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Homestyle Hostel | A Modern Vermont Inn & Restaurant
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“A quaint eight-bedroom inn on Main Street in Ludlow, VT, just a mile from Okemo’s snow-covered trails via the free shuttle. At the Homestyle Hostel Inn & Restaurant … a chef whips up dinners Thursday through Sunday nights, and when the chef isn’t in the kitchen, guests are welcome to use the space to cook for themselves.”

Outside Magazine

“Homestyle Hostel Inn & Restaurant in Ludlow has done a hip update of a traditional concept … Eliza Greene and Justin Hyjek came across a deal they couldn’t refuse on Ludlow’s charming main street. Five months later, they opened the doors on clean and serene lodging with a good restaurant.”

— The Wall Street Journal

“The 24-seat cafe is the perfect place for guests and the public to relax and enjoy our hand-crafted cocktails, 20+ craft beers, select wines, and espresso drinks over apres ski or dinner.”

— Dig In Vermont

“Ludlow's downtown home-away-from-home for all types of travelers. Homestyle Hostel Inn & Restaurant isn't your average stayover—they offer a delicious locally sourced menu, inventive cocktail list, impressive beer selection and accommodations to meet any expectations.”

— Vermont Fresh

“Justin Hyjek and Eliza Greene’s Homestyle Hostel on Ludlow’s Main Street, at the base of Okemo Mountain, began as a lodging initiative and naturally grew into a place to gather in various other ways—not only sleep, but to relish in the bounty of some really great food and killer libations.”

— Cheddar & Gin

“The wraparound porch of the three-story home is dotted with Adirondack lounge chairs, potted flowers and patio tables painted seafoam green. Inside, along with a variety of accommodations, travelers will find a farm-to-table restaurant and an elaborate bar program with a craft cocktail menu that holds its own among the state’s best. There’s also a list of hard-to-find brews and wines and a selection of espresso drinks for any caffeine-craving patrons.”

— Seven Days