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Visitors to Vermont will find the full range of accommodations, from budget lodgings to deluxe hotels and resorts. But much of Vermont's charm resides in the historic inns, mansions or farmhouses-turned-bed-and-breakfasts and the vintage resort hotels found across the state.Read More ...

Most of the hotel rooms and condos at the ski resorts remain open year-round, providing deluxe accommodations in scenic mountain areas. Although chain motels are scattered about the state, expect Burlington, Rutland and White River Junction to be the centers for national hotel chains: Most motels and hotels in the countryside are locally owned. Many family resorts have scheduled activities for children.

Though many of the inns and bed-and-breakfasts predate the 1900s, there are a few lodgings of particular historical interest: Rudyard Kipling's home in Dummerston, north of Brattleboro, which is available for stays of a week or more; the Equinox Resort in Manchester Village, established in 1769, which lists both Abraham Lincoln's wife, Mary, and Teddy Roosevelt among its distinguished guests; and the Inn at Shelburne Farms, a 19th-century Queen Anne mansion on the shores of Lake Champlain that is open to guests during the summer and fall. Whatever type of accommodations you choose, be sure to reserve well in advance: Vermont is a popular destination year-round.< Show Less

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