The Inn at Water's Edge
Boutique Bed & Breakfast
The Inn at Water's Edge
was established in 1999 and completely renovated in 2020.
Our boutique waterfront Inn is strategically located
in the Green Mountains of Vermont on Scenic Route 100 outside of Ludlow.
Nestled between Echo Lake and the Black River
and minutes from Okemo Mountain Resort and Killington Ski Resort,
The Inn at Water's Edge offers a plethora of adventures for those who enjoy exploration,
and sweet solitude and peace for those who just want to relax.
Our eleven bedrooms have been completely renovated and are uniquely and beautifully decorated.
Each bedroom has an adjoining, private, custom-tiled bathroom
with handmade toiletries developed exclusively for the Inn.
Our public spaces have also been rejuvenated and exude the warm flavor of hospitality and welcome.
Our authentic English Pub adjoining The Gathering Place offers
a lovely space for meetings, family reunions, celebrations, and retreats.
Our dining rooms are intimate and timeless, showcasing beautiful parquet floors which are
original to the 1878 home.
Breakfasts at the Inn are a delight to the eye and palette
with plated farm-to-table creations ranging from coconut french toast to chilaquiles.
We are currently open and look forward to seeing some old friends and new guests this season.
Hope to see you soon!
All visitors traveling to Vermont are welcome.
Our veteran baker and chef will wow you every morning with a refined and delicious spread. Recent creations include: Pumpkin Brioche French Toast, Coconut Buckwheat Pancakes, Mexican Chilaquiles and Biscuits with Honey Ham Gravy -- all made from scratch. YUM.
The fastest internet Ludlow,VT has to offer. Don't compromise connectivity even in rural splendor. Plenty of speed for streaming video, conference calls, etc.
Garden & Games
Curl up with a novel in our gazebo or by the trout stream. Or best your companions in bocce or horseshoes.
Fresh sheets, towels and robes will keep you in the lap of luxury. Let us tidy your room while you enjoy the slopes, lake, or relaxing premises.
Echo Lake and Black River
Take a dip in gorgeous Echo Lake or paddle around in one of our canoes or kayaks. Our lakefront has its own dock and beach and our river front has excellent trout fishing. To end the day, what could be better than gathering around the fire pit with s'mores?
Our stay at The Inn At Water's Edge was great. The Inn has undergone a complete renovation and the finished product is incredible. The rooms were comfortable and well appointed and the food was amazing.
Mitch, the chef, makes almost everything from scratch and he puts his unique spin on all of the dishes whether it is his soup, pancakes or gelato.
Great place to stay for families or for a couples get away. We can't wait for our next visit.
--Jared T. 3/4/20
THINGS TO DO
At the Inn
Our property is nestled between the crystal clear waters of Echo Lake and the renowned Black River. Come down to our private dock to swim, fish, canoe or simply sit and breathe in the loveliness of this amazing place.
From the history found at the Calvin Coolidge Homestead and village to Simon Pearce's Glass and Pottery showroom, you have something to explore within miles of the Inn.
Ludlow Farmer's Market
Every Friday from 4-7:00 PM, from Memorial Day to Columbus Day, Ludlow hosts over 30 local vendors selling their wares. From crafts to produce, cheese to pottery, come and see the home-grown goodness of our neighborhood.
Okemo Mountain Resort is a family-operated" four-season outdoor enthusiast's playground. Whether you ski, golf, zipline or wall-climb, Okemo is always full of activities that will please. Less than 5 miles from the Inn.
"The Beast of the East" is the largest Ski resort in the Eastern United States, and boasts the largest vertical drop in New England of 3050 ft. Pico Resort is right next door , though smaller and quieter, is less crowded and full of the same challenging runs. Both resorts are a 15-20 minute drive from the Inn
The Inn is just 30 minutes to an entrance to Long Trail (The oldest long-distance trail in the United States measuring 272 miles). The trail begins on the Massachusetts border, and coincides with the Appalachian Trail for 100 miles, until the two trails split at the Maine Junction, near Killington, VT