Best Country Inns in the USA

 
1. Rabbit Hill Inn - Nice tavern. Lower Waterford, Vermont
2. Windham Hill Inn - West Townsend, Vermont
3. The White Barn Inn - Kennebunk, Maine
4. High Hampton Inn - Great Family Inn, Cashiers, NC
5. White Lace Inn - Sturgeon Bay, WI
6. Gideon Ridge Inn - Blowing Rock, North Carolina
7. The Castle Inn on the Hudson - Tarrytown, NY
8. Whale Watch Inn by the Sea - Gualala, CA
9. Glendorn Inn - Bradford, PA
10. Greystone Inn - Lake Toxaway, NC
 
Rabbit Hill Inn - Established in 1795, the Rabbit Hill  is an elegant, luxurious Vermont bed and breakfast country inn.  This inn is a perfect New England vacation destination for romantic getaways, honeymoons, celebrations and relaxing escapes.
     The Inn has nineteen romantic, lavishly appointed guest rooms and suites.  Most rooms have fireplaces, and many have luxurious double whirlpool tubs, heavenly canopy beds, and intriguing antiques. All rooms are steeped with charm and elegance, designed with your needs and comforts in mind.



Windham Hill Inn -  This Vermont Inn is a peaceful country house with spotless rooms, an elegant-yet-approachable cuisine, a "comfortable" dress code, books and puzzles, and music in many forms. During your stay you are pampered by a caring staff and by innkeepers eager to share the pleasures of their Green Mountain home.
     In the spring, summer or fall, guests hike the Inn's 4 mile network of trails through 160 acres of pine and maple forest and rock-wall edged meadows covered with wild flowers. In two nearby state parks, guests can hike along a rushing white water river (picnic on the sun-lit rocks midstream), or climb to a scenic mountain vista. Enjoy a swim in our brick-terraced heated pool or a game of tennis on our native Vermont clay court, both overlooking spectacular views down the valley. Golf, biking and horseback riding are all available nearby.
     In the winter, guest can experience 10 kilometers of groomed cross country ski trails here at the inn or sample the conditions at any of five nearby cross country touring centers. Downhill skiing at Stratton, Mount Snow or Bromley is just 25 minutes away. They may also choose to experience an adrenaline rush on a toboggan, skate under the lights on the inns pond or snowshoe through endless untracked wilderness out the back door. 
 
The White Barn Inn - Kennebunkport's White Barn Inn is located on Maine's southern rugged coast.  This historic farmhouse in Kennebunkport perfectly fuses local charm and international modernity. Rooms have fireplaces and whirlpools, hand-painted furniture, and plush robes. The Inn's AAA five-diamond restaurant is located in two restored barns dating from the 1860's. Its delightful rustic atmosphere is contrasted with a refined continental prix fixed menu the showcases the exceptional local seafood.
 
High Hampton Inn -  This resort  is nestled high in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains near Cashiers, North Carolina. Tall hemlocks and mountain laurel accent the mixed hardwoods of this 1400 acre resort.
Majestic mountains, a private thirty-five acre lake, and gardens surround our historic country inn.
     Besides the inn, High Hamption has a series of cottages that surround the lake. Recreation at the Inn includes golf, tennis, fishing, boating, a children's play area, and series walking trails.
 
White Lace Inn - The White Lace Inn is composed of four beautifully restored Victorian houses connected by meandering garden paths in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. The inns rooms and suites offer fine antiques and ornate Victorian or canopy beds. The suites include oversized whirlpool baths, fireplaces, down comforters and many other amenities.  Lemonade or hot chocolate and cookies are offered upon arrival. In the morning, the delectable offerings include items such as cherry apple crisp and creamy rice pudding. The innkeepers, Bonnie and Dennis and their staff invite you to enjoy their Door County hospitality.

Gideon Ridge Inn - Gideon Ridge Inn is ten delightful guest rooms with mountain breezes, French doors and stone terraces. Intimate walking paths through elegant gardens. Ceiling fans and wicker chairs. Antiques and good books. Fine breakfasts to linger over. Earl Grey Tea and fresh-baked shortbread cookies to savor. Bedrooms with warm fireplaces and comfortable sitting areas. Crisp cotton bed linens and well-appointed bathrooms. And in the library, a grand piano with a breathtaking view of the mountains.

The Castle Inn on the Hudson - Just 25 miles north of New York City, Castle on the Hudson is a historic medieval-style castle built over 100 years ago overlooking the majestic Hudson River. At 75 feet, its main tower is the highest point in Westchester County. Tower suites feature four poster beds, wood-burning fireplaces, marble bathrooms, turret alcoves and breathtaking views of the Hudson River and Manhattan. Along with the hotel's Zagat-rated dining room, Equus, The Castle has earned a worldwide reputation for excellence and remains a longtime favorite of celebrities and dignitaries.
 
Whale Watch Inn - is comprised of five separate buildings with a total of eighteen unique accommodations. These range from hideaway suites to rooms with a more traditional bed and breakfast atmosphere. Each accommodation offers a spectacular ocean view, private bath, fireplace and deck area. The stunning rooms are individually decorated and feature queen size beds with the finest linens and down comforters. Most have whirlpool baths, skylights, and small refrigerators or ice makers. Beach access is provided to all guests by a private stairway. Professional chefs freshly prepare a bountiful breakfast each morning, and your feast is cheerfully delivered to your room at your pre-selected time. This way, private dining totally complements the intimate adventure you're having.
 
Glendorn Inn - Hidden deep in a valley in the Allegheny foothills of western Pennsylvania, Glendorn retains the traditions and charm of years of family ownership. The sprawling redwood lodge and cabins nestled in hemlock forests provided a haven for the Dorn Family for the past 70 years. Today guests can visit and experience the privacy afforded by the 1280-acre estate. Romantic interludes, family reunions, or business retreats find Glendorn the perfect site. Accommodations range from the spacious Dorn Suite with a heated sun porch to the "elegantly rustic" Miller Cabin a short walk away across a rippling stream. Wood-burning fireplaces grace suites and cabins, and a two-story sandstone fireplace in the main lodge entices all to sit and imagine the years gone by.
 
Greystone Inn - The 1915 six-level Swiss architectural style mansion is today luxuriously furnished with period furniture and reproductions. High tea on the sun porch and a complimentary champagne cruise on our 26-passenger mahogany launch "Miss Lucy" reflect the lifestyle so closely identified with the likes of Thomas Edison, Harvey Firestone, Henry Ford and others who discovered that there is no more beautiful location for a North Carolina mountain inn.