This motel is budget all the way. Purely basic amenities. But so what? Why did you come to this gorgeous state. To stay in a motel? I think not!!!! So throw your luggage on the bed and get out and explore the great outdoors, which I am sure, is the whole point of you coming to Vermont. The motel is in a safe area. Only about a half mile to the University of Vermont and 1 mile to downtown. The room is clean enough as well.
We adored this charming inn. The owners are very welcoming and the food is fabulous (just $20 per head for a 3 course meal). The rooms are cosy, each with a stove and lovely quilts, and the lounge area has a huge fireplace, deep sofas and plenty of character. I can't say enough in its praise. The Black Bear Inn is located near the top of the mountain - so has great views - and is just minutes from the ski centre.
has an outside pool for summer
wonderful food (and wine list)
The location of the motel was a bit outside of town. Normally an easy drive, but for July 4th weekend, there is no parking to be had.
The hotel was kind of funky, but clean. OK for a place where you spend hours sleeping.
The was a German restaurant in the hotel that we did no try. There was also a swimmingpool that I would not go in. It did not look very clean, and it was located almost in the parking lot.
Tetrauyalt House is a large surburban house located one block from the bike path and Lake Champlain. It's surrounded by trees and vegetation and well maintained with a screened in porch with wicker furniture. Much of the interior decorations are pink!
Arlene is the proprietor and a most gracious lady. Even though her renters above us on the second floor kept us up one night I wouldn't hesitate to stay there again.
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