Country Living

Guests feel right at home the moment they walk through the door.

The main house, built in 1825, is an exemplary model of Greek Revival architecture.

Butternut mouldings, maple wood floors and comfortable, country furnishings make guests feel right at home the moment they walk through the front door. Our bedrooms are cozy and comfortable and kept spotless! There’s plenty of space, and nooks abound if you’re looking to retreat to a quiet place and bury your head in a good book. Oh, and it wouldn’t be a farmhouse without a porch and rocking chairs.

Liberty Hill Farm & Inn is recognized as a Green Hotel. In fact, we’re Vermont’s first Green Agritourism Enterprise! We are committed to environmental stewardship and sustainability initiatives.

Rooms & Rates

Reserve the inn’s guest quarters for a comfortable and safe stay for your entire family!

Liberty Hill Farm is ready to host your family for a getaway from the daily hustle and bustle. Come enjoy Beth’s famous farm fresh meals and the quiet comfort inherent to the heart of Vermont and the everyday adventure that is life on the Liberty Hill Farm. Our farm chores are family-friendly and kid approved. Explore the hay loft and meet the farm animals – they love visitors! Our farm is centrally located and within an hour drive of many Vermont attractions. Think of Beth as your tour guide and she’ll cater a day trip route to your interests, complete with a hand marked map. For dinner, a feast of family favorites and comfort dishes that will round out your day and fill your tummies with farm-fresh food.

Included in Your Stay:

  • Farm fresh bountiful breakfasts every morning
  • Feast of comfort dishes that will fill your tummies for dinner every night
  • Family-friendly chores on the farm!
  • Cross country skis and snowshoes available to enjoy the vast trail system around the farm
  • Take a stroll on our property – meet the farm animals or build a snowman!
  • Travel maps available for day trips in the area, Beth can help you plan your day.
  • Free, reliable Wi-Fi is available throughout the inn.

Rooms: We have seven guest rooms with a variety of accommodations. Five of the rooms each have queen size beds, one room has two twin beds, and the other room has 4 twin beds. Beth will listen to what you and your family and friends need and assign rooms to make the best arrangement.

Rates per person per night: Dinner served at 6 pm, lodging, full breakfast at 8 am and all farm activities are $162 per adult, $92 per teen, and $82 per child per night plus VT 9% room and meals tax, all inclusive.

We are currently requiring a two-night minimum for reservations. A nonrefundable deposit equivalent to one night’s stay is required at the time of reservation. Vermont’s room and meals tax of 9% and gratuity are not included. We accept payment by check, cash, or credit card. Visa, MC and Amex only.


Local Life

Calling all culture seekers, history buffs, outdoor enthusiasts and naturalists.

Liberty Hill Farm is nestled in the quiet comfort of the countryside and yet only a stone’s throw (or maybe a hurl) from the area’s most inspiring sights. There’s the inimitable Shelburne Museum, the vast Green Mountain National Forest, and the scenic Silver Lake State Park among other destinations listed below.

Shelburne Museum: 150,000 exhibited works of art, design and Americana.

Green Mountain National Forest: Nearly 400,000 acres rife with wildlife and begging to be explored by foot, by bike, by snowshoe or cross-country ski.

Robert Frost Trail: Walking trail that passes through woods on the farm once owned by the renowned poet.

Appalachian Trail: Longest hiking-only trail in the world.

Long Trail: Oldest long-distance trail in the U.S.

Catamount Trail: Long-distance Nordic ski trail spanning the length of Vermont

Billings Farm & Museum: Operating dairy farm and museum of Vermont’s rural heritage.

Silver Lake State Park: Sandy swimming area and scenic camping grounds – perfect for picnics.

Simon Pearce Flagship: Renowned restaurant with glass blowing demonstrations in a restored 19th century mill overlooking a waterfall.