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Woodstock Inn & Resort

Hotel Contact:
14 The Green
Woodstock, Vermont 5091
United States
Main: 802-457-1100
Email: Email Hotel Mr. Courtney Lowe
Director of Sales & Marketing: Mr. Courtney Lowe
Website: www.woodstockinn.com
Elite Rating
Planner Rating: 4.9
Chain Independent
Opened 1969
Renovated 2012
Guest Rooms 142
Kings/Suites/Doubles 95 / 10 / 47
Room Rates High $299 - 499 Low $199 - 299
High Season High Season Low Season Low Season Shoulder Season Shoulder Season
JanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDec
Ideal Group Size 100
Max Group Size 250

Fees/Taxes

Resort Fee $30
Room Tax 10%
Sales Tax 10%

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Meeting Space

Largest Meeting Room 2,900ft²
Indoor Meeting Space 10,000ft²
Indoor/Outdoor Meeting Space 18,500ft²

Airport Proximity

Boston Logan
140 min 110 miles (209 km)
Burlington International Airport
90 min 90 miles (145 km)
Lebanon Municipal Airport
20 min 17 miles (27 km)
Manchester Airport
90 min 90 miles (154 km)

Business:

Business center
presentation equipment
property-wide Wi-Fi.

Recreation:

18-hole golf course
two pools
spa
fitness center
12 tennis courts
racquetball court
two croquet courts
game room
kayaking
fly-fishing
falconry
downhill and Nordic skiing
snowshoeing
horseshoes
volleyball
hiking
biking
Kelly Way Gardens
and four food and beverage outlets.

Nearby:

Billings Farm & Museum
Dartmouth College
Woodstock History Center
Marsh- Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park
VINS Nature Center
and Killington Ski Resort.
Onsite Dining: Capacity
Out of Bounds Restaurant
200
Soup, Sandwiches & Salad
Richardsons Tavern
50
Cocktails & Pub Fare
Room Service
0
Light Fare
The Fairway Grille
50
Outdoor Dining
The Red Rooster
75
American Steak & Seafood And Breakfast

F&B Averages:

Breakfast Buffet $24.00 Cont. $19.00
Lunch Buffet $25.00 Plated $28.00
Dinner Buffet $45.00 Plated $50.00
Coffee Break $10.00
2-Hour Open Bar $25.00- 36.00
Elite Overview Planner Ratings & Reviews
Elite Rating Average Planner Rating
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4.9
1 review
Arrival Experience:
5.0
Accommodations:
5.0
Food & Beverage:
4.0
Guest Service Experience:
5.0
Conference Services Staff:
5.0
Meeting and Function Facilities:
5.0
Activity or Recreation Options:
5.0
Planner-to-Planner Recommendation:
5.0
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Capacity Charts
Room Name Total Square Meters Room Size(meters) Ceiling Height (meters) Total Square Feet Room Size (feet) Ceiling Height (feet) Classroom Theater Banquet 10 Reception Conference U-Shape H-Square 10 x 10s
Billings Farm Activity Barn N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 60 100 N/A N/A N/A N/A
Billings Farm Lawn N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 200 275 N/A N/A N/A N/A
Front Lawn N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 0 250 N/A N/A N/A N/A
Garden Parlor 56 N/A N/A 500 N/A N/A 27 36 24 20 24 15 24 N/A
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Property News
Woodstock Inn & Resort - Fact Sheet
Posted June 24, 2014
Fact Sheet
Resort Address: Fourteen The Green, Woodstock, VT 05091-1298

Contact
Information:Main Number: (802) 457-1100 / Group Sales: (802) 457-6632
Toll Free Reservations: (800) 448-7900
Fax: (802) 457-6699

www.woodstockinn.com or group sales: Sales@woodstockinn.com

Description: The Woodstock Inn & Resort, a Preferred Hotel, is a charming, luxury four-season resort hotel set against a backdrop of breathtaking scenery ideal for enjoying New England's finest cultural and sporting activities. Resort facilities include the Suicide Six downhill ski area, The Resort’s Nordic Center, Golf Club, and a 41,000 square foot Racquet & Fitness Club. In September 2010, the Resort opened The Spa at Woodstock Inn & Resort, featuring locally inspired treatments and products in a brand-new facility.

