Not my first choice, (because the other motel messed up our reservations) but it was cheap and pretty nice. We were the only ones there! The manager and cleaning lady kind of freaked us out...other than that, the rooms were nice and the stay was great.
a very nice continental breakfast, hot tub, swimming pool, and gorgeous scenery all around.
Our stay was pleasant and without any problems. They let you bring dogs, provided you do not leave them alone in the rooms, however, we left my puppy in there once we had made sure the cleaning woman took care of the room as I was attending a family affair and could not bring him to that and he was too young to kennel. You can reserve a block of rooms for people staying together. Our entire family took up most of the floor we were on and the rates were reasonable. It is in the center of town as well.
They have a pool and are within walking distance to a small shopping center as well as other gift stores.
From one of the most comfortable beds I've ever slept in to a friendly staff to a delicious home-made breakfast . . . not to mention a pond complete with tubes and kayaks . . . DVDs to watch in your room or bicycles for exploring back roads . . . This place was great. Did I mention the fabulous restaurant with an award winning wine list? Where you'll be at home in hiking pants and shoes? I highly recommend the Kedron Valley Inn.
Historic inn (part of the Underground Railroad during the Civil War) with its own spring-fed swimming pond. Some rooms have their own porches, fireplaces, or jacuzzis.
I have stayed in several hotels/motels in the area, but also camped in the brisk air of fall in right in the state park and I highly reccomend it. it was one of the most private campgrounds that I have been too, especially in fall, there was hardly another person to be seen. Make sure that you take care with food though, there are bears in them woods!
Fantastic fire pits that look like giant fireplaces!
Go back in time--The Windham Foundation in 1963 restored this Inn. Actually the Foundation has purchased many of the buildings in Grafton and have or is in the process of restoring them. If you like peace and quiet, this is the place.
As we were staying just a few miles away, we only stopped here for a drink. Overnight stays are on the expensive side.
Hiking, fly-fishing, bicycling, and gourmet dinning.
A beautiful, historical b&b in Springfield, Vermont
Beautiful rooms, great food, elegant atmosphere. Interesting turret telescope
We had not planned to stay anywhere in particular on our first night on the road. Arriving in Rutland after a long day's drive, we checked the phone book and were able to get a room at the Ramada without any problem - a Monday night in mid-September.
An average inn - $96 including taxes.
Stayed with an old college buddy in Burlington, but there is some great camping all over the state for $10-$15 per spot per night. We stayed in Ascutney State Park which is right off the main road running north through the state, I-91.
Great secluded spots and at this time of year, empty. Hey, it's pretty cold in October in Vermont!
We stayed at Smuggler's Notch Resort in May. Very Very quiet this time of year. Nice accomodations with large rooms.
They have a website, we own timeshare, so I'm not sure what the rates would be.
These are cono's with nice inside appointments. Bathroom's have TV. There is a store, and an indoor pool and tennis courts there. It is in the mountains and very nice
While we usually stay with family, I once stayed at a place called the Powderhound(I think)It is down the road from a ski resort in the Mad River section of the state. Comfy,with separate bedroom and small living area. Easily sleeps 3-4 and has eating area as well. We booked 3 rooms for our group and got a good deal from the owner. Their dogs will greet you for free!
Under $100 per night
Reasonable in cost, off the beaten track,yet within easy driving distance of Montpelier, Burlington,etc
Most or all rooms are over $85.00
Good location from downtown and the UVM campus. Has a pub, swimming pool, and breakfast.
Trapp Family Lodge.
We did not stay here, but this place looked pretty neat. It is a Austrian style hotel taken from the Von Trapps of 'The Sound of Music'
I imagine it is pretty expensive. It was a little bit too fancy for our taste, but I am sure it would be a great place to spend a night or two.
Off the beaten path. Has it's own road to get there. Kind of tucked in the mountains so you have great views of Vermont while you are there.
Prices due vary between peak season, (Fall and Ski season). For the most part, plan on speding between $85-120.
This was a pretty cool hotel we picked at random to stay at. As you can tell by the name, this was modeled after English style inn's. They have suites and basic rooms. There is a bar and grille attached to the restaurant as well. They have tea time too!
THE best pplace to stay in Vermont is:
The Broadview Farm B & B
The owner is very nice and the food is excellent!
For a 3-night stay, it is about 300$. For one night, it is 75 to 100$.
Very comfortable beds!
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