Recommended Vermont Lodging
in the Quechee and Woodstock areas.
There are about 20 inns and bed and breakfasts in the greater Woodstock and Quechee areas. In addition, you can sometimes find accommodations through Quechee Lakes. Our recommended inns and B & Bs are listed on this site. If you decide to book a room, please tell the innkeeper(s) that you found them through Quechee-Village.Com.
Accommodations during the tourist season can be difficult, especially during Dartmouth homecoming, the Covered Bridges half Marathon and the Quechee Balloon Festival and Crafts Fair.
If you can't find anything available in the immediate area, you might want to consider neighboring Lebanon, Norwich and even Windsor. Consult our main listing site on Scenes of Vermont.
Another festival worth attending is the Scottish Festival held on the Quechee Polo Grounds at the end of August. See our slide shows and videos of this event here.
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Displayed above are the Woodstock Inn, The Quebec Inn, The Parker House and the Ardmore Inn.
The Quechee Balloon Festival:
Vermont's Premier Balloon Festival, Fine Art, Music and Crafts Fair is celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2009. This is a family-oriented event with something for everyone. The Father's Day Weekend date has become the weekend for weddings, reunions, engagements, and birthday and anniversary celebrations.
It has become far more than a small gathering on the Village Green with a few balloons. It has blossomed into a region-wide activity. Visitors fill lodging and dining facilities within a 40-mile radius; there is a waiting list for balloonists wishing to participate; entertainment groups vie for inclusion. See the festival in a musical slide show.
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