Location: Woodstock is located in the Green Mountains near the center of Vermont.
The Woodstock Inn & Resort faces the heart of town - the Village Green - with shops, restaurants, and area attractions just a short walk from the lobby.

The Resort is conveniently located with nearby access to I-89 (heading north to Burlington, south to New Hampshire and Boston) and I-91 (heading south to Hartford). The Resort is a 2 ½ -hour drive from Boston, 2 ½ -hour drive from Hartford, 2 ½ hours from Albany, NY and 4 ½ hour trip from New York City metro area.

Ski Areas: We ski on property - Free mid-week. Woodstock is 25 minutes from Killington, 40 minutes from Okemo, 40 minutes from Ascutney and one hour from Sugarbush.

Ownership: A Rockefeller legacy, The Woodstock Inn & Resort is owned by the Woodstock Foundation.

President and
General Manager: Gary S. Thulander

Head Chef: Nathan Lingle

Spa at Woodstock
Health and Fitness
Center, Country
Club and Ski Area Manager: Chuck Vanderstreet

Affiliations: Preferred Hotels & Resorts, the ultimate luxury collection featuring more than 185 exceptional hotels and resorts in the most desirable locations around the world.

Accommodations: 142 guest rooms were recently renovated in 2008/09. All rooms are outfitted in classic Vermont style with modern touches, from the colorful hand-dyed wool blankets to the Vermont original artwork. Plush bathrobes and Vermont made bath amenities are found in each marble bathroom. The Tavern Wing features 12 guest rooms with wood burning fireplaces.

Room Rates: King, Queen and double-bedded rooms range from $179 to $420 per night; Suites range from $250 to $880 (Vermont state room taxes are 9% per room, per night)

Spa: The Spa at The Woodstock Inn & Resort restores mind, body, and soul with nourishing treatments and seasonal offerings in concert with nature that bring wellness, relaxation, and bliss. The Spa features organic products, nature-inspired ambiance and a list of amenities including: VIP restoration suite, enclosed outdoor courtyard, wood sauna, fireplace, hot soaking pool, and a meditation tree.

Recreation: Racquet & Fitness Club is a 41,000 square-foot multi-recreational facility which includes:
• Complete Cybex strength training and aerobic fitness equipment area
• 1,700 square foot aerobic class fitness room
• 30’x 60’ indoor lap pool
• Whirlpool, coed steam room and sauna area
• One Racquetball Court
• One 600 square foot personal training studio
• Two indoor tennis courts
• Four outdoor hard tennis courts
• Six outdoor clay tennis courts
• Two paddle tennis court
• One Knox Meadows activity field with a sand volleyball court and Two horseshoe pits
• Two croquet courts



Other recreational activities include:

• Biking - Scenic bike paths wind through the surrounding towns and villages. Mountain Bike and helmet rentals available. Village Bikes are complimentary.
• Horse drawn sleigh and wagon rides available at Billings Farm and in the village.
• Canoeing & Kayaking - Kayak or canoe down the Connecticut River or across local Dewey Pond.
• Fishing - Vermont’s swift-running, gravel bottom streams are ideal for cold-water fishing. Brook, rainbow, brown trout, bass, and pike are all ready to bite.
• Swimming - Indoor and outdoor pools on property. Nearby rivers, streams and swimming areas offer a place to cool down.
• Game room featuring Retro Pin-Ball Machines, Video Games, Pool Table, Shuffleboard and much more
• Tubbs Snow Shoe Adventure School on property.

Golf: The Golf Club, just a five-minute walk from The Inn along South Street, is the site of the oldest golf course in Vermont, dating back to 1895. The 18-hole par 70 course was redesigned in the 1960s by Robert Trent Jones, Sr. To play the course, golfers must traverse water 12 times. There is a practice range, a practice green, a putting green, a fully equipped Pro Shop, electric golf carts, and a professional staff to provide in-depth instruction.

