Vermont is known for many things, and our friendly hospitality is near the top of the list. No stay in Vermont is complete without a visit to a bed and breakfast. You get all the comforts of home, plus a hearty, delicious morning meal. Four poster beds with high thread count sheets and afternoon tea are just a few of the homey touches you'll find in our farmhouses and historic homes.
Inns and Bed & Breakfasts
Bed and breakfast owners the state over are waiting to welcome you to historic farmhouses, quaint old brick buildings, and cozy cottages to round out your Vermont stay. Browse B&Bs using our directory.
Middlebury’s Swift House is a Salon for Arts and Culture
New owners of Middlebury’s historic Swift House Inn say the inn’s three bedrooms “rhyme with” its Victorian beginnings, with new landscaping, a stone patio, and a continued theme of arts and culture.
Vermont's Innkeepers Welcome You
Often nestled in time-honored historic downtowns, the inns of Vermont welcome travelers with all the comforts of home in the Green Mountains, including friendly, helpful innkeepers.
Bed Down in Norwich
Whether you’re hiking the Appalachian Trail or looking for a historic spot to stay, the Norwich Inn has provided shelter in style for generations to such luminaries as Dr. Seuss and James Monroe.
All Inn the Family
Three Craftsbury sisters have restored their family farmhouse and turned it into a bed-and-breakfast and women-owned wellness center, offering guest quarters and a glamping area.
Rabbit Hill Inn Welcomes With Hospitality
Waterford’s award-winning Rabbit Hill inn embraces guests with warm hospitality, beautifully appointed rooms and the feeling of true escape from the everyday.
Summer Escape to a Home-Away-From-Home
West Hill House B&B delivers R&R with a personal touch.
HEAD TO THE HIGHLANDS
Experience Greensboro's Highland Lodge, a classic Vermont destination. Envelop yourself in the area's beautiful rolling hills and hospitality along with Vermont weekly Seven Days.
NO PLACE LIKE GRAFTON
Vermont’s unspoiled beauty abounds in Grafton, home to the Grafton Inn, delicious local cheese, a network of trails to explore and a base from which to check out southern Vermont.
Luxury Awaits at the Inn at Burklyn
Built in 1904 and restored and reopened last year, Lyndonville’s Inn at Burklyn is a retreat for bikers and the uninitiated. With period-correct detailing, an on-site restaurant and a location at Kingdom Trails, it’s a tempting stay.
A Romantic Stay at the Woodstocker
Central Vermont’s Woodstocker B&B makes for a romantic retreat for couples, and is home to a romantic story of its own. Enjoy house-made French brioche and stay in one of Vermont’s quaintest bed and breakfasts.
Stay at Rudyard Kipling’s Historic Home
The writer Rudyard Kipling made his home in southern Vermont in the late 1800s and wrote several of his critically acclaimed works here – and now visitors can call his painstakingly restored home theirs, too, for a vacation.
Restoring Rockwell’s Retreat
Kevin and Sue Harter moved from Connecticut to restore and run Norman Rockwell’s retreat in Arlington, Vermont. Their first year as innkeepers has brought challenges and unexpected joy.
The Tillerman, Refurbished, Welcomes Guests to Bristol
An on-property creek, a restaurant focused on farm-to-table local dining, and unique artwork await at the recently restored Tillerman, standing ready to welcome guests to Bristol.