Gunstock Inn opens again with new owners
“We’ve been trying to buy it ever since we heard it was for sale,” he said.
The inn was originally built as housing for workers who built the Gunstock Ski Area, one of the first projects of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s “New Deal” era, Shuster said.
“We’ve been looking to expand, and we bought it as a nostalgic country inn,” Shuster said. “We plan to make it a significant part of the local economy.”
In staffing the facility, the Shusters have more than doubled their payroll from that of the other three businesses. They have hired six senior-level managers, and are working on employing more people for the inn’s functions and its 74-seat conference room.
“It will be exactly what it has been and more,” Shuster said.
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