Activities near Applebutter Inn Bed and Breakfast in Woodstock, Vermont
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Activities in and near Woodstock, Vermont
Afternoon Tea at Applebutter Inn Bed and BreakfastArea Attractions:
No matter the season, there are interesting things to do and beautiful places to explore in the Woodstock area. Of course, we'd completely understand if you chose to simply relax in one of our inviting guest living rooms or, weather permitting, enjoy our lovely garden and shady side porch.

Interesting Places
Restaurants
Shopping
Art Galleries
Summer/Fall Sports
Winter Sports
Day Trip: Hanover, NH
Day Trip: Weston, VT

Interesting Places
Simon Pearce
A store, glass-blowing demonstration, and restaurant rolled into one, Simon Pearce is the largest American maker of handcrafted glass and a unique destination. The store features glass blown onsite, hand-crafted pottery, home decor items, seasonal items, and high-end lighting. Don't miss the self-tour through the glass-blowing facility downstairs, and finish your visit with lunch or dinner in the gourmet restaurant overlooking the river.
1760 Quechee Main St., Quechee (6 minutes from the inn)
(802) 295-1470
www.simonpearce.com

Billings Farm
An operating dairy farm and a museum of Vermont's rural past, Billings Farm features interactive programs involving livestock and farm work such as churning cream into butter. Afternoon milking begins every day at 3:15. In summer, tour the heirloom garden; in winter, go on a sleigh ride. Special events and a daily schedule are on the website.
5302 River Road, Woodstock (7 minutes from the inn)
(802) 457-2355
www.billingsfarm.org

Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park
Tour the Queen Anne style mansion and gardens inherited by Laurance Rockefeller in 1954, hike in the park on 20 miles of trails and 10 miles of carriage roads, or participate in a guided forest tour.
54 Elm St, Woodstock (5 minutes from the inn)
(802) 457-3368
www.nps.gov/mabi/planyourvisit/mansion-and-gardens.htm

King Arthur Flour
A unique destination for bakers, the King Arthur store offers baking tools, ingredients, and make-your-own gift baskets. Soups, salads, and sandwiches are served 11-5 daily in the in-store cafe, and freshly made cakes, breads, and pastries are always available. Check the website for baking classes, from introductory demonstrations to intensive professional classes.
135 US Route 5 South, Norwich (25 minutes from the inn)
(802) 649-3361
www.kingarthurflour.com

Weston Country Store/Bryant House
This enormous store takes you back in time to the days of penny candy and home remedies. A fun or funny item is around every corner, alongside Vermont maple syrup, locally made dips and crackers, and award-winning cheeses from neighboring farmsteads. Next door, The Bryant House offers a farm-to-table menu for lunch/dinner/brunch, an antique soda fountain, an 1885 barroom, and a memorial bedroom furnished as it was more than 100 years ago.
657 Main St, Weston (1 hour from the inn)
(802) 824-3184
www.vermontcountrystore.com

Woodstock History Center
A museum, research library, and gift shop rolled into one, the history center has thousands of historic photographs, special programs throughout the year, and a large garden with a view of Woodstock Village's only covered bridge.
26 Elm St, Woodstock (10 minutes from the inn)
(802) 457-1822
http://woodstockhistorical.org

Sugarbush Cheese & Maple Farm
Sample maple syrup, visit the sugarhouse where it's made, visit the farm animals, visit the cheese work room, sample fourteen cheeses.
591 Sugarbush Farm Rd, Woodstock (10 minutes from the inn)
(802) 457-1757
www.sugarbushfarm.com

Plymouth Artisan Cheese
Open every day for visits and a tour of the cheese factory, the second oldest in the US. Cheese, maple syrup, cheese curds, and more are available at the store. Call ahead for their cheesemaking schedule.
106 Messer Hill Rd, Plymouth Notch (30 minutes from the inn)
(802) 672-3650
www.plymouthartisancheese.com

