In the centre of the historic village of Weston, Vermont, in the heart of the Green Mountains and minutes away from the Green Mountain National Forest, is the Wilder Homestead Inn. Built by Judge John Wilder for his family in 1827 it is one of only two brick built houses in the village. Its seven bedrooms are charmingly decorated and immaculately clean. Some have original Moses Eaton stenciling from 1830 and some decorative Rumford fireplaces. You can enjoy fine dining in the romantic restaurant and a pre dinner drink in the cozy English style Pub.