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Find a world of New England adventure with a Vermont B&B

  • Montpelier: Vermont B&B establishments place you within very easy access of a wide range of state attractions, from outdoor adventures and nature experiences to historic sites and museums. Just a few minutes from your Montpelier bed and breakfast you'll be able to visit the Vermont State House, Hubbard Park, the Vermont Historical Society Museum, or the North Branch Nature Center, among others. You can climb Mount Mansfield or Hubbard Tower for incredible panoramic views or try a glass of local wine at Fresh Tracks Farm Vineyard & Winery. Whether you're a couple on a romantic escape or a family on vacation, it's a great place to base your travels.
  • Ludlow: Ludlow offers an ideal location for nature lovers and outdoor adventurers to take their trip. Your Vermont B&B on the lake allows you to be just a few minutes away from places like Lake Rescue for boating and fishing, Buttermilk Falls for a natural waterfall and cool springs, Okemo State Forest for rapids and falls. Plus, you have access to Lake Nineveh, Reservoir Pond, and plenty of other outdoor adventures. Golfers will love the Okemo Valley Golf Club, and history buffs will enjoy the Black River Academy Museum and The Old Mill Museum. A bed and breakfast in Ludlow is just a great all around option for travel.
  • Killington: Vermont B&Bs in Killington are especially great for wintertime travel, as they put you right in the heart of Vermont ski country. There's the Killington Ski Area on Killington Peak with its 6 peaks and 21 ski lifts, the Pico Mountain Ski Resort on Pico Peak, Snowshed Lodge and plenty of other areas to enjoy the snow. Even in the spring and summer, you can visit places like Kent Pond, Chittenden Reservoir, the Killington Adventure Center Theme Park, or the Thundering Brook Falls Trail. Here, you can experience all of the outdoor excitement and adventure sports you like all year long. From hiking and biking in the spring to swimming in the summer to skiing in the winter.

Secure a Vermont bed and breakfast for your travel adventure

There's no doubt whatsoever, a bed and breakfast is the way to go. People who travel by bed and breakfast by and large tend to swear by it and refuse to travel any other way. Every traveler also seems to have their own opinion about the best B&B in Vermont. Not only can you save money by going with a Vermont B&B, you'll find amenities like quiet, private lounge areas, libraries with books, games, and movies, and rooms with streaming video services and comfortable beds. Match that up with the delicious breakfast you get every morning and the chance to meet new people as you sit down for a meal every day and it's an unforgettable experience.

Go for a truly luxurious Vermont B&B on the lake

If you’re sold on the idea of staying in a bed and breakfast, you might check out a luxury Vermont B&B for your travels. Luxurious, high-end bed and breakfasts offer such amenities as hot tubs, swimming pools, and even lakeside locations where you can watch the sunset over natural, serene surroundings. There's nothing like sitting by the lakeside with a glass of wine in the afternoon, talking about your travel plans with the new friends you made over a homemade meal. A high-end luxury Vermont B&B on the lake will truly offer you a one-of-a-kind vacation experience, and a place to make lifetime memories.

Keep things inexpensive by booking a cheap B&B in Vermont

One of the best things about traveling via bed and breakfast is that it's a really inexpensive way to find comfortable, fun, and hospitable lodging. Bed and breakfasts offer a level of privacy and peace that hotels often don't, with amenities you might not find in a hotel. This typically includes a home-cooked meal every morning. Many of them also cost less than an equivalent hotel lodging. That means you can easily take the whole family along on a budget, find a romantic time away just for two, or save some money to enjoy fine dining, shopping and activities throughout the entire region. If you're on a budget, a cheap B&B in Vermont is the way to go.