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hotels, motels, inns, resorts and bed and breakfasts at the lowest
available rate. We also include the best Vermont
towns to stay for your business and leisure travel! For
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to Stay in Vermont
picks for your Vermont leisure and business travel The
splendor of Vermont resides in its postcard-perfect small village
towns, gentle yet majestic green mountains, lakes perfect for swimming,
skiing opportunities in the winter, fall foliage destinations in
autumn, and country stores that grace winding country roads (check out
the famed Vermont Country Store in Weston). Vermont also offers
attractive cities like Burlington and Montpelierthat have both
small-town feeling yet have appealing big city amenities.
Burlington, in particular, is a great place to travel with its
location by beautiful Lake Champlain, blocks of colorful
pedestrian-only shopping (with street vendors and musicians), a great
diversity of restaurants, cultural events and nationalities -- largely
due, in part, to the presence of the University of Vermont.
For Vermont hotels and inns in
classic Vermont settings, we
highly recommend checking out Stoweand Woodstock, but you will
certainly not go wrong exploring many of the other Vermont communities
listed in the right column hotel listings on this page.
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