Arts Center

Cozy and private!

Just a few miles from Manchester town center. It is very easy to drive to and each room has an individual parking space right in front of it. I loved that each room felt like it’s own building. The rooms are spacious and each one is decorated differently. It was clean and we had all the amenities we needed. We had our own sliding door to the back lawn of the property and I’m sure it gets plenty of use in the summer. There really wasn’t much noise and we barely even knew other people were staying at the lodge until we saw them at breakfast. The pub and breakfast area are intimate and decorated with a variety of antiques. The breakfast portions are huge and they were able to make modifications to make our breakfast vegetarian. Would definitely come back and spend more than one night next time!

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Southern Vermont Arts Center – Manchester, Vermont

Established in 1922

The Southern Vermont Arts Center provides cultural, educational, and creative opportunities for all ages.

Situated amid over one-hundred acres of pristine forest in the heart of the Green Mountains, SVAC offers first-class, arts culture in a traditional New England setting. With a rotating calendar of member and guest exhibitions, the largest sculpture park in Vermont, and a busy schedule of dynamic classes for all ages, the Southern Vermont Arts Center has something for everyone.

Visitors can explore the twenty-eight room Yester House Gallery, home to diverse exhibitions featuring artwork, photography, and sculpture by our member artists. Across the courtyard, the contemporary Elizabeth de C. Wilson Museum offers one of the East Coast’s finest exhibition spaces outside a major city, and boasts over 800 pieces of 19th and 20th century art, including the world’s largest collection of works by Luigi Lucioni.

A wide range of courses, from figure drawing to watercolors, are offered year round at our downtown studio, Createplace, as well as on campus in the Joan Hay Madeira and Carriage House studios. Programming is created for all ages and all skill levels.

In the summer, the 400 seat Arkell Pavilion is regularly filled with audiences entertained by a variety of performing arts encompassing everything from dance and classical music to theater.

Those who come to Vermont for the outdoors will be able to enjoy our Boswell Botony Trail, as well as the many acres of woodland hiking when it’s warm and sculpture park snow-shoeing or cross country skiing when it’s not.

Visit SVAC.org for more information.

Great Little Place!

Delightful, friendly place to stay while in the area. The pub menu has something for everyone ( nacho plate is huge) and the bar has a wonderful collection of Scotch whisky at extremely reasonable prices. Rooms are well appointed and clean. The owner/operators were warm and friendly. We will be back next year!

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802-362-2336

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