The Clyde River Hotel located in Island
Pond, Vermont was formerly known as the "Essex
Hotel." Built in 1866 it remains basically as it was back
then. The Hotel itself straddles the Clyde River,
which is the outlet for Island Pond (the lake) whose banks are only 100 feet
away from the front door of the hotel. It's hard wood floors still have a fresh
look shine to them, along with the "Grand Room"
the interior looks as it did years ago.
The exterior of the hotel also
remains for the most part as it did during the days years ago when Island Pond
was a very busy area. The first International
Railroad Junction in the United States was
established here along with lumber mills and factories.
3 p.m. / 11 am
Call for seasonal discounts and others.
Children under 10 stay free with an adult.
Credit cards, Money Orders and Checks are accepted to guarantee the
reservation, but the card will not be charged, except with prior notice on
certain holidays. In case of cancellation, please cancel at least 72 hours prior
to arrival to avoid a one night charge. No shows will be billed a one night room
For Information and Reservations Call
Location - 138 Cross St. Island Pond, VT.
P.O. Box 388, Island Pond, Vermont 05846-0388