The Hyde Away Inn & Tavern is a farmstead, circa 1824, located in the Mad River Valley in the heart of Vermont’s Green Mountains.
Nestled between the quaint, historic villages of Waitsfield and Warren, the inn opened New Year’s Day, 1949 as the Ulla Lodge — a comfortable haven with friendly people, good food and a casual tavern where you can relax with friends before turning in for the night in one of our cozy rooms.
Since 1987, we’ve been providing visitors and locals with a place to come home to. We love what we do and hope that comes across to everyone who walks through our doors. A variety of lodging options — all different — from spacious suites for couples and families to the retro ski dorm rooms over the bar to the Hyde Away House.
The restaurant with it’s legendary tavern offers the freshest ingredients, produced by local farmers whenever possible, for creative and healthy fare. Mason jar cocktails with fresh squeezed juices, house-made cordials, and house-made ginger beer make interesting and tasty beverage offerings. We also have a great Wine List and micro-brews on tap featuring up-and-coming Vermont micro-brewers. A member of the Vermont Fresh Network, we serve food 7 nights ’til 10 pm.
The Hyde Away Inn is one of the few establishments in the Valley that offers dining, a full service bar and lodging under one roof. Year ’round, the Tavern attracts a regular crowd of locals and visitors who return year after year for the comfortable, friendly atmosphere, friendly staff, affordable pricing, and great food.
In the winter season, the Tavern is a popular après ski and night spot for skiers according to SKI Magazine:
- “authentic ski bar” (SKI, Dec 2010)
- “where Sugarbush and Mad River regulars have long gathered for pool, microbrews, and good grub.” (SKI, Dec 2013)
In the summer and fall, it is a gathering spot for wedding parties, bicyclers and hikers — in addition to our local crowd.
The Hyde Away Staff
The friendly staff at the Hyde Away is one of its greatest assets. Our employees work hard to ensure that guests — local patrons and tourists alike — have an enjoyable experience. Patrons enjoy seeing friendly, familiar faces from one year to the next.