Made Inn Vermont Bed and Breakfast
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Sophisticated, Whimsical, and Historic Luxury B&B
Voted a "2014 Top Ten Romantic Inn" by iLoveInns.com. Come for the Design. Escape from the ordinary at Made Inn Vermont in Burlington, VT. Our new chic boutique B&B is ideally located in downtown Burlington (easy walking distance to UVM, Church Street Marketplace, Fletcher Allen).
Our small boutique, romantic Inn has four designer, luxury guest rooms that are exquisite and unique. Among our many romantic amenities are a secluded garden and hot-tub, as well as breathtaking views from our 4th floor Belvedere.
Avant-garde style is fused with 19th century Victorian architecture and classic Vermont craftsmanship, including authentic indigenous 1881 white-oak floors, and gorgeous handcrafted and restored woodwork. The atmosphere and ambiance are bound to remain in every couple’s memory.
Within these walls you’ll find the finest of Vermont’s creations including: fine art, natural products, exceptional first-class hospitality, and personalized service. The sumptuous, fresh breakfast is made of local farm to table, sustainable foods, cooked to gourmet perfection. Everything here calls you to relax, unwind, and be happy. We are a quick getaway drive filled with breathtaking views of Vermont, from Boston and Montreal; and a quick getaway flight from Washington, D.C. and New York.
Call us for a Romantic Enhancement package, designed just for you and your honey! Check-out our 5 star reviews on TripAdvisor. "One of the Top Five Hotels in Vermont" by Richard Bangs, travel writer for the Huffington Post. "Top Ten N. American Winter Travel Destinations" for Chase Sapphire in Table & Travel Mag. Read more about us in the Montreal Gazette and OffMetro,NY.
Travelers are always looking for memorable and relaxing experiences. Let’s discover more through the words of our innkeepers. Many thanks to Linda Wolf for sharing her own secrets with BBOnline.com! Why do most travelers stay at your inn?
Our guests have often commented on how the unique design, creative elements, and fun yet relaxed atmosphere of our inn brought them here. They prefer the individuality that our inn offers.
What are you best known for? What makes your inn unique? What do you love most about your inn?
The INN stands out because of its original take on “old meets new”. Our home is historic, but the interior design is very modern, whimsical, and eclectic. There are so many thoughtful details and our local, gourmet breakfasts are each works of art as well.
If someone has never been to your city, what is the #1 reason to come visit?
A lot of outdoorsy people come here for the phenomenal views, outdoor activities, and winter sports. It’s also an easy city to access quality food, local music; and historical and cultural attractions.
What’s the best compliment you have ever received about the inn?
Some very special guests have commented that we are “The best b&b by far!”
What’s the best kept secret about the area?
Vermont is the most active state because of the plethora of outdoor attractions for every season. We also have more microbreweries per capita than any other state, so there’s plenty to drink after a long day on the mountain! Also, top level restaurants and the quality of food most definitely rival that of other cities.
If a traveler is staying at your inn for 4 nights, what should he/she do in the area?
If you’re driving, take a quick trip to the Stowe/Waterbury area for a Ben and Jerry’s factory tour, Cabot or Cold Hollow Cider sampling, or check out the Alchemist brewery. The Vermont state capitol, Montpelier is just a quick drive, where you can look at the beautiful historic buildings and dine at some delicious local restaurants. For the outdoorsy types, Camel’s Hump State Park, Mount Mansfield, and many other hiking destinations are a short drive away. For some more family oriented fun, guests may drive to Shelburne Farms.
Is there anything within walking distance of your inn?
Guests who are planning to traverse the city by foot, can also take a bus to Shelburne Museum, shop at the Shelburne country store, or take the Harbor lunch cruise. They may visit echo aquarium, go to the Saturday farmer’s market, or schedule a pickup brewery tour. In the warmer months, travelers can rent bicycles to take a ride along the Champlain bikeway. Students wishing to tour Champlain College or the University of Vermont can walk to the campuses in just a few minutes. We are three blocks from the Church Street Marketplace, where travelers can dine and shop in Vermont boutique style.
What is your favorite restaurant/food in the area?
We highly recommend Trattoria Delia for Italian, A Single Pebble for Chinese, Das Bierhaus for German, American Flatbread for casual Vermont pizza with integrity, or the Farmhouse for local farm fresh comfort food. For a delightful breakfast, Pennycluse Café or Magnolia Bistro offer excellent, fresh culinary delights. And for sandwiches, check out our good friends, Four Corners of the Earth, or try the Red Onion Sandwich at the Red Onion Deli!
Any good area guides/websites that travelers could reference? How many rooms does your inn have?
We have 4 designer appointed rooms.
Do you accept pets?
Yes, we are very pet friendly! We have two resident Inn kitties, though, so we don’t accept coyote dogs.