WE TIP OUR HATS TO YOU

Posted by: Linda Wolf

Congratulations, University of VermontChamplain College and Saint Michael’s College students! You have worked hard (and we’re sure partied harder) to get to where you are now… just a few weeks until graduation and ::GASP:: the real world. Each week that we host “kids” on spring break, winter break, long weekends, and all those other breaks given to those still in the education system we think, “oh those were the good ol’ days.” Alas, since breaks are not allotted to INNkeepers, we continue to live vicariously through the adventures of our guests.

This year we made a tiny blunder, got distracted and forgot to open our calendar up in time for college graduation season, whoops! BUT, our mistake benefits all of you last minute planners. We have openings for the weekend of May 11-13 for Champlain College and Saint Michael’s College graduations and just one room left for the following weekend May 18-21 for UVM’s commencement. So, if you forgot about grandma, need an extra place for weird Uncle Albert to sleep or your sister’s just come back from three years abroad to surprise you for graduation…we have you covered! Want to have a complete family reunion including the pooch? Book the entire inn for May 11-13!

Made INN Vermont offers you a unique bed and breakfast experience just spitting distance away from Champlain College and four buildings down from the start of the University of Vermont campus. and we’re a short 15 minute drive from Saint Michael’s College. Forget the hassle of parking and enjoy a springtime stroll through campus. Our B&B is conveniently located just 3 blocks from the Church Street Marketplace and dozens of amazing award-winning restaurants. If you haven’t booked dinner reservations to celebrate, we recommend you take a look at some menus and choose now! We highly recommend Revolution KitchenHoney Road RestaurantTrattoria DeliaPizzeria Verita and Hen of the Wood. There are tons of other incredible restaurants outside of the city limits that we would be happy to share with you as well.

Our all-inclusive amenities include access to our private outdoor hot-tub, in-room snacks, gourmet breakfast, 360 degree views of the city from our cupola, and optional wine and our exclusive B&B service of world class Heady Topper and Focal Banger from The Alchemist. We aim to please, so your request is our command! Find your room and book today!

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