Burlington Accommodations

Accommodations in Burlington

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The Willard Street Inn is a three story Victorian mansion nestled within Burlington, Vermont’s picturesque hill district. Family owned and operated, our bed and breakfast offers 14 individually appointed rooms with private baths and scenic views of Lake Champlain and Adirondack Mountains. Walkable distance to the Church Street Marketplace, Lake Champlain’s Waterfront, and area colleges- University of Vermont and Champlain College. Built in 1881, this Georgian and Queen Anne Revival style home blends the craftsmanship and service of yesteryear with the amenities of today. Start the day in the sunny marble-floored solarium with a chef-prepared breakfast featuring Vermont products and seasonal items fresh from the Inn’s gardens. In spring and summer, enjoy our English gardens from Adirondack Chairs, in Autumn our colorful foliage, and come winter cozy up fireside with a good book. Whether for a weekend getaway or simple relaxation, the Willard Street Inn is the perfect escape for all seasons. Come and experience Burlington from one of its most beautiful homes.
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October 2015 -- Boston Sunday Globe travel section featured Lang House on Main Street as one of two Burlington accommodations in "Where there's much to do about everything." October 2014 – Conde Nast Traveler cited the Lang House in “Best College Towns for People Who Aren’t in College.” Yankee Magazine – Best of Burlington, VT/2013 Editors’ Choice Awards. Check us out! The Lang House on Main Street combines turn of the century Victorian charm, with the services, amenities, and comforts of the 21st century. Located on Burlington's historic Main street, guests enjoy tasteful and comfortable accommodations, local gourmet breakfast -- all just blocks away from Downtown Burlington, the University of Vermont and Champlain College, and Fletcher Allen Health Care.
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Poor
216 reviews
125br 3-star Hotel
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This family-friendly Burlington hotel is located near the airport, within a 10-minute walk of Church Street Marketplace and Waterfront Park. Champlain College and University of Vermont are also within 2 mi (3 km).
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7br Hostel
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Affordable Community style Lodging in Vermont - Burlington Hostel is situated one block from the popular Bikepath, two blocks from Lake Champlain Boathouse, and three blocks from famous Church Street.
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161br 3-star Hotel
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Located in the heart of Burlington, this hotel is steps from Main Street Landing Performing Arts Center and Waterfront Park. Church Street Marketplace and University of Vermont are also within 2 mi (3 km).
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The SpaceOur space is open and bright, with plenty of green-space out both the front and back. It's convenient yet quiet... a perfect spot to relax after a fun day. There are two guest rooms; each of which accommodate 2 people. The other listing can be found under the same name: Comfortable Room on the Bike Path! The bathroom is simple, yet well-stocked. It is shared with the other guest(s) in the house. Each bedroom has a keyless lock.. so whether you are in or out, your belongings are secure. In the room you will find: Closet with shelves and hangers Full-length mirror Smoke + carbon monoxide detectors Alarm clock can play your music Clean and comfortable bedding Bath + beach towels Yoga mat Beach chairs Help yourself to filtered water, San Pellegrino, or a variety of Vermont microbrews and ciders in the fridge. Fair trade coffees, teas, and Lake Champlain Chocolates hot chocolate are on the counter alongside the Keurig machine and a stash of reusable k-cups. Fun stuff to share: bikes, books, board games, sound station, snowshoes, stories, back deck with gas grill..lawn games and lake floats in the summer, and RAIS wood-burning fireplace in the winter. Practical stuff to share: Full kitchen Dishwasher Laundry Iron/board Hair dryer There is a keyless entry system to the house, so it is easy to come and go on your schedule. We are busy young professionals who are typically around in the evenings and on weekends. When we are away, we hire a great local house sitter to assist guests with any needs. Please feel free to reach out to us at any time with questions, or if you're seeking suggestions for food and/or fun in Burlington! The historic Lakeside community is located in the thriving post-industrial arts district of Burlington's south end. This unique square of duplexes was built in the late 19th century to house lumber mill workers and their families. It is situated beside Lake Champlain and on the Burlington bike path. Lakeside Park, which is host to pick-up soccer games, a basketball court, playground, and a free winter ice skating rink, is central to the community, with the duplexes forming a square along its perimeter. Just down the street is the much larger Oakledge Park, which is complete with tennis courts, shuffleboard, a giant human sundial, and a very cool handicapped accessible tree house! The neighborhood beach is only 2 blocks from our house, and is the perfect spot to swim or catch the incredible sunset over Lake Champlain and the Adirondack mountains. Perhaps the most convenient feature of our neighborhood is that it is located directly on a popular bike and pedestrian path that follows the shoreline through Burlington, and continues 12.5 miles to a seasonal bike ferry that connects cyclists to the Champlain Islands and beyond. The path is popular among bicyclists, tourists, and commuters alike. In the winter you can ski on it! Free parking is available, both on and off-street. If you use our driveway, please stay to the right. The left side belongs to our neighbors. We are 5.5 miles from the airport. We can help you arrange a cab if needed. We are less than 2 miles to the heart of Burlington... feel free to borrow a bike to cruise around! The city bus is referred to as the CCTA. A ride costs $1.25, and will bring you to the center of Burlington in about 5 minutes. Check out the Pine Street or Lakeside Commuter lines. We have an awesome cat named Macy. She barely sheds, but if you are very allergic you may want to look elsewhere. Guest AccessEach bedroom has a keyless lock.. so whether you are in or out, your belongings are secure. In the room you will find: Closet with shelves and hangers Guest climate control Full-length mirror Smoke + carbon monoxide detectors Alarm clock can play your music Clean and comfortable bedding Bath + beach towels Yoga mat Beach chairs Help yourself to filtered water, San Pellegrino, or a variety of Vermont microbrews and ciders in the fridge. Fair trade coffees, teas, and Lake Champlain Chocolates hot chocolate are on the counter alongside the Keurig machine and a stash of reusable k-cups. Fun stuff to share: bikes, books, board games, sound station, snowshoes, stories, back deck with gas grill..lawn games and lake floats in the summer, and RAIS wood burning fireplace in the winter.. Practical stuff to share: Full kitchen Dishwasher Laundry Iron/board Hair dryer Interaction with GuestsThere is a keyless entry system to the house, so it is easy to come and go on your schedule. Please feel free to reach out to us at any time with questions, or if you're seeking suggestions for food and/or fun in Burlington! The NeighborhoodThe historic Lakeside community is located in the thriving post-industrial arts district of Burlington's south end. This unique square of duplexes was built in the late 19th century to house lumber mill workers and their families. It is situated beside Lake Champlain and on the Burlington bike path. Lakeside Park, which is host to pick-up soccer games, a basketball court, playground, and a free winter ice skating rink, is central to the community, with the duplexes forming a square along its perimeter. Just down the street is the much larger Oakledge Park, which is complete with tennis courts, shuffleboard, a giant human sundial, and a very cool handicapped accessible tree house! The neighborhood beach is only 2 blocks from our house, and is the perfect spot to swim or catch the incredible sunset over Lake Champlain and the Adirondack mountains. Perhaps the most convenient feature of our neighborhood is that it is located directly on a popular bike and pedestrian path that follows the shoreline through Burlington, and continues 12.5 miles to a seasonal bike ferry that connects cyclists to the Champlain Islands and beyond. The path is popular among bicyclists, tourists, and commuters alike. In the winter you can ski on it! Getting AroundFree parking is available, both on and off-street. If you use our driveway, please stay to the right. The left side belongs to our neighbors. We are 5.5 miles from the airport. There is cab service and Uber available. We are less than 2 miles to the heart of Burlington... feel free to borrow a bike to cruise around! The city bus is referred to as the CCTA. A ride costs $1.25, and will bring you to the center of Burlington in about 5 minutes. Check out the Pine Street or Lakeside Commuter lines. Other Things to NoteWe have an infant daughter named Parker. She doesn't cry much and hasn't been heard by guests yet, but it is always a possibility. We do have sound machines in the guest rooms! We have an awesome cat named Macy. She barely sheds, but if you are very allergic you may want to look elsewhere.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpacePlenty or room for four, plus there is an air mattress available. Guest AccessEnjoy the shady backyard and garden and help yourself to a plum, tomato or some greens, depending on the time of year. Washer and dryer available in basement. Interaction with GuestsI am always available to answer questions, but I am not generally on the premises. The NeighborhoodJust far enough from the center of town to avoid any noisy late night revelers. Getting AroundThe bus stops on the corner, but you probably won't need it. Just park your car in the garage and walk to town, the Lake or the colleges.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThe space is cute and comfortable. You need to know that I live here with my daughter when I'm not renting it out. Living downtown is fun and convenient and that's what most of my guest like the most; its proximity to Church Street. Private DOWNSTAIRS bedroom : full size bed, small closet, shoe closet, night table, and window. The bedroom is small but private Semi-private UPSTAIRS attic bedroom: (this bedroom is used as a child's bedroom but can accommodate adults) full size bed with down comforter, 19" flat screen tv with Roku set-up for streaming netflix and other online sites. High speed internet but no cable tv (cable tv in living room ONLY). bookcase/shelves, games (chess, checkers, LIFE, ect., vintage vanity, and an empty hanging rack for your clothes. This room is the only upstairs room in the house and has very low ceilings. The room is heated with an electric ceramic wall panel that heats the room nicely. The a/c unit upstairs has three settings (a/c, fan, and dehumidify) its fairly easy to figure out. Please make sure it's either on fan or a/c because the dehumidifying mode requires drainage, which it's not set up for. The room does not have a door but the space is big enough that privacy is not an issue. (full size air mattress available for extra guests and a pack n' play). Living room: couch and 32" flat screen tv set up with Xfinity and Roku Bathroom: tub and shower, clean towels, shampoo/conditioner, hair dryer, flat iron, curlers Kitchen: gas range, sink (no dishwasher), table that seats 4 (extra chairs available), all use of dishes, utensils, appliances (french press, blender, mini-food processor, juicer, toaster oven), and food/drink. The house is located in the Old North End section of Burlington, Vermont. A six minute walk to Church Street (where all the major shops and restaurants are) and 3 minute walk to battery park which has spectacular views of Lake Champlain. One off street parking spot and plenty of on street parking (with a provided guest parking pass). Plenty of nearby public transportation if you wish to travel outside of downtown Burlington. The house is charming, cute, and cozy. It's old (1890's) but very clean. To keep costs low I ask that you leave the house as clean as you can. I don't charge a cleaning cost to make the space more affordable. I don't expect visitors to clean or change bedding but please try and leave things as close to the way it was when you arrived. If you would rather be charged a cleaning fee and not have this responsibility please let me know. Guest AccessGuests will have access to the entire house. Interaction with GuestsMostly I have very little interaction with houseguests. I try my hardest to be available via phone, text, and email. I have a caretaker that lives nearby incase of any issues that arise needing a hands on solution. The NeighborhoodBurlington's Old North End. Getting AroundCCTA is our bus system, check out their website for maps and schedules. The nearest stop is two blocks away. Other Things to Notesee house manual
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Excellent
25 reviews
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The SpaceThe sitting area on the second floor provides outstanding views of Lake Champlain and the Adirondack Mountains. Guest AccessThere is a deck and spacious yard for relaxing or taking your breakfast outside. Interaction with GuestsI do not work outside the home so I am usually there. I do not share the same living space but will be in the guest area to greet you and during breakfast. The NeighborhoodIt is a very quiet street. Even though we are in the city, you do not hear the traffic. You will find you are able to relax. Getting AroundThere is off street parking. If you plan to walk to your destinations, you are about a one minute walk to the bus stop. You are able to walk to restaurants,shopping, church or the park within minutes. Other Things to NoteAs there are two bedrooms each with private bathroom, you have shared dinning and sitting room
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The SpaceWe live downstairs from the apartment and are available to assist guests as needed We live in a diverse family neighborhood. We know many of our neighbors and frequently see them watching spectacular sunsets and walking dogs. We love that we live in a modest neighborhood but can walk to great downtown restaurants and have easy access to the Burlington bike path where we enjoy sweeping views of Lake Champlain and the Adirondack Mountains. There are city buses to the Burlington sirport, about 4.5 miles away. The main bus station is less that a mile away and there are also closer bus stops. There is bus service to major cities in Vermont and there is Megabus service to Boston and NYC. Guest AccessUse of washer and dryer available upon request. Iron available on request. Interaction with GuestsWe live downstairs from the apartment and are available to assist guests as needed The NeighborhoodWe live in a diverse family neighborhood. We know many of our neighbors and frequently see them watching spectacular sunsets and walking dogs. We love that we live in a modest neighborhood but can walk to great downtown restaurants and have easy access to the Burlington bike path where we enjoy sweeping views of Lake Champlain and the Adirondack Mountains. Getting AroundThere are city buses to the Burlington sirport, about 4.5 miles away. The main bus station is less that a mile away and there are also closer bus stops. There is bus service to major cities in Vermont and there is Megabus service to Boston and NYC. Other Things to NoteThere is a keypad on the door and we will send guests the code the morning of their arrival. There is readily available free parking on the street.
