Burlington Vacation Rentals

Burlington has an abundance of hotels, serviced apartments, bed and breakfasts, as well as privately owned vacation rentals. Listed here are some of the highly recommended private accommodations available for booking when you visit Burlington for a minimum of two days.
• Secluded lakefront cabin right on Lake Champlain. At Appletree Point Road, it has wonderful views of the Lake and secure in the woods. Quiet, relaxing, and only 10 minutes away from downtown Burlington. It has easy access to the Burlington bike path, a scenic waterfront, and all amenities including a fully equipped kitchen. It is a one-bedroom cabin that sleeps four, but no additional charge for extra people.
• Burlington Carriage House Retreat is a privately owned home in a dead end street also 10 minutes from downtown Burlington. A historic 1890 carriage house with a private suite with a lounge, 2 bedrooms, one bathroom, kitchenette with all amenities including a washer and dryer. A door separates the suite from the main house and privacy is guaranteed. The kitchen is stocked with breakfast items such as cereals, milk, coffee, tea, and juices.
• Backyard Urban Tiny House is located at Spring Street, Burlington and 10 minutes away from Burlington attractions. A quaint and colorful little cottage behind the main house. There are no amenities such as bathroom or kitchen and visitors need to use the main house and bakery around the corner from the house.
• Little Place guesthouse in Winooski Avenue, Burlington in the old North End within walking distance to bike paths and waterfront. A one-bedroom accommodation for two people with a bathroom and kitchen and private entrance. Basic breakfast ingredients are included such as cereals, coffee, tea, and juice.
• Private room in quiet home in Curtis Ave, Burlington with its own bathroom in a two-story single family home. A 10 minute walk to downtown and great advise on restaurants in the neighbourhood.

Burlington Food Tours and Walking History Tours

A tour of Burlington cannot be complete without a taste of Vermont with the Burlington Food tour. When you visit Burlington, treat yourself to the Burlington Food tour, which provide you with authentic Vermont experiences during a leisurely walking tour. The tour will take you around the farmer’s market to downtown Burlington during a discovering of Vermont’s food.
At the Farmers Market in Burlington, the tour starts with tastings of delectable homemade produce and products from the members. Samples of crafts beers, award-winning cheeses, specialty food products, local wines and more are offered at the City Hall Park. Root beer made especially for members of the tour. Vermont’s homegrown tastes are at your disposal while you learn more about Burlington and the area.
Walking history tours of the 330-year-old Burlington where tourists will view over 40 historic sites. One of the Walking tours is the Burlington County historical Society tour where they specialize in decorative arts, local and county history, genealogical and preservation materials. Tour fees are $3.00 for adults and children.
Additional tours include:
• Dine and tour
• Tall ship sailing excursions
• Walking with ghosts
• Student tours
• Revolutionary war tours
• Underground railroad tours
• Topical tours and more
Genuine historical sites in the National Register of Historic Places District can be done in Colonial dress provided. Walkers of these historic tours will travel back in time walking along brick cobbles and tree shaded roads entering premier properties of days gone by. These tours are moderate walking and only limited to around an hour and a half’s walking. Stories of the past are customized to suit the interests and ages of the audiences.
Fascinating shopping, antiques, delicious dining and rest rooms are available in the revitalized downtown Burlington during any of the above tours. All these mighty square miles are available right through the year and arrangements can be

Visit Burlington and Live in Style

Visit Burlington and stay in one of their top hotels overlooking Lake Champlain and Adirondacks. The Hilton Burlington offers you just that and only located five miles from the airport. The acclaimed waterfront Renaissance is something you want to experience during a tour of Burlington and this Hilton Burlington is conveniently the centrepiece. A short stroll from the hotel is the Church Street Marketplace with a myriad of restaurants, cafes, boutiques and shops.
All the popular Vermont attractions are close by such as the Historic Flynn Centre for Performing Arts, ben and Jerry’s, Shelburne Museum and Echo Lake aquarium. Mountain resorts you should include when you visit Burlington and very easily access from the hotel are Jay Peak, Sugar bush and Stowe. Mountain and Lake Views makes for memorable work-outs in their world-class gym, excellent American cuisine in their Battery Street Grille from early morning till late evening. A sophisticated bar which resembles the luxurious rooms with views of the Mountain and Lake Champlain, makes this hotel a place worth staying at when you next visit Burlington.
A great “sunset” hotel is the Courtyard by Marriott Burlington Harbor as you will have spectacular views from your room. Awesome view of the Lake as well as the Adirondacks on the western side of the hotel from clean and comfortable rooms with all amenities available to their guests. Close to all eating and shopping locations and located very close to the Ferry. You are also close to the Harbor and if you want to visit Canada or Northern New England during your tour of Burlington you also have easy access. Nightly rate at the Courtyard is $309.00 per person for a two night weekend stay. Onsite restaurants are the Harbor Lounge and the Park Café, both serving American cuisine and nearby are the Single Pebble Asian Restaurant, Trattoria Delia Italian Restaurant as well as the Vermont Pub and Brewery of Burlington which is an American Restaurant.

