Take a step back in time at The Old Stagecoach Inn, an historic bed and breakfast built in 1826, and conveniently located in the heart of Waterbury Village. Formerly a tavern, stagecoach stop, and private residence, it is currently listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The Inn is walking distance from many local restaurants and shops. Enjoy a leisurely dinner or visit a local pub without having to get into your car. Some of the great restaurants and pubs which are right nearby include: The Prohibition Pig, The Reservoir Restaurant and Tap Room, Arvad's Grill, Blackback Pub, Blue Stone Pizza, Cork Wine Bar, Maxi's Restaurant and Zachary's Pizza. One of the areas most critically acclaimed restaurants - Hen of the wood, is just a 1/2 mile down Stowe St. There are many more dining and shopping choices in Waterbury and Waterbury Center - see: Discover Waterbury
If you're looking for more options, Stowe, Montpelier, the Mad River Valley and Burlington are just a short drive away.
At the Old Stagecoach Inn, you'll have the assurance of comfortable, individually decorated guest rooms, an extravagant complimentary full country breakfast, and the chance to unwind before the fire in our elegant parlor or in our cozy library bar. Only in Vermont can you get all of this in an unspoiled village setting where the tradition of old fashioned New England hospitality still prevails. For those who feel the need to remain connected to the modern world we have free wireless Internet access.
Nearby attractions include Stowe Mountain Resort, Sugarbush, Mad River Glen, Bolton Valley, Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream and Cold Hollow Cider Mill. Camel's Hump and Hunger Mountain are prime locations for hiking and viewing the fall foliage. The Waterbury Reservoir, Winooski and Lamoille Rivers are wonderful places to canoe, kayak, fish, camp, or swim. The town of Burlington on Lake Champlain, offers shopping, restaurants and any number of water activities. The State Capitol of Montpelier is also a short drive away. The convenient location at the intersection of Route 2 and Route 100 - just off exit 10 on I-89 is central to many Vermont attractions.