Situated on a hill with views of the Green Mountains of Vermont, the Fitch Hill Inn is a farmhouse dating from the late 1700s. Originally built for the Fitch family on their 100 acre farm, the house now sits on over 3 acres in a residential community. Fitch Hill Road is a paved, dead-end street, providing a quiet location with easy access from Vermont Routes 15 and 100. A bed and breakfast featuring four guest rooms and two one-room suites, the inn provides modern amenities in an historic setting with a home-like ambiance.
COVID-19 Travel / Visitor Restrictions change frequently. Visit our Reservations page to see our current restrictions.
Vermont state travel restrictions and map of counties from which visitors can travel without quarantining
We have always worked to provide a clean, safe stay for our guests.
We are increasing our cleaning protocols, leaving rooms unoccupied for 1 day between guests,
not entering guest rooms during most stays, and wearing cloth masks when indoors in the inn.
Guests must wear masks while in the common areas of the inn.
Bed and Breakfast Accommodations serving Hyde Park and the nearby towns
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Come Explore Northern Vermont...
Hyde Park is located at the crossroads of Vermont Route 100, a major scenic north-south route, and Vermont Route 15, which runs east and west from Burlington to St. Johnsbury. North and east of Hyde Park is the Northeast Kingdom, one of the most rural areas of the United States. To the west is the Champlain Valley, with Burlington, the Champlain Islands, and the farms around St. Albans. To the south are Stowe & Smugglers' Notch, Montpelier (the nation's smallest state capital), and Waterbury, home of Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream, the Cold Hollow Cider Mill, the Green Mountain Club, & Green Mountain Coffee Roasters. All around are the Green Mountains, with trails for hiking in the summer and fall and for snowshoeing, skiing, and snowmobiling in the winter. The Lamoille River flows through Hyde Park on its way to Lake Champlain and offers opportunities for fishing, canoeing, and kayaking. There are antique shops and art galleries to explore, and lots of beautiful scenery any time of year.