The architect W.R.B. Wilcox designed the house to reflect the changing styles of the day. No small, dark Victorian rooms but rather large, light filled spaces with careful attention to details including built in benches, cupboards and built in chests of drawers in each bedroom closet. The oak and maple floors have been refinished and are decorated with Turkish and Persian carpets.
Built by Vermont Governor Carroll S. Page in 1893 as a copy of the 1759 Longfellow House in Cambridge, MA, this comfortable bed and breakfast offers the gracious elegance of an earlier time. For enthusiasts, come to a Jane Austen weekend! It won’t just be good company; it will be the “company of clever well-informed people who have a great deal of conversation”. It’s not Bath, but it is Hyde Park and you’ll love Vermont circa 1800.
Located in the center of the historic village of Shelburne, the Heart of the Village Inn is the perfect place to stay in the Burlington area. Conveniently located across the road from the Shelburne Museum, and surrounded by several great restaurants and art galleries, along with a quintessential Vermont country store and a local wine & coffee shop. A short bike ride away from Shelburne Farms, Shelburne Vineyards, Vermont Teddy Bear, and the beaches of Lake Champlain. A ten-minute drive will get you to downtown Burlington and the airport, and we are less than an hour from some of the best hiking & skiing in New England.
Just outside the renowned village of Woodstock, The Jackson House Inn blends the charm of an 1890 Vermont Queen Anne manor house with the service of a boutique inn. Enjoy three acres of lush property including a brook-fed pond and landscaped gardens or a cozy seat in front of our floor-to-ceiling fireplace. Escape to our relaxing accommodations - five classic queen guest rooms or six spacious, one-room suites - and indulge in a unique breakfast experience featuring locally-sourced organic ingredients. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the inn provides an extraordinarily peaceful, private retreat with access to the many attractions and seasonal activities of Central Vermont.
This lovingly restored Victorian home has a warm, comfortable feeling. Situated on large, well-groomed and garden-filled grounds, it combines the best of country living with an in-town location.
Church & Main is proud member of the Burlington Edible Historical tour, which highlights several locations around downtown Burlington for their contributions to local culture and food.
Also serving as East Poultney’s working Post Office, the store dates back to the 1830's, and is a favorite for residents and visitors. Here you can buy hearty sandwiches made with artisan breads, gourmet dishes, a nice selection of wines and goods ranging from seeds to hunting caps. Grab a bite before taking a walking tour of historic East Poultney, and be sure to visit the three historical society museums around the beautiful East Poultney Green.
The Shoreham Inn was built in 1790 and has run almost continuously as an Inn since that time. Ten guest rooms including three large loft-style suites in an historic reconstructed Sheep Barn located directly behind the main Inn building. Meals five nights a week in British-style pub.
Our creative, eclectic cuisine sends you touring the globe, while our warm and knowledgeable service puts you at ease. Whether with friends, family, or that special someone, we think our colorful alleyway eatery is out of this world! The choice is yours – we have three unique spaces that allow you to have the experience you’re looking for: The solarium’s soaring windows and vibrant foliage provides a relaxed yet intimate setting for families and friends. The dining room’s cozy copper ambiance is perfect for date night.The bar’s lively buzz and urban atmosphere provide Burlington’s best spot for a night out with friends. With our fresh, local spin on global cuisine, and creative cocktails made with house-infused spirits, you’ll soon discover why the Daily Planet has been a Burlington landmark for over 30 years!
Located next to the railroad tracks in the Richmond Village, Richmond Market & Beverage provides the convenience and quality that our neighbors have been looking for. We strive to provide as many local products as possible, from grass fed beef, to local seasonal produce, and even Vermont wines and cheeses. We pride ourselves on being an important part of the tight-knit community of Richmond and its surrounding areas.
After 35 years in the restaurant business we found the perfect opportunity to bring Vermont its first USDA Prime Steak House. We have sourced out the finest ingredients, and professional team. Located in Burlington's historic Church Street Marketplace, we are ready to roll out the red carpet for you!
Vermont's Locally Owned Neighborhood Steakhouse. Located right across from City Hall on Burlington's Church Street Marketplace. Our draft selection features many locally brewed beers, as well as craft brewed cans, including Alchemist's Heady Topper! There is always a game to be watched on one of the four hi-definition flatscreen tv’s. Enjoy a summer afternoon on Church Street with one of our specialty sandwiches, a local brew, and our outdoor seating. Come experience The Scuffer where an outstanding meal awaits you.