Ski: Suicide Six offers a family-friendly downhill experience complete with rentals, lessons and a quaint lodge for après ski relaxation. Two chair lifts and a J-bar serve 23 trails. Full and half-day lift tickets are available, as well as season tickets. There is terrain for skiers of all levels- beginner, intermediate and expert. For a bigger mountain thrill, two top-rated New England Ski Areas, Okemo Mountain and Killington Resort, are just miles away.

The Woodstock Inn Nordic center, located in the Racquet and Fitness Club, is a prime destination for cross-country skiers. The Nordic Center maintains some 60 kilometers of trails in the area- half of which are part of the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park. TUBBS Snow Shoe Adventure School also at this location. Enjoy a hike into our scenic trail system and enjoy a lunch on one of the vistas!

Dining Options: The Red Rooster, opened in August 2008, and offers a AAA Four Diamond dining experience under the direction of Chef Jason Lawless. It is open for lunch and dinner with menus that draw from the best purveyors in New England, emphasizing fresh, local ingredients - including specialty cheeses, shellfish, and heirloom fruits and vegetables - that are perfectly prepared.

Main Dining Room serves up hearty, Vermont-style breakfasts. Waffles pancakes, eggs, and real maple syrup are just a few wake-up delights. Enjoy fresh brewed coffee and the morning paper while overlooking The Green.

Richardson’s Tavern is located in The Tavern Wing and is named after the original owner of The Woodstock Inn- Captain Richardson. Richardson’s Tavern features live music, a light menu, and a fireplace to provide guests with a warm ambiance.

Fairway offers casual indoor/outdoor dining for lunch at the Golf Course.

Out of Bounds, during the winter months, provides savory homemade soups, hearty sandwiches, and fresh salads slope-side at Suicide-Six Ski Area. An indoor/outdoor fireplace and a full bar make this the perfect place to kick back après ski.

Technology: All rooms feature wireless high-speed Internet access, work area with desk, dual-line phones and voicemail message systems.

Meeting Facilities: Meeting planners can select the right custom-equipped space from among 10,000 square feet of meeting and exhibit space, featuring two ballrooms, one board room and multiple versatile meeting rooms that can accommodate up to 300 guests.

Meeting Support:
• Dedicated Conference Manager
• High-speed Internet
• Audiovisual Access
• Equipment Rental
• Catering Services
• Banquet Seating
• Access to off-site Facilities

Wedding Services:
• Personal Wedding Planner
• Full Wedding Venue Services
• Exclusive Wedding Packages
• Exquisite Wedding Cakes
• Customizable Wedding Menus
• Bridal Packages at the Spa
• Exclusive Room Rates

Day Excursions:
• Village of Woodstock with many art galleries, eclectic shops, restaurants, church steeples and historic architecture
Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park is Vermont’s only national park. It offers 45 miles of beautiful carriage roads, hiking trails through 400-year-old hemlock forests and a Junior Ranger Program for kids.
• Billings Farm and Museum is a working turn-of-the-20th-century dairy farm where children can experience first-hand the care of cows, sheep, horses, and chickens, and even observe the afternoon milking in the barn. The Farm hosts special events year-round.
• Vermont Institute of Natural Sciences (VINS) is a rescue center for some 20 species of raptors including falcons, hawks, eagles and owls.
• Montshire Museum of Science, in Norwich, is a interactive children’s science museum complete with nature trails, educational programs and day camps.
• The Quechee Gorge, referred to as Vermont’s “Little Grand Canyon,” is located seven miles east of Woodstock in Quechee, Vermont.
• President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site, located in Plymouth, VT is the birthplace of the 30th President of the United States. Visitors can take a glimpse at his home as it was in the late 1800s.

