Our Rooms & Rates
Applewood Manor has five well-appointed, air-conditioned guestrooms. Four of the rooms are named after members of the Hoyt family who built the house, while the fifth room, Suzanne’s room, is named after Suzanne Hagenlocher, the previous owner. Our three grandest rooms are in the colonial front of the house, and the oldest part of the house has two smaller bedrooms. The pillow-top mattresses are really comfortable, and our linens are luxuriously soft. Each guest bedroom has its own private bathroom. (The bathroom for Suzanne’s room is next door to the bedroom rather than in the bedroom.) Our room rates include a delicious full breakfast. Please contact us about rates for extended stays, multiple room bookings, and frequent visitors.
Hannah’ room is bright and beautiful offering a blend of comfort and luxury. A romantic and restful night is promised by the King canopy bed with pillow-top mattress and comfy bedding. A wing-back chair and recliner provide a peaceful sitting area. A rollaway bed is available for this room. Hannah’s room has a brightly-decorated, spacious, en suite bathroom.
Hannah’s room rate varies from $130 to $160 (plus 9% Vermont Meals & Rooms tax).
Overlooking the yard and front of the manor, Noah’s Room is rich and spacious. The majestic four-poster Queen bed with pillow top mattress promises a restoring night’s sleep. Relax in one of the comfortable sitting chairs; put your feet up, read a book or magazine. A rollaway bed is available for Noah’s room. The en suite bathroom is quite special with oriental wallpaper, large corner shower, and double sinks with marble vanity top.
Noah’s room rate varies from $130 to $150 (plus 9% Vermont Meals & Rooms tax).
This former parlor has been elegantly transformed into a lovely first floor bedroom. The décor is charming with beautiful wallpaper, a stylish queen bed and an antique walnut/maple dressing table. The duvet is really light and cozy. The compact en suite bathroom is attractively decorated and provides a spacious tiled shower.
Sarah’s room rate varies from $125 to $140 (plus 9% Vermont Meals & Rooms tax).
Delia’s room is in the 18th century part of the house and has twin beds that can be easily bound together to form a king bed. Pillow-top mattresses provide soft and luxurious comfort for a peaceful night’s sleep. An elegant vanity stands in the corner of the bedroom, and the adjoining toilet/shower room, although small, is bright and appealing.
Delia’s room rate varies from $110 to $120 (plus 9% Vermont Meals & Rooms tax).
For the budget-conscious traveler, Suzanne’s room is our smallest room with a queen bed. It’s comfortable and pleasantly decorated. Because the bathroom is next door to the bedroom, cushy bathrobes are provided. The private bathroom is quite charming with oriental wallpaper and, because of the sloping eaves, a hand-held shower.
Suzanne’s room rate varies from $95 to $100 (plus 9% Vermont Meals & Rooms tax).