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BURLINGTON’S VINTAGE FINDS 

Posted by: Linda Wolf Take a step back in time the next time you roll through Vermont by exploring the vintage shops scattered through Burlington, Winooski and Essex Junction. Burlington’s lively arts district on Pine Street will keep you occupied all afternoon with dozens of artist studios, record shops, used book stores and places along …

GEMUETLICHKEIT – BET YOU CAN’T SAY THAT 10 TIMES FAST! 

Posted by: Linda Wolf Review of Made INN Vermont from a German guest: I have never written a review of hostelries; I’m very traveled for business, but most accustomed to adequate chain hotels, even if they lack charm. I recently had my first American Bed & Breakfast experience, along with my American partner – he …

HOLLA AT OUR HOLLANDAISE | MIV GOURMET BREAKFAST 

Posted by: Linda Wolf Roll out of bed, throw on some jammies and stuff your feet into some cozy slippers, it’s breakfast time at Burlington, Vermont’s best bed and breakfast. We would not be the top historic inn without offering a golden toasted muffin topped with an ooey-gooey, runny yolked poached egg and your choice of …

BURLINGTON’S HAUNTED HISTORY AT A TOP SECRET HIDEAWAY 

Posted by: Linda Wolf Step into our 1881 haunted historic bed and breakfast in Burlington, VT. We have spent years searching for records on our ghost, Elizabeth, but with no luck. Elizabeth made contact with a guest (and medium) in 2015 to express her dislike for our removal of her parlor wallpaper and while we …

GREETINGS! 

  Posted by: Linda Wolf Greetings past and future guests! Welcome to my first blog, where I’ll periodically report about goings on at the INN, or special events you may wish to know about during your planned visit. It has been a busy year. After one of the “worst” winters in recent history (skiers and …

THE MORNING OF OUR SPECIAL “SMOKED” BREAKFAST 

Our marketing guy suggests we promote ourselves as Made INN Vermont Bed & Breakfast (terror included at no extra charge). This is what happened the other morning. We have a commercial grade, stainless steel kitchen, which is virtually fireproof. However, someone (possibly me, before the first cup of coffee kicked in), placed a wooden cutting board too …

CONDE NAST VISITS VERMONT 

It is always such a pleasure to host writers, musicians and bloggers at our downtown Burlington, Vermont bed and breakfast. As a historic inn we take a lot of pride in our surroundings and love to hear that our guests appreciate our design style. In October we hosted Maria and friends while they made their …

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