The Echo Lake Inn was built in 1840 as a Victorian summer hotel. Today it remains one of the few authentic Vermont country inns operating year round. The Vermont Country Inn’s rich heritage includes frequent visits by President Calvin Coolidge, Henry Ford, Thomas Edison and many other historic figures.
History changes some things but not everything.
A guest of the Inn in the 1890’s said of Tyson, the town in which the Inn is located,
“it is one of the few places where the dog star seems to be robbed so completely of his power”.
It is still that peaceful and quiet.