Hyde Away Inn & Restaurant
The Hyde Away Inn is a part of Vermont history. The inn started serving travelers in 1949 as the Ulla Lodge, named after Ull, the Norse God of Skiing. The original farmstead was converted by Sewall and Arthur Williams — two of Mad River Valley’s earliest innkeepers. As with many Vermont buildings, additions and improvements were made to the original structure over time.
Today, we offer nine comfortable rooms in a traditional and fun Vermont setting. It really is special when the entire Inn is occupied with those in the same group. Your guests will be glad to have not just great lodging but also access to a classic Vermont tavern and restaurant.
Our nine rooms offer a variety of lodging options — all different — from spacious suites for couples and families to the retro ski dorm rooms over the bar. The Hyde Away is the perfect inn to come home to in the Mad River Valley.