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The SpaceQuiet and cozy one bedroom win plenty of natural light, private kitchen and bath. Comfortably sleeps up to 4. Guest AccessOff-street parking for 1 vehicle, wifi and private kitchen/bath. Interaction with GuestsIt is an upstairs downstairs duplex. You may see us in the yard or walking the dog, but we are quiet and respect your privacy. The NeighborhoodVery close to The Shopping Bag, voted best burger in VT. Walkable streets and close proximity to downtown and warfront. Getting AroundTwo minute walk to bus stops, but it is easy to walk to any location. Other Things to NoteWe have a Great Pyrenees puppy on the property, but he lives in the downstairs unit with us, so you won't see him unless he is on a walk. We can also be flexible about check-in/check-out times, so please let us know if you have any special requests.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceWe're near Lake Champlain. It's a basement suite with its own entrance, so you can be assured of privacy. The suite can sleep five-- we have a king-size bed in one bedroom, a full-size bed in the other, and there is a pull-out couch in the living room. The bedrooms have big windows and are quite sunny. The suite also has a large living room, a full bathroom, and a kitchen with microwave (but no stove). We're equipped Wi-Fi internet and TV you can watch Netflix YouTube . We are about a 20-minute walk from North Beach, and 5 minutes from the Burlington bike path, which runs along the lakeshore. We have bikes you can borrow, if you like. My husband and I both work days, full time, so we would like you to check in after 4:30 p.m., if possible. If this is not possible give us a call and we'll figure something out. Small dogs are okay-- I love animals. There will be an extra charge of $25 per person per night if there are more than two people in your group (not counting babies). The Burlington bike path is beautiful, the lake and mountains will give you wonderful memories. It's a 20 minute bike ride from my house to Church Street and the waterfront at the foot of Main Street and you can explore downtown Burlington, enjoy good food and lots of activities. Interaction with GuestsDon't know where to eat or what to see? Just ask us; we'd be happy to give you some ideas. Getting AroundWe're a 5-minute walk from the North Avenue bus line. Buses run every half hour from 6 a.m. to about 7 p.m.; less frequently late in the evening. Other Things to NoteSmall dogs are welcome,(not more than 20b,and not more than 2 dogs) .but we will charge $5 for each dog /night. Please left the money on the table will be fine.(Airbnb do not charge this fee)
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The SpaceYour private space is located on our third floor of our restored Victorian home. At the top of the stairs is an open entry room with a single bed/couch that adjoins the bedroom (but separated by a door). The bedroom is located at the back of the house and has a queen-size bed, air conditioner and "smart" TV (Netflix and a few local channels). The bathroom is newly restored and light-filled, with a clawfoot tub (fully modernized with shower). There is separate access from each room to the bathroom. Your 3rd floor suite is private and quiet. You are welcome to use the other common spaces in our home including the living room, dining room, and wrap-around porch. Guest AccessThis home is occupied by the owners but the 3rd floor is yours to enjoy privately. The living room has 3 comfy couches, a wood burning fireplace, and grand piano. Kitchen: You may use our kitchen to prepare a simple meal with a little notice and put a few items in our fridge. Laundry (on the second floor, $5 fee). Full wrap-around porch with seating for relaxing or enjoying a meal. Off-street parking. Interaction with GuestsWe are generally here to greet you, provide suggestions for activities & dining and share information about the local area and Vermont. For your convenience, we serve a continental breakfast which includes fruit or smoothie, cereals, bread, yogurt, milk & juice. Usually, we are happy to also prepare eggs or hot cereal if you let us know in advance. To help us prepare for your visit, please let us know at least a week ahead if you have special dietary needs such as gluten-free, dairy-free or vegan. The NeighborhoodWe are located in the residential, northern Hill Section of Burlington and within easy walking distance to University of Vermont, UVM Medical Center, and downtown. Our home is on a beautiful tree-lined street with mostly historic homes and an interesting mix of families and students. Getting AroundMost central city attractions are easily accessible on foot. Walking, it is about 10 minutes to the UVM Green and the hospital, 15 min to the top of Church Street and about 30 minutes to the waterfront. There is a Megabus stop at the UVM Green. By car, the airport is 15 minutes away (about a $12-$15 cab ride). Other Things to NoteWe donate 5% of our profits to a local organization, The Champlain Housing Trust, whose mission is to support the people of Northwest Vermont and strengthen their communities through the development and stewardship of permanently affordable homes. Our house is properly permitted for the B&B, and we pay all meals and rooms taxes (11%). Starting Oct. 1, 2016, Airbnb will begin collecting and remitting the Vermont Meals and Rooms Taxes. We have a 2 night minimum on all stays except for a 3 night minimum on UVM graduation weekend, UVM Homecoming & Family Weekend and Memorial Day/Burlington Marathon weekend. Please feel free to ask for any exceptions to these restrictions! As is common in an older home, the stairs to the 3rd floor suite are a bit steep, so we are very happy to help you with your bags.
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The SpaceHigh-ceilinged urban studio apartment with private deck (also accesses the middle deck that goes with the original Little Place if you have a larger party and want to rent both and meet in the middle), private entrance, off-street parking, queen bed, equipped kitchen, large glass-doored shower with Dr. Bronner's soaps and hairdryer, Wifi, AC. Stocked with local organic granola, coffee, tea, juice, milk, sugar, S&P. Located in Burlington's vibrant Old North End, it's two doors away from the neighborhood gathering place/coffee shop, Barrio Bakery (they have delicious vegan baked goods, too, and dine-in pizza Wednesday through Saturday evenings). It's about a 10-minute walk to downtown, half a block from Butch & Babe's restaurant and Central (Asian) Market with fresh produce as well as great takeout, and in the other direction there's take-out Sushi and Drifter's Cafe. Walking distance to the waterfront and bike paths, the University of Vermont, and UVM Medical Center. 45-minute drive to Stowe. Posted price includes cleaning fee. Single-night reservations or a third guest is an additional $20 — please message me so I may send a special offer with the correct rate. During summer and foliage season, single-night reservations on the weekends will be accepted on a case-by-case basis. The apartment is the top floor rear of my triplex. Guest AccessGuests are welcome to enjoy the backyard but their own deck is more private and less buggy. They have an assigned parking space at the end of the driveway. Interaction with GuestsI like to meet my guests when they arrive or soon after (I work part time away from home) and orient them to the apartment and the local amenities. I'm a knock on the door away if I'm home or available by cell phone if I'm not. I respect the guests' privacy although I'm always happy to run into them in passing and hear about their adventures. The NeighborhoodThe Old North End is close to everything and home to new families, long-time residents, students, artists, immigrants and is enjoying a revival with many start-up businesses, pop-up cafes, community gardens.
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We are a centrally located, full service hostel in downtown Burlington, just three blocks from Church St. and one block from the Waterfront. We offer dormitory-style accommodations with all the fixings. Free WiFi, breakfast, linens, towels, lockers and more are included. Indoor bike storage and around-the-clock staffing are provided to ensure that you have a relaxed and comfortable stay.
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The SpaceA bedroom in 1925 renovated Sears-style bungalow, in a neighborhood with plenty of character and super convenient...fat cat "Jolly" aboard is certainly unique. Guest AccessLots of books, yoga/living room, piano and guitars, fenced garden, nice deep old fashioned bathtub for hot soaks, and basic kitchen amenities. Fridge and electric kettle for tea, coffee, and simple food prep. Nunyuns Cafe is right next door for localvore breakfast and lunch, 7 am to 3 pm. Parking is easy in my driveway or on street. Interaction with GuestsHappy to offer recommendations on request with finding your way around town. My home is your home while you're here, and I can easily be found in my separate living area if you need assistance with anything. The NeighborhoodWhat do I love about my neighborhood? Pretty much...Everything. Getting AroundBus is 3 doors down...Downtown is 5 blocks...Lake and bikepath is 3 blocks...extra bike on premises if you want to borrow it. Parking in driveway as well as on the street. Other Things to NoteThe room for lodgers has a full size bed, good quality firm support, as pictured in photo, for one or two people. There is also garage space for stowing bikes, snowboards or other gear. If you arrive by Megabus at UVM, best plan on calling a cab (about $7) as there is a big long hill to my house from there.
