Today the exterior architecture of this Vermont Inn Hotel remains virtually unchanged from its 1940s’ origins. The 14 acre story book setting of majestic evergreens and colorful maples is breathtaking in every season and complemented by the glorious gardens and magnificent stonework created by master stonemason, Francis Martin, the owner/builder of Tucker Hill Lodge as it was initially known.

Pool & Patios

Nestled within the gardens is a delightful private outdoor pool, surrounded by evergreens, and leading off one of the Inn’s numerous stone patios which is flanked by lilies, peonies, and numerous other perennials during the summer months. The fragrant smell of bee balm is always in the air and hummingbirds abound.




Breakfast Patio at The Tucker Hill Inn Bed & Breakfast Country InnTucker Hill Inn is full of delightful outside seating areas where guests can relax, unwind, enjoy a glass of wine or just sit.  One of our favorites is the patio right outside our Morning Room and we love to find guests there in the morning savoring a cup of coffee and listening to the sounds and viewing nature at its best.

Hiking Trails

Leading directly from the Inn is a rugged hiking path called the Millbrook Trail, enjoyed year round by hikers and snowshoers, and part of the Catamount Trail system.

Moose in Vermont

Trail users frequently report bear and moose sightings and while multiple moose sightings occur in the Inn’s gardens every year, they typically occur when least expected so keep cameras at the ready!