Situated in the picturesque and unspoiled village of Castleton in Central Vermont, Applewood Manor provides comfortable lodging, warm hospitality, and rich history.
Applewood Manor is one of the three oldest houses remaining from colonial Castleton. The original house was built by Noah Hoyt, younger brother of Nehemiah Hoyt (Hoit) one of the first settlers who came to Castleton as a single man in 1771. As a Green Mountain Boy, Nehemiah Hoyt assisted in the capture of Fort Ticonderoga; he was the third man to enter, following on the heels of Colonel Ethan Allen.
Each of the five guest bedrooms has a
private bathroom, deluxe mattresses, and beautifully-appointed furnishings.
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A Delicious full breakfast is served each morning.
The Hoyt home has always been noted for its captivating beauty and its unique workmanship.. The character and history of the house have been lovingly preserved through careful renovations, providing an interesting and comfortable place to stay.
Original brick and marble fireplaces grace the public rooms
Our screened porch provides a delightful place to relax
The 33-acre property offers a swimming pool, woodland walks, and a river for trout-fishing.
There are a wealth of activities including hiking, fishing, golfing, skiing, snowmobiling, fabulous shopping, and unique historical places of interest in the Castleton area.
Killington, Pico and Okemo offer both winter and summer outdoor activities and interesting night life. For walking enthusiasts, there are local trails and within 20 minutes, access to the Long Trail, a beautiful section of the Appalachian Trail. Summer fly-fishing in local rivers (Castleton, Battenkill) and lakes (Bomoseen, Champlain) and ice fishing in winter are popular pastimes both for visitors and locals. Lake George is 45 minutes away. Horseback-riding is available locally, and every Saturday night in summer, a fun time can be had at the Pond Hill Ranch Rodeo.
Less active leisure time can be spent visiting nearby historical sites such as Fort Ticonderoga and Hubbardton Battefield. Applewood Manor B&B is also an excellent base for serious shoppers with Manchester's and Lake George's designer outlet stores about 45 minutes away. For those interested in art and antiques, galleries and shops welcome your visits to browse or buy.
Relaxing and enjoying the beautiful Vermont scenery are popular year-round pastimes.
You don't have to travel far from Applewood Manor B&B to enjoy wonderful restaurants.
Applewood Manor provides comfortable lodging, warm hospitality, and rich history. The local area presents spectacular scenery and a wealth of outdoor activities including hiking, skiing, fishing, and snowmobiling. Applewood Manor is within walking distance of Castleton State College and is convenient to many other Vermont colleges.
Ralph and Nancy welcome you to Applewood Manor Bed & Breakfast.
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