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Built in 1793, the Inn was originally the home of Colonel Joseph Marsh, Vermont's first Lieutenant Governor. Since that time, the historic residence has been expanded and carefully restored to maintain as much of the 19th Century character and charm as possible, while adding modern conveniences like private baths, cable TV, and air conditioning for all the guest rooms.




Located in one of Vermont’s most popular historic communities, Chef/Owner Teresa Tan has created a quiet little culinary mecca where locals

and visitors make a point to stop and experience a restaurant that can only be described as an imaginative gastronomic affair.


An Authentic Country Tavern Built circa 1790 The Skunk Hollow Tavern has been a local favorite for many years.

Our two distinct atmospheres allow for elegant dining upstairs or the casual laid back aura of our "Olde English" style Pub downstairs. The atmosphere is not the only distinctive difference.


Quechee's latest bakery cafe is located near Fire Stone's Restaurant off route 4. Turn right onto

Waterman Hill Road but before you cross the bridge make your first right into Trap Door's parking lot.

Trap Door Bakehouse and Cafe offers freshly baked pastries and breads, sandwiches, salads and coffee

Quechee Lakes Landowners have, through their Association, developed Vermont’s finest four season community.

Everything you want for your vacation - be it spring, summer, fall or winter - can be found at Quechee Lakes.