The Stable Inn

Rochester, Vermont

A fresh, innovative approach to an old need, the need for shelter – rooms range from basic shared to private ensuite. Abundant common space and common kitchens provide plenty of room for your tall and short tales as you explore the treasures of the region. An environmentally forward gathering place for the explorers of the mountains and the arts alike. This 1840s timber frame which once held the agricultural supplies to satisfy the needs of this rural mountain community over a hundred years ago, now offers 14 beautifully renovated, fully climate controlled rooms powered by renewable energy – wood pellet heat harvested within 100 miles, solar, and heat pumps; clean air filtering year round and cooling in summer throughout.

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The inn is one of four businesses owned by Anni Mackay & Doon Hinderyckx within their BigTown Vermont (BT—VT) hub. BT—VT is a multi-functional environment that invites you to muse on rural Vermont life as you participate in the recreational and cultural offerings presented (in order of appearance on N.Main St.) by BigTown Gallery est. 2003, Green Mountain Bikes est.1987, Green Mountain Bikes Rental Center launching in 2024, and The Stable Inn est.2022. BT—VT is located in the heart of Vermont on Route 100 (awesome for motorists who love a scenic highway and a special destination), minutes from the Brandon Gap ski glades, and central to the Velomont Trail in the village of Rochester. For serious backcountry mountain bikers and skiers the Stable Inn provides a full amenities lodging oasis and is part of the VT Huts Association’s growing hut and hostel network.

Thanks to local trail organizers, Ridgeline Outdoor Collective, Rochester has an extensive local network of world-class trails for not only the enthusiastic backcountry biker but also hikers, and skiers. It is also a star on the Adventure Cycling Northern Tier Cross-Continental route from Portland, ME to Portland, OR. Rochester boasts four restaurants, a gas station, grocery store, laundromat, post office, a farmers market and an art gallery – BigTown Gallery. For more information visit