ABOUT THE OLD RED MILL INN
The Old Red Mill is a rustic, converted sawmill that dates to 1828 and is located in the center of Wilmington village in Southern Vermont.
Convenient to shops, galleries, and restaurants (walking distance), the "Mill" offers comfortable lodging at a moderate price. Eight miles from Mount Snow and minutes from Golf, Hiking, Swimming, Boating, Fishing, Snowmobiling and Skiing, it is central to all year-round activities.
STEEPED IN VERMONT HISTORY
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the "Mill" was the heart of the lumbering industry from the early 1800s to the late 1930s. It burned in 1904 and was rebuilt a year later to manufacture school desks and chair stock. The flood of 1938 destroyed the dam and all milling stopped.
The Mill reopened the following year as a restaurant, then was quiet from 1942 to 1946.
Rooms were added in 1955, when Mount Snow began operation.
Today, as an Inn and Tavern for skiers and tourists,
the Mill is again at the heart of the area's economy - tourism.
REGIONAL SITES WITHIN AN HOUR DRIVE
Old Deerfield Historic Village, Deerfield, MA
MASSMOCA Art Museum, North Adams, MA
The Clark Museum, Williamstown, MA
Williams College and Art Museum, Williamstown, MA
The Bennington Museum
The Bennington Battle Monument
Manchester Center Outlet Stores
Robert Todd Lincoln's Hildene, Manchester, VT
The Weston Playhouse, Fine Regional Theater
The Vermont Country Store, Weston, VT
Center of the Vermont Marble Industry
Queechee Gorge and Simon Pierce Glass, Queechee, VT
The Billings Farm National Park, Woodstock, VT