Welcome to the Historic Deming House Inn
We are located in Arlington VT, just minutes from Manchester and Bennington as well as driving distance to all southern Vermont ski resorts and golf courses.
The beautiful Battenkill River is only 200 yards from our front door!
Step back in time and enjoy a romantic stay at the historic Deming House in the center of Arlington, Vermont. Built in 1780 by Gamaliel Deming and originally named, "The Deming Tavern", this charming two story Georgian Colonial retains much of its original splendor and architectural features. The Deming House is listed on the National Register of Historical Places.
Relax in the comfort of our spacious guest rooms, each with a cozy stove to ward off the chilly New England mornings or add a little romantic atmosphere at night. Guests are encouraged to relax in the spacious living room, choose a book from our extensive library, or simply relax by a warm fire.
The Deming House is decorated with antiques, wallpaper and period collectibles, blending the past old world charm with the present.
Nature beckons you to any number of outdoor activities. During the summer and fall months treat yourself to hiking, bicycling, fly-fishing, horseback riding or canoeing. The inn is a mere 200 yards from the famous Battenkill River. During our winter months you can enjoy skiing or snowboarding at nearby Bromley, Stratton, Magic or Mt. Snow ski areas, or a leisurely cross country or snow shoe tour of Hildene, former home of Robert Todd Lincoln.
For the shoppers the area offers a plethora of antique shops and country stores or the many factory outlet stores of Manchester. You will also find glimpses of history including covered bridges, revolutionary war battlefields and museums. This area was home to such storied characters as Grandma Moses, Norman Rockwell and Robert Frost.
During the warmer months the area hosts many craft and antique fairs, classic car shows and the Vermont Summer Horse Festival. Find these and many other local attractions and activites at the Manchester Chamber website.
3929 Vermont 7A
Arlington, Vermont 05250