Burlington May Be the Most Cosmopolitan City in Vermont

Visitors easily fall in love with the beauty, nature, arts, culture and charm during a tour of Burlington. Apart from being Vermont’s largest city it has Lake Champlain’s beautiful shores, perfect summer temperatures and nestled between the Green and Adirondack mountains. After beautiful summer temperatures allowing for hiking trips, sunning on the beaches, fishing and swimming, the winter months are great for skiing holidays and trips.
This is one city that are always entertaining for tourists and residents alike, because when you visit Burlington there will be something worthwhile to do. Festivals are highly rated in Burlington and with the great climate it is not strange to see many outdoor concerts. Some of the top things to do when you visit Burlington is a trip to Leddy Park especially if you have children. Indoor as well as outdoor fun activities such as part of the beach, ball fields, indoor ice rinks, playgrounds, tennis courts and a bike path makes this destination a must-do in Burlington.
Lake Champlain Chocolates is a tourist attraction of note and a Burlington visit will not be complete without sampling some of the decadent chocolates they are so famous for. You can have a tour of the factory and learn all about chocolate making or buy lovely assortments of chocolate at the Café or Factory Store. The Church Street Marketplace is a very high point of interest and you will find things there that is unique and from around the world. This is a definite place to visit, especially when looking for a special gift for someone at very affordable prices. If you are an outdoor adventure person you can take one of the many walking or hiking tours. Some tours will include a sleep-over and others just short day trips with various distances for you to choose from.

A Trip to Burlington

Burlington is located in Vermont and also the largest in this state. Tourists and visitors to Burlington will be surprised when they take a tour of Burlington at the reasonable prices of Hotels, B&BS, Inns and vacation rentals. Burlington is a very cosmopolitan city and charms with its culture, nature, arts and festivals.
Tourists all fall in love with the picturesque shores of Lake Champlain, nestled between the Green Mountains and the Adirondack. The well-known Lake Champlain Chocolates also attracts all chocolate lovers. Outdoor concerts brighten the streets at night and bustles during the day. Tourists who visit Burlington in the winter months love the skiing at one of the many resorts in the vicinity or frequent the city’s Paquette Arena. The view from the famous Burlington Bike Path is another attraction that many visitors always highly recommend.
Burlington’s famous Church Street Marketplace is certainly the downtown’s focal point, where people are entertained with live entertainment, restaurants, stores and little shops where you can buy anything and everything. Over a hundred great restaurants all cater different cuisine, local cuisine, Italian, American and more.
For theatre lovers Burlington has the Flynn Centre, hosting national, regional and international performing arts. It also has an intimate venue of only 150 seats, the FlynnSpace, for smaller shows. The Waterfront Park is another must-see attraction with serene, beautiful views. From there you can also access the Burlington Bike Park and several amenities such as a board walk, tour boats, aquarium, as well as the New York State ferry, restaurants and much more.
A tour of Burlington is not complete without a visit to the Echo Lake Aquarium and Science Centre. It is such a great size as it is not an extremely tiring experience after a visit, but large enough to stay interesting for everyone. Exhibits change at a regular basis with friendly and knowledgeable staff and some of the experiments are even hands-on to make it valuable for children especially.

Scenic Beauty on Lake Champlain

When you visit Burlington you are immediately struck by the scenic beauty of this vibrant city on Lake Champlain’s eastern shoreline. People thinking of relocating to Burlington will immediately find it to be a city of great diversity and friendly people.
Burlington was awarded several accolades over the past years including:
• In 2012 the Burlington-South metro area was twentieth amongst all the cities with high rankings in creativity.
• In 2011 Livability.com Magazine ranked Burlington third in the Top 10 Downtown cities.
• In 2011 Outside Magazine ranked Burlington as one of the Top 10 cities in regards to Outdoor Recreation.
• In 2011 the Corporation for National and Community Service ranked Burlington eighth in “Volunteering in America”; this was out of seventy-five other mid-sized cities.
• In 2011 HUD awarded Burlington the “Door Knocker Award” for the exceptional contribution they deliver towards affordable housing.
• In the State of Well-Being award from Healthways, they ranked number one in the Top 10 cities.
• Inman News ranks Burlington in the Real Estates Market in the Top 10 as cities to watch.
• In 2010 the Sustainable Cities Institute awarded the city with the ‘Excellence for Sustainable Community Development” award.
• In 2010 Outdoor Life ranked Burlington number one as a Bass Fishing Capital.
• Kiplinger’s Personal Finance ranks Burlington in the Top 10 for a Decade.
• In 2012 Forbes.com ranks this city as America’s Prettiest Town as well as for New Jobs it is ranked as one of the best Cities.
• In 2010 RelocateAmerica.com ranks Burlington amongst the top 100 cities in the U.S. to live.
The list goes on and on and only the bottom of the barrel is scraped when describing this very diverse city. Taking a tour of Burlington visitors soon realize that this is actually a city where they would be able to relocate to. Looking not only at the accolades they received, but taking all the scenic beauty, a city rich in arts and culture as well as outdoor activities many cities lack. Visit Burlington when you think to relocate your business and family to a relaxed and friendly city filled with opportunities and sustainable living.

