RAVEN'S LOFT
Seasonal Rates: $235-$355

Location: Separate Cottage with Two Floors
Bed Size: King Downstairs Plus Six Twins Upstairs
Amentities: This is the ideal accommodation for families with children.  The 1st floor features a living room with comfy seating, refrigerator and microwave, king bedroom and bathroom with a tub/shower combination.  The upstairs offers six twin beds divided into two areas with a bathroom in between with walk-in shower.  There is a TV on both floors.  This cottage is dog friendly.  The charges for Dogs are as follows: 1 dog - $40/night; 2 dogs - $55/night.  Ideal for 2-8 people.  All room rates are based on double occupancy, a charge of $35 a night will be added for each additional guest.

Rates are subject to change. Accommodations by Building

TESTIMONIALS

Feedback: Lodging // August 2013

"My husband and I and our dogs have been going to Dorset VT for the last 20 years. Our younger son was an acting intern at the Dorset Theater Festival in 1993. We have stayed at he Barrows House and the Dorset Inn many times. Now that the Dorset Inn has acquired The Barrows House our options for dog ..." - J G

Feedback: Lodging // October 2013

"My boyfriend and I decided on a short trip to Vermont after staying in New York City. Barrows Inn was recommeded by a friend and we are definitely glad we stayed here. The staff make you feel very welcome, the room was beautiful and the food was delicious! You could not ask for anything better reall..." - A T Perth, Western Australia

Raven's Loft is one of the most distinctive-looking buildings on our grounds, and there is great speculation concerning its historical purpose. Sources tell us that it originally belonged to The Forge, a blacksmith and ironworking shop located directly across the road. This explains the chimneys. Affiliated with a forge, it would have been common for carriages to be repaired there, and hence, we imagine, the building acquired its current name.

However, we have also learned that after the building was acquired by the Barrows Family, it served for a time as an office for The Knit, a wool company run by the Barrows that sent local knit-goods to stores all across the country.