Salt Ash Inn - Bed And Breakfast
Salt Ash Inn - Bed And Breakfast
Hotel Guest Rating: 4.4/10
4758 Route 100a
Plymouth, VT 05056
Welcome to the Salt Ash Inn - Bed And Breakfast
Rich in history and surrounded by lakes, mountains and trails, the rustic Salt Ash Inn delights with unique furnishings, free Wi-Fi and convenient access to Killington, Okemo and Woodstock.
The three-story non-smoking inn, a former stagecoach stop, general store and post office, has 17 individually decorated guest rooms featuring private baths, TVs with cable and complimentary Wi-Fi. Common areas include a sitting room with a wood stove in what was originally a post office and a BYOB bar where guests can shoot pool or lounge in front of a fire. Complimentary coffee and tea are available around the clock.
The inn, located in President Calvin Coolidge's hometown of Plymouth, is five miles from Coolidge State Forest and seven miles from Lake Rescue. The Killington and Okemo ski areas are 20 minutes by car. It's 20 miles to the town of Woodstock and 26 miles to Rutland Southern Vermont Regional Airport.
The Salt Ash Inn offers a relaxed and comfortable experience in charming surroundings.
Salt Ash Inn - Bed And Breakfast Amenities
- Accessible facilities
- Air conditioning
- ATM/Cash machine
- Barbeque grills
- Cable television
- Children welcome
- Coffee shop
- Complimentary coffee in lobby
- Family plan
- Free parking
- Gift/News stand
- Meeting rooms
- Onsite laundry
- Pets allowed
- Remote control television
- Safe deposit box
- Storage space
- Sundry/Convenience store
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January 17, 2015
July 10, 2014
While Andy greeted us to give us our room key and let us know there was no breakfast on weekdays, it was the only time we saw him in two days. This Inn was not meant to be a premium lodging, but not even a cold breakfast offered at a place listed as a B and B is ridiculous!
March 28, 2014
No Breakfast - bed and Breakfast... with NO breakfast. Website needs to be updated if you are not going to include breakfast.
March 1, 2014
I had stayed here 20-odd years ago, and enjoyed it, but that was at least one owner ago. Al had called me at home before we arrived to talk about ski packages, and was real friendly, but we never saw him or anyone else during our stay. The room key was left on a table in the entry, and after a climb up steep stairs the room was not the one shown in the picture for our booking. Another couple arrived and didn't find their room key, but the help line number only rang at the empty front desk. As far as we could tell, outside doors were unlocked and unattended all night, and the room doors were rather flimsy with ill-fitting locks. The room was cold on arrival, but warmed up nicely; later in the week someone (I assume from staff) turned the heat down to 50 degrees while we were skiing, and it was not pleasant to return to a cold room. Supposedly this was for energy saving, but if so they should have started by turning off the outside lights burning during the day and the lights and ceiling fans that ran all night in the unopen bar area. The room was small, with no landing area for suitcases and an under-stairs closet crowded with fans and jumbled up bedding. What can I tell you? It is a very old building with all the quirks of very old buildings (steep stairs, unlevel floors, windows that rattle in the wind), but parts of the public areas looked nice. Too bad there was no hospitality like a pot of coffee or tea and cookies and chairs to relax in. ...
January 9, 2014
October 15, 2013
August 20, 2013
Everything. It is the most misleading hotel experience you can have. I am pretty sure it's not a functioning bed and breakfast. We received a voucher to have breakfast at a place down the street. We would have stayed in our car. It seemed so unsafe and creepy. Luckily we booked a room down the street. Spend money on better place because we ended up spending double. I really love quaint hotels and old building with character but this experience was so strange. I have notified Priceline that this place is misleading. I will also Never use Priceline services again ...
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