Scenic Beauty on Lake Champlain

When you visit Burlington you are immediately struck by the scenic beauty of this vibrant city on Lake Champlain’s eastern shoreline. People thinking of relocating to Burlington will immediately find it to be a city of great diversity and friendly people.
Burlington was awarded several accolades over the past years including:
• In 2012 the Burlington-South metro area was twentieth amongst all the cities with high rankings in creativity.
• In 2011 Livability.com Magazine ranked Burlington third in the Top 10 Downtown cities.
• In 2011 Outside Magazine ranked Burlington as one of the Top 10 cities in regards to Outdoor Recreation.
• In 2011 the Corporation for National and Community Service ranked Burlington eighth in “Volunteering in America”; this was out of seventy-five other mid-sized cities.
• In 2011 HUD awarded Burlington the “Door Knocker Award” for the exceptional contribution they deliver towards affordable housing.
• In the State of Well-Being award from Healthways, they ranked number one in the Top 10 cities.
• Inman News ranks Burlington in the Real Estates Market in the Top 10 as cities to watch.
• In 2010 the Sustainable Cities Institute awarded the city with the ‘Excellence for Sustainable Community Development” award.
• In 2010 Outdoor Life ranked Burlington number one as a Bass Fishing Capital.
• Kiplinger’s Personal Finance ranks Burlington in the Top 10 for a Decade.
• In 2012 Forbes.com ranks this city as America’s Prettiest Town as well as for New Jobs it is ranked as one of the best Cities.
• In 2010 RelocateAmerica.com ranks Burlington amongst the top 100 cities in the U.S. to live.
The list goes on and on and only the bottom of the barrel is scraped when describing this very diverse city. Taking a tour of Burlington visitors soon realize that this is actually a city where they would be able to relocate to. Looking not only at the accolades they received, but taking all the scenic beauty, a city rich in arts and culture as well as outdoor activities many cities lack. Visit Burlington when you think to relocate your business and family to a relaxed and friendly city filled with opportunities and sustainable living.

Hospitals in Vermont

Brattleboro Memorial Hospital – Brattleboro, Vermont
Central Vermont Medical Center – Berlin, Vermont
Copley Hospital & Copley Health Systems – Morrisville, Vermont
Dartmoth-Hitchcock Alliance – Vermont
Central Vermont Medical Center – Berlin, Vermont
Gifford Medical Center – Randolph, Vermont
Mount Ascutney Hospital & Health Center – Windsor, Vermont
North Country Hospital & Health Center – Newport, Vermont
Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital – Saint Johnsbury, Vermont
Veterans Administration (VA) Medical & Regional Office Center – White River Junction, Vermont
Fletcher Allen Health Care – Burlington, Vermont
Vermont Children’s Hospital – Burlington, Vermont
Gifford Medical Center – Randolph, Vermont
Grace Cottage Hospital & Otis Health Care Center – Townshend, Vermont
Mount Ascutney Hospital & Health Center – Windsor, Vermont
North Country Hospital & Health Center – Newport, Vermont
Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital – Saint Johnsbury, Vermont
Northwestern Medical Center – Saint Albans, Vermont
Porter Medical Center – Middlebury, Vermont
Retreat Healthcare – Brattleboro, Vermont
Rutland Regional Medical Center – Rutland, Vermont
Southwestern Vermont Medical Center – Bennington, Vermont
Springfield Hospital – Springfield, Vermont
Vermont Children’s Hospital – Burlington, Vermont
VNA Health Systems of Vermont Home, hospice and palliative care
White River Junction VA Medical Center – White River Junction, Vermont

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VERMONT SPORTS TEAMS

Vermont High School, College, League, and
Professional Sports

College

  • Vermont Catamounts – Burlington

High School

  • Vermont Principals’ Association,
  • High School Internet Network

League

  • Vermont Expos (A) – Burlington

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