Rooms

Each room at The Inn at Shelburne Farms is appointed with unique décor and furnishings, many original to the Webb home. We also have houses and cottages. When you stay or dine with us, you support the Farm's conservation and education programs. See Floor Plans. Our guest rooms are smoke free.

2014 room rates: $155-$480/night, depending on room size, view and season. Subject to change. 9% VT Rooms & Meals tax applies. 

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Overlook

Overlook
Bed:  King
Your View:  Lake
Bathroom:  Private Bathroom
May/June Rate:  $415
July-October Rate:  $480
Lila Webb’s expansive bedroom, Overlook, was filled during her lifetime with family mementos and photographs. Both this room and the adjoining South Room, originally Lila’s dressing and sitting room, have outstanding views of some of her favorite places—the lake, meadows and gardens.

White Room

The White Room, Inn at Shelburne Farms
Bed:  King
Your View:  Lake
Bathroom:  Private Bathroom
May/June Rate:  $415
July-October Rate:  $480
The White Room was originally two separate rooms: Dr. Webb’s dressing room and a guest room used by Dr. Webb’s valet during the 1910s and 1920s. This room offers a spectacular view of Lake Champlain, the Adirondack Mountains and the formal perennial gardens.

Webb Room

Webb Room
Bed:  Double
Your View:  Lake
Bathroom:  Private Bathroom
May/June Rate:  $350
July-October Rate:  $425
First used as a nursery, this room became Dr. Webb's bedroom after his children reached adolescence. The spiral staircase was added to connect his quarters with a dressing room and valet's bedroom above. This is now a separate guest room (The White Room). The Renaissance Revival-style bedroom suite originally belonged to Lila's father William Henry Vanderbilt.

Green Room

Green Room
Bed:  King
Your View:  Lake
Bathroom:  Private Bathroom
May/June Rate:  $350
July-October Rate:  $425
Family Friendly
The Green Room features a wonderful decorative pattern from the 1920s, influenced by oriental designs. During the restoration of the House, the wallpaper was copied from the original fabric on the screen. The south windows of the Green Room face the Coach Barn.

Rose Room

The Rose Room, Inn at Shelburne Farms
Bed:  Double
Your View:  Lake
Bathroom:  Private Bathroom
May/June Rate:  $350
July-October Rate:  $425
Family Friendly
The Rose Room was the bedroom of William Seward and Lila’s only daughter and eldest child, Frederica. The wallpaper, modeled after the original, is made to look like watered silk fabric. Much of the furniture, the enormous closet and the bathroom fixtures are original to the room. Family friendly when paired with West Room.

Brown Room

Brown Room
Bed:  Two Twins
Your View:  Lake
Bathroom:  Private Bathroom
May/June Rate:  $335
July-October Rate:  $395
This bedroom belonged to Vanderbilt Webb, the youngest son of William Seward and Lila Webb. It has a splendid view of the formal perennial gardens and a suite of marquetry furniture that features sycamore and holly inlaid in mahogany.

Lilac Room

Lilac Room
Bed:  Queen
Your View:  Lake
Bathroom:  Private Bathroom
May/June Rate:  $335
July-October Rate:  $395
Family Friendly
The Lilac Room offers wonderful views of the lake and gardens. From this vantage point you can see many of the mountains in the Adirondack range, and enjoy some truly marvelous sunsets across the lake and mountains.

Louis XVI Room

Louis XVI
Bed:  Double
Your View:  Lake
Bathroom:  Private Bathroom
May/June Rate:  $335
July-October Rate:  $395
The style of this room, popular during the nineteenth century, celebrated the French ruler and is characterized by elaborate applied decoration, pastel colors and floral patterns. The suite of painted furniture was purchased for the room in 1899 and is complemented by a wallpaper pattern and color scheme very similar to the original.

Pink Room

Pink Room
Bed:  Queen
Your View:  Lake
Bathroom:  Private Bathroom
May/June Rate:  $335
July-October Rate:  $395
Family Friendly
The quiet and comfortable Pink Room has an eclectic mix of furniture. The wallpaper is modeled after the original paper and was donated during the restoration of the House by the Old Deerfield Company of New Jersey.

South Room

The South Room, Inn at Shelburne Farms
Bed:  Two Twins
Your View:  Lake
Bathroom:  Private Bathroom
May/June Rate:  $335
July-October Rate:  $395
The South Room was originally Lila Webb’s dressing and sitting room adjoining her bedroom, Overlook. Like many other rooms in the house, the tiles of the fireplace inspired the colors used in the upholstery and draperies. The view from the South Room includes the Coach Barn, built in 1901-1902.

Empire Room

Empire Room
Bed:  Double
Your View:  Lake
Bathroom:  Private Bathroom
May/June Rate:  $335
July-October Rate:  $395
The Empire style, characterized by imperial colors and motifs, was made popular by the French emperor Napoleon and was inspired by designs created by ancient Roman, Greek and Egyptian rulers. All of the furnishings are original to the room.

West Room

The West Room, Inn at Shelburne Farms
Bed:  Queen
Your View:  Lake
Bathroom:  Private Bathroom
May/June Rate:  $265
July-October Rate:  $320
Family Friendly
This guest room, first a bedroom for the Webb children’s nurse, became a sitting room for William Seward and Lila’s only daughter, Frederica. The room features a lovely view of the formal perennial gardens, the lake and mountains. Family friendly when paired with Rose Room.