Vermont Institute of Natural Science (VINS) Nature Center
This large, nonprofit nature center features 17 state-of-the-art raptor enclosures, four exhibit spaces, and interpretive nature trails. The highly trained staff rehabilitates more than 400 injured and orphaned birds each year, as well as caring for the resident raptors, arthropods, and reptiles.
6565 Woodstock Rd (Rt 4), Quechee (10 minutes from the inn)
(802) 359-5000
www.vinsweb.org

Restaurants
Worthy Kitchen
Rt 4, Woodstock (2 minutes west on Rt 4)
Farm-fresh food with an emphasis on comfort foods like Plymouth cheddar mac & cheese and the farm diner burger, plus a daily vegetarian special.
Dinner only Mon-Fri; lunch and dinner Sat; brunch, lunch, and dinner Sunday.
(802) 457-7281
http://worthyvermont.com/worthy-kitchen/

Max's Tavern
5518 Route 12, Barnard
Hand cut fries, soups made from local ingredients, entrees like yankee pot roast, rack of lamb, seafood curry, and sweet potato tartlette. Signature cocktails, Vermont beer on tap. Lunch and dinner.
(802) 234-9961
http://barnardinn.com/menu

Osteria Pane e Salute
61 Central St, Woodstock
Italian farmhouse cooking featuring local ingredients. Seasonal menu changes weekly. Dinner only. Fixed price menu $46, entrees $23, pizza $10-$15.
(802) 457-4882
www.osteriapaneesalute.com

Simon Pearce
1760 Quechee Main St., Quechee
Creative New England-style cuisine such as salmon with sweet potato hash, dried cranberries, and Vermont chevre. Lunch entrees $14-$18, dinner entrees $22-$39.
(802) 295-1470
http://www.simonpearce.com/pages/our-restaurant

The Prince & The Pauper
24 Elm St, Woodstock
Global fare in an elegant yet relaxed atmosphere such as roasted duckling, grilled ahi tuna, or veal dijonnaise.
Dinner only. Fixed price menu $51,
entrees $19-$25
(802) 457-1818
www.princeandpauper.com


Melaza Caribbean Bistro
71 Central St, Woodstock
Fine dining with a tropical twist such as Jamaican jerk statler chicken breast and guava glazed roasted pork shank.
Dinner only. Entrees $19-$26
(802) 457-7110
www.melazabistrocom

Woodstock Farmers Market
979 Woodstock Rd, Woodstock
Year-round market with local dairy, fresh organic produce, fresh meats and seafood, prepared foods, store-made bakery items, and made-to-order sandwiches.
(802) 457-3658
http://www.woodstockfarmersmarket.com

Ruth's Table
61 Central St, Woodstock
Bistro food with a local twist such as cider marinated grilled pork chops and pan-seared salmon with sesame noodles. Lunch entrees $8, dinner entrees $16-$21. Lunch and dinner Thurs, Fri, and Sat; Sunday brunch 11:00-2:30
(802) 457-4844
http://eatatruths.com

Angkor Wat (Cambodian)
61 Pleasant St (Rt 4), Woodstock
Traditional Cambodian dishes such as beef luk lok, house specialties such as duck breast curry noodles and crispy Cambodian chicken.
Dinner only. Entrees $12-$15.
(802) 457-9029
http://www.angkorwatrestaurant.com

Bentleys
1 Elm St, Woodstock
A Woodstock fixture since 1976, Bentleys features burgers and creative sandwiches for lunch and a varied menu a dinner, including spaghetti carbonara, fish & chips, and grass-fed beef bourguignon. Lunch entrees $11-$15, dinner entrees $19-$30.
(802) 457-3232
http://bentleysrestaurant.com

Red Rooster
14 The Green, Woodstock
Farmland inspired northeastern cuisine such as farm house beef stew, old fashioned lobster roll, George's Bank scallops, and ancient grains with vegetables. Lunch entrees $12-$19, dinner entrees $24-$38.
(888) 338-2745
http://www.woodstockinn.com/resort/dining/red-rooster

