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Governors Inn, Ludlow, Vermont

Governors Inn, Ludlow, Vermont
In 1890 William Wallace Stickney built a home on Main Street in Ludlow as a present for his bride Lizzie, eight years before becoming Governor of Vermont. He lived on Main Street until his death in the 1930's. Today the governor's home is an inn -- a Victorian country house with nine guest rooms, each with its own antiques. All guest rooms have private baths.

Common Rooms include a foyer with fireplace and a whispering alcove, a living room with an ornate slate fireplace, dining and breakfast rooms, and a den with full beverage service.

The Governor's Inn
86 Main Street
Ludlow, VT 05149
Governors Inn, Ludlow VT

 

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