Juniper Hill Inn
Juniper Hill Inn was built in 1902 as a stately, grand yet comfortable Vermont country home for one of America's captain's of Industry. The architecture of our National Historic Register mansion is noteworthy and our setting unparalleled in New England. If inviting accommodations, fine dining, solitude and attention to comfort are important - we welcome you to visit Juniper Hill Inn.
Ari Nikki and Robert Dean, Innkeepers
If your journey brings you to Vermont during the winter months for skiing, horse drawn sleigh rides or skating on a village pond, you can be assured you will create memories of a lifetime here. Imagine falling asleep to the sound of a crackling wood burning or gas fire and awakening to the crispness of fresh fallen snow.
During summer, the inn takes on a completely different appearance. Expansive well trimmed lawns and lovely perennial gardens draw your attention to the beauty of our location. Here at Juniper Hill you can look out over a private lake, watch Mt. Ascutney' s breezes play through our towering pines or simply relax on our comfortable Adirondack furniture. Paradise Park is a short stroll away.
The surrounding countryside will no doubt lure you away from time to time and each turn of the road will present yet another beautiful photographic opportunity. Take the day exploring the beautiful Upper Connecticut River Valley and its unspoiled charms.
When you first arrive at Juniper Hill Inn you will be impressed by the mansion's powerful silhouette atop our namesake hill. Before you tour the grounds and explore the area, please come inside to meet the innkeepers. After all, this will be your home away from home and we are well prepared to make your stay pleasant and comfortable.
Juniper Hill Inn boasts 16 individually decorated luxurious guest chambers with private baths. Our guest rooms feature air conditioning, fresh flowers, chocolates, CD players and many more amenities. All of our deluxe guest chambers have wood or gas burning fireplaces. Two mountain view chambers offer private balconies overlooking Lake Runnemeade and Mount Ascutney. A library queen deluxe guest chamber offers a private porch with furniture.
Rates are $135 - $285 with a full breakfast selected from our extensive breakfast menu featuring numerous choices of juices, hot entrees, breakfast meats and our "special of the day". Afternoon refreshments offered from 3-5pm feature a fresh baked pastry from the inn's kitchen as well as a seasonal beverage.
Use Interstate 91, exit 9. From 91 North, turn right (from I-91 South, turn left) onto Route 5 South. Proceed 2.5 miles to Juniper Hill Road on right, 1/2 mile up the hill (bear left at the fork) to driveway on the right. In heavy snow: Continue on Route 5 into the center of Windsor, turn left onto State Street (at the traffic lights). Turn right onto the County Road. Turn right onto Juniper Hill Road, 3/4 mile to driveway on the left.
Guest chambers are available from 3:00 in the afternoon, check out is by 11:00 in the morning. Notice of arrival after 10:00 p.m. is greatly appreciated.
A deposit equal to one night's lodging (50% for extended stays) is necessary for a confirmed reservation. Please note arrival and departure dates carefully. The deposit will be forfeited if the guests do not arrive, arrive after the reserved date, or depart before the final date of guaranteed reservation. With at least 14 days notice, we will refund your deposit less a $20 administrative fee. Cancellations occurring within fourteen days of the confirmed arrival date result in a credit for the deposit amount. This credit must be used within one year of the cancelled reservation date and may not be used during holidays, foliage or special event periods. The credit is transferable.
A wonderful bright and whimsical mountain and lake view queen deluxe balcony chamber with four poster bed and working wood burning fireplace.
An expansive corner queen deluxe mountain view chamber with grand window, unique four poster queen, sitting area and working wood burning fireplace.
One of our library grand deluxe chambers. The library wing offers two secluded guest chambers on the second floor. One features an exterior porch overlooking the woods . The pictured chamber is very large, secluded and has a four poster bed and wood burning fireplace.
The Great Room