Email: Vickie & Jon Walluck, Innkeepers, The Waitsfield Inn
Toll Free: (800) 758-3801 | Phone: (802) 496-3979
PO Box 969, 5267 Main Street, Route 100, Waitsfield, VT 05673 | Fax: (802) 496-3970
Directions to the Inn
From New York City, Connecticut and western Massachusetts, follow I-91 North to White River Junction in Vermont and get on I-89 North. From the Boston area, take I-93 North to Concord, New Hampshire, get on I-89 North and follow it into Vermont. Once on I-89 North in Vermont, take exit 9. At the end of the ramp turn left. At the "T" turn left on Rt. 2 east. Go only 0.4 miles and after the curve, turn right on Rt. 100B south. Follow this for about 13 miles, keeping straight as Rt. 100 intersects. At about mile 12, pass through Waitsfield Village, and continue on to Irasville, the second village in Waitsfield. The Waitsfield Inn is on the left before and next to The Store. (Driving time from NYC is 5-1/2 hours, from Boston is 3-1/2 hours.)
From Burlington, Vermont, Burlington Airport and Montreal, take I-89 South to exit 10 in Waterbury, Vermont. Follow Rt. 100 South approximately 14 miles through Waitsfield Village into Irasville, the second village in Waitsfield. The Waitsfield Inn will be on the left after the village cemetery. (Driving time from Burlington, Vermont including Burlington Airport is 45 minutes and Montreal is 2-1/2 hours.)
From northern New York and points west and south, take I-87 North through Albany, New York (the Northway) to exit 20 (wait till after you have passed through Albany, the exit numbers will start over again). Take Rt. 149 East to U.S. 4 North at Fort Ann. Follow Route 4, proceeding East through Rutland, Vermont. About 12 miles past Rutland, turn left onto Route 100 North and follow for 44 miles. Just after the intersection of Route 17, staying on Route 100 North, the Waitsfield Inn is 0.2 miles on your right. (Driving time from Albany is 3-1/2 hours.)
Note: The directions listed here are what we believe are the easiest to follow. In some cases there are more scenic and perhaps more direct routes. We encourage you to refer to a map. During winter months some of our mountain roads/gaps are closed. Please call with any questions.