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Excellent
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The SpaceOur charming newly decorated one bedroom apartment sits in the historical hill section of this unique and charming city. It offers a green environment, wellness features, and more. Detached second floor one bedroom apartment situated in a quiet area of the historical hill section, just a 10 minute walk to the heart of the city. Great for those who want to visit and explore the city and it’s many excellent restaurants. It is a great starting point for exploring magnificent Lake Champlain. The apartment has been newly renovated using natural materials and free of toxic substances in the respect of your health and wellness. It is cozy and comfortable with a gas fireplace, modern kitchen and a bath with a heated floor! Enjoy the private deck with the piped gas grill. Other special amenities in this wellness suite include filtered water for drinking and showering as well as filtered air and a perfect sleep environment. A total Zen atmosphere for your stay. Air conditioning, garden views, free parking. Only 10 minute drive from Burlington International Airport. City public transportation is a stone throw away for those choosing not to drive. Close to all city highlights. Guest AccessFree off street parking to the far right of the building to not block the garage doors. Trash removal is located behind the fenced in area in front of the parking area. Private access to the suite at the far right of the building. The gas grill is a direct hook-up and available on the deck. Interaction with GuestsWhen I am available I would gladly offer advice on activities and when not I am always available by email and phone for the same purpose. I want my guest to feel comfortable asking questions but do not want to invade their privacy. Housekeeping is free and we will launder and clean the linens and towels after your visit. Their is an onsite washer and dryer for incidentals during your stay. The NeighborhoodI love the neighborhood as it is walking distance to city highlights while located in a well maintained and friendly are of Burlington. The South End and Hill Section of Burlington is a lovely area to take early morning walks right out of your suite. Getting AroundWe are located on the public bus route which is at the corner of South Union and Howard Streets. Taxis in Burlington are quite reasonable. Other Things to NoteWe recycle so please feel free to leave your recyclable items with me. The pick up is on Tuesday mornings.
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The SpaceOur guest suite is so much more than just a room: you've got your own 3/4 bathroom, a sauna and plenty of extra space to chill. The suite has a very nice queen-sized memory foam bed that comfortably sleeps two. The TV has access to 3 different streaming services (Netflix, Hulu & Amazon). There is a mini fridge to keep food/drinks in, or you can use the fridge in the kitchen upstairs if you need more space. We also have a twin AeroBed for families with a kid / extra traveler, as well as a Pack & Play, high chair and swing or bouncy chair for those with smaller children. There is also a living room and fireplace on the same floor that you are welcome to use. (We primarily use the upstairs living room.) No keys to lose or to return! This property provides secure, keyless entry with an August Smart Lock. You can lock and unlock the door with your smartphone, using a unique virtual key issued to you for the duration of your stay. (We also have a keypad for folks without a smartphone, or traditional keys if you like the analog approach to locks). Guest AccessGuests are welcome to use the kitchen and shared areas of the house. Laundry, deck with patio furniture & grill. Downstairs living room and fireplace. We've got plenty of space! Interaction with GuestsWe're happy to interact as much or as little as you want during your stay. I usually work from home during the day, while my wife & kids are away at work and school. The NeighborhoodWe live in a quiet family neighborhood with easy access to downtown, bike paths, parks & beaches. There is a grocery store, Rite Aid, plenty of banks with ATMs, post office and UPS store as well as a couple of restaurants within a two minute drive or short bike ride. Getting AroundPlenty of parking - we have a giant driveway. In terms of public transportation, there is easy access to the bus route #7 on North Ave. But probably the best way to get around is by bike! We're happy to give you info on bike routes and are working on getting a couple of bikes you can rent if you don't bring your own. From the Burlington airport, it is about a 15 - 20 minute taxi ride, depending on the time of day. There are always plenty of taxis at the airport. Other Things to NoteWe have one old cat and two young kids, a 6 year old and a 2 year old. The guest suite is very separate from the rest of the house and the kids have plenty of their own space upstairs. They are kids though, so if you don't like kids, this is probably not the best place to stay. We don't let the cat into the guest area, which keeps it clean for anybody who has cat allergies. The suite has a door at the end of the hall that separates it from the rest of the house.
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The SpaceThis is a highly coveted location in Queen City Park, a quiet, safe lakeside neighborhood just minutes from the localvore and nightlife capital of Vermont, Burlington. The space is cozy, comfortable and charming, with a 21'X12' deck with lake views for relaxing and dining, large bedroom with queen-size wrought iron bed, full-size kitchen and separate dining area, and large living room with a couch suitable for sleeping. Simply, beautifully furnished for utility and comfort. NOTE! Doorways in this second-floor space are 6 feet high -- if you are taller than 6 feet you will need to duck under doorways and in the shower, which has a slanted ceiling. Guest AccessGuests have access to the entire apartment, including a large deck, all kitchen appliances including a coffee maker. The downstairs porch is NOT part of the property and should not be used other than to get upstairs. Please do not leave bikes or any items on the porch or in front of the house -- bring them up to the deck or lock bikes on the rack in the green next door to apartment. There is access to Red Rocks Beach via the steps at the end of Lyons Avenue, and a foot path to Red Rocks Park at the end of Pavilion Avenue, off Lyons. Interaction with GuestsI will try to be available at the time of check-in to acquaint guests with the area and amenities and I may check in on the space (and my cat) occasionally, but I will NOT be staying on-site during the guests' stay. The NeighborhoodQueen City Park is one of the loveliest, most sought-after neighborhoods in the Burlington area, for several reasons. Red Rocks Park, a 100-acre natural area jutting out into Shelburne Bay, is steps away. Neighborhood residents (and guests) have access to Red Rocks Beach via our own beach access. The famous Burlington Bike Path is a couple blocks away. The neighborhood is tucked away just minutes from downtown on a dead-end street, so traffic is minimal. There is a public green right next to this apartment with a playground for kids, basketball court, Adirondack chairs and amazing views of the Bay (outrageous sunset views in winter). The 'hood is quiet, safe and friendly. Shelburne Road, with access to restaurants, shopping and just about anything else, is just minutes away. Getting AroundDowntown Burlington is about an 8-minute drive, a 45-minute walk, or maybe 15 minutes by bike on the Burlington Bikeway, which you can pick up at the intersection of Pine St and Queen City Park Road, about a mile from the apartment. There is a bus stop just a couple blocks away for the CCTA, the Burlington area's public transport system. The No. 5 bus stops on Queen City Park Road at Central Avenue, near the entrance to Red Rocks Park. Visit w(URL HIDDEN) for info and schedules. Other Things to NoteI have a black cat named Shakti who sometimes travels with me and sometimes stays home to keep an eye on my guests. He is super-friendly and a cuddler. Because this is his home, he will expect to go in and out as he pleases, and I prefer that he is inside at night. In the summer, he may choose to stay outside at night and generally sleeps on the porch downstairs when I am not home. It's likely he will try to snuggle with you in bed, but you can just say no to his overtures. Please offer him respect and kindness. YOU MUST BE A CAT LOVER TO STAY HERE! Thank you! Parking in the lot on Lyons Avenue is for residents and guests only, so please park only in the designated spot and if anyone asks who you are, just tell them you are my guest. Seven Days is the local weekly FREE paper, and the best source for what's happening in town, especially arts & music. (URL HIDDEN)
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The SpacePeople-watch from the new rooftop deck. (See Little Place 2 if this listing is booked -- also with its own deck -- my temporary amateur pics don't do it justice. Or rent both and meet on this middle deck.) A 10-minute walk to downtown, this apartment is an urban pied-a-terre with everything you need to be at home away from home. Located in Burlington's vibrant Old North End, it's two doors away from the neighborhood gathering place/coffee shop, Barrio Bakery (they have delicious vegan baked goods, too, and dine-in pizza Wednesday through Saturday evenings). Half a block north is Butch & Babe's restaurant, and Central Market (Asian) with fresh produce as well as great takeout, and in the other direction there's Drifter's Cafe and a take-out Sushi spot. Walking distance to the waterfront and bike paths, the University of Vermont, and UVM Medical Center. 45-minute drive to Stowe. Private entrance, queen bed, equipped kitchen, bath with shower (no tub), off-street parking, WiFi, AC, hairdryer, couch clicks flat for a third guest. Coffee, tea, milk, juice, organic granola provided. Smoke-free. This apartment faces the street — if you need a quieter environment, you might prefer Little Place 2 (too!) — https://www.airbnb.ca/rooms/2919500?preview — located at the back of the house. Posted price includes cleaning fee. Single-night reservations or a third guest is an additional $20 — please message me so I may send a special offer with the correct rate. During summer and foliage season, single-night reservations on the weekends will be accepted on a case-by-case basis. The apartment is the top floor front of my triplex. Guest AccessGuests are welcome to enjoy the backyard but their own deck is more private and less buggy. They have an assigned parking space at the front right-hand side of the driveway. Interaction with GuestsI like to meet my guests when they arrive or soon after (I work part time away from home) and orient them to the apartment and the local amenities. I'm a knock on the door away if I'm home or available by cell phone if I'm not. I respect the guests' privacy although I'm always happy to run into them in passing and hear about their adventures. The NeighborhoodThe Old North End is close to everything and home to new families, long-time residents, students, artists, immigrants and is enjoying a revival with many start-up businesses, pop-up cafes, community gardens.
