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Top-rated cabins in Burlington

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Cabin in Stowe
The Canopy House—Remodeled Vermont A-Frame Near Downtown
Awarded as one of the top Airbnb's in New England by Condé Nast and Boston Globe! Featured on multiple global publications. Watch the snowflakes fall from the comfort of the 6-person outdoor hot tub, with first-class stargazing to be had all year long. Back inside, the vaulted interior features OM Home Furniture, while a 50” TV with soundbar sits above a real fire. Less than a two mile drive to all downtown Stowe has to offer. 3 BD 2 BA modern A-Frame with two living rooms, 6 person hot tub, Fireplace, two new Roku TV's , soundbar, AC unit, WiFi, deck and back patio, rainfall shower, high-end mattresses, Sonos speaker and furnished by OM Home Furniture. Close to Main Street, 5 miles to Von Trapp, 9 miles to Stowe Mountain Resort and .5 miles from rte 100 to get you easily in and out of town. you will have access to entire house accept for one personal closet in back downstairs bedroom. Less than a 2-mile drive to downtown Stowe, this home is on a hill just off Route 100. Nearby Von Trapp is full of restaurants and other amenities. Ski and snowboard from Stowe Mountain Resort 9 miles away, with picturesque hiking in the summer. I would highly recommend a four wheel or all wheel drive vehicle. House is on a hill with a pretty steep road leading to it.
$415 per night
Cabin in Colchester
Little Cabin on the Lake
Please read all below: We are a 2 bdrm 1 bath bungalow located in Colchester VT, lakefront on the Mallet's Bay portion of Lake Champlain. There is beach access directly across the street for kayaking, sailing, paddle boarding, and sunset watching. We are just a 15 minute drive to Burlington for shopping and dining. There is a small covered porch to sit on and a lake to look out on. We have 2 yaks&SUPS available for use. The lake is a bay section so the bottom is muddy, recommend water shoes!
$200 per night
Cabin in Hinesburg
Lake Iroquois - "Lakes End"
Lakes End on Lake Iroquois in Hinesburg VT. Gorgeous views of the lake from the deck. Located 50 feet from shore with steps leading to water. Cute kitchen with fridge, oven, refrigerator. Counter space for meals. Large living room. Master bedroom with queen bed, bunks beds. Deck & Grill 40 ft of lake frontage, private dock. Paddle kayaks, hike trails from property. The road is plowed and relatively flat. In winter you need at least all season but preferably snow tires to access.
$145 per night

Stay near Burlington's top sights

Church Street Marketplace142 locals recommend
Waterfront Park132 locals recommend
Ben & Jerry’s19 locals recommend
The Farmhouse Tap & Grill120 locals recommend
North Beach Park67 locals recommend
Skinny Pancake62 locals recommend

Burlington cottages

Cottage in Hinesburg
Bright new cottage in exquisite Vermont setting
$150 per night
Cottage in Hinesburg
Lakefront Cottage With Amazing Views
$186 per night
Cottage in Hinesburg
Gorgeous lakefront home close to Burlington!
$315 per night
Cottage in Stowe
Modern design in the woods, private, beautiful
$182 per night
Cottage in Duxbury
Camel's Hump Remote Mountain Cottage
$159 per night
Cottage in New Haven
Hilltop Cottage With a View
$185 per night
Cottage in Berlin
The Cottage
$131 per night
Cottage in Lincoln
Cozy Forest Cottage on Vermont's Catamount Trail
$135 per night
Cottage in Cambridge
Farmhouse cottage- VT Mountain View
$175 per night
Cottage in Duxbury
Mountain Cabin, Hiking, Private, Views! state park
$222 per night
Cottage in Champlain
LakeFront Cottage with Hot tub
$119 per night
Cottage in Hardwick
The Cottage at Dunne Dreamin
$167 per night

Your guide to Burlington

Welcome to Burlington, Vermont

The state’s largest metropolis has just 42,545 residents, but packs a world-class punch with cafes, museums, a thriving arts scene, and year-round outdoor adventures, plus a renowned university. It’s also the first U.S. city to run on 100 percent renewable electricity.

Burlington overlooks the Adirondack Mountains and 120-mile-long Lake Champlain, which divides Vermont from New York State. But its heart beats in the downtown pedestrian mall of Church Street Marketplace. This national historic district protects buildings from 1820 to 1964, including architectural styles ranging from Italianate to Queen Anne, Federal, and Greek Revival, along with some Art Deco and Modernist outliers. But somehow it all works, anchored by Courthouse Square and an 1816 brick Unitarian meeting house. Nearby sprawls the Burlington Waterfront Park with its beaches, boats, and an eight-mile bike path linking parks and green spaces. Take time to linger in this eclectic community, which marries urban intellectualism with bucolic rural Vermont beauty and traditions.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Burlington

This lakeside city shines brightest from May to September, making it a popular time for people to book vacation rentals. The festival schedule bustles then, and the trees fill the area with lush greenery, which deepens into glorious hues perfect for leaf-peeping day trips to nearby Middlebury and Jeffersonville. Shoulder season isn’t the best in Burlington. April brings fewer crowds but often lots of mud. And November sees the city pause for a deep breath before the winter tourism onslaught of skiers and snowboarders. Events-wise, turn to February’s Lake Champlain Pond Hockey Classic and June’s jazz festival, followed by New England’s oldest and largest quilt event in nearby Essex Junction. Expect dragon boating in August, along with street performers for the Festival of Fools.

Top things to do in Burlington

Burlington Earth Clock

An art installation dedicated to peace looks like a 43-foot-diameter prehistoric stone circle on Lake Champlain’s shores. In reality, it’s a giant sundial that relies on visitors to stand in the central gnomon position and cast their shadows. It lies at Blanchard Beach, on the bike path just north of the popular sunset-watching spot of Oakledge Park.

Lake Champlain Monster Monument

What’s a big landlocked body of water without the specter of a massive, rarely spied serpentine creature? In 1984, the state erected a granite block on Perkins Pier just south of downtown to honor Burlington’s local legend: “Champ,” a prehistoric Nessie-esque beast. It even bears the cryptid’s pseudoscientific name, Belua aquatica champlainiensis. And just in case Champ really is out there, both Vermont and New York have passed laws protecting their lake’s most legendary monster.

Shelburne Museum

Eight miles south of Burlington sits a 45-acre museum celebrating Americana. Its founder celebrated everyday objects, from quilts to pottery and weather vanes. Eventually she began adding historic buildings to house these collections, including a lighthouse, round barn, covered bridge, and the Lake Champlain side-wheeler steamship Ticonderoga.

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