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Freehold, New Jersey
Reviewed 9 August 2015

Just got back from a 4 night stay at the Aerie hotel while in town to attend the Vermont Horse Show and I can't say enough nice things. The rooms were clean, comfortable and spacious. The Inn is set back from the road so nice and quiet with with a great view of the mountains. We didn't use it because...

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Trumansburg, New York
Reviewed 19 March 2015

This motel is nice, clean, and just a quarter mile off the main road, which makes it convenient and at the same time very peaceful and quiet. It's run by a young couple who are extremely friendly and nice. I recommend it highly and would stay there again.

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3Thank carolineTrumansburg
Newton, Massachusetts
Reviewed 4 October 2014

The Aerie Inn, located in lovely East Dorset, is a motel-like structure set in a beautiful combination of meadow and woodlands. It was sold about eight months ago and a young couple are the new caretakers and hosts (along with two small dogs!) They have their work cut out for them as newcomers to the area and to Lodge-Keeping, but...

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4Thank revelinor
Morton, Pennsylvania
Reviewed 23 February 2014

Picture this: 8 soaking wet bikers (really just friendly motorcyclists) pull into your motel. What would you do; turn on the No Vacancy sign, lock the doors, call the local constabulary? Carol, the cheerful proprietor, greeted us warmly and ultimately volunteered to dry our wet clothes. We travel all over the east coast on bikes, and do our best to...

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8Thank John K
East Hampton, New York
Reviewed 17 June 2013

This is the third time we had the pleasure of staying at the Aerie Inn -- and each time we have been blown away by the breathtaking views, pristine and comfortable rooms, and local knowledge and warmth of the inn's owner. We have tried many other places in the Manchester/Bennington/Northshire area, but this has become - by far - our...

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3Thank Greg B
Plymouth, MA, USA
Reviewed 29 April 2013

I just stayed here this past weekend to attend a conference at the Wilson House and was very pleased and satisfied. My friend and I were greeted promptly by Carol, the owner, with warmth and friendliness. Carol had coffee ready for both of us in the early a.m. both mornings and an offer of continental breakfast as well. Each of...

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1Thank Eileen L
Montpelier, Vermont
Reviewed 27 March 2013

I stayed here this week during a conference, and it was perhaps the best hotel/motel experience I have ever had (and I have been to many in my life). Carol is very upbeat and helpful to all her guests (even though I misplaced a room key, she was all smiles). We had some nice chats in the evening and her...

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2Thank Craig G
Pittsfield, Massachusetts
Reviewed 11 October 2012

This is a great time to be in the very colourful state of vermont. I had the time to to spend checking out the colours. In needing a place to stay I found the Aerie Inn of Vermont. It is a great place to stay for any time of year but I visited there A couple of weeks ago. The...

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6Thank Steven R
New York City, New York
Reviewed 30 September 2012

Came here for a conference at the Wilson House. It's a 5 minute drive from there and about 15 minutes from Manchester, so really good location. It's just off the road, but tucked away into the mountains giving it a serene feel. I took a great hour walk nearby in the morning. I only spent one night, but it was...

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4Thank Jay L
Slatington Pa.
Reviewed 29 September 2012

I Travel a lot on my Motorcycle and I've been going to Vermont every year for about 15 years. I used to camp at Emerald Lake, Untill I discovered the Aerie Inn. Carol does her best and goes out of her way to please. I can only speak of my experience which is always Fun and Fantastic. One time I...

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Carol G, Owner at Aerie Inn of Vermont, responded to this review

Dave, Thank you for your positive feedback. As the sign above the door at the Aerie states " enter as strangers, leave as friends". I remember like it was yesterday the night you showed up cold, wet, and on your motorcycle looking for your group, which was nowhere to be found,. We were able to get you a warm comfortable...

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  • Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
  • Free Parking
  • Breakfast included
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  • Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
  • Wheelchair Access
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  • Family Rooms
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  • Air Conditioning
  • Refrigerator in room
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  • Free Internet
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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
As the only canine friendly hotel in East Dorset, the Aerie Inn of Vermont is your front door to experiencing the four seasons of Vermont. Whether it's the spectacle of fall foliage, the peaceful beauty after a snowfall or an exhilarating motor cycle tour, no other lodging provides such a unique,private experience. Just minutes from activities in the Green Mountains or from water fun at Emerald Lake, plenty of exciting adventures are conveniently found nearby. Snowboarding, skiing, mountainbiking at Stratton and Bromley Mountain, or fishing, canoeing and kayaking on the Battenkill River, EastDorset is close to it all! The world renowned Appalachian Trail begins nearby and winds through many acres of wilderness, perfect for a leisurely hike.Explore East Dorset, home of the Vermont Summer Festival, and discover the birth place of Bill Wilson. Attend an AA or Al-anon meeting at the Wilson House, or sit on the front porch of the Aerie and rest,reflect and rejuvenate your soul as Bill and Lois Wilson did when they would come home to East Dorset for a visit. Once known as the Erdmans Eyrie and the Eyrie Motel, the Aerie Inn of Vermont was thefavorite place to stay for Bill and Lois.Visit the marble quarry at the edge of Dorset said to be the oldest in the country. Once a major part of Dorset's economy, the quarries provided marble for notable landmarks such as the New York CityLibrary as well as for the marble sidewalks lacing the town and all the marble for the church next to the village green. Yesterday's quarries are now today's popular swimming holes for you and your family tocreate memories of your own.The welcoming character of local shops and culinary diversity will ensure that you feel right at home. Each small town and village offers a unique venue. Shop for antiques and gifts in the quaint village ofDorset. Drive north to Danby or Wallingford or south to Arlington or Bennington. The Manchester and the Mountains regional towns welcome you with all things warm and wonderful no matter what the season. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Aerie Inn of Vermont

Address: 158 Bowen Hill Rd, P. O. Box 487, East Dorset, VT 05253-9750
Region: United States > Vermont > Green Mountains > East Dorset
Price Range: ₹ 6,218 - ₹ 8,444 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:2 star — Aerie Inn of Vermont 2*
Number of rooms: 10
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