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The SpaceOur 1890 carriage house was converted to a house a number of years ago. The guest quarters are essentially a private apartment within the front our carriage house and consists of a bedroom, bathroom and separate sitting area with kitchenette equipped with a microwave, sink, electric kettle & fridge as well as a washer/dryer. There is a door that separates the guest quarters from the rest of the house (see photos). We share the front hallway. You'll find breakfast items (teas, coffee, juice, milk, granola, oatmeal) stocked in your fridge/cabinet. Help yourself! Cable TV, WIFI, radio/cd player. Fresh linens & towels are provided. Park right in front of our house. Our sweet, quiet and friendly dog, Woody, is a cairn terrier~ a non-shedding hypoallergenic breed. He stays in our living quarters. Price includes local taxes & cleaning fees. Airbnb's fee now includes VT state taxes. We're looking forward to meeting you! Guest AccessFor guests that may stay with us during the warmer months, please feel free to enjoy the gardens in the back and side yards. Enjoy that book in one of our lawn chairs or simply watch the birds come & go from our bird feeder and bird bath. Interaction with GuestsWhile we leave a binder in the guest quarters for you to peruse with a walking map, dining suggestions, hikes etc., please feel free to ask us anything! The NeighborhoodWe are uniquely located on a very tiny, quiet, garden-lined, dead end street in the historic hill section of Burlington, yet only a 10 min. walk to our vibrant Church Street downtown and UVM. We're located in the heart of Champlain college. We offer full privacy, green space and quiet outside your bedroom window. Folks love our very unique and quiet setting. You would never know you were in the middle of the Vermont's largest city! Getting AroundWhile we're a short walk from downtown, there's a free shuttle to the waterfront a few blocks away that runs up and down College Street during the week throughout the year and expands to the weekends during the warmer months. Easy access to all transportation. Bike rentals nearby for the bike path! Other Things to NoteIn lieu if imposing a two night minimum during the week, we do have an extra charge of $25 for all one-night stays during our busy season (mid-April- mid-Nov) and a two night weekend minimum (Friday-Sunday) during the height of our season. The one night fee will be added to your card as a special rate. We're happy to have the spare bed made up for any pairs not wishing to share the bedroom (i.e.- mother/daughter, siblings, good friends but not THAT close, etc). A one-time fee of $35 will be charged for use of the spare bed in the sitting room regardless of how many nights (a week or one night~ same fee) . We like to accommodate pairs of folks that may not wish to share the big bed. As this use is often spontaneous, this fee is a cash transaction handled separately from Airbnb during the time of your visit We don't use the guest quarters other than getting our laundry done between guests. For folks with longer stays, we may need to toss a load in while you're out. We always ask!
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Excellent
21 reviews
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The SpaceThe Howard Street Guest House is a spacious and exquisite suite in Burlington’s lower hill section. Bed and breakfast patrons will discover that the Howard Street Guest House upstairs room combines the charm and intimacy of a bed and breakfast with extraordinary privacy and autonomy. This sunny and immaculate room each occupies an entire story of a detached carriage house. The suite features a queen bed, kitchenette, private bathroom, living area, dining area, exterior entrance, wi-fi, television, and parking. The suite is unique for its privacy and decor and is well suited for those seeking a romantic getaway, as well as for business people desiring space to work. If you have a larger party find South End Burlington Suite on Airbnb and rent both suites at the same location. The Howard Street Guest House is less than a mile’s walk or drive to the colleges, downtown Burlington marketplace, and the Lake Champlain waterfront. This suite with its soft colors and beadboard cabinets is evocative of a sunlit beachhouse. The room features antique furnishings, a queen bed, pull-out sofa, private bathroom with tub/shower, kitchenette, air conditioning, and skylights. A south-facing deck overlooks a large landscaped yard. The suite is inspected and licensed by the Vermont Department of Health. Interaction with GuestsYour hostess, Andrea, is on the premises and available for local activities consultation or any other inquires. Laundry service provided for travelers who have been away from home for an extended period.
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The SpaceThis is a nice, clean apartment in a very good location in downtown Burlington (close to everything). Just a block away from the action at Church St Marketplace promenade, 1 block to Macy's mall and 2 blocks to Burlington's beautiful waterfront. It's a 2-bedroom apartment (the guest bedroom is the one listed, I occupy the master bedroom) with an open kitchen-living space and 1 bathroom (shared). The guest bedroom is aproximately 10’ x 17’ with closet, carpet, a desk and a queen bed. Free wifi, clean linen and towels provided. The apartment is on the top floor of a 4 story building (with elevator) located in the heart of downtown: 1 short block to Macy's mall and church street marketplace (plenty of shops, restaurants, cafes, bars, etc), 2 blocks to the waterfront, parks and bikepath (walk or bike to beaches). Also, 1 block from The Marriot, The Hilton and the new trendy Hotel Vermont (and Hen of the Woods resto, my fav.). There's a Dunkin Donuts and a laundromat on the first floor, and across the street there's a diner, a deli, a pizzeria, and an italian restaurant. Also there's a bus stop less than half a block away if needed. Off street parking available. No smoking or pets please.
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Excellent
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The SpaceThe spirited traveler will enjoy a feast of colors and furnishings in this boutique-style room. Occupying the ground floor and adjacent to a lush flowerbed, this commodious room features a queen bed, a twin bed, private bath with shower, kitchenette and air conditioning. Guests are welcome to enjoy the adjoining patio and backyard. The suite is unique for its privacy and decor and is well suited for those seeking romantic getaways, as well as for business people desiring space to work. Room offers wi-fi, television, parking, and its own exterior entrance. This suite is less than a mile’s walk or drive to the colleges, downtown Burlington marketplace, and the Lake Champlain waterfront. If you have a larger party, look for Howard Street Guest House on Airbnb and rent two suites at the same location. The price includes local and state room taxes. The suite is inspected and licensed by the Vermont Department of Health. Interaction with GuestsYour hostess, Andrea, is on the premises and available for local activities consultation or any other inquires. Laundry service provided for travelers who have been away from home for an extended period.
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The SpaceFull size plush futon mattress; 2nd adult or child an additional $25/night (inflatable mattress available upon request) Guest AccessShared bathroom; fully equipped kitchen, inviting & comfy living area, outdoor patio and garden area; WiFi & cable TV available Interaction with GuestsI have lived in Burlington quite a long time and have lots of great ideas for things to do, places to go and how to get there; I will be around some of the time for your questions and company The NeighborhoodIt's a really lovely part of Burlington with many large, older homes - our property has a nice park-like feel with lots of greenery and mature trees; my unit is set back from the main road Getting AroundIt's a short 15 min walk to downtown and the main city bus terminal; it's just a little farther to the Lake Champlain waterfront; from the airport it's only a 10-15 min cab ride - you could easily do without a car Other Things to NoteYou are welcome to use the living room and kitchen facilities - please be tidy and clean up after yourself
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The SpaceThis newly renovated apartment is on half or the second and the full third floor of my home. It is available by the day, week or month. The private entrance to the apartment is on the second floor. The kitchen and bath are on the 2nd floor, which has a street view. The kitchen was recently updated with maple, pearl cabinets. All dishes, pots and pans, etc. are ready for your arrival! Bathroom has a walk in shower. Washer and dryer are located on 2nd floor, outside bathroom. The living and bedroom are on the third floor. The living space and bedroom are an open floor plan, included is a 3 section panel for privacy if desired. The living room has amazing sunsets and views of Lake Champlain at it's best with the Adirondack mountains as a backdrop. Feel free to enjoy the private back yard with unmatched views of Lake Champlain. Conveniently located, Burlington has unlimited dining options, all walk-able. It is a five minute walk to the Burlington Waterfront Park, 15 minute walk to the Church Street Marketplace, yet still in a very quiet and friendly neighborhood. Parking is available for one car. Also bus line is available around the corner. Guest AccessThere are no shared amenities inside house. We do share driveway and yard :o) Interaction with GuestsWe actually only see each other if we come in the front door at the same time or we sharing the back yard. Unless, of course, you need something, please knock on my door or call. The NeighborhoodThis is a very quiet neighborhood. Many people walk their pets. People pretty much keep to themselves. There are some children playing in the summer months. Getting AroundBus stop is around corner. Most places are walkable in less than 15 minutes. There is a bus or local taxi from airport to here. Taxi fare is about $15, bus is $1.25 each way. Other Things to NoteScout Coffee Shop around Corner.
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Excellent
62 reviews
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Interaction with GuestsI am more than happy to give you any recommendations on what to see, where to eat and the best local hangouts for an authentic experience in Burlington. The NeighborhoodThe old north end is named such because it was the northern point of Burlington until the 1950's when the "new" north end (suburb) was built. In the late 1800's North Street was the most happening part of town. Today, as a more affordable part of Burlington the neighborhoods are filled with young people and refugees from around the world (Burlington is a refugee resettlement location). The old north end is now filled with asian, african and Halal markets. The schools in this neighborhood speak over 35 languages. Getting AroundCCTA ((website hidden)) bus depot is within a 10 minute walk. A bus stop to get you there is two houses away. Burlington is also a very walkable city as well as being fairly bike friendly. There is a waterfront bike path as well as a shorter path through wooded areas. The latter connects the old north end of Burlington to the new north end, with Ethan Allen Homestead and paths to the Intervale farmland. This bike path is 4/10ths of a mile away. Other Things to NoteThere are two indoor/outdoor cats that live here. Anyone with mild allergies should be fine (no carpet).
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Interaction with GuestsI am more than happy to give you any recommendations on what to see, where to eat and the best local hangouts for an authentic experience in Burlington. The NeighborhoodThe old north end is named such because it was the northern point of Burlington until the 1950's when the "new" north end (suburb) was built. In the late 1800's North Street was the most happening part of town. Today, as a more affordable part of Burlington the neighborhoods are filled with young people and refugees from around the world (Burlington is a refugee resettlement location). The old north end is now filled with asian, african and Halal markets. The schools in this neighborhood speak over 35 languages. Getting AroundCCTA ((website hidden)) bus depot is within a 10 minute walk. A bus stop to get you there is two houses away. Burlington is also a very walkable city as well as being fairly bike friendly. There is a waterfront bike path as well as a shorter path through wooded areas. The latter connects the old north end of Burlington to the new north end, with Ethan Allen Homestead and paths to the Intervale farmland. This bike path is 4/10ths of a mile away. Other Things to NoteThere are two indoor/outdoor cats that live here. Anyone with mild allergies should be fine (no carpet).
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The SpaceOne private bedroom with bath in an elegant, Victorian home near university and downtown. Located in one of Burlington's most historic neighborhoods. Easy walking distance to all Burlington has to offer including the waterfront, downtown, University of Vermont, and Champlain College Nice private office area for client use on ground floor, great for longer term visitors. The waterfront is in view of the house's porch. Lake Champlain is 20 minutes downhill with its scenic bike path, boat trips, and waterfront museum. A bus line runs right in front of the house to reach the village of Shelburne and the famous Shelburne Museum. Excellent access to all things Vermont including easy access to ski slopes for winter fun. Large backyard with scenic porch and deck available to guests when weather permits. High speed internet via one of the fastest internet systems in America. Parking is abundant with provided permit. Owners live and work in the house and will facilitate a great stay in vibrant Burlington. They are active community members, history buffs, and in tune with all Burlington has to offer. Learn about Vermont, its history, and all of the wonderful things about the State while visiting. Two cockapoos, hypoallergenic dogs, are friendly residents. House is also within walking distance of the Megabus stop and the ferry. We now include all rooms and meals taxes in our price, we have been successful enough that that is now required! We do not serve breakfast, coffee or tea as a standard guest service. This is a question of not entering into the food and beverage business, which will require other types of permits in future, and we would prefer to stay strictly with hosting guests. We are happy to provide our refrigerator for left overs and snacks. But unfortunately we cannot offer food or beverages to Airbnb guests except when you are joining us personally for a coffee or tea, which we are happy to do when the timing is right. Guest AccessGuests have access to their room and a lovely sitting room with desk and internet on the ground floor. Interaction with GuestsWe love to have tea or coffee with our guests after they have had time to relax and get comfortable. We are happy to share information about the many wonderful options for activities, food and shopping in Burlington. We also love to talk about Burlington's history and about Vermont if our guests are interested. We have lived here 23 years and enjoy sharing stories about the State. It is a unique state with a very independent and fascinating history. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is quiet, leafy, the ideal dream come true New England community, with many old Victorian homes, kids going to school right down the block and a 10-15 minute walk to our vibrant downtown, with music, great food, and shopping. The waterfront is just 15-20 mins walking with boating, a world renowned bike and walking path and fun restaurants. Getting AroundHablamos espanol bastante bien y nos gustaria recibir clientes de Espana y America Latina! Other Things to NoteOwners are committed environmentalists. They use solar hot water for washing all laundry for their Airbnb guests and in summer they dry all of the linens and towels on an outdoor line. In winter, we have retrofitted the house with efficient appliances, and have done a great deal of insulating to keep the house comfortable and warm. We use a wood stove for supplementing our heat. We are very appreciative of guests who turn off lights when they are not using them.
