Antique Mansion Bed & Breakfast

Antique Mansion Bed & Breakfast

This traditional Bed and Breakfast in Rutland, Vermont, offers the homey vibes every weary traveler wants when visiting Vermont. The Antique Mansion Bed and Breakfast is located in a historic mansion that also serves as the owner’s home, this B&B has five rooms and an apartment situated in the historic barn on the same property.

The B&B is located in Central Vermont close to all the fun sights the state has to offer.

Breakfast is served every morning in the Dining Room.

Rooms at the Antique Mansion Bed & Breakfast

The Fletcher Suite offers a king-sized bed, rocking chair, an electric fireplace, and an attached bathroom with a clawfoot tub and shower.

Secondary Room includes a queen bed, night tables, clothing hangers, and space for luggage.

The Villard Suite features a double and queen bed plus a futon, a desk, a coffee table, a fireplace, and an attached bathroom with tub and shower combination and a towel warmer.

Arabella Rose Room has all the antique charm with an antique bedstead, queen-sized bed, twin bed, cable TV, antique desk, dresser, and recliner, as well as a private bathroom directly across the hall.

Redfield Suite features antique furniture, a queen bed, charming wallpaper, a TV built-in armoire with cable, a sitting room with a desk and day bed set up as twin beds, and an en-suite bathroom with custom tiles in the shower and bench.

The Barn Apartment  has a queen bed, a large living room with a sofa, and a small convertible for a smaller member of the group, plus Wifi and Cable TV, a bathroom with shower, a kitchen with range, full-size refrigerator, and microwave. Guests in this apartment will not have breakfast prepared for them by B&B staff.

The Mansion’s History

The home of the Antique Mansion Bed & Breakfast dates back to 1867 when it was first built by Redfield Proctor. He and his wife Emily Jane Dutton raised five children together. He returned to Vermont from Boston to become part of the Union forces. After the Civil War, Proctor built the home and owned it until his death in 1908.

Proctor was the founder of the Vermont Marble Company, was Governor of Vermont in 1878, and was even Secretary of War from 1889 to 1891. His work with the marble company helped develop a town that would later be named for him.

For years, the house was passed between prominent local families until June of 2010 when it was approved as a Bed and Breakfast.

Antique Mansion Bed & Breakfast Dining Room
Enjoy breakfast in the dining room | Photo courtesy of
living room at Antique Mansion Bed & Breakfast
Traditional decor and antique furniture | Photo courtesy of

Take Amtrak to Antique Mansion Bed & Breakfast

Stay at this charming location via Amtrak to Rutland Station.