Conferences, Meetings and Retreats at Vermont’s Three Stallion Inn

Looking for a change of scenery for your next business meeting, nonprofit conference or board retreat? Think outside the box – and the big corporate hotel chain. Book your conference at the Three Stallion Inn in Randolph, Vermont.

Our rural Vermont conference location is the perfect antidote to the bustle of the city. Free from the distractions of the office, conference attendees often find greater focus and productivity in the relaxed atmosphere of the Inn. Need a break between sessions? Take a brisk walk on the manicured hiking trails just outside the front door and then come back refreshed and ready to work.

Make Your Meeting Productive and Memorable

The Three Stallion Inn can accommodate all your needs for both small and medium-sized business meetings and conferences.

  • The Great Room  holds 110 guests
  • Tavern  holds 45 guests
  • Covered Deck 90 guests
  • Tavern 40 people guests

We offer you various meeting rooms to work well within the size of your guest list.

The Inn is equipped with wireless Internet and audiovisual equipment.

We can handle video conferencing.

Chef Willy of Willy B’s Tavern provides on-site service for guests.

After-Meeting Activities

An after-hours reception is a wonderful way to celebrate the end of a successful event. Visit the bar for a few drinks or move out onto the wrap-around porch and spacious lawn overlooking the Montague golf course for a catered buffet.

For a week or weekend-long executive retreat, attendees may appreciate a round of golf at the Montague Golf Course to start or end the day. Winter weather is no barrier to recreation at The Inn.

Schedule Your Business Meeting or Conference

Contact or call 802-565-8500 to reserve a room for your next business meeting or conference.


On behalf of the Board of Directors and staff at Center for Health and Learning, I must thank you for an absolutely splendid day. The setting, the food (excellent, especially the soup and the salad dressing!), the hospitality, even the weather, contributed to a highly successful, fruitful and enjoyable event. JoEllen and I were anxious to make a good impression on our Board and, with your help, we did.
I didn’t get time to thank you after the Lt. Governor’s Legislative Breakfast, but I do want you to know how wonderful the setup was, as well as the food and your staff’s help.