Friends & neighbors,
As of September 1st, we are taking a break. We have made the choice to close the bed and breakfast as well as the pub for the rest of this season to ensure that we will be able to open again for the 2021 season. This is not an easy decision, but it is the best one to ensure the Shoreham Inn & Pub is here for years to come.
We will spend some of our down time traveling and visiting our kids. The rest will be spent working on some projects around the Inn.
We do ask that everyone do everything in their power to help end the Covid-19 pandemic. Please wear a mask when outside your home, social distance whenever possible, wash your hands regularly, keep your groups to a minimum, stay home if you are feeling sick, and be mindful of the health and safety of everyone in our community. There are many small businesses, especially in the hospitality sector, that will not make it through this if it continues into spring and beyond.
Thank you for all of your support and encouragement. We are so thankful to be a part of this community. We will miss seeing everyone and look forward to reconnecting when we open again. Please, continue to support all small businesses as much as possible.
See you soon!!
Andrew and Elizabeth
Welcome to the Shoreham Inn, located in the beautiful Champlain Valley where apple orchards and dairy farms abound. This quaint country inn has been welcoming travelers and patrons for over 200 years! We look forward to having you as our guest for an overnight stay, dinner, or both.
The Inn offers 7 uniquely decorated guest rooms with private baths in the main house. A recently renovated sheep barn holds 3 modern loft-style suites, each with its own private entrance, a bedroom, a separate sitting room, and a small kitchenette.
The pub, located on the first floor of the main building, is open 5 nights a week serving pub-style food as well as more traditional American comfort-food.
Book on this site or call the Inn directly to get cheapest rate!
Things to Do
Shoreham is situated between Lake Champlain and the Green Mountain Forest, providing plenty of opportunies for hiking, biking, bird watching, fishing, and more.
The Moosalamoo National Recreation Area, which covers almost 16,000 acres, is not far from the inn. Their online site offers interactive maps to help you plan you day.