Comfortable, spacious room with one queen bed and two twin beds on the 2nd floor of a quiet, safe, friendly Inn.
This room shares a hallway bath, but is otherwise private.
Please note that the price listed is PER BED.
The Quilt Room is our biggest room and can fit four travelers comfortably. Full occupancy cost for 4 people is $70/night. This is a place to "get away from it all" - though the room shares a bath, the house and the property is a great place to catch up on sleep and truly relax.
Guests are free to use the living room, dining room, and fully-equipped kitchen.
Located in the center of Vermont in the quaint hamlet of Hancock. Travel to Vermont's best attractions and easily return in time for dinner.
Our small rural valley is surrounded by the Green Mountain National Forest. The White River is a 5-minute walk from the Inn.
In the winter, you have your choice of renowned ski resorts. We're near Sugarbush, Killington, and the Middlebury Snow Bowl. In the summer, you can swim in the local rivers, go wild blueberry picking, hiking in the Green Mountain Forest, drink some of the country's best microbrews and ciders, and of course, no visit to VT is complete without visiting Ben and Jerry's factory!
There's also fall foliage galore! This is a beautiful valley in a beautiful state.
There is no public transportation to the Inn. We wish there was!
Other Things to Note
Free wifi available throughout the Inn.
Some days we have eggs from the chickens and ducks to share.
We have cats in the house so no other pets are allowed. No smoking is allowed in the house either. You can bring your own food and beverages if you'd like to use the kitchen -- we just ask that you respect the space. We offer low rates because our guests are so great at not leaving a big mess for us to clean up.
Welcome from your innkeeper Kathleen. The Gathering Inn is a vital, interesting place, offering affordable private and family rooms, as well as longer-term room rentals. We provide comfortable beds in a quiet, safe and friendly environment.
Kathleen has been a registered nurse since 1975, loves animals, and has taken a permaculture course and Transition Town training. She is always delighted to meet new people and try new things.