Vermont bed and breakfast and restaurant near Killington and Okemo ski slopes and Woodstock!

Choose from five guest rooms featuring private bathrooms, country-style furnishings, and queen-size beds. Enjoy fine cuisine with an Italian flair in their beautiful dining rooms or on the deck, looking out on the wooded mountain slopes. This New England inn was established from a Victorian Farmhouse in 1983. They are centrally located between Killington Skyeship and Woodstock, Vermont, 7 miles from each.

Their many amenities include:

• breakfast served in their dining room by the wood fire
• relaxation before and after dinner in their tavern stocked
with wines, ales and liqueurs to complement the menu
• award-winning cuisine by chef/owner, Bradford Pirkey
• private lounge equipped with games,
satellite television and VCR.

Families with children are always welcome.
Guests with pets need to call ahead to agree on the arrangements.

Member of the Killington Chamber of Commerce, Quechee
Chamber of Commerce, Woodstock Chamber of Commerce.

During your stay, you can enjoy the many local attractions, such as the covered bridges at Woodstock, Bridgewater Mill Marketplace, the Long Trail Brewery, Quechee Gorge, Calvin Coolidge State Forest and historic Site, many excellent golf courses, tennis courts, hiking and biking trails.

Corners Inn Restaurant is located on a snowmobile connecting trail just 2 miles off Corridor 12 and 2 minutes east of the general store and gas station at the junction of Routes 4 and 100A. The Killington Skyeship is 7 miles west along Route 4, and Woodstock, Vermont, is 7 miles east of them.

From their spacious dining rooms, with an open-hearth log fire in winter and air-conditioning in summer, enjoy the view of wooded mountain slopes rising from the Ottauquechee River. They are centrally located for access to Killington and Okemo ski slopes and Woodstock, Vermont.

Breakfast at the Inn is included with lodging. Guests enjoy fresh fruit, muffins baked that morning, coffee or tea, juice and cereal served in their dining room by the wood fire.

Before or after dinner, relax in their full-service bar stocked with wines and liqueurs to complement the menu. Long Trail Ale, fresh from the Micro-Brewery just 1/3 mile west on Route 4, is on draft.

They recommend reservations at dinner time. Discover the creative cuisine with an Italian flair of their award-winning chef, owner Bradford Pirkey. They serve dinner seven days a week for holiday periods in the ski season and from Wednesday through Sunday during other weeks of the season. However, they can make special arrangements for the convenience of their overnight guests. Half portions are available on most items for children!!

Each night there are exciting special dishes, featuring veal chop, fresh fish and shellfish, filet, chicken or lamb to supplement the comprehensive menu. Or challenge Chef Brad and he will make you what you want!! The kitchen prepares its own stock, using pure well water, local produce and herbs, and offers delicious desserts.