All Rooms Include: Air Conditioning Free Wifi Flat Screen TV with Cable Fireplace
Located upstairs in the Main House, Loon is a cozy room with a soft and cool pallet of greens and blues. Loon was originally named for the antique decoys that once adorned the walls of the Inn. Select decoys and McGovern’s collection of duck stamps and the artwork to go with them, can still be found scattered throughout the Hermitage Inn.
Located upstairs in the Main House, this room is named for beloved former owner James McGovern, who operated The Hermitage as a hunting camp with skeet shooting, hunting excursions, and gourmet game fare raised on the property, with his wife Lois from 1970 to 2005. The original molding from 1842 forming a rounded wall and creamy yellows and browns accent this room which features an attractive brass bed. Beautiful views of the Green Mountain National Forest or our Maple Sugar Shack may be seen from this room.
Located upstairs in the Main House, this room boasts one of the farmhouse’s two original canopy beds, dating back to the 19th Century. Calming neutrals and florals adorn this room. Look out the south-facing window to a long view of the Southern Green Mountains or just across the driveway to our newly refurbished Carriage House. This room is perfect for an intimate evening getaway.
Located upstairs in the Main House, it still hosts one of the two original bed frames from the 1842 Farmhouse. This room is named for the game birds that Jim McGovern raised on property. Pleasing pheasant prints compliment the greens and reds which are used throughout. From the west-facing windows, look out into the Green Mountain National Forest and catch a glimpse of Haystack Mountain.