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.
Made INN Vermont's Distinguished as a "Top 5 Vermont Hotels" by the Huffington Post and by Chase Sapphire as a "Top North American Winter Vacation Destination!" A trendy, chic B&B located in historic Burlington, VT, comparable to an upscale Ace Hotel. Our decor, showcasing fine art and locally handcrafted items, is meant to evoke consideration, emphasize the beauty of contrast, and bring a bit of playfulness to the spirit. Focused on the discerning culinary traveler, indulge in gourmet multi-course breakfasts and complimentary beverages throughout your stay. Take advantage of our personalized packages that combine all the best that Vermont has to offer. Made INN Vermont adheres to an eco-friendly, green philosophy by using organic Vermont cleaning products for everyone's health and wellness. Feel elite - you can't get much more private than a 4-room petite hotel. Heavenly beds with luxurious down comforters. High thread-count sheets, thick Egyptian cotton towels, and plush robes & slippers. Come for the Design. Stay for the Experience! Rated #1 on TripAdvisor</a href>! Check-out our reviews! "2014 Top Ten Romantic Inn" on iLoveInns.com "One of the Top 5 Hotels in Vermont" -Richard Bangs; Huff Post Travel Writer "Top 10 N. American Winter Travel Destinations"-Table & Travel Magazine
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.
The Willard Street Inn is a three story Victorian mansion nestled within Burlington, Vermont’s picturesque hill district. Family owned and operated, our bed and breakfast offers 14 individually appointed rooms with private baths and scenic views of Lake Champlain and Adirondack Mountains. Walkable distance to the Church Street Marketplace, Lake Champlain’s Waterfront, and area colleges- University of Vermont and Champlain College. Built in 1881, this Georgian and Queen Anne Revival style home blends the craftsmanship and service of yesteryear with the amenities of today. Start the day in the sunny marble-floored solarium with a chef-prepared breakfast featuring Vermont products and seasonal items fresh from the Inn’s gardens. In spring and summer, enjoy our English gardens from Adirondack Chairs, in Autumn our colorful foliage, and come winter cozy up fireside with a good book. Whether for a weekend getaway or simple relaxation, the Willard Street Inn is the perfect escape for all seasons. Come and experience Burlington from one of its most beautiful homes. Willard Street Inn: Tastefully Elegant, Invitingly Comfortable
In-house suite (sleeps 2), separate cottage (sleeps 2). Private entrance or private cottage, either one can be yours when you stay at One of a Kind B+B, the only licensed lodging in Burlington that sits on a plateau above Lake Champlain and offers unimpeded views west. It’s an easy walk to downtown, the bike path and the Waterfront from this quiet street. The second-floor in-house suite has a bedroom with a queen-size bed, a sitting room with a pantry, and private bath with a shower/tub fusion. A separate entrance allows you privacy to come and go as you please. The stand-alone cottage is Burlington’s tiniest house. At 13’X18.6′, Carpe Diem is three times the size of a the main cabin on a 70-foot sailboat and just as ship shape. Radiant floor heating, a fully-equipped kitchen, a full-size bed and a private bath all combine to make the tiniest house the coziest as well…year round. Both accommodations offer access to the back garden overlooking the lake. The self-catered breakfast of local and organic foods and house-roasted coffee is supplied in each room. Free wireless, high speed internet is included in the price. Air conditioning is provided by the cool breezes that blow in through your open windows. Off-season and weekly rates available. Please contact us for specifics.
The Dubuque Lane Guest House overlooks the Winooski River in beautiful Burlington, Vermont. The guest house has been recently renovated, and features a private entrance, bedroom with queen-size bed, private full bath, spacious living/dining area, fully-equipped kitchen, and WiFi. The sofa can convert into a full-size bed. Enjoy a river view from the front windows, or look out upon the lovely gardens from the back windows. Light continental breakfast served. Just 1.5 miles to downtown Burlington.
The Strong House Inn is a historic 1834 Inn with 14 guestrooms, centrally located in the Champlain Valley of Vermont. Each room is individually decorated with private bathrooms, TV's and complimentary wifi. Planning an event? The Inn has event space for your family reunion or intimate wedding celebration. Middlebury and Burlington are within a short distance and the Strong House Inn makes a great home base for hiking, biking, boating, antiques and more. Come stay with us and plan your next adventure in the Champlain Valley of Vermont.
