a motor lodge. Wilmington.
The Inn at Quail Run - The inn has 11 recently renovated guest rooms, all with private bath, cable TV with HBO and several with gas fireplaces.
Misty Mountain Lodge - Renovated again in 1994 after 35 years to include some private baths and deluxe rooms with sitting areas and a jetted whirlpool tub, Misty Mountain Lodge can accommodate 16 people and is a non-smoking establishment.
The Nutmeg Inn - Built in 1777, the Inn has retained many of its original architectural details including exposed beams, iron fixtures on the original doors, dormer ceilings and an original tin ceiling.
Shearer Hill Farm - Charming guest rooms, all with private baths. Each room is decorated in quaint colonial motif.
Trail's End - A Country Inn - The Inn has fifteen picture-perfect rooms, all with private baths, including four fireplace rooms and two fireplace suites with canopy beds and whirlpool tubs. Each room is done in a different color scheme and is furnished with family heirlooms and antiques.
The White House of Wilmington - Set on the crest of a high, rolling hill, and surrounded by towering hardwoods and formal flower gardens, it is readily obvious why the Boston Herald and New York Times selected the Inn as "one of the ten most romantic places in the world".
The Hermitage Inn - Our reputation for good food, well prepared and served with care, has been widely acclaimed. Game birds are featured every evening in the Chef's Specials, pheasant, goose, wild turkey, duck and partridges.
The White House of Wilmington - A meal in our restaurant is the perfect way to conclude a relaxing retreat to Vermont.