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On Main Street in Grafton, Vermont
Situated in the quaint town of Grafton (with a population of 600), the Grafton Inn is a beautiful historic home on Main Street within walking distance of several museums and restaurants. There are many painstakingly restored historic buildings in Grafton that deliver the charm of picturesque New England towns. Many of the historic homes are private residences and therefore are not open for tours, but Grafton is a very walkable town with several museums, art galleries, antique shops, and restaurants. Horse-and-buggy tours are also available.
This historic inn is a popular choice for weddings due to its picturesque location in Grafton and reputation for delicious food. The 45 rooms are spread throughout the Main Tavern and four guesthouses, all clustered in the same area. Rooms are typical for New England, with four-poster beds, lots of floral prints, and tight bathrooms. No rooms have TVs, but they do have iPod docks, and Wi-Fi is free (although some rooms have a spotty connection). Unlike similar nearby hotels, the Grafton Inn has extra features including , a fitness center, and a for swimming.