The Birch Ridge Inn
is a unique vacation destination!
The Birch Ridge Inn at Killington
The Birch Ridge Inn combines the best that a Vermont Country Inn can offer, with the architectural flair typically found in alpine lodges in the Western United States or Europe. The inn is located high on a ridge dotted with Silver and White Birch Trees at Butler Road, in Killington Vermont.
Centrally located in the heart of the Green Mountains, 20 miles west of Woodstock Vermont, you can drive to the Birch Ridge Inn from Burlington VT in about 1 1/2 hours; 2 1/2 hours from Albany, NY or Manchester, NH; 3 hours from Boston, MA, Hartford, CT or Montreal Canada; and 4 1/2 hours from New York City.
To enter the grounds at Birch Ridge, you will pass through a slate covered carriage way, reminiscent of an old Vermont covered bridge. Once you travel through the carriage way two massive A Frame buildings, constructed out of Vermont Slate, dominate the grounds. For your dining pleasure, one of the A Frames features a fine dining restaurant. In the second, you will find a comfortable great room, where you can put your feet up in front of a slate fireplace with your favorite beverage in hand. Between the two, you will find a comfortable sitting room suitable for relaxing.
Once you have arrived, we have the perfect recipe for a relaxing vacation! First, start off with a home-made country breakfast; then choose your favorite activity from a list including golf, hiking, biking, fishing, antiquing, exploring covered bridges, skiing, or just plain relaxing; combine a private location, nestled in the Green Mountains, surrounded by gardens in summer, breath taking foliage in the fall, and mountains of snow in the winter; and finally, garnish with a great dining and fine wines in the evening.
The innkeepers, Bill Vines and Mary Furlong, respect the needs of the sophisticated traveler. They have spent many years in industry with corporations including Motorola and Ocean Spray Cranberries traveling the world. Bill and Mary have created a unique place to enjoy and escape the pressures of a busy world.
Since moving to Killington full time in 1997, Bill and Mary have also donated significant time back to the local community. Bill has been active in the Killington Chamber of Commerce, including terms as Vice President and President, and serving as a long standing member of the Chamber's board of directors. Bill also performs marketing consulting services under the auspices of Birch Ridge Inc. Mary works within the Town of Killington including terms on Zoning Board of Appeals, the Sherburne Fire District #1, and the Killington Town Golf Committee. Bill and Mary chronicle activities in Killington on their blog, Killingtonblog.com.
What ever your schedule may be, let Bill and Mary help you discover Vermont and get the most out of your visit to Killington during a stay at the Birch Ridge Inn.