Bed and Breakfast Burlington VT

Burlington, Vermont is an ideal getaway location with a thriving art scene, ample shipping opportunities, outdoor adventure, great dining, three colleges such as the University of Vermont, and numerous festivals. Staging at a bed and breakfast in Burlington VT places you in the heart of the excitement.

Bed and Breakfast Burlington VT
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Sitting on the outskirts of the University of Vermont is the 19th century home, The Lang House on Main Street. This historic bed and breakfast features period furnishings and antiques, high ceilings, beautiful woodwork and stain glass windows reminiscent of a Victorian home. Located in the bustling Hill Section neighborhood of Burlington, VT this inn is within proximity to Burlington International Airport, University of Vermont sport games and activities and downtown Burlington attractions. The Lang House on Main Street features 11 spacious guestrooms perfect alternative for a romantic getaway or for business travel. Rooms feature luxury various amenities such as fine wood-crafted furnishing, comfortable lounge chairs, private baths, and Italian bed linens. The inn’s staff provides outstanding service even before your arrival with their online concierge and event planning services.Each morning enjoying your choice of eggs made any way you want them, a syrupy dish or house-made granola for a delicious Vermont breakfast in the dining room or sun porch.The inn also offers an afternoon of complimentary homemade treats or purchase beer, wine and a cheese plate. Our inn is just a short walk away from the Lake Champlain waterfront. Enjoy an afternoon at the Flynn Theatre, galleries, museums, restaurants, shops. Stop by the Church Street Marketplace, a 4-block thriving city center, for a look into Burlington’s eclectic mix of shops and eateries.

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The Featherbed Inn is a casually luxurious 1806 farmhouse B&B, offering imaginative gourmet three-course breakfasts and optional dinners, large rooms complete with European featherbeds and ensuite bathrooms, outdoor firepits perfect for hanging out with old and new friends, yoga classes out on our meadow, and friendly hosts who are happy to help you make the most of your stay in the Mad River Valley. We are committed to making the Featherbed Inn a joyful yet safe destination, by providing spaces both indoors and out that allow for social distancing and by ensuring that all of our guests comply with Vermont’s travel requirements. All our rooms and suites have sitting areas with high-speed WiFi suitable for working/studying remotely. We offer a variety of lodging options, including a one-bedroom cottage and a two/three-bedroom cottage, each with full kitchens and comfortable living/dining rooms. Some of our rooms have separate entrances, and we have two spacious family suites. Some of our rooms, including the cottages, are dog friendly (please check with us in advance if you want to bring your dog). We are situated just around the bend from several wonderful restaurants and breweries (including Lawson’s Finest Liquids), next door to American Flatbread, and across the road from swimming holes in the Mad River. Staying at our inn means drifting off to sleep on a cloud of feathers, waking to creative and delicious breakfasts (and the best scones you’ve ever had), and rolling out the door and onto the best trails in the region. The Featherbed Inn is hands-down the place to stay if your idea of a good time is direct access to the best trails in the region, casual luxury in a stunning setting, scrumptious food, and the best of Vermont’s recreation offerings.

