Hyde Park Bed and Breakfast Inns
Governor's House in Hyde Park
— Hyde Park, VT
|Full English afternoon tea is served in the... Read More
$125 - $265
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Charles Kuralt once called Hyde Park, Vermont, his favorite small town and it's easy to see why. Nestled into the Green Mountains along Route 100 in northern Vermont, picture-postcard Hyde Park looks like a painting by Norman Rockwell with its wide main street lined with big old houses and sugar maples. Hyde Park is so quaint and quiet that you'd never know it is the county seat if it weren't for the county courthouse with it's old bell tower which still strikes the hour. And when it snows, Main Street looks a lot like a Christmas card. The Hyde Park Opera House offers local theater productions and the Hyde Park Congregational Church hosts a varied concert series. Sweet Crunch Cafe and Bakery on Hyde Park's Main Street offers daytime fare and afternoon tea is to be had at the Governor's House, an 1893 reproduction of the Longfellow House that takes up a whole block. And all around the village of Hyde Park are the mountains with hiking and great skiing at Stowe and Smugglers Notch, kayaking on the Lamoille River, biking on quiet country roads, lots of antique shops, and more than two dozen art galleries within 15 miles. By Governor's House in Hyde Park.
Hyde Park is a perfect stop while hiking or biking along the Lamoille Rail trail or by snowmobile in the winter. It's a short walk from the trail to Main Street where the Hyde Park Opera House is home to the Lamoille County Players. By Governor's House in Hyde Park.
Hyde Park is the county seat of Lamoille County. The village is home to the County Courthouse and the Hyde Park Opera House. A stroll through the streets shows off a variety of architectural styles, with Greek Revival dominating. Once a busy town with the 'world's largest tannery' and a busy depot on the St. Johnsbury & Lamoille County Railroad, it's now a quiet village on the Lamoille Rail Trail. Its location at the intersection of VT Rtes 15 and 100 gives it a central location to visit Burlington to the west, Stowe to the south, and the Northeast Kingdom to the north and east. Surrounding the village are homes and farms on scenic roads with tremendous views. Hike one of the many mountains to see as far as New Hampshire and Canada! By Fitch Hill Inn.