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The Governor's Inn

The Governor's Inn

(802) 228-8830

The Governor's Inn

36 years in business
86 Main St
Ludlow, VT 05149-1113
BBB File Opened: 01/01/1982
Business Started: 01/01/1982
Business Incorporated: 01/01/1982 in VT
Business Management
  • Mr. Charlie Marble, Innkeeper
Business Category
  • Resort
Number of Employees: 
14

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Overview

The Governor's Inn is one-hundred-year-old inn with eight guest chambers, each with a private bath. They have Victorian-era furnishings with heirloom antiques. The inn offers a full English breakfast, afternoon tea and a six course dinner. The inn also offers 4 course picnic hampers for both guests and the public, with just a few hours notice. No smoking is allowed. The business was established and incorporated in Vermont in 1982. They employ 14 people. Mr. Charlie Marble and Ms. Deedy Marble are the Innkeepers, and any questions or problems should be directed to their attention. The Governpr's Inn states a deposit equal to 50% of the stay is required to confirm a reservation. In the event of cancellation, the deposit will be returned, less a 10% service charge, provided the Inn is notified 20 days before the scheduled arrival date. The full daily rate will be charged if the guest arrives after the date specified for arrival or departs before the final date of the confirmed reservation.

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