The Inn at Montchanin Village
Rout 100 & Kirk Road
Montchanin, DE 19710

302-888-2133
302-888-0389
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The village of Montchanin is not so much a hamlet as a microcosm of American history. Once part of the Winterthur estate, it was named for Alexandrine de Montchanin, grandmother of the founder of the DuPont Gunpowder Company. One of the few remaining villages of its kind, Montchanin Village is comprised of 11 carefully restored buildings dating from 1799 to 1910.
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Excellent Inn/Beautiful Area
"This inn was superb. It is in the Historic List of Hotels that you realize the moment you walk into the lobby. Our room was not ready so we waited in the main living area of the building. The room...read more"
written Sep 19, 2021 by Donna579
Nice to stay in an historic building
"We stayed at the Inn two times. Our first visit we were in Algernon. A beautiful large room with jacuzzi bath. Had more than enough room to spread out and the bed was very comfortable. Our...read more"
written Sep 13, 2021 by Carolandtom
Don't Bother
"Our room (Pierce) had an uncomfortable double bed. I felt unsupported, and like I was rolling down toward the center. I couldn't get comfortable, or sleep. After 4 hours I tried stretching out in...read more"
written Sep 6, 2021 by Sue B
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