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The SpaceWhen booking please include the names of everyone who will be staying at the house. == Other House guests/The Household == This listing is for either one bedroom two bedrooms or all three, depending on availability. Rooms are made available depending on how many guests are booked, or by special request prior to booking. This listing is owner occupied. If you would like to rent the entire house, than please go to my other listings in my profile to find that listing. == House Layout == One queen bed downstairs, one queen bed upstairs, and two single beds in one room upstairs. There is one bathroom with shower on each floor, and a washer/dryer in the downstairs bathroom. The kitchen is decent size with lots of counters to help accommodate a lot of food prep. One of my favorite features of the house is the screened in porch in the front. Great for rainy days or later in the night after the bugs come out. The living room I have added a 60 inch tv which can get local over the air network channels. It also has Appletv which allows you to use HBOgo and Netflix. The backyard there is a small brick patio with gas weber grill. I'm focused on improving the backyard with such things as building a new wooden fence that lines the entire backyard, and getting grass to grow over the entire yard. Guest AccessWifi Laundry Separate Bathroom with shower Interaction with GuestsMy hosting style is very laid back and hands off. I am happy to answer questions about the area, such as things to do or places to eat. However from some reviews I think guests come away expecting me to be this super perky bubbly personality which isn't me. So please don't be offended if I come across as unenthusiastic, that is just my personality. The NeighborhoodI love how it seems to be an upcoming part of Burlington with so many new places opening up. Coffee and bagel shops located within a block of the house. The waterfront, Church Street and the downtown Burlington area are only a 15 minute walk away. Getting AroundA bus does go by but you should be happy walking, biking or if you want driving to get around town. In the summer downtown Burlington and the waterfront or only a 15 minute walk. Other Things to NoteI do have a giant friendly 180 pound St. Bernard so if you have dog allergies this might not be the best place to stay. We make every effort to clean up but full disclosure regarding that, and during shedding seasons there will be hair, even when I have the place professionally cleaned twice a week, I also schedule cleanings of the house the day of or the day before I do a full house rental. Naturally you can also expect the house to smell like a dog lives here. I am working on ways to mitigate that, but it is a reality of living with dogs in general especially very large dogs. If you would also like to bring a friendly dog to stay at my home, I most likely can accommodate that. I just request that you get permission from me, so that I am aware and also tell me a little about your dog, how they interact with larger dogs and things such as if they would be home at my house at all or with (EMAIL HIDDEN)mon Questions** How does the key exchange work? Actually I don't have a key, I use a keypad entry, which I can provide if I am unable to meet you at your arrival. Do you have parking? I don't have parking, but my neighborhood doesn't have any restrictions and you usually can get a spot right in front of the home. What is your exact address? I'm sorry but I won't share that information until after a guest has booked. The reason I do this as well as why Airbnb doesn't provide exact addresses is to protect hosts from theft, and unannounced arrivals from people who might not have a reservation. If you would like to know how far the house is in relation to different places in the city I will be happy to share that with you though.
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Excellent
48 reviews
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The SpaceThe Beech House is just that--a relaxed, cozy house for all seasons. It's a classic bungalow-style, and it has been very well-loved by all who have graced her rooms since it was built in 1925. The rooms have double beds, dressers, and closet space, plus room for a baby's travel crib. So, comfortably, two people (plus a baby) can fit in each of two rooms. Guest AccessGuests have shared access to the kitchen, living room, dining room, front porch, bathroom (.... there's an additional 3/4 bathroom in the basement that I frequently use when Airbnb guests are here so you'll have an almost-private bathroom!), WIFI, cozy back yard with table/chairs, furniture Interaction with GuestsDepending on when you schedule your visit, I may or may not be here. If I'm not going to be here, the whole house may be available for booking. You'll have all the privacy you want, and I'm happy to get to know you, as well. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is one of the best in Burlington (I'm a little biased), a short and easy walk into town. There are just 4 houses on our street, and we're far enough from downtown hubbub but easy enough to get there. Getting AroundI'm on the city bus line (S. Union Street/Beech is one of their stops). I have off-street parking for you, which is especially important during the winter. I'm a very easy 10-minute drive from the airport and an easy drive to the Amtrak station in Essex Junction (about 20-minute drive). Other Things to Note I have two rooms available for guests. Each has a double bed.
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The SpaceOur space is open and bright, with plenty of green-space out both the front and back. It's convenient yet quiet... a perfect spot to relax after a fun day. There are two guest rooms; each of which accommodate 2 people. The other listing can be found under the same name: Comfortable Room on the Bike Path! The bathroom is simple, yet well-stocked. It is shared with the other guest(s) in the house. Each bedroom has a keyless lock.. so whether you are in or out, your belongings are secure. In the room you will find: Closet with shelves and hangers Full-length mirror Smoke + carbon monoxide detectors Alarm clock Clean and comfortable bedding Bath + beach towels Yoga mat Beach chairs Guest AccessFun stuff to share: Bikes, books, board games, sound station, snowshoes, back deck with gas grill..lawn games and lake floats in the summer, and a RAIS wood burning fireplace in the winter.. Practical stuff to share: Full kitchen Dishwasher Laundry Iron/board Hair dryer Interaction with GuestsThere is a keyless entry system to the house, so it is easy to come and go on your schedule. Please feel free to reach out to us at any time with questions, or if you're seeking suggestions for food and/or fun in Burlington! The NeighborhoodThe historic Lakeside community is located in the thriving post-industrial arts district of Burlington's south end. This unique square of duplexes was built in the late 19th century to house lumber mill workers and their families. It is situated beside Lake Champlain and on the Burlington bike path. Lakeside Park, which is host to pick-up soccer games, a basketball court, playground, and a free winter ice skating rink, is central to the community, with the duplexes forming a square along its perimeter. Just down the street is the much larger Oakledge Park, which is complete with tennis courts, shuffleboard, a giant human sundial, and a very cool handicapped accessible tree house! The neighborhood beach is only 2 blocks from our house, and is the perfect spot to swim or catch the incredible sunset over Lake Champlain and the Adirondack mountains. Perhaps the most convenient feature of our neighborhood is that it is located directly on a popular bike and pedestrian path that follows the shoreline through Burlington, and continues 12.5 miles to a seasonal bike ferry that connects cyclists to the Champlain Islands and beyond. The path is popular among bicyclists, tourists, and commuters alike. In the winter you can ski on it! Getting AroundFree parking is available, both on and off-street. If you use our driveway, please stay to the far right. The left side belongs to our neighbors. We are 5.5 miles from the airport. There is cab service or Uber. We are less than 2 miles to the heart of Burlington... feel free to borrow a bike to cruise around! The city bus is referred to as the CCTA. A ride costs $1.25, and will bring you to the center of Burlington in about 5 minutes. Check out the Pine Street or Lakeside Commuter lines. Other Things to NoteWe have an infant daughter named Parker. She doesn't cry much and hasn't been heard by guests yet, but it is always a possibility. We do have sound machines in the guest rooms! We have an awesome cat named Macy. She barely sheds, but if you are very allergic you may want to look elsewhere.
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The SpaceThe second-floor in-house suite has a bedroom with a queen-size bed, a sitting room with a pantry and private bath with a shower/tub fusion. A separate entrance allows you privacy to come and go as you please. The pantry in the suite is stocked with the local and/or organic breakfast foods so you can take breakfast at your leisure. Please let us know if you have special dietary needs when you make your reservation. Breezes from the lake and shade from the large maple tree keep our air moving and fresh with no need for air-conditioning. Price includes 11% City of Burlington and VT tax and cleaning fee. We are inspected and licensed by the Vermont Department of Health. Single night and off-season rates available upon request. Guest AccessEnjoy the views of Lake Champlain and the Adirondack Mountains from bed or sofa in the suite and from the garden, where you will find seating, a tree swing, and all-terrain bocce. Interaction with GuestsFriendly hostess occasionally sighted on premises... The Neighborhood• Amazing view of Lake Champlain and the Adirondack Mountains — A great place to watch Burlington's 3rd of July fireworks! • Close proximity to UVM and Champlain College, shopping, dining, and Downtown Burlington. • A great home base for your Burlington Brew Tour! Getting Around• Easy walk or bike to Downtown, the Bike Path and the Waterfront. • Enjoyable running and walking routes mapped out from the house for easy navigation. Other Things to NoteBring your personal technology because we don't have television - but we do have free high-speed wi-fi …or leave your personal technology at home and bring that book you've been meaning to read! Massage packages at a local studio or in your room can be arranged. Laundry service is available for an additional charge. Our air is conditioned, naturally, with windows that open and lake breezes to cool you in the summer. Listed price is for double occupancy/multiple nights includes taxes and cleaning fee.
