The oldest house in Bennington Village circa 1774, the inn was built by Samuel Safford, who was a Lieutenant-Colonel with the "Green Mountain Boys" during the Revolutionary War and the Battle for Bennington in 1777. The house was built across the street from what was then Benton Pond, and the site of a sawmill and the first gristmill in Vermont, built by Samuel's father Joseph Safford in 1762. It was known as Safford Mills and operated well into the 1800's.
A Unique alternative to the classic bed & breakfast, Safford Mills Inn caters to those with a taste for crafted cocktails. local beer, appetizers & dessert at our next door location, The Miller's Toll, open every weekend.
All of our guests receive 20% off their bill from the lounge. A link to The Miller'e Toll website is on the tab above.
Room packages are also available, including local cheese, chocolates beer samplers, wine and champagne
Conveniently located within walking distance of downtown Bennington, we are close to shopping, restaurants and local historic attractions. Make us your evening destination where you can unwind in our cozy common rooms before you retire for the evening.