We have updated our procedures to address COVID-19 expectations. We will do our very best to keep you safe while you enjoy your stay with us. Come up our quiet country lane in Warren, Vermont to West Hill House B&B. This historic 1850’s home is only one mile from Sugarbush skiing, golf, tennis and adjacent to its Robert Trent Jones Sr. championship golf course, in Warren, Vermont. It is also just minutes from the shops, artisans and marvelous restaurants of Warren and Waitsfield, Vermont. Our nine peaceful acres with mountain views, meadow, ponds, gardens and woods provide a setting for relaxation and getting away from it all. Enjoy the comfortable big, bright sun room, the living room and the wonderful library with its pool table – all with fireplaces, original art, and antiques. Put your feet up on our front porch, the canopied garden terrace or the airy gazebo. Read a book or watch the “critter shows” as birds and chipmunks, deer and an occasional moose entertain you. We look forward to your visit! “Bring your EV and we’ll charge it up for you with our compliments.”
Located in Waitsfield, VT, 1824 House Inn + Barn offers 8 luxurious rooms and accommodations in Vermont. Enjoy a full breakfast, and RokuTV, and ensuite bathroom with each room. All guests are able to enjoy our 15 acres, with private swimming hole, firepit and our new "Barn Door Club", featuring a guest lounge, ping pong table, darts and more... Close to skiing, mountain biking and hiking, our inn provides the perfect start and finish to your Mad River Valley adventures without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next valley escape in Waitsfield, VT.
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-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.
Catamount Bed and Breakfast is located in the country, in Williston, VT, but is just 8 miles east of downtown Burlington and close to other area attractions. Catamount Bed and Breakfast was built in 1796 by Vermont’s first governor, Thomas Chittenden. The 450-acre property has been in the McCullough family since 1873. Your hosts Jim and Lucy McCullough welcome you to their antique-filled home and hope you enjoy the peaceful retreat inside. Guests are welcome to use the 20 miles of trails located on the property. Catamount Outdoor Family Center is a not-for-profit offering mountain biking, and trail walking and running during the summer months, and cross-country skiing and snowshoeing during the winter months. While exploring Catamount’s trails, you will enjoy vistas of Mt. Mansfield and Camel’s Hump to the east and Lake Champlain framed by the Adirondack Mountains to the west. Rental equipment, lessons, and ongoing events are available. Come create a memorable experience here at Catamount Bed and Breakfast.
Take a step back in time and discover your Vermont dreamscape at our warm, friendly country inn. Imagine relaxing in horse-drawn carriages and experiencing old country charm and hospitality. The Smugglers' Notch Inn of Jeffersonville, Vermont awaits you! Our historic inn sits at the foot of Mount Mansfield and the notorious Smuggler’s Notch. We are located on Route 108, officially recognized as one of two scenic highways in Vermont. Originally built in 1790, our inn has been lovingly restored making it a truly unique place to be in a quintessential Vermont town. Your stay with us would not be complete without sampling the fare of our restaurant at The Smugglers' Notch Inn. Located in the downstairs dining room, enjoy a lovely dinner by our fireplace while you gaze upon the breathtaking grounds of the inn. Our food is casual elegance at its finest, prepared by world-class chefs at a price you can afford. What could be better! Smugglers' Notch Inn - Living Room. After your meal, take a walk downstairs to our newly renovated Village Tavern. There you will find an assortment of drinks and entertainment. Of course, there is always a chance that one of our local bands may stop by for a set or two!
Nestled on 86 secluded acres in the Green Mountains, the Adirondack style Moose Meadow Lodge in Waterbury, Vermont invites you to enjoy a Vermont lodge experience. Make yourselves at home and enjoy the peace and serenity of our secluded property. With four luxury guest rooms and a magical treehouse, the property provides mountain views, a hot tub, hiking trails, a trout pond, and the Sky Loft - a glass-enclosed gazebo at the highest point of the property with unparalleled panoramic views. A Vermont log cabin like no other, the Moose Meadow Lodge is close to Vermont's most popular attractions, including Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream factory, and the ski resorts of Stowe, Sugarbush, Bolton, and Mad River Glen. The friendly village of Waterbury, New England's best craft beer town, is only three miles away. Whether you love skiing, hiking, snowmobiling, biking, hunting, fishing, antiquing, fine dining, the arts, or simply getting some rest, the Moose Meadow Lodge is a perfect location to do everything or nothing at all. The Moose Meadow Lodge and Treehouse can accommodate up to 12 people, which makes it a perfect setting for a family reunion, wedding or vacation rental with friends.
Welcome to - quite possibly - your new favorite Bed & Breakfast! We offer a happy modern 21st-century experience to happy modern 21st-century travelers! Come stay with us and enjoy everything Shelburne has to offer. Shelburne Museum, Ben & Jerry's Concerts on the Green, Shelburne Farms, Shelburne Vineyard, Fiddlehead Brewery, Wild Hart Distillery, restaurants, shopping, sightseeing - all within walking distance or a short drive! See you soon!
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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