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The SpaceWhen booking please include the names of everyone who will be staying at the house. == Other House guests/The Household == This listing is for either one bedroom or two bedrooms, depending on availability. Rooms are made available depending on how many guests are booked, or by special request prior to booking. This listing is owner occupied. If you would like to rent the entire house, than please go to my other listings in my profile to find that listing. == House Layout == There is two rooms upstairs, one room has a queen bed and the other has two single beds. There is one bathroom with shower on each floor, and a washer/dryer in the downstairs bathroom. The kitchen is decent size with lots of counters to help accommodate a lot of food prep. One of my favorite features of the house is the screened in porch in the front. Great for rainy days or later in the night after the bugs come out. The living room I have added a 60 inch TV which can get local over the air network channels. It also has Appletv which allows you to use HBOgo and Netflix. The backyard there is a small brick patio with gas weber grill. I'm focused on improving the backyard with such things as building a new wooden fence that lines the entire backyard, and getting grass to grow over the entire yard. Guest AccessWifi Laundry Separate Bathroom with shower Interaction with GuestsMy hosting style is very laid back and hands off. I am happy to answer questions about the area, such as things to do or places to eat. However from some reviews I think guests come away expecting me to be this super perky bubbly personality which isn't me. So please don't be offended if I come across as unenthusiastic, that is just my personality. The NeighborhoodI love how it seems to be an upcoming part of Burlington with so many new places opening up. Coffee and bagel shops located within a block of the house. The waterfront, Church Street and the downtown Burlington area are only a 15 minute walk away. Getting AroundA bus does go by but you should be happy walking, biking or if you want driving to get around town. In the summer downtown Burlington and the waterfront or only a 15 minute walk. Other Things to NoteI do have a giant friendly 180 pound St. Bernard so if you have dog allergies this might not be the best place to stay. We make every effort to clean up but full disclosure regarding that, and during shedding seasons there will be hair, even when I have the place professionally cleaned twice a week, I also schedule cleanings of the house the day of or the day before I do a full house rental. Naturally you can also expect the house to smell like a dog lives here. I am working on ways to mitigate that, but it is a reality of living with dogs in general especially very large dogs. If you would also like to bring a friendly dog to stay at my home, I most likely can accommodate that. I just request that you get permission from me, so that I am aware and also tell me a little about your dog, how they interact with larger dogs and things such as if they would be home at my house at all or with (EMAIL HIDDEN)mon Questions** How does the key exchange work? Actually I don't have a key, I use a keypad entry, which I can provide if I am unable to meet you at your arrival. Do you have parking? I don't have parking, but my neighborhood doesn't have any restrictions and you usually can get a spot right in front of the home. What is your exact address? I'm sorry but I won't share that information until after a guest has booked. The reason I do this as well as why Airbnb doesn't provide exact addresses is to protect hosts from theft, and unannounced arrivals from people who might not have a reservation. If you would like to know how far the house is in relation to different places in the city I will be happy to share that with you though.
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The SpaceWhen booking please include the names of everyone who will be staying at the house. == Other House guests/The Household == This listing is for two single beds in one room. This listing is owner occupied. If you would like to rent the entire house, than please go to my other listings in my profile to find that listing. == House Layout == Two single beds in one room upstairs. There is one bathroom with shower on each floor, and a washer/dryer in the downstairs bathroom. The kitchen is decent size with lots of counters to help accommodate a lot of food prep. One of my favorite features of the house is the screened in porch in the front. Great for rainy days or later in the night after the bugs come out. The living room I have added a 60 inch tv which can get local over the air network channels. It also has Appletv which allows you to use HBOgo and Netflix. The backyard there is a small brick patio with gas weber grill. I'm focused on improving the backyard with such things as building a new wooden fence that lines the entire backyard, and getting grass to grow over the entire yard. Guest AccessWifi Laundry Separate Bathroom with shower Interaction with GuestsMy hosting style is very laid back and hands off. I am happy to answer questions about the area, such as things to do or places to eat. However from some reviews I think guests come away expecting me to be this super perky bubbly personality which isn't me. So please don't be offended if I come across as unenthusiastic, that is just my personality. The NeighborhoodI love how it seems to be an upcoming part of Burlington with so many new places opening up. Coffee and bagel shops located within a block of the house. The waterfront, Church Street and the downtown Burlington area are only a 15 minute walk away. Getting AroundA bus does go by but you should be happy walking, biking or if you want driving to get around town. In the summer downtown Burlington and the waterfront or only a 15 minute walk. Other Things to NoteI do have a giant friendly 180 pound St. Bernard so if you have dog allergies this might not be the best place to stay. We make every effort to clean up but full disclosure regarding that, and during shedding seasons there will be hair, even when I have the place professionally cleaned twice a week, I also schedule cleanings of the house the day of or the day before I do a full house rental. Naturally you can also expect the house to smell like a dog lives here. I am working on ways to mitigate that, but it is a reality of living with dogs in general especially very large dogs. If you would also like to bring a friendly dog to stay at my home, I most likely can accommodate that. I just request that you get permission from me, so that I am aware and also tell me a little about your dog, how they interact with larger dogs and things such as if they would be home at my house at all or with (EMAIL HIDDEN)mon Questions** How does the key exchange work? Actually I don't have a key, I use a keypad entry, which I can provide if I am unable to meet you at your arrival. Do you have parking? I don't have parking, but my neighborhood doesn't have any restrictions and you usually can get a spot right in front of the home. What is your exact address? I'm sorry but I won't share that information until after a guest has booked. The reason I do this as well as why Airbnb doesn't provide exact addresses is to protect hosts from theft, and unannounced arrivals from people who might not have a reservation. If you would like to know how far the house is in relation to different places in the city I will be happy to share that with you though.
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The SpacePrivate room in a charming historic home - Just a 10 minute walk to Church Street - teeming with restaurants, the Flynn and Roxy theaters, and great shopping. Around the corner from Champlain College and UVM. Quiet cul de sac location with plenty of safe street parking. Spacious 3rd floor bedroom, with desk and reading chair. Double bed. Guest AccessPrivate bath (located on the 2nd floor) Guests are welcome to relax in the living room and kitchen, and in the peaceful garden/back yard. We have a couple of bikes to lend to explore Burlington and its beautiful bike path! Interaction with GuestsWe are a UVM professor and an Institutional Research Director. We've raised 3 daughters, know the area well, and love to make recommendations to explore Burlington and the surrounding areas. Hosts are conversant in French. The NeighborhoodThe Hill Section of Burlington is a family friendly, historic, safe, and centrally located neighborhood. Getting AroundWe are 3.5 miles from the Burlington airport - about 15 minutes by taxi. A CCTA bus stop at the end of the street easily connects you to the Greater Burlington area. We're walking distance to the Megabus stop at UVM, and to the Lake Champlain Ferry. Other Things to NoteWe have a small, friendly, and hypoallergetic dog - a terrier named Bailey.
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The SpaceThree rooms: living room, bedroom, kitchen. Clean, uncluttered. One new Ikea queen bed with 600-thread-count sheets and new feather pillows. Gas cooktop. Front porch is yours to enjoy. Child or even a third adult could sleep comfortably on couch.I've had a guest say that it's "smaller than it looks in the pictures." It's about 350 square feet. The bathroom is VERY small, but clean and functional with a great shower. Guest AccessPorch, entire apt., off-street parking. Interaction with GuestsI would love to meet/greet whenever possible. Then I'll be heading for my Maine place. Occasionally I've already left for Maine when guest arrives, in which case I leave the place open with key and a note inside on the table. The NeighborhoodQuiet street. JUST close enough to downtown and waterfront but far enough away to be quiet. Beware of apartments in the student zone between downtown and campus; noisy! Have never had a problem with other residents in the building, who are all nice young professionals. Coming soon: Gelato parlor just down the street. Getting AroundHalf-block from the bus stop. Bus terminal is only 10 blocks. $15 for cab from airport. Other Things to Note4 blocks from Champlain College campus; 10 blocks to UVM campus green; 10 blocks to beautiful, bustling waterfront park.
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Excellent
15 reviews
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The SpaceThis converted historic garage stands apart from the main house of our One Of A Kind B+B and offers the same knowledgeable, friendly hospitality that has made One Of A Kind true to its name and a constantly popular Burlington home stay. We are the only licensed lodging in Burlington that sits on a plateau above Lake Champlain and offers unimpeded views west. At 13 ft. x 18.6 ft., Carpe Diem is about three times the size of the main cabin on a 70-foot sailboat cruising by on the lake below you, and includes radiant heat flooring, a fully equipped kitchen, one full size bed, private bath and a garden at your doorstep. The kitchen will be stocked with locally produced foods for you to take breakfast at your leisure. The price includes local and state room taxes. The cottage is inspected and licensed by the Vermont Department of Health. This restored and restorative retreat is available for day, weekend, week-long or month-to-month stays. The rate quoted is for single/double occupancy and multiple night stays. It includes cleaning fee and 11% City of Burlington and VT tax. Single night and off-season rates are available upon request. Guest AccessEnjoy the views of Lake Champlain and the Adirondack Mountains from your accommodation or the garden where you will find seating and a tree swing! Interaction with GuestsFriendly hostess occasionally sighted on premises... The Neighborhood• Amazing view of Lake Champlain and the Adirondack Mountains — A great place to watch Burlington's 3rd of July fireworks! • Close proximity to UVM (1 mile), Champlain College, shopping, dining, and life in Downtown Burlington (10-15 minute walk). • A great home base for your Burlington Brew Tour! Getting Around• Easy walk to Downtown, the Bike Path and the Burlington Waterfront. • Enjoyable running and walking routes mapped out from the house for easy navigation. *Parking on site or on the street nearby. *Public transit one and two blocks away. Cab service arranged and contacts shared. Other Things to NoteBring your personal technology because we don't have television - but we do have free high-speed wi-fi …or leave your personal technology at home and bring that book you've been meaning to read! Laundry service is available for an additional charge. Our air is conditioned, naturally, with windows that open, oscillating fans and lake breezes to cool you in the summer. Listed price includes 11% state and local taxes and is for multiple nights stays with single/double occupancy and.
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Excellent
16 reviews
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The SpaceOur house is a sweet cottage style Victorian that was built in 1899. It has two full sized bathrooms, a spacious kitchen, a living room, and a family room. There's plenty of room to spread out and hang. There is a queen size bed in the master bedroom, a full size bed in the guest bedroom, and a fold-down futon in the family room. An additional person could also sleep on the sofa in the living room, but it isn't a sleeper. Guest AccessPlease help yourselves to staples like cooking oil, spices, butter, and coffee! You're welcome to use the washer and dryer too. The NeighborhoodThe house is located in Burlington’s Old North End neighborhood. It’s a quick walk to Barrio Bakery (nom nom nom), the Radio Bean (live music), and Pho Hong. You’re a 10-minute walk to downtown, half a mile from the top of Church Street, one mile to Waterfront Park, walking distance to the waterfront and bike paths, and the University of Vermont. It’s a 45-minute drive to Stowe. Getting AroundThe bus stop is a few doors down. One off street parking space is available. We're a 15 minute drive (or $15 cab fare) from the airport. Other Things to NotePrice includes 11% VT and Burlington rooms tax.
