Welcome to the Antique Mansion Bed & Breakfast, Rutland in central Vermont. For Room Reservations please call (802)855-8372
Rooms offer comfortable beds and seating, peaceful, quiet ambiance, authentic Victorian architecture and charming historic details. The Dining Room and Drawing Room have unique stories to tell. Surroundings provide their own appeal with barn, sculpture garden and benches for views and reflection. Relaxation and enjoyment characterize the Antique Mansion Bed & Breakfast. Stay in one of three beautifully appointed suites in the historic Italianate Victorian.View Accommodations
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The Green Mountains of Vermont offer endless wonders. Hike, bike or drive to explore covered bridges, fall foliage, outdoor markets, seasonal fairs and festivals. When ready, enjoy fine dining, museums, concerts and theater. Central Vermont has it all and the Antique Mansion B&B's convenient location, near crossroads, downtown and Amtrak station, can help you connect with all the great things you want to see and do.View Local Area Attractions
The mansion boasts some fascinating history. Built in 1867 by native son Redfield Proctor, it was called at that time "The Barracks". Proctor's spheres of Politics and (the marble) Industry were eclipsed by the literary, banking and railroad ties of the Clement family. Artistic themes flourished with comic book writers visiting in the early 1970's. The property became the Proctor-Clement House when it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1981.Follow the trail of history.Learn More
My husband, daughter, and I stayed there one night before we dropped our daughter off at camp & then my husband and I stayed there another 2 nights. It is a lovely bed and breakfast in a beautiful historic home. Sallie is lovely, interesting, and personable. She was always willing to help with suggestions for interesting and beautiful places to go and told us about the history of the property and Rutland. She prepared us fabulous breakfasts and made sure to accommodate our daughter’s lactose intolerance the night she was with us. Every day she left cookies, tea, and coffee in the library.
We would definitely stay there again and recommend it to anyone. It was very relaxing and helped to make our trip pleasant and memorable.
“I don’t have any hesitation to stay at the Antique Mansion B&B when in the Rutland area. We picked this off of Trip Advisor and had a wonderful long weekend celebrating my birthday. The house is beautifully restored with all of the flavor of an old Vermont mansion. The first thing that strikes you is the long elegant staircase leading to the charming rooms. We loved the period decor of the rooms and the whole house for that matter.
Sallie and Larry are extremely hospitable and make you feel immediately at home and even like an old friend.
No complaints just great memories. ”