Located at 14 Court Square is The Middlebury Inn is THE choice for your Middlebury wedding. The establishment first opened as the Vermont Hotel in 1827 and has been in continuous operation as a hotel ever since. Along with the 10 room Porter Mansion annex (great for the bridal party!) and two motel-style buildings annexed to the inn, 71 rooms are available to guests.
The Middlebury Inn has an excellent restaurant called Morgan's Tavern that offers an extensive array of menu options for your reception. Elegance is the order of the day, and The Founder's Room ballroom, Stewart Library, and Willard Room provide it. The Middlebury Inn can accommodate wedding parties of up to 110.
Home to Middlebury College and the UVM Morgan Horse Farm, the town of Middlebury was chartered in 1761 and is in Addison county Vermont. As it was being settled, and landowners were vying for having their property be part of the village center, a survey dispute resulted in Gamaliel Painter forfeiting his farm to Salisbury. He turned his focus to developing Middlebury village near his and Abisha Washburn's mill, and along with other other mills around the Otter Creek falls, they succeeded! By 1830 Middlebury was the second largest town in Vermont.
A focal point of the village is Court Square, just up the hill from Merchants Row and Main Street. A variety of shops, restaurants and galleries populate the village center, while on Exchange street, Vermont products abound with Vermont Soap, Otter Creek Brewing, and Made in Middlebury all welcoming visitors.
Other area points of interest include Lincoln Peak Vineyard, the Henry Sheldon Museum of Vermont History, Danforth Pewter and the Robert Frost Wayside Trail. Middlebury is a blend of classic and modern architecture, history, education and commerce - the perfect place for the your dream Middlebury Vermont wedding.