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Excellent
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The SpaceThis is a fabulous one bedroom with a sitting area and a beautiful bathroom adorned with a spacious shower and bathtub. The room is bright and sunny, and elegantly furnished. There is free wifi and air-conditioning for the hot summer months as well as cable and of course a television. It is above the owner's living space, but it does have its own entrance and exit. It is located in the hill section of Burlington which is a very safe area, surrounded by mostly all residential homes. The house is a five minute walk to the Chruch Street Marketplace, where you will find the best dining, shopping, and galleries in the area. It is also a fifteen minute walk to Lake Champlain and the waterfront amenities. There is parking available for two cars. The house is a lovely brick and cedar-shake victorian built in 1896, and has a large front porch for sitting and dinning. There is also a sizable backyard that has been charmingly landscaped where you will find a newly built gazebo and a collection of chairs. You can expect muffins, coffee and tea daily and if you arrive late in the night, a plate of local eats will be waiting for you.
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The SpaceA sunny private queen size room near the heart of downtown Burlington. Located between Church Street and the University of Vermont Green in National Register of Historic Places row-house. Off-street parking space. On free College Street Shuttle bus line which runs from lakefront to Fletcher Allen Hospital. Private bedroom with breakfast in the heart of downtown Burlington. Located between Church Street and the University of Vermont Green in National Register of Historic Places row-house, this accommodation can’t be beat for location and convenience. Stay in this sunny south facing bedroom has queen size bed, dresser, closet, and desk. Another great feature is the unique bathroom with antique claw foot tub and separate shower. One off-street parking space included. The free College Street Shuttle bus line which runs right outside the front door with stops at lakefront, Church Street, UVM and Fletcher Allen Hospital. I welcome guests, help them get settled, give directions, offer restaurant recommendations and chat over breakfast. Historic neighborhood which is great for walking and sightseeing. The College Street Congregational Church clock reminds you of the time. The Memorial Auditorium is a block away and the Flynn Center is only 3 blocks. City Market Coop is virtually out the back door. Once parked, you never need to drive as Church Street Marketplace restaurants and shops just two blocks. Downtown city bus center 4 blocks away. Free College Street Shuttle bus stop in front of house. Lodging includes home-made breakfast. Time flexible and please share dietary restrictions. Guest AccessThe guest room is on the second floor. The big bathroom on that level is pretty much yours. Guests welcome to share rest of house with me. There are steps from parking to main floor and then to bedroom level. Interaction with GuestsGuests share my house with me. After I get guests settled and oriented, I interact with my them mainly over breakfast. Available to answer questions and provide guidance whenever necessary. The NeighborhoodMy house is in a great neighborhood two blocks from Church street -- restaurants, clubs, shopping, and entertainment. Getting AroundThe free College Street Shuttle runs a few steps from my house. The main City bus terminal is four blocks away. Other Things to NoteMy home is a 1910 townhouse in a historic district -- no cookie cutter here. This also means there are stairs. Parking area to bedroom is two stories.
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Excellent
207 reviews
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The SpaceSecond floor studio apartment in fabulous Burlington, VT. Private entrance with screened-in porch. Private parking space. Full kitchen. Newly renovated. Very comfortable. Walk to Burlington, to the lake, or along Burlington's lakefront bike-path. There are numerous events in Burlington all year, as well as shops, cafes and The Burlington Mall. Also we are a twenty minute drive to Bolton Valley ski resort, and 40 minutes to Stowe. My sweet little apartment will make you smile with comfy brand new furnishings and utensils, appliances, flat screen TV etc! Your private entry is inside a screened in porch, where you can enjoy reading the morning paper with many awesome bakeries within walking distance. Its the perfect get away, two blocks from the historic waterfront, with restaurants, and boat and lunch tours on the lake. Many events are hosted by Burlington. Its a wonderful college town on beautiful Lake Champlain, home of Champ the lake monster, who has been spotted here for a century. The beautiful Adirondacks line the New York side of the lake, you can catch a glimpse of them from the front sidewalk of your entrance. More pictures to come! The posted price includes, cleaning fee and state taxes. Single night reservations, or a third guest is an additional $20 Guest Accessscreened in porch, off street parking in driveway Interaction with Guests if needed, I am available The Neighborhoodyoung families and professionals, quiet see the lake and mountains from front of the house. We are in the Arts District, around the corner from Arts Riot, Citizens Cider, Barge Canal shops and Meyers Bagels, Natural Harvest Bakery, Speeder and Earls Coffee and pastries, Soyo frozen yogurt, New World Tortillas, Battery Street Jeans. Lake Champlain and bikepath are three blocks. Swinging downtown Burlington is three blocks away. Quiet neighborhood. Excellent location. Beautiful renovated private apartment with own entrance and a great front porch. You won't be disappointed. Getting Aroundbus stop on corner, close to waterfront and Burlington center Other Things to Notesingle weekend nights $184 that is Friday, Saturday Seasonal Rates December-March
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The Spaceclean and full of unique things. Guest Accessbeach, church street, restaurants, ski areas... Interaction with GuestsA few times during their stay to make sure everything is going well. The Neighborhoodquiet but full of life Getting Aroundon the bus line Other Things to Notebeaches
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The SpacePrivate room, 1 double bed and 2 single beds (bunk-bed), $69 per person whether it's you alone or you + another (the second guess is free!). We look forward to speaking with you in French, Portuguese, English or Spanish. Guest AccessShared kitchen. The NeighborhoodBurlington's Arts District: Galleries and studios and First Friday Art Walk. South End Art Hop (Sept 2014). Quiet neighborhood near the Bike Path, beaches and parks. Getting AroundCity & commuter bus routes are close by. Airport, Greyhounds & Mega Bus: 10 minute. Amtrak: 20 minutes.
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The SpaceBurlington is unique and my place is in the greatest neighborhood in Burlington. Guest AccessKitchen, yard, porch, Internet, off-street parking. I have mountain bikes and a canoe that guests are welcome (encouraged) to use. Interaction with GuestsThe guest(s) have my personal, entire apartment to themselves. The NeighborhoodIt's historical; adjacent to downtown; probably the most ethnically diverse neighborhood in Vermont. Most of them are new Americans including political refugees - Somalia and Bhutan. Many students but not as dominant as neighborhoods that are closer to the University. There are few if any wealthy people. Many people walking and getting around on bicycles including the coldest days in winter. A bike lane begins and another one ends, right at my house. This neighborhood, at 32%, might have the highest rate of car-free households this side of NYC. Getting AroundWe have good local bus service. One stops across the street. There is good transit to Montpelier, Middlebury and St. Albans. Daily Amtrak train from NYC, Philly and DC, gets within 7 miles and in two years we will have fast Amtrak service - The Ethan Allen Express, which presently goes from NYC to Rutland, VT, will come up to downtown Burlington. Other Things to NoteWe try to live an environmentally sound lifestyle here. We compost (I leave good instructions/directions), don't waste energy - no meditating or sleeping in the shower. Bed and futon fold-out beds are both "full size", not "queen". Bathroom is small with a brand new tiled shower. Guests clean after themselves and make up bed. Guests do NOT do the laundry.
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The SpaceClean quiet bedroom in a first floor apartment in a quiet neighborhood located within a short walking distance to downtown. Enjoy the open space of the apartment or the backyard garden. You will be greeted by a friendly golden retriever, Daisy, and cat. Guests will enjoy the privacy of a small simple bedroom. New full size firm mattress with hypoallergenic comforter. The room also has a repurposed table and chair along with a mirror and shelf. The bedroom door is generally kept closed so the animals don't have access to the room. Guests will have access to their own private room and will have shared access to bathroom, kitchen, and living room. Off-street parking as well as a covered porch for storing a bike are available. Street parking is open. Guest will enjoy the quiet neighborhood located across the street from a park that offers tennis courts, basketball courts, as well as a baseball field, and ice skating when weather permitting. Downtown Burlington, Lake Champlain Waterfront, University of Vermont, and University of Vermont Medical Center are all within walking/biking distance. Guest AccessGuests will have access to their own private room and will have shared access to bathroom, kitchen, living room, back porch and yard. Off-street parking as well as a covered porch for storing a bike are available. The NeighborhoodGuest will enjoy the quiet neighborhood located across the street from a park that offers tennis, basketball, and volleyball courts as well as a baseball field. Downtown Burlington, Lake Champlain, University of Vermont, and Fletcher Allen Health Care are all within walking/biking distance of this wonderful apartment.
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The SpaceBuilt in 1910 the house has some serious charm. Renovated in 2009 it has all the amenities one would want. There are two indoor/outdoor cats that live here. Anyone with mild allergies should be fine (no carpet). Guest AccessMake yourself at home within my home. Guests have access to all common areas, including living room, ping pong room and even the music area. I prefer that there is no cooking in the kitchen, however use of the fridge and microwave is allowed. Interaction with GuestsI am more than happy to give you any recommendations on what to see, where to eat and the best local hangouts for an authentic experience in Burlington. The NeighborhoodThe old north end is named such because it was the northern point of Burlington until the 1950's when the "new" north end (suburb) was built. In the late 1800's North Street was the most happening part of town. Today, as a more affordable part of Burlington the neighborhoods are filled with young people and refugees from around the world (Burlington is a refugee resettlement location). The old north end is now filled with asian, african and Halal markets. The schools in this neighborhood speak over 35 languages. Getting AroundCCTA ((website hidden)) bus depot is within a 10 minute walk. A bus stop to get you there is two houses away. Burlington is also a very walkable city as well as being fairly bike friendly. There is a waterfront bike path as well as a shorter path through wooded areas. The latter connects the old north end of Burlington to the new north end, with Ethan Allen Homestead and paths to the Intervale farmland. This bike path is 4/10ths of a mile away.