Richardson's Tavern
14 The Green, Woodstock
Burgers, fish and chips, seafood stew, shared plates (fondue, mussels), chocolate decadence torte, trio of creme brulee.
Dinner only. Entrees $15-$27
(888) 338-2745
http://www.woodstockinn.com/resort/dining/richardson’s-tavern

Cloudland Farm
110 Cloudland Rd, North Pomfret
Farm-to-table dining with offerings like apple and fennel stuffed turkey breast with maple glazed carrots, crispy fingerling potatoes, and smoked apple puree.
Two to three courses, $31-$47.
Friday and Saturdays, by reservation only.
(802) 457-2599
http://www.cloudlandfarm.com

Lincoln Inn
2709 W. Woodstock Rd, Woodstock
Fine dining from Michelin-star trained chef Jevgenija Saromova featuring gourmet fusion. Menu changes daily.
Four-course fixed price menu, $55.
Dinner only, Thursday-Sunday.
(802) 457-7052
http://www.lincolninn.com/restaurant/

Shopping
Gillingham's General Store
Gifts, local products, specialty foods.
16 Elm St, Woodstock
(802) 457-2100
www.gillinghams.com

Collective, The Art of Craft
47 Central St, Woodstock
(802) 547-1298
Beautiful crafted objects for everyday use such as cups, bowls, clothing, jewelry, lamps, and wall-art pieces.
www.collective-theartofcraft.com

Farmhouse Pottery
High-quality, handcrafted stoneware and local products.
1837 West Woodstock Rd, Woodstock
www.farmhousepottery.com
(802) 774-8373

Vermont Flannel
Clothing, sleepwear, and blankets made from yarn-dyed, double-brushed flannel with a low shrinkage rate.
20 Central St, Woodstock
(802) 457-4111
www.vermontflannel.com

Elevation Clothing
Outdoor clothing featuring Ibex, Patagonia, Barbour, Dubarry, and more.
15 Central St, Woodstock
(802) 332-6380
www.elevationclothingvt.com

Sudie's
Women's clothing from Toad & Co, Joules, Lilla P, Krimson Klover, and Marmot
16 Central St, Woodstock
(802) 457-2525
www.sudieswoodstock.net

Anichini
Luxury home furnishings and textiles.
6931 Woodstock Rd, Quechee
(802) 698-8813
www.anichini.com

Art Galleries
The Woodstock Gallery
6 Elm St, Woodstock
(802) 457-2012
An eclectic collection of folk art and fine art with a strong emphasis on quality regional New England artists. Collection includes painting, photography, pottery, woodcarving, metalwork, and jewelry.
www.woodstockgalleryvt.com

Gallery on the Green
1 The Green
(802) 457-4656
A large fine-art collection of oil painting, watercolor painting, photography, and sculpture.
www.galleryonthegreen.com

Fox Gallery Fine Arts
5 The Green, Woodstock
(802) 457-1250
The oldest artist-owned gallery in Vermont, Fox features oil painting, oil pastel works, and bronze sculpture.
www.thefoxgallery.com

Artemis Global Art
23 Elm St, Woodstock
(802) 457-7199
Two floors of painting, abstract painting, sculpture, and jewelry, Artemis brings together artists rarely seen in the US in a comfortable space intended to help visitors relax and enjoy art at their own pace.
www.artemisglobalart.com

Caulfield Art Gallery
11 The Green, Woodstock
(802) 457-1472
Original oil paintings of New England by Robert Caulfield.
www.caulfieldartgallery.com

Collective, The Art of Craft
47 Central St, Woodstock
(802) 547-1298
Located in a historical stone building next to the Kedron River in the center of Woodstock, the Collective features beautiful crafted objects for everyday use such as cups, bowls, clothing, jewelry, lamps, and wall-art pieces.
www.collective-theartofcraft.com

Hood Museum of Art at Dartmouth College
Hanover NH
(603) 646-2808
The museum's 70,000 works span a broad spectrum of cultures and historic periods. Highlights include Native American, African, and Melanesian art; European and American prints, paintings, and sculpture; and a significant collection of Aboriginal Australian paintings from the past three decades.
http://hoodmuseum.dartmouth.edu

