Guestrooms with a Bath Tub

Main House Starting at $169/night

Addison Room

Room 26 is named after Middlebury’s Addison County in Vermont’s Champlain Valley. Located on the second floor of the Main House, the Addison Room has bold and fun red walls and a matching crimson-colored claw-foot soaking tub in the bathroom, which also features… Read More

Main House Starting at $169/night

Clark Room

Room 28 captures our imagination because it’s like an artist’s garret with cozy sloping ceilings. It’s a favorite among Middlebury College students and professors. Prospective and visiting Middlebury College families like it, too. The room features a queen-size bed, a twin-XL memory-foam sleeper… Read More

Gate House Starting at $139/night

Lucy Ford Slade Room

Located on the second floor of the Gate House, Room 33, the Lucy Ford Slade Room, is named after a local resident and friend of the original house owner. It is a perfect alternative to rooms in central Vermont hotels. The room is… Read More

Gate House Starting at $139/night

Cartmell Room

Room 31 is the only first-floor room in the Gate House and is named for the family who owned the building before it was added to Swift House Inn. This room boasts a fresh tan color, above-the-bed lighting, two modern chairs with a… Read More

Gate House Starting at $139/night

John Deere Room

Room 35 is named after famous Middlebury resident and tractor magnate John Deere. Located on the second floor of the Gate House, the room features a locally made, queen-sized cherry wood bed, and a comfortable chair. Bright yellow and green walls create a… Read More

Gate House Starting at $139/night

Alexander Twilight Room

Alexander Twilight was the first African American college student in the United States and graduated from nearby Middlebury College in 1823. Room 34 is the largest of the five Gate House rooms and is located on the second floor, with no rooms bordering… Read More

Gate House Starting at $139/night

Turret Room

Room 32 is located at the front of the Gate House on the second floor. Although this is one of our smallest rooms, its uniquely Victorian circular shape and light green wallpaper with large white circles make it one of our most… Read More