Commencing our 23rd year, Rosebelle’s Victorian Inn an impressive three story manor with a second French Empire mansard roof decorated in ornate Italianate filigree is listed in the National Register of Historic places.
Handsomely and conscientiously restored Rosebelle’s offers travelers a truly Victorian mood in one of the finest and salutary corners of Vermont and New England.
Each of four spacious, comfortable and independently appointed guestrooms is furnished with unique period antiques and modern amenities for your conveniences.
The Inn’s elegant common rooms are comfortably arranged for ease of socializing with family, special friends or new acquaintances, or just relaxing with an interesting book.
Outside a porch with wicker furnishings awaits, or guests may stroll through our gardens occasionally with close encounters with hummingbirds and butterflies.
The Inn will bring you back home to a traditional New England feeling of a time when life at a country inn was the sweet smell of homemade goods and delightful foods from fresh grown Vermont products.
Our sumptuous signature breakfasts feature fresh baked muffins, scones or sweetbreads, fresh fruits, fruit juices freshly prepared, daily choice entrée along with freshly brewed Vermont coffees and assorted teas.
Rosebelle’s is located within western edge of central Vermont and nestled between Lake Champlain Valley, Town of Middlebury, Historic Brandon and western slopes of Green Mountain National Forest.
Our central location allows guests to relax, unwind, and enjoy ease of strolling into historic Brandon village to dine or shop and freedom traveling from Rosebelle’s to most Vermont special attractions, theater and events.
Local and nearby attractions:
Destinations of interest, Middlebury College, Summer Camps along Lake Dunmore, Lake Champlain Valley, and Brandon special events.
Summer Activities: Touring pristine valleys and byways, Biking Brandon and Lake Champlain Valley back roads, Biking along Long Trail, National Forest and Moosalamoo recreation area trails, golfing at Neshobe, and shopping Vermont made products.
Winter Activities: Cross country and Alpine Skiing within minutes away, snowshoeing on popular trails
Historical and Special Interest: The birthplace of Stephen Douglass, Rosebelle’s property once used as Underground Railroad site, property was private residence of Warren Kimble famous folk artist mid ‘70s to ‘80s, visit covered bridges and unique old cemeteries, explore Fort Ticonderoga only minutes away.
Foodies and Gourmets who love food will love local eclectic dining at Café Provence. Vermont’s a Mecca of chef-owned and operated fine dining establishments, orchards and farms with savvy entrepreneurs turning out artistic food products to delight most palettes; wineries and breweries for tasting and purchasing products and wares.
Our priority is making you comfortable like being at home while away from home.