A 1780s tavern, the romantic Three Mountain Inn in downtown Jamaica feels authentically Colonial, from the wide-plank paneling to the low ceilings. Comfortable and intimate rooms are appointed with a blend of historic and modern furnishings, including heavenly featherbeds. Most rooms have fireplaces and mountain views, and three have private decks. Owners Ed and Jennifer Dorta-Duque attend to your stay and oversee truly enchanting dinners alongside wood-burning fireplaces.
Oct 4, 2006
We have stayed at Threee Mountain twice, both times to celebrate our wedding anniversary, and are looking forward to a third visit. The rooms are charming, tasteful and comfortable, the cuisine is outstanding! I saw a comment that the prices were not comparable to the quality - I couldn't disagree more. The price fixe menu is so reasonable for such a beautiful dinner. I have recommending the inn to many friends, and everyone who stays there loves
Jul 26, 2006
We stayed in the Wardsboro Room located in the Robinson House....a very short walk from the main inn. I could quite possibly state that this was the most comfortable bed I have ever slept and overheard another couple state the same! This room is located back from the road. A comment I had read elsewhere said the rooms in the front were subject to noise from the road. The breakfasts in the morning are truly a culinary delight. Wonderful scones,
breads, omelettes with locally made cheese.....yum. We did have dinner there one night and while it was tasty, I'm not sure it was of good value for the price.
May 24, 2004
We stayed at the Three Mountain Inn in Jamaica, VT for four very restful and tasty days and nights in May, 2004. The room (Jamaica Suite) was perfect. Exceptionally clean, quiet, and very nicely decorated. The three course breakfast each morning was creative, tasty, and delivered with a smile. We were looking for an Inn to get married at in Vermont and contacted about five different Inns. The Three Mountain Inn (Jen and Ed) were the most helpful and
did a great deal of leg work for their out of state guests including finding the perfect person to perform our very special ceremony. We also ate at the Inn several evenings. The meals were excellent and the presentation was so nice it was almost (just almost) a shame to eat it. It was hard to leave and we can't wait to go back. Try the scones they are the best. The Inn is on main street in Jamaica. A throwback to the unspoiled Vermont where every building has a story and every resident has a smile. The Inn even has Red Stripe in the pub for that ultimate taste of Jamaica.