2864 Darling Hill Road
East Burke, VT 05832
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The Inn at Burklyn is a historical, Neo Classical-style grand mansion built to be Elmer Darling’s private residence in 1904. It has been lovingly restored and renovated to offer luxury accommodations among pastoral Vermont views.
Relax in the comfort of our sitting rooms with roaring fires in original fireplaces and 360-degree views of Vermont’s singular beauty out every one of the inn’s oversized windows.
Imagine yourself strolling along our wrap-around porch or rocking on the sun porch, coffee and book in hand, looking into our historic greenhouse.
When you stay in one of our 14 beautifully decorated rooms, each with their own en-suite luxury bathroom, you’ll feel quietly at home.
Enjoy gourmet breakfast served onsite in our beautiful mahogany paneled formal dining room and gather at our cozy detached bar, Darlings (coming soon), for afternoon tea, a glass of wine, or cocktail, with quiet piano music in the background.
The Inn at Burklyn is excited to present our Restaurant serving a la carte dinners off a small, locally-focused menu each Thursday, Friday & Saturday evening along with daily specials. We also offer seasonal cocktails, local craft beers and our extensive wine list, featuring over 100 curated choices from around the world!
Thursday, Friday & Saturday seating is available from 5:00 pm through 7:30 pm by reservation.
WEDDINGS & EVENTS
From family reunions and corporate retreats, let us set the scene for a magical gathering. Our idyllic Vermont backdrop will bring a sense of calm, while the mansion’s 14 guest rooms and endless communal spaces will curate an intimate experience.
Let us provide the magnificent backdrop for your special day. The Inn at Burklyn sits on top of a hill commanding awesome, spectacular views in all directions. Our extensive grounds and gardens are spread out over 86 acres with an intimate greenhouse and private orchards.
Intimate indoor wedding celebrations
Alfresco garden rehearsal dinners
Bridal showers and luncheons