The Craftsbury Room includes a queen bed, full handicapped bathroom, nightstand, chair and a dresser. This room is located in the original Newport City Inn and Suites building. Amenities also include Keurig Machine with 3 complimentary K-Cups, refrigerator, wireless Internet, cable television & flat screen TV, in-room air conditioning, iron and ironing board. Book now
Northeast Kingdom Facts (from WikiPedia): The state granted the town to Ebenezer Crafts, Timothy Newell, and sixty-two associates, on November 6, 1780. They named it Minden. It was changed to Craftsbury, in honor of Ebenezer Crafts, on October 27, 1790. Crafts was the first settler in the county. North Craftsbury was settled by the earliest pioneers, and was for many years the center of business and trade, not only for Craftsbury, but for Eden, Lowell, Albany, and portions of the neighboring towns. Continuing trouble with American Indians led to the successive founding of Craftsbury village (in a valley), East Craftsbury (on higher ground) and Craftsbury Common (on a hilltop).