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The centerpiece of the quiet village of Hyde Park, Vermont, the historic Governor’s House is a bed and breakfast offering the quintessential New England holiday in the Green Mountains. Perfect for a Vermont honeymoon or romantic weekend getaway, this classic Vermont bed & breakfast is also ideal for family reunions, intimate weddings, or simply enjoying the fall foliage or sleigh rides in the scenic countryside. Our Jane Austen weekends are literary retreats which offer something for everyone in a lovely old mansion where Jane herself would surely have felt at home. And if you want to elope to a Vermont country inn, the Governor’s House is the picture-perfect setting and our elopement package includes everything you’ll need for a perfect wedding day. For modern comfort, we’ve added in-room high speed internet, cable TV, and VCR/DVD players, and to become an accessible romantic inn we have added a fully handicap-accessible room with a private porch and garden. Many original details have survived the century and the house has been restored and decorated to preserve the gracious elegance of an earlier time. You’ll find fresh flowers in your room and fresh Toll House cookies in the cookie jar. You’ll find cozy robes and lots of movies and even hot chocolate at bedtime. And you’ll always find a warm welcome. Charm and luxury abound inside this distinctive inn furnished with antiques, bedroom fireplaces, and a well-stocked library, but the Green Mountains also beckon, offering skiing, hiking, dogsledding, snowshoeing, fly fishing, and glider rides, to name only a few. Adjacent to the bike trail along the scenic Lamoille River which doubles in winter as part of the VAST trail, it’s an easy stop while biking or by snowmobile. Our tea room in the library offers a full English afternoon tea. Hyde Park is just nine miles from the world-class resort of Stowe with a multitude of restaurants, year-round outdoor activities, and cultural events.The Governor’s House in Hyde Park is worth the trip from anywhere, even the Twenty-First Century!

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You can take pictures in front of the city’s fountains, stroll the  brick-paved pedestrian mall, explore historical buildings, and shop at  the Church Street Marketplace in downtown Burlington.

Festivals happen throughout the year. Two of the main ones that attract visitors are the Burlington Discover Jazz Festival and the New Years First Night Celebration.

Pick a Burlington Bed and Breakfast that is located near Burlington Waterfront Park if you love the water. You can take an excursion boat, enjoy lovely views of Lake Champlain, bicycle, sail, or kayak on the lake.

    History

  • Burlington’s history goes back to the mid-1800s when the thriving city was categorized as the third largest lumber port in the United States.  The waterfront town was a lively and exciting place. Sadly, the lumber  industry started to decline in the 1900s and the railroad moved into the  city with tracks being laid and a rail yard constructed. However, the  time of the rail declined quickly, but Burlington still survived when it became a hub for the petroleum industry.  Gasoline, fuel oil, jet fuel, and diesel were all shipped on large  barges using the HudsonRiver/Champlain Canal system. Each year, millions  of gallons of fuel were shipped from the area. Up to 83 large oil tanks  liked the Burlington waterfront. Nowadays, the barge traffic has dwindled and the storage tanks are almost all gone.

  • Activities

  • Burlington has become a vacation hub as people flock to the city to enjoy everything that Lake Champlain. Stay along Church Street so you can enjoy the Church Street Marketplace or opt to stay where you can enjoy the views of Lake Champlain. If you would rather stay in a historical B&B then pick a romantic Victorian beauty as your lodging retreat. History lovers will want to check to the Shelburne Museum.

    Outdoor enthusiasts will love the many state parks that dot the area. You can take a picnic, fish, hike, bike, or watch the area’s diverse wildlife. The Adirondack mountain range offers rugged adventure and unparalleled views

    Many people opt to stay at a bed and breakfast in Burlington Vermont if they are visiting the University of Vermont or the Champlain College.  Whichever school you are touring, you’ll be able to find lodging  closeby with a wide array of b&bs so why not make a weekend getaway out of the trip.

  • Natural Features

  • Vermont is filled with natural wonders. Quechee Gorge State Park encompasses a large gorge that plunges downward 165 feet to the Ottauquechee River. The Burlington Burled Forest overlooks the North Beach. Within the small patch of  forestland, all of the trees boast burls in varying sizes on their  trunks. The burls are caused by the extreme winds that blow off Lake Champlain and cause the trees to twist and turn. Smugglers Cave is another  natural feature that may or may not have been used by local smugglers to  hide their treasure throughout history.

    Mount Mansfield is Vermont’s highest peak and favored for skiing and stunning views of the state.

  • Things to do

  • Without a doubt, Lake Champlain has been the crowning jewel of Burlington. It has driven the town’s economy and continues to be the largest draw to the area. The news of Lake Champlain are breathtaking and make visitors automatically want to explore the area’s many state parks and Adirondack mountains where they can hike, bike, boat, fish, and picnic.

