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THE CAUSEWAY MIRACLE 

Posted by: Linda Wolf We were so sad when we heard a few weeks ago that the Colchester Causeway connecting travellers from the mainland to the Lake Champlain Islands would be closed for the season due to massive storm damage. Luckily, the town of Colchester recognized the importance of the causeway for summer outdoor recreation and …

JAZZ HANDS HIGHLY ENCOURAGED 

Posted by: Linda Wolf One of our favorite Burlington events is one sleep away, where will you rest your head? Made INN Vermont is the perfect place to stay when visiting downtown Burlington during the Discover Jazz Festival— and it all starts tomorrow, June 1 through June 10. This year’s main attraction, Leslie Odom Jr. will perform at …

TWO IS BETTER THAN FOUR 

Posted by: Linda Wolf Made INN Vermont is Burlington, Vermont’s funkiest bed and breakfast in the best location! So, ditch your car in our driveway or on the street and lace up your shoes… it’s time to hop on two wheels and see everything Burlington has to offer. Whether you’re a cycling enthusiast or leisure …

5 MOUTH WATERING MEALS TO HAVE IN BURLINGTON 

Posted by: Linda Wolf Once you settle in to Burlington’s best boutique city retreat and take some time to explore our historic bed and breakfast we suggest hitting the town and enjoying these 5 (best kept secret) mouth watering meals. Honey Road is an all woman run kitchen that recently received a nod for a James Beard Award (who’da thunk, …

RARITY IS IN HIGH DEMAND 

Posted by: Linda Wolf Just like the pineapple, Made INN Vermont is a rare gem. Our all-inclusive, award winning bed and breakfast located in the heart of downtown Burlington offers unmatched hospitality, gorgeous views of Lake Champlain and the Adirondacks and unforgettable stays. The history of how the pineapple came to represent hospitality is long and winding, …

WHAT TO DO (OR DRINK) IN BURLINGTON WHEN IT’S RAINING 

Posted by: Linda Wolf So, you wake up in Burlington’s only all-inclusive, historic, luxury bed and breakfast and the rain is coming down… first, throw on your cozy robe and slippers and enjoy a gourmet breakfast in our cafe. Second, do as the locals do. Lazily shower and dress for the day, grab tickets for a …

EATING VEGAN IN BURLINGTON 

Posted by: Linda Wolf Looking for the best places to eat in Burlington, VT? Well, we can’t put Burlington’s top small luxury B&B getaway on the top of the list for lunch or dinner (though my daily afternoon soup is pretty divine), but we do rate ourselves as one of Burlington’s best breakfast joints and …

5 THINGS YOUR DOG WILL LOVE ABOUT BURLINGTON 

Posted by: Linda Wolf Burlington offers an endless number of things for us humans to see and do, but you might be wondering how you can spend your getaway exploring the city with your furry friend? As Burlington’s only historic bed and breakfast to offer a home away from home for both you and your pet, …

SIGHT & SOUND 

Posted by: Linda Wolf About a month ago, Tim from Vermont Singing Drum showed up at the back door clad in holey Carhartt’s and a three day old 5 o’clock shadow with a drum in hand and a story to tell. After giving him a little sh!t for his authentic Vermont appearance we allowed him to sit in …

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