Summer/Fall Sports
Woodstock Inn Athletic Club
Hiking trails, mountain bike rentals
1489 South Rd, Woodstock
(802) 457-6656
www.woodstockinn.com/resort/recreation

Wilderness Trails
Biking, hiking, guided hikes, canoe and kayak trips, fly fishing, stand-up paddle boards, approx. 8 minutes from Applebutter
1119 Quechee Main St, Quechee
(802) 295-7620
http://wildernesstrailsvermont.com

Woodstock Sports
Bike rentals
30 Central St, Woodstock
(802) 457-1568
http://www.woodstocksportsvt.com

Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park
Hike in the park on 20 miles of trails and 10 miles of carriage roads, or participate in a guided forest tour.
54 Elm St, Woodstock
(802) 457-3368
http://www.nps.gov/mabi/planyourvisit/mansion-and-gardens.htm

Bartlett Forestry & Wildlife
Guided hikes and wildlife tours
260 Greengate Rd, Woodstock
(802) 291-0179
http://forestrywildlife.com

Quechee Gorge
Look down the gorge at the river flowing 165 feet below from viewing spots on Rt 4, or park at the visitor center and hike down the steep trail to the bottom of the gorge.
US 4, approx. 10 mins from Applebutter
(802) 295-2990
http://www.vtstateparks.com/htm/quechee.htm

Mount Tom and the Pogue Trail
A 5.1 mile loop featuring beautiful wildflowers. Rated moderate.
Approximately 10 mins from Applebutter
http://alltrails.com/trail/us/vermont/mount-tom-and-the-pogue-trail

Woodstock Carriage Roads
Information and a map on 15 miles of wide carriage roads and six miles of single-track trails at this website.
http://www.farnorthendurance.com/woodstock-carriage-roads/

Appalachian Trail
Here's your chance to hike the Appalachian Trail--well, part of it anyway. Guided hikes are available from Appalachian Trail Adventures.
200 Summit Path, Killington (approximately 35 minutes from Applebutter)
(888) 855-8655
http://www.appalachiantrailadventures.com

Winter Sports
Okemo Mountain
121 trails, approx. 45 minutes from Applebutter
77 Okemo Ridge Rd, Ludlow
(800) 78-OKEMO
(802) 228-5222 (snow phone)
Adult one-day lift ticket $86
www.okemo.com

Killington Mountain
155 trails, approx. 35 minutes from Applebutter
4763 Killington Rd, Killington
(802) 422-6201
(802) 422-3261 (snow phone)
Adult one-day lift ticket $96
www.killington.com

Suicide Six Ski Area
24 trails, approx. 15 minutes from Applebutter
247 Stage Rd, South Pomfret
(888) 338-2745
Adult one-day lift ticket $30
www.woodstockinn.com/ski-area

Woodstock Inn Nordic Center
Cross country and snowshoeing trails, approx. 10 minutes from Applebutter
Rt 106, Woodstock
(802) 457-6674
Daily trail fee: $20 adult, $15 child/senior; Rentals available
Choices include miles of groomed trails on an 18-hole golf course, a 3.6 km ungroomed trail up Mount Peg, a 30-minute walk to the top of Mount Tom, and 30 km of Nordic trials in the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park.
www.woodstockinn.com/resort/recreation

Wilderness Trails
Cross country and snowshoeing trails, ice fishing, tubing, and guided trips, approx. 8 minutes from Applebutter
1119 Quechee Main St, Quechee
(802) 295-7620
18 km of trails for cross-country and r snowshoeing overlooking Quechee Gorge and waterfalls around Quechee State Park.
Daily trail fee: $10 per day. Rental gear (cross country and snowshoe), private ski lessons, and ice skate rentals available. Snow tube rental $10 per hour.
http://wildernesstrailsvermont.com

Day Trip: Hanover, NH
Hanover is a lovely small town with a great shopping district. It's home to beautiful Dartmouth College, which features a terrific art museum. About 25 minutes from the inn.
www.hanoverchamber.org

Directions
Take Rt 4 East to 89 S to 91 N. Take exit 13 off 91. Follow Rt 10A, West Wheelock St, into downtown Hanover.

