About Sleep Woodstock Motel

Welcome to Sleep Woodstock, the classic mid-century motel built in beautiful Vermont by Mennonite missionary Abram Landis, first pastor of Bridgewater's Bethany Mennonite Church. Originally named the Ottauquechee Motor Lodge for the river that flows right across the road, Sleep Woodstock has a long tradition of offering visitors comfortable and affordable accommodations with park-at-your door convenience.

Come stay with us and see for yourself why our prices, location, and beds are so popular. Take a tip from one of our guests who wrote...

“With the money I save staying at Sleep Woodstock, I can shop more, play more, eat at all my favorite restaurants, and stay longer.  Thank you!” 
– Jeanne DeMata-Pothos –

Independently owned and operated by Leslie Browne and Patrick Fultz, Sleep Woodstock is a true motor inn with ample parking and 12 clean and cheerful rooms and a two-bedroom suite for budget-conscious travelers.

Constructed in 1959 at a time when gas was 25¢ a gallon and the Internet was dreams away, this bit of Americana has been renovated from top to bottom, while retaining its original charm.

Today’s motel includes free WiFi, flat screen TVs and cable, hair dryers, Keurig coffeemakers, microwave ovens, and mini-refrigerators in every room. Pet-friendly and wheelchair accessible accommodations are available.

Located along U.S. Route 4 (also called West Woodstock Road), the motel is close to all the area has to offer. Enjoy Woodstock’s vast array of eateries, galleries, concerts, and antique shops as well as world-class skiing, hiking, fall color, and whitewater rafting on the Ottauquechee River. 

Closed after Hurricane Irene, Sleep Woodstock Motel is experiencing an exciting revival welcomed by locals and visitors alike. The love Leslie and Patrick have for the area and their historic motel is surpassed only by their commitment to making your stay relaxing. You’ll sleep well (and for less) at Sleep Woodstock Motel. We promise.