The Darling Inn is a historic former hotel building in the center of Lyndonville, Vermont.
Built in 1927–28, it is a rare example of the state of an architecturally neo-Federal building, and one of the last major constructions during the state’s Colonial Revival period.
Now converted to a senior care facility, The Darling Inn it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.
The Darling Inn is opened 5 days a week serving a noon time lunch.
They are opened to the public, and welcome anyone who wants to eat.
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