Transportation: Woodstock is a 20-minute drive from the airport at Lebanon, New Hampshire, which is served by a number of commuter airlines from Boston, New York and Burlington, Vermont. I nterstates 89 (from the Boston area) and 91 (from Hartford, CT) intersect only 15 minutes from Woodstock. Amtrak stops daily at White River Junction, 14 miles from Woodstock. In addition, Dartmouth Coach offers daily bus service from Boston as well as Stamford, CT and New York City to Lebanon, New Hampshire.

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Woodstock Inn & Resort - Overview
Posted June 24, 2014
Overview
Overview

Located on the Village Green in the heart of Woodstock, Vermont, The Woodstock Inn & Resort offers warm New England hospitality amidst an atmosphere of country elegance and year round recreation. Resort facilities include the new 10,000 square-foot Spa, Suicide Six downhill ski area, The Resort’s Nordic Center, The Resort’s Golf Club, and a 41,000 square foot Racquet & Fitness Club. However, it’s the lavish details of the wood-burning fireplaces in guest rooms, luxurious terrycloth bathrobes, and locally made furnishings, that complete the picture of charm and comfort at The Woodstock Inn & Resort.


Location: Woodstock is a village that has been called the “prettiest small town in America.” Located in the Green Mountains near the center of the state, it has a population of some 3,300 and serves as the social and economic center for several surrounding towns. The 18th and 19th century homes lining the streets of this quintessential New England town are classic examples of the colonial architecture for which this area is known. Antique shops, art galleries, boutiques, restaurants, and specialty food markets fill the downtown area.


Facilities: The Inn has 142 recently renovated guest rooms, all outfitted in classic Vermont style with modern touches, from the colorful hand-dyed wool blankets and Vermont original artwork, to central air-conditioning and luxurious mattresses on clean-lined wooden furniture. Plush bathrobes and Vermont made bath amenities are found in each bathroom. The Tavern Wing features 12 guest rooms with wood burning fireplaces.

There is a spacious lawn and granite fire pit behind the Inn and an outdoor, heated swimming pool. Meals are served in the Main Dining Room and The Red Rooster Restaurant. The New American and regional cuisine offers AAA Four Diamond dining perfectly complemented by an extensive domestic and international wine list. The Main Lobby is comfortably furnished and features a 10-foot fieldstone fireplace at its center. The Tavern Wing houses the Inn’s bar, Richardson’s Tavern, named after the original owner of The Woodstock Inn – Captain Richardson. Richardson’s Tavern features live music, a light menu, and a fireplace to provide guests with a warm ambiance. The Shop at the Inn offers Vermont crafts and food products as well as sportswear and unique gift items.

The new 10,000 square-foot spa is set against the resort’s private green and is comprised of 10 treatment rooms, VIP restoration suite, tranquil men’s and women’s lounges, a light-filled Great Room, enclosed outdoor courtyard featuring a meditation tree and a wood sauna and hot soaking pool, reception and retail space featuring a comfortable seating area with wood-burning fireplace, spacious lockers and shower areas, and a salon. Guests can choose from a wide selection of treatments performed by specially-trained and licensed therapists. Each season, a featured signature treatment will take center stage among the sizeable array of year-round spa offerings. Mirroring the four seasons of Vermont, each treatment draws upon natural outdoor elements to apply deliciously restorative ingredients to the task of soothing, rejuvenating, and healing the body, inside and out. The Spa’s a la carte selections include massages, facials, body treatments, waxing, and a selection of treatments specifically for men and teens.

The Golf Club, just a five-minute walk from The Inn along South Street, is the site of the oldest golf course in Vermont, dating back to 1895. The 18-hole course was redesigned in the 1960s by Robert Trent Jones, Sr. There is a practice range, a practice green, a putting green, a fully equipped Pro Shop, electric golf carts, and a professional staff to provide in-depth instruction. The Golf Club’s dining room, lounge, and ballroom are located on the second floor. Additionally, outdoor decks provide seasonal dining and cocktails overlooking the pristine golf course. All facilities are open to the public.

