About Salt Ash
The Salt Ash Inn is conveniently located near Killington and Okemo Ski Areas in Calvin Coolidge's hometown of Plymouth, in South Central Vermont. The Inn is a casual, home-style Vermont Country Inn. The main building is rich in history and much of our furnishings are antique and rustic. If you are more comfortable staying in modern accomidations we offer completely renovated rooms in our Carriage House Building. The Carriage House, built in 1990, features a 900sq. ft. 1 Bedroom Suite with Kitchen on the main level and 3 additional guest rooms on the upper level. The Carriage house is available as a vacation home rental for groups of up to 12. The main building was a 1830s stagecoach stop, a general store and a post office. It now offers 13 uniquely decorated guest rooms (all with private baths, TV's and telephones). We offer warm common areas for lounging or reading, a cozy rustic English style Pub with circular stone-hearth fireplace, and profuse WILD flower gardens surrounding the backyard and pool area. Sit by the fireplace in our fully licensed pub while enjoying a drink or use our free Wi-Fi. We are a very casual establishment and guarantee this is the most fun place to stay in the area. We are not your typical B&B, we do not offer fine dining, however we do offer a moderately priced Pub Menu for those wishing to dine with us. We are also happy to make recommendations for dinner for those preferring a fine dining experience. There is something to do for everyone for young to old and we gladly welcome all members of the family. We offer rooms that can accommodate singles, couples, families, and groups of friends. We even welcome your family dog in our 2 pet friendly rooms. The area offers great activities from skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, snow shoeing, ice skating, and ice fishing in the winter to hiking, biking, golfing, boating, river rafting, tubing, and beaches in the warmer months. In the fall foliage in the area is amongst the best in the world for a few week as the leave change colors and the trees prepare for the long cold winter. We look forward to welcoming you soon!