Three Stallion Inn

Three Stallion Inn

Liz Tolve

665 Stock Farm Rd
Randolph, VT 05060

(800) 424-5575

Nestled in the foothills of the Green Mountains and alongside the Third Branch of the White River, is a charming and peaceful family owned Inn. We are located in the middle of 1,300 acres and in the geographic center of Vermont, offering the finest in recreation and relaxation.

All guest rooms have phones, cell phone service, high- speed Internet access and 32” flat screen high definition television sets. Enjoy “The Sporting Life” while playing a round of golf at the adjacent 18- hole Montague Golf Course or tennis on our all- weather courts. 50 km of hiking, biking, x- c skiing and snow shoeing trails start at our fully equipped Sports Shop.

Our newly renovated rooms include bathrooms with heated marble floors, Carerra marble countered vanities and steam showers. The bedrooms are furnished with top of the line Euro pillow top beds and new luxury carpets.

Our location, in the geographic center of Vermont, means there are a lot of things to do throughout the area. Stowe, Sugarbush, Killington, Pico and Suicide Six are close by providing some of the finest downhill skiing in the East. In addition, we are within a short drive of some of Vermont’s finest golf courses.

A number of lovely streams offer challenging trout fishing. Central Vermont has a variety of lovely sightseeing trips or you can bicycle on 1,000 miles of mapped routes for hard road biking, as well as our own 4th class logging roads and single- track trails for mountain biking.

Our Green Mountain Fitness Center includes excellent physical fitness equipment, two whirlpools, a sauna and an outdoor pool. Of course, you can also just relax with a good book on the porch. After a wonderful day, enjoy the excellent cooking of Chef Bob Hildebrand, Executive Chef, and Tim Kingzett, Chef de Cuisine, in our most attractive Morgan’s Pub or Lippitt’s Restaurant for “the best dining experience in Central Vermont”.

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