This charming town attracts visitors with its vibrant art scene, historic atmosphere, and a plethora of restaurants specializing in American and regional cuisines. The city is home to the Woodstock Inn & Resort, which was constructed in 1969, and is known for its traditional, authentic New England offerings. About 10min. from town lies the Long Trail Brewing Company, one of Vermont’s many local craft breweries, where you can taste some of the state's excellent craft beer, inspired by Bavaria’s Hofbräu House.
To experience an authentic New England atmosphere, head out to Grafton, where you’ll see historic bridges, family-owned farmsteads, expanses of green land, and charming country inns. Nestled in the Green Mountains, don't miss the Grafton Village Cheese Co., where it’s truly worth queuing for handmade variations of cheese. Be sure to try the truffle cheddar, sheep gouda, and Emmentaler as you observe how some of Vermont's most experienced cheesemakers perform what they do best.
Leaf peepers and nature lovers will fall in love with Quechee’s fiery reds, oranges, and yellows that highlight the rolling hills and valleys in autumn. Wherever your travel plans may take you, don’t forget to visit the Quechee Gorge, to see the rapids and white waters from the Route 4 bridge.