    The city’s University of Vermont and Champlain College also draw several visitors to the area every year. You can stay near Church Street Marketplace to enjoy the charming vendors and retailers. If your getaway is going to be a romantic weekend for two then why not stay in a darling Victorian B&B.

    History buffs love exploring the Shelburne Museum. After a day at the museum, they can then stroll the town’s  streets with a new appreciation for the area’s unique history.

  • Weather

  • Burlington features warm summers with an average temperature of 81 degrees  Fahrenheit. On rare occasions, the mercury can increase to 89 degrees  Fahrenheit. However, typically the climate is lovely which is why  tourists flock to the area from mid-June to early September. In the  winter, the weather can become very cold and dip down to 12 degrees  Fahrenheit or even -6 degrees Fahrenheit. The wind often blows in off  the lake creating an even greater wind chill.

  • Food and Drink

  • Burlington, Vermont is a great place to grab a bite to eat. Jupiter is a great breakfast choice. The menu is always changing and boasts seasonal dishes. The Pingala Cafe is a vegan hotspot that is favored for lunch. At the Burlington Farmers Market, you’ll find a variety of food vendors serving up local favorites. The Scout and Company are known for their world-class coffee.  Zero Gravity is a local brewery and hangout hot spot for the locals. The House of Fermontology offers up famous sour beers that are sure to make you pucker. The Hen of the Wood is famous for its seasonal cocktails.

Bed and Breakfast Burlington VT FAQ

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  • How can I get around Burlington VT?

    You can reach Burlington, VT via car, train, plane (Burlington International Airport), or the Lake Champlain Transportation Ferry. Some buses run between Burlington and Boston or New York and Burlington. Once you are in the town, you can opt to ride a bike, use a car, or walk to explore the area.

  • Why Stay at a Bed & Breakfast in Burlington VT?

    Planning a weekend getaway to de-stress and relax? Or maybe you are looking forward to a romantic getaway with your loved one. Families often flock to the Lake Champlain for family fun at a vacation rental. If you are the parents of a student at the Champlain College or the Univerity of Vermont then you might need acceptable lodging during your stay. Why not stay at a Burlington Bed and Breakfast? You can find a boutique choice in the historic district of town where you can explore the Church Street Marketplace. Maybe book a Victorian B&B where you soak up unparalleled views of Lake Champlain and then explore Shelburne. Outdoor lovers might want to stay on the outskirts of town where they can head to a local state park or drive into the Adirondack mountains.

  • What type of amenities can I expect when booking a Burlington Bed and Breakfast?

    When you make a reservation at a Burlington Bed and Breakfast then you’ll want to know the check-in time. Also, try to find out if there are onsite parking and easy access to the establishment. Always ask to see if the guest rooms have private bathrooms or wifi. Many establishments provide free breakfast, bathrobes, and more for their guests. Some of the B&Bs even have a hot tub.

  • What Are the Different Types of B&Bs in Burlington?

    Green Mountain lodging choices make you feel like you are in the heart of the countryside. You can choose a pet-friendly bed and breakfast in Burlington Vermont if you plan on taking Fido with you when you explore the great outdoors.

    Many people prefer staying at an urban-chic boutique bed and breakfast such as Made INN Vermont that features a variety of modern conveniences. The hip and historic  establishment is within walking distance to the lovely lake. Without a  doubt, it is one of the best Burlington VT bed and breakfast waterfront choices.

    If you are seeking lodging in the heart of the city then check out Hartwell Bed and Breakfast in Burlington VT. (however, check ahead with the innkeepers because the establishment was rumored to have closed during the COVID pandemic).

    The Lang House on Main Street Bed and Breakfast in Burlington VT is one of the best bed and breakfasts in Burlington VT. The lodging is located close to the University of Vermont Medical Center