Jackson House Inn - Woodstock Inn: Central Vermont Inn, VT

Jackson House InnWoodstock, VT
A Relaxing, Convenient Setting Among Central Vermont Inns

Set just outside the quintessential New England village of Woodstock, Vermont, The Jackson House Inn blends the elegance and charm of a country manor with the service of a boutique inn. Discover the perfect getaway for couples and groups who seek the distinctive luxury of relaxation.  Enjoy 3.5 acres of spacious, lush property including a freshwater pond, brook and secluded park-like gardens. Escape to our tranquil accommodations - from classic New England-style guest rooms to spacious one-room suites - all with new linens and bedding, private baths with natural locally-produced bath amenities. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the property provides a perfect setting for weddings or business meetings.  The location offers easy access to a variety of Vermont ski areas and New England day trips as well as convenient proximity to Shackleton Thomas Gallery, Simon Pearce Glass, Tuck School of Business, and Dartmouth College.  The Jackson House is within minutes of antique shops, art galleries, theaters, and museums and is close to outdoor activities for all seasons.  Whether you've come for a leisurely vacation, honeymoon, anniversary, or corporate retreat, experience the attentive hospitality, signature features, and services that distinguish The Jackson House at Woodstock.


  • Air Conditioning
  • Fireplaces
  • Gardens
  • Handicap Accessible
  • Historical Features
  • In-Room Jacuzzi Tub
  • In-Room TV
  • Meeting Facilities
  • Romantic
  • Wireless Internet Access


  • Antique Shopping
  • Biking
  • Canoeing/Kayaking
  • Cross Country Skiing
  • Cultural Activities
  • Fishing
  • Golf
  • Hay/Sleigh Rides
  • Hiking
  • Horseback Riding
  • Hot Air Ballooning
  • Ice Skating
  • Mountain Biking
  • Shopping
  • Skiing/Snowboarding
  • Snowmobiling
  • Snowshoeing
  • Tennis


At present, our dining room offers only breakfast service for guests of our inn.  We are pleased that they regularly enjoy the fine dinner cuisine at the following restaurants.

In the village of Woodstock -

The Prince & the Pauper                                   24 Elm Street
http://www.princeandpauper.com                        (802) 457-1818
Bon Appetit said, "While the ambiance is laid back, the cooking is not." Chef-Owner Chris Balcer's reputation for consistent, top quality and innovative cuisine has won praise from local and return travelers alike, for 25 yrs. The menu changes nightly, offering the season's finest ingredients.  Serving dinner 7 days a week, beginning at 6pm.
Pane E Salute                                                  61 Central Street
http://www.osteriapaneesalute.com                      (802) 457-4882
This boutique restaurant and wine bar specializes in authentic and regional Italian food. Caleb Barber and Deirdre Heekin are the proprietors of osteria pane e salute, which has received acclaim from such publications as Bon Appetit, The Boston Globe, Boston Common, Food and Wine, and Travel and Leisure.
Dinner only, Thursday – Monday (seasonal closings occur in November and mid-March/April)
Outside the village -  
Simon Pearce Restaurant                           1760 Quechee Main Street, Quechee, VT
http://www.simonpearce.com/category/restaurants/quechee.do            (802) 295-1470
Located in a historic mill overlooking the falls of the Ottauquechee River, the restaurant serves creative cuisine featuring local ingredients on original Simon Pearce tableware designs. An award-winning wine list completes the experience. Lunch 11:30am-2:45pm, Dinner 6-9pm, Sunday Brunch.
The Barnard Inn & Max’s Tavern                   5518 Route 12 North, Barnard, VT
http://barnardinn.com                                   (802) 234-9961
Voted "Central Vermont's Best New Restaurant" Accomplished Chef/Owners prepare lovely hand crafted cuisine. 300 item wine list and eclectic dinner menu, diners experience the height of fine dining in elegant dining rooms. Three-course price fixed menu available Thursday – Saturday.  Pub fare available in Max's tavern, hearty-value priced dishes and full bar. Tavern: Wednesday – Saturday
 (Wed/Thurs 5–8:30 pm
, Fri/Sat 5–9pm). Dining room: Friday & Saturday 6–8:30pm.