The Resort’s Racquet & Fitness Club is located at the southern end of the golf course, approximately one mile south of the village. The 41,000 square foot facility includes indoor and outdoor tennis courts, indoor squash and racquetball courts, a 30-by-60 foot indoor lap pool, a whirlpool, VR2 Cybex Equipment, aerobics facilities, a steam room, and a sauna. The Racquet & Fitness Club building is fully air-conditioned, providing a comfortable workout environment in even the hottest weather. The pro shop offers sportswear, athletic equipment, and accessories for sale. Timothy Knox Meadows, constructed in the summer of 1995 and located just over the Kedron Brook, has facilities for volleyball and horseshoes, and a field large enough for games of softball or kickball.

In the winter months, the Racquet & Fitness Club hosts The Nordic Center. The Nordic Center maintains some 60 kilometers (37.28 miles) of trails in the area – half of which are part of the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park. Professional instruction, ski storage, equipment sales and rentals are available at the ski shop, as well as a full line of clothing and accessories for ski touring. Trail maps are also available, with each section rated as to skiing ability: beginner, intermediate, and expert.

The Woodstock Inn & Resort’s own Suicide Six ski Area opened in 1937, just a few years after the first ski tow in the United States was rigged up just over the ridge at Gilbert’s Hill. The spectacular Face challenged a generation of skiers as the sport grew in the 1940s and 1950s, with the very best alpinists in the country skiing the course. Suicide Six has since evolved into a friendly and personal ski area that caters to families and local skiers. Two chair lifts and a J-bar serve 23 trails. Snow-making helps when Mother Nature falls behind on the snow supply. There is a ski school, ski shop, cafeteria, and lounge-restaurant in the modern Base Lodge. Full- and half-day lift tickets are available, as well as season tickets. There is terrain for skiers of all levels – beginner, intermediate, expert – and the Lodge is perfectly located for spectators as well, with a full view of the Face and the lower ends of all the trails.

Activities: Aside from the sports facilities offered at The Inn, guests in the Woodstock area can enjoy hiking the trails of Mt. Tom and Mt. Peg, antiquing, shopping, and day trips to nearby points of interest such as Calvin Coolidge’s birthplace in Plymouth (also home to a cheese factory), or the spectacular Quechee Gorge. Woodstock also boasts Vermont’s first National Historical Park, which opened in June 1998. The Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park carries with it a message of conservation stewardship and operates in partnership with the Billings Farm & Museum – a working dairy farm that mirrors rural life in Vermont in the late 1800s. Dartmouth College is only a 30-minute drive from Woodstock and the Hopkins Center for the Performing Arts at the college offers evenings of music, theater, art exhibits, and other cultural events. The equine world is important in the area and the Green Mountain Horse Association in South Woodstock is active in providing competition in various categories of riding, including driving, jumping, and dressage. Guests can rent horses and gear at several stables in the area, some of which offer guided rides. Anglers find the area a paradise as well, fishing some of the finest trout streams in New England.

History: Travelers and local residents alike have been welcomed to the present site of The Woodstock Inn & Resort since 1793, when Captain Israel Richardson opened Richardson’s Tavern. The Tavern changed hands a number of times over the course of the next 100 years. Several additions were made as well as some name changes, including Church’s Hotel and the Eagle Hotel. In 1891, an entirely new structure was built to replace the old building and the establishment was named the Woodstock Inn. In 1969, Laurance S. Rockefeller purchased the property and, with the 1891 building being beyond restoration, built the present Inn, which opened in November 1969.

Transportation: Woodstock is a 20-minute drive from the airport at Lebanon, New Hampshire, which is served by a number of commuter airlines from Boston, New York, and Burlington, Vermont. Interstates 89 (from the Boston area) and 91 (from Hartford, Connecticut) intersect only 15 minutes from Woodstock.

Website: www.woodstockinn.com
Address: The Woodstock Inn & Resort
Fourteen The Green
Woodstock, VT 05091-1298


For more information, please contact:
Chris Miranda
Redpoint Marketing PR, Inc.
212.229.0119
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