Inn at Ormsby Hill

Historic Bed and Breakfast Located on Scenic Route 7A

One, of a select few, four-diamond lodging properties in Vermont, Ormsby Hill offers ten unique guest rooms and suites. Each is warmly decorated, with a fireplace to keep you cozy, a two-person whirlpool to help you relax, and a luxurious, plush bed to deliver the most restorative sleep ever. Mornings begin with fresh coffee, local fruit, and homemade bread, followed by an amazing main course that will start your day in the best way possible. Spoil yourselves with an indulgent escape to this gorgeous, historic inn.

 

Cookbook Dinner Series and Wine Pairing – 2020
Enjoy the INN at Ormsby Hill this winter – It’s only on special occasions when we serve dinner at the Inn.

Chef Amy Blaise Chamberlain, the former owner and chef of the Perfect Wife Restaurant, will prepare a four-course dinner served in the beautiful Conservatory at The INN at Ormsby Hill for the second season of our Cookbook and Wine Pairing Dinner Series

Amy has selected five popular cookbooks each associated with different regional cuisines:

  • March 19th – Fuchsia Dunlop – The Food of Sichuan
  • April 23rd – Theo A. Michaels – Orexi! Feasting at the Modern Greek Table
  • May 21st – Kumar and Suba Mahadevan – From India

Event does not require an overnight stay and can be booked separately – Please call the inn at 802.362.1163 to make dinner reservations.
$95.00 per person includes taxes and gratuities – payment is required at time of reservation. Please arrive by 6:30pm.

Special Cookbook Dinner Offer – Stay any three consecutive nights that coincide with the above dates and the dinner is on us. This special offer can be booked online – please first select the room and dates to complete the reservation.

 

 

Art Workshop

June 7th through June 11th
Stay 4 nights at the Inn at Ormsby Hill and 3 full days of art.
This creative art workshop, given by professional artist, Clare Godleski, will encourage your personal art development. All experience levels are welcome. 3 full days of immersion into painting with mixed media and watercolor will yield new skills and meaningful paintings. Each student will create their own unique art under the tutelage of Clare, who has 25+ years of teaching experience. She is highly skilled in both watercolor and mixed media. Her teaching style is positive, relaxed and friendly. Areas of study will include color theory, composition and design, education in new materials, and much more. A materials list will be provided when you sign up for the workshop. Many materials will be provided for your use and exploration. You may visit Clare’s website at www.claregodleskiart.com to view her work and learn more about this talented artist.

Included:

  • 3 Full days of Art Immersion, 10am – 4pm
  • 4 delicious Breakfasts
  • 3 gourmet Lunches
  • Snacks and Beverages each afternoon
  • 3 course Gourmet Dinner on Wednesday Eve with Art Display to follow
  • Sunday Evening reception at he Inn. Meet – and – Greet the artist, Clare Godleski, with a wine and cheese party
  • 4 nights accommodations at the upscale Inn at Ormsby Hill Bed and Breakfast

Rates: Single occupancy – One art student in a room : $1160 per person-$1360 per person, plus room tax
Double occupancy – Two art students in a room : $860 per person-$960 per person, plus room tax
Double occupancy – One art student and one guest in same room : $1210-$1410 total for 2 people in room, plus room tax
Guests should plan to arrive on Sunday, June 7, 2020 – check in after 3pm, check out on Thursday, June 11, 2020 by 11 am
(Extended stays can be arranged with the Inn. Optional discounted visit to Hildene is available on June 12, 2020)

Reservations/Info : 802-362-1163 or www.ormsbyhill.com
Art related Questions : Contact Clare at : paintwithclare@gmail.com

 

 

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"Great inn with wonderful inn keepers who make you feel so welcome. The rooms are very comfortable with a fire and lovely touches. Large bathroom with a whirl pool bath. Comfortable communal areas and lovely grounds, and we loved relaxing and watching the birds at the feeders. Breakfasts are the best - especially the Japanese milk bread! Inn keepers provided great tips for drives off the beaten track so we could take in views and the fall colours."

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