Mountain View Washroom
Seating with a view
Apple trees on the inn property
Outdoor gathering space
The iconic New England charm
Perfect for the Fall season
Room for parties and events
In a quiet location
A dip with a view
A stress free atmosphere
Small town with modern style
A perfect view no matter what
This contemporary Victorian home sits beautifully on a hillside in East Montpelier, Vermont. Views of the surrounding hills and mountains can be seen from the deck on the South Side of the Inn and from all of the guest rooms. The Sugarbush ski area can be seen in the distance.
The sun travels over this Southern Exposure and Panoramic View, producing ever changing shadows and light. Guests enjoy lovely vistas and sunsets year round.
Deer graze at sunrise and sunset, wild turkeys roam, and occasional horseback riders emerge from the surrounding forests filled with cross-country ski trails.
There are 47 acres at High Hill Inn, which include 22 acres of forest and 25 of open land. Cross-country trails abound on the property and the surrounding properties.
The air is crisp and you feel as though you can reach out and touch the clouds as they pass by in summer. A summer's night sounds include crickets and bullfrogs.
Your stay at the High Hill Inn will be relaxing, refreshing, and energizing. The Inn is only 10 minutes to downtown Montpelier.
On a clear night the sky becomes a star-gazer's paradise with no bright city lights and their hazy glow. One can see a multitude of twinkling stars and a full array of constellations.
Guests can take a stroll down the lane onto nearby lanes or walk through meadows or ride a mountain bike or take a hike into the surrounding woods on cross-country ski trails in the summer, or ski on them in the winter.
The front porch rockers are popular for sitting to chat and passing the time away enjoying freshly made lemonade, a cup of coffee or tea (our compliments), reading a book or just getting lost in one's own thoughts for awhile. The deck has lounges and a hammock for the guest's enjoyment while taking in easterly, southern and westerly views of the surrounding hillsides and mountains.