Planning a multi-day bike trip to Vermont and looking for places to crash after your epic cycling day-trips? Look no further: we’ve got some great places around Burlington for you to stay and relax after your adventures.

Hotel Vermont

Situated in the heart of Burlington’s vibrant downtown area, Hotel Vermont is a perfect place to kick back and enjoy yourself after a long day on the bike. Self-proclaimed as “rustic and modern, local and global, [and] natural and sophisticated”, Hotel Vermont has six floors with 125 guest rooms and has been favorably reviewed in almost every magazine from Bon Appetit to The New York Times. From its craft brews and flavorful fares to its warm atmosphere and locally-focused ideologies, Hotel Vermont hosts Trivia Nights on Mondays, Jazz nights on Wednesdays, and features live and local musicians on the weekends. Hotel Vermont is only a quick walk or ride up to Cherry Street from Local Motion’s Trailside Center. Check out their accommodations here, or stop by for a meal or brew after a ride. Photo Source

Burlington Hostel

Right on Main Street and one block from the bike path and Local Motion, the Burlington Hostel is a great place to kick back and hang out with a bunch of like-minded travelers. In true hostel fashion, the rooms are affordable and the people lively. This is a great place to drop off some gear to explore Burlington with some new-found friends. If you’re looking for a great atmosphere with a knowledgeable staff, this is the place for you. 


Made INN Vermont

Chic and historic, this local B&B is found just a hop, skip, and a jump up the hill from Burlington’s waterfront, next to beautiful Champlain College’s campus. A small boutique featuring four beautiful guest rooms, this intimate inn features all sorts of amenities including hot tubs, pet-friendly accommodations, vinyl record players in each room, and a welcome drink of Vermont’s finest craft beer by The Alchemist brewers. With a cozy atmosphere and accommodating staff, this is a wonderful place to unwind, dine, and stay after a long day on the bike. Photo Source

Lang House On Main Street

This 1800s Victorian-style house was converted in 2000 to a beautiful, historic B&B located right in downtown Burlington. Cozy and quaint, the Lang House has a delicious and healthy breakfast available every morning, plus knowledgeable staff - many of whom are students at the nearby University of Vermont - who can keep you up to date on the going-on's in town. Photo Source

Lakeview B&B

Right along the bike path and with a stunning view of Lake Champlain, this B&B really does live up to its name. With direct access to the bike path and a ten-minute walk to downtown Burlington, Lakeview is in a prime spot for you to hop on and off your bike at your leisure. You can even store your bike safely in their secure garage while you explore the town. Also take the time to check out North Beach during your stay, as it is only a short walk from Lakeview. While staying here, make sure to relish your continental breakfast on Lakeview’s deck while enjoying the magnificent view of the Adirondacks. Photo Source

One of a Kind B&B

This unique B&B is also found along the bike path with a spectacular view of the lake and mountains. One of a Kind B&B offers either a two room suite or a quaint cottage for you to rent out and prides itself on being a “creative alternative” choice for visitors to Burlington. This is a tranquil and beautiful spot to unwind after a long day biking, and a great location to get into downtown Burlington for local events. Call or email Maggie well in advance to book yourself a spot! Photo Source


And so many more great options...

Burlington is not only home to these wonderful accommodations, but also is host to many other hotels and inns such as the Hilton, Green Mountain Suites, Windjammer, and Willard Street Inn to name a few. And if you’re looking for bike ‘n’ camp, take a look at the North Beach Campground. Whatever you’re looking for, Burlington’s got it!