Located along the Richelieu River, only 20 minutes from Montreal, Auberge Harris is known for its courteous and attentive service for groups, corporate clients, tourists and cyclists. We offer 48 rooms and 29 suites with wireless internet and whirlpool bath. Discover our packages and ask for the maps of the Auberge.
576 rue Champlain
St. Jean Sur Richelieu, Quebec J3A 8H1
Located on Main St. in historic Essex, with spectacular lake views - & just 3 blocks from the NY/Vermont ferry -this is the perfect place for small groups. Secure bike storage. Breakfast baskets by request or walk to nearby cafe.
Cupola House & Cottage on Lake Champlain
2278 Main St. P.O. Box 99
Essex, New York 12936
(518) 963-7494 or (518) 637-9688
Located in the heart of Burlington on a quiet street.
Each room with a private bathroom.
Lake Champlain and Adirondack views with spectaclular sunsets.
Minutes walk to downtown and waterfront and bike path.
Easy drive to ski areas.
89 Lakeview Terrace
Expansive views over Lake Champlain…
Privacy from our two-room suite or from the small cottage that stands apart from the main house…A tree swing!
One Of A Kind B+B is tucked away on a small street in a quiet neighborhood that is walking distance from the city’s downtown and waterfront.
Friendly cat on premises.
Unwind and relax in our spacious grounds that slope down to the Otter Creek River or in the courtyard with a refreshing drink after a long days ride. Our comfortable beds should ensure a good nights rest followed by an ample breakfast made with organic ingredients. It is a 15 - 20 minute walk to downtown Middlebury or the college. We are avid bicyclists and also arrange self-guided bicycle tours.
Zelia van den Berg/Gary Rodes
The Old Schoolhouse of Isle La Motte
B&B and Bike Hostel
172 School Street
Isle La Motte, VT 05463
A beautiful 18th Century stone marble Inn located within the Lake Champlain Islands is the perfect place for weddings, rehearsal dinners, special events, intimate gatherings, quiet getaways and family reunions. Antique furnishings and original period details are found throughout the Inn. The Inn has three fireplaces to cozy up near on a cold winter night, along with an old fashion wood cook-stove in the kitchen. Originally a stagecoach stop Inn & Tavern built by Amos Ransom, circa 1795. Listed with the Vermont Register of Historic Places.
Ransom Bay Inn & Restaurant
4 Center Bay Road
Alburgh, VT 05440
Located 4 miles from the Fort Ticonderoga ferry crossing and directly on the Bikeways path, the Shoreham Inn is nestled in the apple orchard countryside of the Champlain Valley. Our British-style pub is open for dinner Thursday - Monday, with an option for meals on Tuesday and Wednesday if you are staying with us.
The Shoreham Inn
51 Inn Road (Route 74 West)
Shoreham, VT 05770