The Salt Ash inn is a 200+ year old inn located on Rt 100 a "Vermont senic route". We strive to provide a great experience at a fair price. Our inn is a very casual and homey place.
Five Corners Pub is located onsite and operates Thursday - Sunday. Live music from 7 - 10 Saturdays during the ski season.
We are less then 10 miles to Killington, Okemo and Long Trail Brewery. Just down the road you will find Lakes, state parks and snowmobile rentals.
With two south-facing windows in the bedroom, and a small north-facing window in the bathroom there is a plethora of natural light in the room all day long. The room features a queen size bed as well as two twin beds. The bathroom features a stall shower. It is located up on the 3rd floor with the summit room. For groups traveling together these rooms are a great choice providing extra privacy. The two rooms can combine to host groups of up to 8.
In the Winter:
We're the closest historic inn to the slopes - only 6 miles from Killington's high-speed, Sky ship gondola and are only 8 miles to Bear Mountain - use either of these entrances and avoid the access road traffic jam! (The main Killington entrance is only 10 miles away!).
Okemo ski resort is less than 10 miles to our south and offers the Jackson Gore facility with a variety of slopes, new high-speed lifts, marvelous base lodge and dining facilities.
For non-skiers, our area provides lots of other winter fun В– including snowmobiling with nearby rentals through Killington Snowmobile Tours and VAST trail access across the street. There is also snow tubing at Okemo, sleigh rides, ice-skating, ice-fishing, day-spas, museums, antiquing excursions, outlet shopping, and quaint country villages with winter festivals.
In the Summer:
From mid-May through late October, there are so many recreational and educational opportunities within a short drive from Salt Ash Inn. They include bicycling, motorcycling, mountain biking, cross-country and mountain hiking, state parks, fishing and boating, golfing, disk golfing, horseback riding, and virtually any type of outdoor recreation you can think of. Summer and fall are perfect times to enjoy the moderate temperatures of our clean mountain climate and our cool, starlit nights, while shopping, dining, antiquing, visiting craft fairs and artisan exhibits, little-theatre evenings, and farm-life experiences. Maple-sugaring demonstrations in late spring are great fun, and our fall foliage is incomparable. We are located along Route 100 which is a scenic by-way.
Rates DO NOT include VT State Rooms Tax of 9% which will be due upon check-in