The historic Strong House Inn is located in Vergennes, Vermont. This lovely bed and breakfast, featuring modern amenities coupled with original details, provides a wonderful and authentic setting for New England vacations and weekend getaways.
Samuel Paddock Strong built his house in 1834, in the Federal style with Greek Revival influences. Samuel was the son of General Samuel Strong who directed the Vermont militia at the Battle of Plattsburg during the War of 1812. He was also the grandson of John Strong, a local legislator and military leader as well as one of the first settlers of Addison County. Samuel Paddock Strong made his mark in business as President of the Bank of Vergennes and Director of the Rutland and Burlington railroad.