ABOUT THE OLD RED MILL INN
The Old Red Mill is a converted sawmill located in the center of Wilmington village in Southern Vermont. Eight miles to Mount Snow, four miles to Haystack Mountain, and minutes from biking, boating, fishing, golf (two 18-hole courses at Mount Snow and Haystack), snowmobiling, skiing (alpine and cross country) and hiking (Haystack Mountain, Molly Stark State Park, The Valley Trail System) – the Old Red Mill Inn is central to activities year-round. Village shops are charming and varied and restaurants begin 300 feet from our main entrance. Menus are available for guests to order online for pickup. Please check their websites for seating and reservation requirements during winter 2020-2021.
REGIONAL SITES WITHIN AN HOUR DRIVE
Important regional and historic sites are within an hour's drive. Jerry and Sheila can design custom excursion plans to satisfy specific interests.
The Weston Playhouse, Fine Regional Theater
The Vermont Country Store, Weston, VT
Center of the Vermont Marble Industry
The Bennington Museum
The Bennington Battle Monument
Manchester Center Outlet Stores
Robert Todd Lincoln's Hildene, Manchester, VT
Old Deerfield Historic Village, Deerfield, MA
Yankee Candle, Deerfield, MA
Kringle Candle, Bernardston, MA
Restored Antique Buildings at Kringle
MASSMOCA Art Museum, North Adams, MA
The Clark Museum, Williamstown, MA
Williams College and Art Museum, Williamstown, MA
Queechee Gorge and Simon Pierce Glass, Queechee, VT
The Billings Farm National Park, Woodstock, VT
Marlboro Music Festival
Pre-eminent Chamber Music in U.S.
July 4 - August 15
Affordable lodging near Mount Snow, Vermont
18 North Main Street • Wilmington, VT 05363
The Mohawk Trail - Scenic Drive
North Adams to Greenfield, MA
Berkshire East Resort
Winter - Alpine Skiing
Summer - Activities
Zip Line, Mtn. Coaster, Whitewater rafting
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. Constructed in 1828, it burned in 1904 and was rebuilt a year later to manufacture school desks. In 1939, the restaurant was opened and in 1955 guest rooms were added as Mount Snow began operation. Today, as an Inn for skiers and tourists, the Mill is again at the heart of the area's economy - tourism.