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The Okemo Inn, built in 1810 as the private home of Reverend Peter Read, the first pastor of the Congregational Church, was also one of the first traditional New England homes in Ludlow. The Inn has a rich and diverse history spanning its 192 years, during which time it has also served as the homestead for several generations of farming families.

During the early 1900's, when the Ludlow woolen industry was at its peak, the house was known as the Locust Hill Inn, owing to the vast number of Locust Trees so prominent in the area. The inn then catered to summer visitors to the Green Mountains.

After having changed owners many times in its long history as a private home, the buildings and surrounding property were sold once again, and in 1962, new owners began major renovations to convert this lovely old home into a truly unique Country Inn. In 1972, present day Innkeepers, Ron and Toni Parry purchased the Inn and have dedicated the past 31 years to ongoing restoration, decoration and time-honored traditions of New England Hospitality.

Appropriately named after the beautiful mountain which towers behind it, the Inn has undergone major restoration over the course of its history. Careful planning and dedication to detail have resulted in the harmonious blend of rustic charm and modern amenities. Original hand-hewn beams and wide pine flooring are still to be found, along with eight fireplaces, two of which are still in use today, offering a toasty blaze on cold winter days. History enthusiasts will truly delight over the many unique and beautiful antiques used to furnish the Inn, many of which date back to the early settlement days of the Northeast.

A view of our toasty "1810" Hearth

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