Grafton, Vermont

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Grafton Vermont is located on Route 35 in Windham County, in southern Vermont. Known as one of the prettiest villages in Vermont, many of the beautiful old buildings have been lovingly restored by residents and the Windham Foundation, which is dedicated to preserving the vitality of Vermont's rural communities.

Once a notable stagecoach hub for traffic across the Green Mountains into Albany, New York, Grafton is home to one of the oldest continually operating hotels in the United States, The Grafton Inn, having opened its doors in 1801. Notable guests to the inn include Ulysses S. Grant, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Woodrow Wilson and Henry David Thoreau, to name a few.

Grafton is a great place to stay or visit. It is truly beautiful regardless of the season, and although very small, Grafton Vermont offers a degree of quality and sophistication seldom found in a rural community.

In 2010, Yankee Magazine, listed several Vermont towns in their slideshow of "Top 25 Foliage Towns in New England," including Grafton, Vermont!

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The Grafton Inn - an historic 30-room country inn located in the heart of Grafton, Vermont.
Grafton, VT - If ever there was a place to live the poet's words, this is it. The Grafton Inn is one of the oldest operating inns in America, having opened its doors in 1801. In our fully refurbished 45-room country inn, imagine yourself relaxing in elegant surroundings, dining on award-winning local cuisine and re-energizing in a quaint Vermont setting. Stay with us and find what might be the two rarest commodities in today's unsettled world - peace and quiet.
The Grafton Ponds Outdoor Center
Grafton, VT - In the winter, we are best known for our vast Nordic trail network, totaling 30k of skating and classic skiing through fields and forests. You can also enjoy Snowshoeing and Tubing! In the summer, we're best known for our vast mountain bike terrain. From flat to steep and single track to expansive trails, we've got some of the best riding in southern Vermont.

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