Lareau Farm Inn is closing its doors to visitors through January 1, 2021 in an effort to keep everyone safe. We are accepting reservations for stays beginning after January 1st. Thank you for your support!
Stay with us in our historic farmhouse Inn. Our rooms feature antique furnishings, comfortable beds, and charming baths in a Vermont farmhouse setting. A full country breakfast awaits you in our dining room each morning.
The historic Lareau Farm was settled in 1794 by Simeon Stoddard and his wife Abiah. Simeon, a descendent of influential religious leaders in Conneticut, was one of the first settlers in Waitsfield and would later become the town's second physician. Learn more about our historic farm.