Shopping
Pompanoosuc Mills
Beautiful handcrafted furniture
3 Lebanon St., (603) 643-1530, www.pompy.com

Chew & Co Design
Unique home furnishings
1 South St, (603) 653-0123, www.chewcodesign.com

League of NH Craftsman
Pottery, jewelry, and home decor
13 Lebanon St, (603) 643-5050, www.hanoverleague.org

Art
Hood Art Museum, 4 E Wheelock St, (603) 464-1110 http://hoodmuseum.dartmouth.edu

Restaurants
Umpleby's Bakery & Cafe
A family owned bakery offering lunch and desserts made from high-quality ingredients
3 South St, (603) 643-3030, www.umplebys.com

Morano Gelato
Pure Italian gelato, not to be missed
57 Main St, (603) 643-4233, www.moranogelatohanover.com

Places of interest nearby
Jasper Murdock's Alehouse at the Norwich Inn
Upscale pub food in a relaxed atmosphere (5 minutes from downtown Hanover)
325 Main St, Norwich VT, (802) 649-1143, www.norwichinn.com

King Arthur Flour
The King Arthur store offers baking tools, ingredients, and make-your-own gift baskets. Soups, salads, and sandwiches are served 11-5 daily in the in-store café, and freshly made cakes, breads, and pastries are always available. (5 minutes from downtown Hanover)
135 US Route 5 South, Norwich VT, (802) 649-3361, www.kingarthurflour.com

Farm Way Vermont Gear
A large selection of outdoor gear and clothing (25 minutes from downtown Hanover)
286 Waits River Rd, Bradford VT, (800) 222-9316, www.vermontgear.com

Enfield Shaker Museum
Home to the Great Stone Dwelling, the largest Shaker dwelling house ever constructed, the museum features a large collection of Shaker furniture, tools, clothing, and photographs, plus herb and flower gardens and craft demonstrations (20 minutes from downtown Hanover)
447 NH Route 4A, Enfield, NH, (603) 632-4346, www.shakermuseum.org

Day Trip: Weston, VT
Weston is home to The Vermont Country Store, a step back in time to the days of penny candy and home remedies. A fun or funny item is around every corner of the enormous store, alongside Vermont maple syrup, locally made dips and crackers, and award-winning cheeses from neighboring farmsteads.

Weston is about an hour drive from the inn on a beautiful country road, and there are several options for lunch/dinner along the way, plus a cheesemaker that's open to the public.

Directions
Take Rt 4 W to Rt 100S. The Vermont Country Store is at 657 Main St.

Lunch/Dinner Options
The Bryant House
This unique restaurant next door to the store offers a farm-to-table menu, an antique soda fountain, an 1885 barroom, and a memorial bedroom furnished as it was more than 100 years ago.
657 Main St, Weston, (802) 824-3184, www.vermontcountrystore.com

The Pot Belly Pub
Eclectic pub fare
130 Main St, Ludlow, (802) 228-8989, www.thepotbelly.com

The Downtown Grocery (dinner only)
Fine dining featuring local ingredients
41 South Depot St., Ludlow (802) 228-7566, www.thedowntowngrocery.com

Cheese Tour
Plymouth Artisan Cheese (30 minutes from the inn)
106 Messer Hill Rd, Plymouth Notch, (802) 672-3650, www.plymouthartisancheese.com

 

Applebutter Inn - Bed and Breakfast
Applebutter Inn - Bed and Breakfast
Applebutter Inn - Bed and Breakfast

Applebutter Inn Bed and Breakfast, PO Box 395, Woodstock VT 05091
Telephone: (802) 457-4158
Email: applebuttervt@gmail.com


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