From historic inns in the Northeast Kingdom, to luxurious hotel accommodations
in City of Burlington, to cozy Vermont ski resorts near beautiful Manchester,
lodging in the Green Mountain state has something for everyone!
Vermont Lodging includes hotels, bed & breakfasts, country inn, resort, and
any other type of residential accommodation where people who travel and stay away
from home for more than a day will sleep, rest, store their luggage and have access
to common household functions. There are many varieties of Lodging in Vermont -
we have something for everyone!
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Vermont bed and breakfasts offer a unique and personalized travel
experience with a touch of local flavor. Perfect for romantic getaways, relaxing
vacations and even to get away from it all on business trips. A small lodging
establishment that offers overnight accommodation and breakfast, but usually does
not offer other meals. Typically, bed and breakfasts are private homes with fewer
than 10 bedrooms available for commercial use.
Vermont Inns offer a travel experience with each town providing
a touch of local flavor. Many have fine dining restaurants on the premises which
are open to both guests at the inn and to the public. Inns are typically located
in the country or along a highway, and tend to be grander and more long-lived.
Historically Inns provided not only food & lodging, but stabling & fodder
for the traveller's horse(s) as well as fresh horses for the mail coach.
Camping in either a tent or small cabin at a Vermont Campground
can provide a tremendous experience. In addition to numerous log cabins available
for your Vermont vacation, some Vermont innkeepers rent out their cabins and cottages
for those who want a large taste of nature during the day but more of a homey feel
at night. Cabins are very popular in Vermont because they provide people with that
rustic feel that seems to make the Vermont travel experience complete.
From small business meetings and intimate social gatherings, to large corporate
groups, many Vermont's Business Travel lodging establishments
offer all the right amenities and services to make the business traveller comfortable.
And for those traveling alone to Vermont on business, there are numerous inns and
bed and breakfasts that will offer you something entirely different than you would
find on your normal business trips.
Family Friendly Lodging is designed to appeal to the whole family
and will include a wide range of accommodations near great attractions, events and
outdoor activities that are suitable for all members of the average family. Some
offer special discounts, packages and amenities to traveling families, and let
children stay free with their parents.
Vermont has long been a popular gay friendly destination. Gay Friendly
lodging establishments are open and welcoming to gay people to create an environment
that is supportive of gay people and their relationships, respectful of all people,
treat all people equally, and are non-judgmental.
Whether you're searching for a small pet friendly bed and breakfast inn, a private
cabin in the woods or a large resort near great Vermont skiing, you are sure to
find the ideal Pet Friendly Lodging accommodations for everyone
in your family. While many places are strictly "dog friendly," some may also accept
other pets. Be sure to call before you arrive to verify any weight or breed
restrictions and overall pet policies.
Green Lodging includes all lodges, hotels, motels, inns and resorts
which meet the standards for environmental responsibility. The Vermont lodging
industry is one of the "greenest" in the nation. Our innkeepers and ski resort
managers are recognized nationally as leaders in environmental management and
Vermont Hotels offer a wide variety of styles and locations to
suit your needs. Common in-room features include a telephone, alarm clock, television,
and facilities for making tea & coffee. Larger hotels may provide additional
guest facilities such as a restaurant, swimming pool, fitness center, business center,
childcare, conference facilities and social function services.
Vermont Motels and motor inns are typically small establishments
found roadside for the motorist needing a place to stay while traveling to their
final destination (a motorist's hotel). Motels are typically a single building of
connected rooms whose doors face the parking lot, and in some cases, a common area;
or a series of small cabins with a common parking area.
Resort Lodging establishments provides an array of amenities and
typically includes entertainment & recreational activities. Resorts in Vermont
enjoy a world-renowned reputation for offering the very best in lodging, accommodations,
service and warmth. Resort Lodging can be found at a Ski Resort, Golf Resort, and
other resorts throughout Vermont. Some larger Vermont Hotels will also offer access
to nearby Resort amenities.
Vermont Ski Lodges are typically located near some of the best
downhill and/or cross-country skiing areas and often near Vermont ski resorts.
Often Vermont ski lodges will provide skier support services such as guides,
equipment and storage facilities. During the non-skiing months, these lodges offer
accommodations for numerous other recreational opportunities, like hiking and
mountain biking in the mountains of Vermont.
A Vermont Vacation Rental is a fully furnished property, such as
a holiday cottage, condominiums, cabins, lodges, chalets, and vacation homes. The
client/traveler arranges to rent the vacation rental property for a designated
period of time, typically nightly, weekly, monthly, and sometimes even seasonally.
Enjoy Vermont Winter Lodging at one of many properties that are
close to Vermont's ski resorts and cross-country centers, or at a location that
provides easy access to our huge snowmobile trail network. From slopeside
condominiums and lodges, to luxurious hotels, economic motels, intimate bed &
breakfasts, and delightful old Vermont inns, there are many options to choose from!