Blue Room

Bed:  Two Twins
Your View:  Pasture
Bathroom:  Private Bathroom
May/June Rate:  $265
July-October Rate:  $320
Family Friendly
The Blue Room was originally the sitting room of William Seward and Lila's eldest son James Watson. Family friendly when paired with Tower Room.

Colonial Room

Bed:  Double
Your View:  Pasture
Bathroom:  Private Bathroom
May/June Rate:  $265
July-October Rate:  $320
Family Friendly
This room, originally used by bachelor guests, overlooks the north end of the gardens and the wooded pathways of the Enchanted Forest. It features Colonial Revival style architecture and furniture that was very popular at the turn of the century. This Colonial Revival is apparent in the wing chair and spiral-turned bedposts.

East Room

The East Room, Inn at Shelburne Farms
Bed:  Queen
Your View:  Pasture
Bathroom:  Private Bathroom
May/June Rate:  $265
July-October Rate:  $320
Family Friendly
This bedroom, with its delightful easterly view to the meadows and Lone Tree Hill, belonged to William Seward and Lila’s third child, Seward, Jr.

Tower Room

Bed:  Queen
Your View:  Pasture
Bathroom:  Private Bathroom
May/June Rate:  $265
July-October Rate:  $320
Family Friendly
The Tower Room was originally used by William Seward and Lila's eldest son, James Watson Webb, as his bedroom while the adjoining Blue Room served as his sitting room. The selection of the blue and white floral patterned wallpaper from Clarence House was based on documentation of the room including an early inventory that identifies a floral patterned wallpaper on the walls. Family friendly when paired with Blue Room.

Yellow Room

Bed:  Three Twins
Your View:  Pasture
Bathroom:  Private Bathroom
May/June Rate:  $265
July-October Rate:  $320
Family Friendly
The Yellow Room served as a large guest room at the turn-of-the-century. It has a small adjoining room that was originally part of another guest room and now is furnished with a twin bed. The room also has a sunken bathroom, which was carefully designed so chambermaids would not disturb the room guests.

Dutch Room

Dutch Room
Bed:  Two Twins
Your View:  Lake
Bathroom:  Shared Bathroom
May/June Rate:  $200
July-October Rate:  $225
The elaborate ceiling and tin-glazed earthenware tiles surrounding the fireplace create the European character of the Dutch Room. The Dutch Room was originally used as a bedroom for visiting bachelors and overlooks different areas of the garden. Shared bath with Oak Room.

Oak Room

Oak Room
Bed:  Double
Your View:  Lake
Bathroom:  Shared Bathroom
May/June Rate:  $200
July-October Rate:  $225
This charming room is furnished with simple oak furniture, much like the pieces used to furnish Ne-Ha-Sa-Ne, the Webbs' lodge in the Adirondack Mountains of New York. The Oak Room offers delightful views of the lake and formal perennial gardens. Shared bath with Dutch Room.

Red Room

Red Room
Bed:  Two Twins
Your View:  Lake
Bathroom:  Shared Bathroom
May/June Rate:  $170
July-October Rate:  $210
This simple room offers twin beds and a shared bath. It has unforgettable views to the south and west of the lawns, gardens, lake and Adirondack Mountains. Like the Oak, Dutch, and Colonial Rooms on the second floor, the Red Room was probably used by bachelor guests. Two baths, shared with Cherry and Gable Rooms.

Cherry Room

Cherry Room
Bed:  Two Twins
Your View:  Pasture
Bathroom:  Shared Bathroom
May/June Rate:  $155
July-October Rate:  $165
Like the Oak, Dutch, and Colonial Rooms on the second floor, the Cherry Room was probably used by bachelor guests. The room is close to the north stairway leading down to the Game Room, where men often gathered in the evenings to play billiards, smoke cigars and drink brandy. Two baths, shared with Red and Gable Rooms.

Violet Room

Violet Room
Bed:  Two Twins
Your View:  Pasture
Bathroom:  Shared Bathroom
May/June Rate:  $155
July-October Rate:  $165
Family Friendly
With two twin beds and views to the East, this room adjoins the Gray Room and shares a bath. At the turn of the 19th century, violet and white striped wallpaper with bunches of violets served as a backdrop for the oak furniture in this room. Today, tinted walls set off the violets on the south wall that were handpainted during the 1985-87 restoration. Family friendly when paired with Gray Room. Shared bath with Gray Room.

Gable Room

Gable Room
Bed:  Two Twins
Your View:  Pasture
Bathroom:  Shared Bathroom
May/June Rate:  $155
July-October Rate:  $165
Like the Oak, Dutch, and Colonial Rooms on the second floor, the Gable Room was probably used by bachelor guests. The room is close to the north stairway leading down to the Game Room, where men often gathered in the evenings to play billiards, smoke cigars and drink brandy. Two baths, shared with Cherry and Red Rooms.

Gray Room

Gray Room
Bed:  Queen
Your View:  Pasture
Bathroom:  Shared Bathroom
May/June Rate:  $155
July-October Rate:  $165
Family Friendly
The paired Gray and Violet Rooms are simply delightful. Each has a whimsical wall painting (a small fox in the Gray Room) that were added during the restoration. The Webbs used both rooms to house guests. The view to the east features pastures and woods and the meadows surrounding Lone Tree Hill. Family friendly when paired with Violet Room. Shared bath with Violet Room.