Keeper’s, a Country Cafe                           Rt. 106 & Bailey’s Mills Rd., Reading, VT
http://www.keeperscafe.com                       (802) 484-9090
In just 5 years, Keeper’s a Country Café has become the region’s favorite gathering place. Locals and tourists alike have made this friendly, quaint little café a part of their experience in Vermont. It’s simple and straightforward:  delicious, creative, comfort food crafted with great care.  Choose from signature salads, a freshly ground burger, or a three-course dinner. 
Serving dinner Tuesday – Saturday beginning at 5pm, occasionally on Sunday.


43 Senior Lane
Woodstock, VT  05091



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The Jackson House Inn at Woodstock is conveniently located on Vermont's newly-designated scenic byway - US Route 4, The Crossroads of Vermont.  Our location 15 minutes west of the intersection of Interstates 89 and 91 offers easy access to the many attractions and activities of central Vermont and the Upper Valley.

From the East:  Boston (146 mi, 2 hr 45 min) Manchester NH (92 mi, 1 hr 35 min)
Take I-93 North. Merge onto I-89 North (crossing into Vermont). Take Vermont Exit 1 (Woodstock).  See below.
From the North: Montreal (192 mi, 3 hr 30 min) Burlington (100 mi, 1 hr 40 min) 
Take I-89 South to Vermont Exit 1.  See below.
From Hanover NH/Dartmouth (22 mi, 30 min)
Take I-91 South to Exit 10N to I-89 North.   Take Vermont Exit 1 (Woodstock).  See below.
From Vermont Exit 1 off I-89 (Woodstock):  Turn left onto Route 4W, continue approx. 10 miles into and through the Village of Woodstock. The Inn is on the right 1.5 miles west of the Village Green. Prior to the Inn, you'll see the Woodstock High School on your left. The next right is Barberry Hill Road. Turn right, and then immediately turn left onto Senior Lane. You'll see the sign for the Inn in front of you, on the right.
From the West: Albany (130 mi, 2 hr 40 min) Rutland (30 mi, 40 min)
Take I-87N to Exit 24 to the Northway section of I-87 N to Exit 20 (north of Albany) onto Route 149E to Route 4N in NY. Take 4N to Whitehall, NY. Turn right onto 4E toward Fair Haven and Rutland, VT. (In Rutland you will be on Rte. 7N for a brief time.) Follow 4E through Rutland, Killington, and Bridgewater. We are on the left off of Rte. 4 (Senior Lane), before you enter the Village of Woodstock. Approximately 5 miles after Bridgewater, you will see the Pond Ridge Motel on your right. The next left is a double left; the hard left is Cox District Road. Take the soft left onto Senior Lane and you will see us. If you pass the Woodstock High School on Rte 4 on your right, you have gone too far.
From the South: New York City (270 mi, 5 hr) Hartford (150 mi, 2 hr 30 min)
Take I-95N to I-91N. Take Exit 9 in Vermont. Turn left off exit onto route 12N. Continue on route 12N until you reach the blinking yellow light at Rte 4. Turn left onto Route 4W. Travel through the Village Woodstock past the Village Green. Approximately 1.5 miles west of the Village Green, you'll see the Woodstock High School on your left. The next right is Barberry Hill Road. Turn right, and then immediately turn left onto Senior Lane. You'll see the sign for the Inn in front of you, on the right.


Number of Rooms: 11
Offering variety in decor, our 6 one-room suites and 5 classic queen bedrooms pamper guests with newly-refreshed down bedding and quality linens to ensure the ultimate in comfort and relaxation.  All have private baths with showers, some suites offer massage tubs.  Views from patios, balconies and large windows create the perfect complement of indoor comfort and outdoor Vermont beauty.