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The SpaceThe house has a total of eight rooms. The first floor has four rooms and a lavatory: LR, DR, Kitchen and an enclosed porch with a couch, two folding chairs and a 32" TV. The TV has an Apple TV modem. The "TV room" is heated but can be chilly in winter. I supply a plug-in heater for supplemental heat. There is good high speed wi-fi. There are 3 bedrooms upstairs along with a small full bath. There is also 4th BR is accessible through the twin BR closet (small door with very low headroom) or via a steep back stairway. It is the slightly quirky way-back room (see photos) with a full bed and very sloped sidewalls but full head room in the center. It can be used as a 4th bedroom if you ask me before hand and I can get it ready. PLEASE NOTE: Be aware that the tub and shower in the small bathroom is located under a sloped ceiling. A few guest have commented that it is awkward space if you are over 5'-5". I do provide a shower stool which can be used in conjunction with the hand held shower head as on option. PARKING There may be garage parking for a small car in the summer months (if my car is gone) and there is one space in front of the garage. Street parking is also available but can be hard to find depending on the time of day, college break times and other factors. LOCAL ACTIVITIES Vermont is great for outdoor activities summer and winter. Winter activities include downhill skiing which is as near as 1/2 hour drive (Bolton Valley a great family ski area!) or an hour drive to Stowe, Sugarbush, Mad River Glen ("ski it you can.") or Smuggler's Notch. There is also xcountry skiing on the groomed, flat trails of the "interval" along the Winooski River and at the country club, both right in Burlington. Summer and Fall there are opportunities for hiking, sailing, swimming, biking or just strolling the waterfront and downtown. Please feel free to contact me for additional information. PS Before sending me a request please have profile and verification completed Thanks. Guest AccessIf I am not available to hand off the key, I will make arrangements for you to access the house. Interaction with GuestsI will leave detailed orientation and instructions on the house and its quirks. The NeighborhoodThis desirable Hill Section neighborhood is full of historic homes. Some are single family and others have been converted to offices or apartments. Lake Champlain and the downtown are less than a 15 minute walk down the hill. There are many shops and restaurants of all kinds to suit all tastes and budgets. Burlington is a real foodie town with a strong ethic of farm to table dining so you are in store for lots of great dining. There are too many cultural activities to list, from performances at the historic Flynn Theatre to rock, jazz concerts in nearby Higher Ground in South Burlington. There are also a few local breweries nearby including Citizens Cider. Getting Around For a small city, Burlington has a great bus system that can bring you to and from the airport and the Amtrak station in Essex Junction. It takes longer than the taxi but it is a bargain. There is a fairly convenient bus to Montpelier if you want spend the day visiting the Capital City and the State House. You can search CCTA on line for more info. Other Things to NoteAll state and local rooms and meals taxes are included.
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Excellent
112 reviews
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The SpaceOur apartment was recently built and was constructed with an eye towards natural light. Surrounded by windows, mid-morning sunlight floods the spacious living area highlighting the natural Vermont maple woodwork. The space is lived in by Charlie's grandparents when they come to town. It has a separate entrance, large bathroom and living area with cathedral ceilings, and large deck, and a large loft bedroom with a queen sized bed. There are great views of the magnificent sunsets over the lake from the loft. Price includes 11% state/local tax. Guests have access to WiFi and bicycle storage. We live a door away and if we're home, are happy to answer questions or give recommendations for what the area has to offer. The space is completely private and it is up to guests how much interaction they want during their stay. You may see us feeding the chickens, working in the garden, or taking out the compost - or perhaps not at all! The Five Sisters Neighborhood is one of the gems of Burlington. Within Vermont's largest city, you'll still find a true neighborhood where people know their neighbors, kids play games in the quiet streets, and families walk or bike to the park (2 blocks), to get Burlington's best pizza (Panacea Pizza - 1 block), or frozen yogurt (12 minute walk) on a regular basis. We have lots of neighbors close by and we request that our guests be respectful, not host guests in our space, and not be too noisy during their stay. A few blocks down the hill is Burlington's up and coming art district. It's filled with terrific workshops, studios, galleries, fun new cafes and restaurants, great frozen yogurt, a cidery, a brewery, awesome burritos, and Lake Champlain Chocolates which makes homeade ice cream! One parking spot in our driveway is available for guests. We are 1.5 miles from the interstate, and a ten minute taxi ride to the airport ($15). There is also a bus stop one block from our house. Burlington's beautiful and well loved lakeside bike path is a short mile away. Depending on the timing, we may have bicycles that can be borrowed. Guests have access to WiFi and bicycle storage. We live a door away and if we're home, are happy to answer questions or give recommendations for what the area has to offer. The space is completely private and it is up to guests how much interaction they want during their stay. You may see us feeding the chickens, working in the garden, or taking out the compost - or perhaps not at all! The Five Sisters Neighborhood is one of the gems of Burlington. Within Vermont's largest city, you'll still find a true neighborhood where people know their neighbors, kids play games in the quiet streets, and families walk or bike to the park (2 blocks), to get Burlington's best pizza (Panacea Pizza - 1 block), or frozen yogurt (12 minute walk) on a regular basis. We have lots of neighbors close by and we request that our guests be respectful, not host guests in our space, and not be too noisy during their stay. A few blocks down the hill is the up and coming arts part of town. It's filled with terrific workshops, galleries, fun new cafes and restaurants, great frozen yogurt, a cidery, a brewery, awesome burritos, and Lake Champlain Chocolates who makes homemade ice cream. One parking spot in our driveway is available for guests. We are 1.5 miles from the interstate, and a ten minute taxi ride to the airport ($15). There is also a bus stop one block from our house. Burlington's beautiful and well loved lakeside bike path is a short mile away. Depending on the timing, we may have bicycles that can be borrowed. Guests have access to WiFi and bicycle storage. We live a door away and if we're home, are happy to answer questions or give recommendations for what the area has to offer. The space is completely private and it is up to guests how much interaction they want during their stay. You may see us feeding the chickens, working in the garden, or taking out the compost - or perhaps not at all! The Five Sisters Neighborhood is one of the gems of Burlington. Within Vermont's largest city, you'll still find a true neighborhood where people know their neighbors, kids play games in the quiet streets, and families walk or bike to the park (2 blocks), to get Burlington's best pizza (Panacea Pizza - 1 block), or frozen yogurt (12 minute walk) on a regular basis. We have lots of neighbors close by and we request that our guests be respectful, not host guests in our space, and not be too noisy during their stay. A few blocks down the hill is the up and coming arts part of town. It's filled with terrific workshops, galleries, fun new cafes and restaurants, great frozen yogurt, a cidery, a brewery, awesome burritos, and Lake Champlain Chocolates who makes homemade ice cream. One parking spot in our driveway is available for guests. We are 1.5 miles from the interstate, and a ten minute taxi ride to the airport ($15). There is also a bus stop one block from our house. Burlington's beautiful and well loved lakeside bike path is a short mile away. Depending on the timing, we may have bicycles that can be borrowed. Guest AccessGuests have access to WiFi and bicycle storage. Interaction with GuestsWe live a door away and if we're home, are happy to answer questions or give recommendations for what the area has to offer. The space is completely private and it is up to guests how much interaction they want during their stay. You may see us feeding the chickens, working in the garden, or taking out the compost - or perhaps not at all! The NeighborhoodThe Five Sisters Neighborhood is one of the gems of Burlington. Within Vermont's largest city, you'll still find a true neighborhood where people know their neighbors, kids play games in the quiet streets, and families walk or bike to the park (2 blocks), to get Burlington's best pizza (Panacea Pizza - 1 block), or frozen yogurt (12 minute walk) on a regular basis. We have lots of neighbors close by and we request that our guests be respectful, not host guests in our space, and not be too noisy during their stay. A few blocks down the hill is the up and coming arts part of town. It's filled with terrific workshops, galleries, fun new cafes and restaurants, great frozen yogurt, a cidery, a brewery, awesome burritos, and Lake Champlain Chocolates who makes homemade ice cream. Getting AroundOne parking spot in our driveway is available for guests. We are 1.5 miles from the interstate, and a ten minute taxi ride to the airport ($15). There is also a bus stop one block from our house. Burlington's beautiful and well loved lakeside bike path is a short mile away. Depending on the timing, we may have bicycles that can be borrowed.
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The SpaceWhen booking please include the names of everyone who will be staying at the house. Currently I have the house setup with four bedrooms, and one pull out couch in the living room. Upstairs is my bedroom with one queen bed, while the other bedrooms upstairs has two single beds and one queen. Downstairs is the fourth bedroom with a queen and direct access to the backyard. There are two bathrooms, one upstairs and one downstairs. The upstairs bathroom is shared and is the more traditional style with a bathtub. The downstairs bathroom has a stand up shower, and includes the washer and dryer, as well as small vanity with plenty of space for a weekend stay. The kitchen is decent size with lots of counters to help accommodate a lot of food prep. One of my favorite features of the house is the screened in porch in the front. Great for rainy days or later in the night after the bugs come out. The living room I have added a 60 inch tv which can get local over the air network channels. It also has Appletv which allows you to use HBOgo and Netflix. The backyard there is a small brick patio with gas weber grill. I'm focused on improving the backyard with such things as building a new wooden fence that lines the entire backyard, and getting grass to grow over the entire yard. **When requesting a reservation please include the answer to this question, which I have included to be sure the house rules were read. Who did I name my dog after?** Guest AccessWifi Laundry Separate Bathroom with shower Interaction with GuestsMy hosting style is very laid back and hands off. I am happy to answer questions about the area, such as things to do or places to eat. However from some reviews I think guests come away expecting me to be this super perky bubbly personality which isn't me. So please don't be offended if I come across as unenthusiastic, that is just my personality. The NeighborhoodI love how it seems to be an upcoming part of Burlington with so many new places opening up. Coffee and bagel shops located within a block of the house. The waterfront, Church Street and the downtown Burlington area are only a 15 minute walk away. Getting AroundA bus does go by but you should be happy walking, biking or if you want driving to get around town. In the summer downtown Burlington and the waterfront or only a 15 minute walk. Other Things to NoteI do have a giant friendly 180 pound St. Bernard so if you have dog allergies this might not be the best place to stay. We make every effort to clean up but full disclosure regarding that, and during shedding seasons there will be hair, even when I have the place professionally cleaned twice a week, I also schedule cleanings of the house the day of or the day before I do a full house rental. Naturally you can also expect the house to smell like a dog lives here. I am working on ways to mitigate that, but it is a reality of living with dogs in general especially very large dogs. If you would also like to bring a friendly dog to stay at my home, I most likely can accommodate that. I just request that you get permission from me, so that I am aware and also tell me a little about your dog, how they interact with larger dogs and things such as if they would be home at my house alone at all or with you at all times. Often Asked Questions How does the key exchange work? Actually I don't have a key, I use a keypad entry, which I can provide if I am unable to meet you at your arrival. Do you have parking? For full house rentals I can accommodate two cars. I do share the driveway with my neighbors, so it is very important that you pull all the way up and two the left so as not to obstruct them. There are also no restrictions regarding street parking, and you can usually get a spot right in front. What is your exact address? I'm sorry but I won't share that information until after a guest has booked. The reason I do this as well as why Airbnb doesn't provide exact addresses is to protect hosts from theft, and unannounced arrivals from people who might not have a reservation. If you would like to know how far the house is in relation to different places in the city I will be happy to share that with you though.