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The physical property for sale consists of The Brandon Inn and all of its furnishings. Here is an outline of the facilities and features within the 35,000 square foot Inn.

Main Floor

Among other features, the expansive main floor includes several dining areas, lounges, and the signature ballroom.

Brandon Inn main floor – not to scale

Dining Areas and Accommodations

The three interconnected dining rooms can accommodate a wide variety of event sizes and needs. Together, they allow for 215 seated dinner guests, per the Vermont State commercial restaurant permit.

Table set for wedding toast

Main Dining Room: 30′ x 55′. The main dining room accommodates up to 100 guests. This elegant room has central pillars, high ceilings, and period wallpaper. With wooden chairs and tables for 2, 4, or 6 guests, all which can be moved as needed, it is ready for business meetings, small conferences, weddings, and tour groups.

Garden Room: 23′ x 37′. The garden room is a bright, naturally lit room overlooking the back garden and lawn. Accommodating up to 40 guests, it is perfect for smaller parties, meetings, or more intimate events.

Wicker Room: 16′ x 45′. Primarily used as the breakfast room, the wicker room seats 40 to 50 guests on round and rectangular white wooden tables.

Kitchen: All three dining areas are easily serviced by a 1,600 square foot state-of-the-art kitchen, with an additional 200 square feet comprising an office or dry storage room. Read more about all the kitchen facilities here.

Event Spaces, Lounges, and Featured Facilities

The elegant ballroom is one of the busiest rooms in the Inn. It can be easily cleared for all kinds of events.

Ballroom: 38′ x 35′. The ballroom is one of the most popular spaces of The Brandon Inn, with high ceilings and parquet floors. It is furnished with comfortable sofas and chairs, Persian-style rugs, and a baby grand piano, but frequently cleared for dancing, receptions, band concerts, and dinner theater. The ballroom also houses a large projection screen, discretely hidden behind wall tapestries when not in use, making it a great spot for meetings.

Sunroom: 16′ x 18′. This aptly-named room is attached to the ballroom and furnished with rattan furniture. With south-facing windows, the sunroom is the perfect spot for a morning cup of coffee while browsing the brochure racks.

Library & Games Rooms: 17′ x 18′. Attached to the ballroom, these two interconnected rooms provide a quiet spot to escape the festivities, enjoy a good book, or play a board game.

Cocktails on the front porch

Front Porch: 64′ x 15′. The first space to welcome guests entering the Inn, this four season porch features heating under the marble flagged floors. Guests love to relax in the rocking chairs, share an afternoon tea, or have a casual meeting at the round glass-topped tables.

Back Porches: 1 – 6′ x 14′. An open porch with a wheelchair ramp accessing the parking lot. 2 – 11′ x 5′. Used as a storage space for guests’ bikes, skis, and other recreational equipment.

Pub: 19′ x 17′. This full service bar seats approximately 20 and features tiled floor and wall panels painted by beloved Brandon folk artist Warren Kimble.

Tavern: 20′ x 12′. The tavern seats approximately 25 with a full bar and sink.

Front Entrance Lobby: 16′ x 29′. One of the first spaces to welcome guests, this marble tiled entrance showcases the grand staircase, historic elevator, and Inn memorabilia.

Main Lobby: 17′ x 55′. The impressive main lobby features high-ceilings, a carved oak log fireplace, central chandelier, and spaces for guests to lounge or chat.

Elevator: The historic circa 1906 Otis elevator was recently upgraded in compliance with Vermont State standards. It is staff operated and services all floors.

Full Basement: The 860 square foot basement houses the laundry room, with commercial washing and drying facilities, boiler room, pool room, and numerous storage rooms.

Upper Floors

Accessible by the grand staircase or 1906 staff-operated elevator, the upper three floors contain 39 guest rooms and two common rooms for small groups to gather.

Guest Bedrooms and Bathrooms: 39 guest rooms and suites, each of which has a private bathroom, comprise a total of 64 beds. The Inn has a Vermont State commercial permit for lodging up to 110 people. Read more about the breakdown of beds, bathrooms, and room configurations.

Upstairs Common Rooms: Guests often gather with family and friends in one of the two sitting rooms on the upper floors, each of which contain rattan furniture and a TVs.