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 …


Posted by: Linda Wolf Our guests visit Burlington for a variety of reasons and though we like to think it’s because they came across our award winning bed and breakfast and just couldn’t stay away… it’s usually because BEER. So, when we make brewery recommendations for our guests, one that always makes the cut is Foam Brewers. These …


Posted by: Linda Wolf If you’re anything like us, the end of Vermont’s week-long heat wave has left us with a mixture of relief, exhaustion and for some of us a little lingering crankiness. But, what’s important is that we can now enjoy some relief from the mind-numbing heat and humidity and get our brains …


Posted by: Linda Wolf The creemee–a Vermont icon, the pride of our great little state and the most delicious summertime treat. It would be offensive to visit Vermont in the summer and not get your hands and your mouth on a refreshing, tasty, creamy creemee! When guests stay at our downtown Burlington bed and breakfast …


Posted by: Linda Wolf Burlington and it’s neighboring towns have an incredible music and arts scene, ranging from basement jam bands to Dick Dale inspired trios, orchestras to street performers. When you stay at Made INN Vermont, with our collection of guitars and drums you’ll be inspired to find music all around you. Our bed and breakfast …


Posted by: Linda Wolf At Made INN Vermont, a creative spirit and wondrous soul keep our bed and breakfast in downtown Burlington, Vermont an enchanting getaway for guests of all ages. Occasionally, our chalkboard walls get a bath and a whole new set of incredible guests have a chance to grace our walls with their drawings, …


Posted by: Linda Wolf 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 …

a city during the fall season.

3 Must-See Sights You Should Visit When Staying in Vermont 

Summer is one of the best seasons to make travel plans. You get to dine al fresco with your beau, plan fun barbecues, go for a swim at the lake, relax at a spa, and just unwind, making unforgettable memories. However, planning a trip and finding the perfect place for the ultimate summer getaway can …

the mountains in Vermont.

How to Make the Most Out of Your Summer Escapade in Vermont 

Packing your bag with your trusty sunscreen, camera, dreamy caftans, raffia-heel sandals, and artisanal baubles isn’t enough for a memorable summer escapade. You need to find a destination that is sophisticated but has a small-town charm and is filled with recreational spaces where you can have an unforgettable time. Whether you’re traveling alone or with …

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