Vermont July 04, 2019
This 193-Year-Old Bed And Breakfast Is One Of The Most Haunted Places In Vermont… And You Can Spend The Night
If you love spooky stuff, this little bed and breakfast in Vermont is calling your name. It’s nearly 200 years old, packed with history, and might even be home to a (friendly) ghost. Here’s what you need to know about visiting.
The Old Stagecoach Inn in Waterbury is a gorgeous inn with a spooky twist. This place is nearly two centuries old and the site of some creepy happenings. .
The inn was first erected in 1826. It’s been through many changes over the years, but has retained its gorgeous period architecture and quaint feel.
Obviously, 200 years is more than enough time for some ghostly vibes to accumulate. The inn claims to be home to one ghost that occasionally plays practical jokes on the guests and staff.
The innkeepers and employees have found newly made beds stripped once again, items moving by themselves, and rocking chairs rocking without occupants.
On one occasion, the innkeeper, Mr. Barwick, found that three guests had been checked into the inn at 2:30 a.m. When he asked who let them in, they responded that an elderly woman in a long dress had shown the latecomers to their room.
There was no such employee on staff, nor did the description fit any of the guests. The innkeeper remains a skeptic, but has admitted to being unsettled.
Of course, staying at the Old Stagecoach Inn is about more than ghosts. The inn provides beautiful accommodations that ooze Victorian elegance, as well as a breakfast that will have your mouth watering.
Stop by the Old Stagecoach Inn to experience classic Vermont hospitality…plus a few shivers.
You can visit the Old Stagecoach Inn’s
website for more information, including current room rates and how to book your stay. If you love things that go bump in the night, check out our list of some of the most haunted inns and hotels in Vermont.
Address: 18 N. Main Street, Waterbury, VT, 05676