The Willard Street Inn is a three story Victorian mansion nestled within Burlington, Vermont’s picturesque hill district. Family owned and operated, our bed and breakfast offers 14 individually appointed rooms with private baths and scenic views of Lake Champlain and Adirondack Mountains. Walkable distance to the Church Street Marketplace, Lake Champlain’s Waterfront, and area colleges- University of Vermont and Champlain College. Built in 1881, this Georgian and Queen Anne Revival style home blends the craftsmanship and service of yesteryear with the amenities of today. Start the day in the sunny marble-floored solarium with a chef-prepared breakfast featuring Vermont products and seasonal items fresh from the Inn’s gardens. In spring and summer, enjoy our English gardens from Adirondack Chairs, in Autumn our colorful foliage, and come winter cozy up fireside with a good book. Whether for a weekend getaway or simple relaxation, the Willard Street Inn is the perfect escape for all seasons. Come and experience Burlington from one of its most beautiful homes.
Turn-of-the-century details of pressed leather ceiling, wood floor and &amp;amp;quot;egg and dart&amp;amp;quot; brick design gas fireplace maintain the original character of this comfortable room. The soft yellow and floral print wallpaper, king-size carved four-poster bed, and fireside sitting area only add to its charm. The first floor location is ideal for those who wish to minimize the need to climb stairs. Private bathroom with shower.
Deep hues of blue, burgundy, and gold compliment the bowed brass queen-size bed. Seasonal views of Lake Champlain and Adirondack Mountains. Antique light sconces, armoire, and sitting area make the atmosphere in this room a cozy blend of elegance and comfort. Private bathroom with tub/shower.
From the mahogany queen-size, canopy bed to the soft comforter, wood floors, and marble bedside tables, this corner room features wonderful contrasts in texture and color. Antique armoire and matching armchairs add to the charm of this cozy room. Private bathroom with a tub/shower.
Enjoy a cup of tea in the charming sitting area of our most popular room which looks out over the Inn's gardens toward Lake Champlain and the Adirondack Mountains. The beautiful queen-size, four poster canopy bed and rich burgundy wallpaper are delightful accents to this warm and spacious room. Large private bathroom with tub/shower.
One of the Inn's largest rooms, this guest room features a gas fireplace with antique mosaic tile, original wood floors, and a twin daybed for an extra person. The king-size carved mahogany four poster bed has a quilted bedspread, soft comforter and matching pillows. Blue & white wallpaper, antique light sconces, and stuffed armchair, plus three large windows give this spacious room its finishing touches. Large private tiled bathroom with both an original antique bathtub and separate shower.
A rich leather headboard on the queen-size bed finished with a cozy comforter of green, cranberry and gold make this room warm and inviting. Two large windows look down upon the Inn's grounds and gardens, and frame seasonal views of Lake Champlain and the Adirondacks. Private bathroom with tub/shower directly across the hall.
This large suite is perfect for a romantic getaway. It has a dramatic, queen-size iron canopy bed, sitting area, and a cozy loveseat in front of a gas fireplace. The in-room private bathroom boasts a large two-person tiled shower. The views of the Inn's gardens, lake, and mountains create a perfect backdrop to relax and slip away from the world.
This colorful room is decorated in hues of lavender and deep purple. It features a large pine armoire, sitting area, white draped curtains and soft plush comforter on its queen-size bed. Private bathroom with shower.
This suite features a large bedroom with a king-size bed and views of the Lake Champlain and the Adirondack Mountains through the angled window. Cozy adjoining sitting room has a twin daybed and antique marble topped cabinet. Private bathroom with a deep slipper soaking bathtub plus a separate shower.
Climbing rose trellis wallpaper in this charming room accents the architectural details of the vaulted ceiling with ceiling fan. Room is centered around a king-size bed with quilted coverlet and soft duvet comforter. An antique chest of drawers and marble topped side tables complete the decor. Cozy private bathroom with shower.
Named for large windows that frame the Adirondack Mountains in the distance, this quest room features two double beds covered in matching soft duvet comforters. This room is perfect for families or friends traveling together. Private bathroom with tub/shower.
A cozy yet inviting room appointed with a double bed capped with an antique walnut headboard, completed with a stuffed armchair and lots of natural light. Private bathroom with shower.
The sloping eaves add to the architectural charm of this corner room adorned in sage green and burgundy floral. It features a beautiful mirrored armoire with, queen bed with soft duvet, and a delightful view of the lake and Adirondacks through the angled window. Private bathroom with shower.
5 on September 22, 2013
We stayed at this bed and breakfast two years ago and enjoyed it so much whenever we go away now we seek out cute B&Bs. Unfortunately, nothing has been quite like our experience here. The food was amazing, they made you feel at home, and it was professionally run. Best experience I have ever had at a B&B we can't wait to come back !
4.6 on June 11, 2012
We became comfortable so quickly because of Larry and Katie and the staff. Absolutely awesome building with its furnishing and decor. Breakfast was superb. Loved the homemade yogurt and granola. Sitting out back with a glass of wine, after a busy day of tourist stuff, before going to dinner was nice. Appreciated the grounds and gardens. Got some ideas for home. Carrie and the girl serving breakfast (excuse me for forgetting your name) were friendly and helpful. Enjoyed talking with Larry and Katie , the owners. So friendly. Extraordinary place, great experience. Would love to return. Stuff to do around Burlington is wonderful. Dan & Sue
4.4 on May 05, 2012
My husband and I spent last Easter weekend at this inn. We had a very enjoyable time. The entire inn was very well appointed, and we enjoyed our stay in the Champlain Lookout room. We especially enjoyed the views outside the window. The breakfasts were very tasty, and the solarium was a very bright and cheerful room in which to start each day. We look forward to our next stay! Anne and Maurice Baker Freehold, NJ
5 on April 14, 2012
My wife, son and I stayed at the Willard Street Inn this past weekend. The Inn itself is a meticulously refurbished and maintained Victorian house. The room we stayed in was very comfortable and well appointed. The breakfast was excellent. However, it was the Innkeepers, Larry and Katie Davis and their daughter Carrie, who made us feel welcome and at home. I can recommend the Willard Street Inn to anyone who is looking for charm, good value and that home away from home feel.
5 on April 06, 2011
My husband and I stayed for four nights in late March. The room was wonderfully decorated and exceptionally clean. The breakfast was the best meal of the day. The staff seemed to be local college students who were very professional, helpful, and charming. We felt welcomed, relaxed, and cared for. The house itself is gorgeous but we felt at home.
4.6 on August 21, 2009
Willard St. Inn is a beautiful place to stay on vacation. The staff is very pleasant and the breakfast is delicious.
3.8 on August 17, 2009
Efficiently run; excellent location; large comfortable rooms, all with private bath; delicious breakfasts. We'd return without a moment's hesitation. And its very reasonable priced too.
5 on August 13, 2009
A lovely, friendly inn. Breakfast was wonderful and the staff were warm, friendly, and helpful. Will definitely come back.
5 on August 10, 2009
I have stayed at the Willard Street Inn on more than one occasion, and find it to be excellent!
4.6 on November 08, 2008
We visited the Inn after reviewing its website and called in our reservation. We were welcomed and given the VIP tour upon our arrival. This is a stately old home in a very nice section of Burlington, converted to a beautifully furnished and meticulously maintained inn. Each guest room is unique and ours was beautifully furnished. The common areas are many, comfortable and well equipped with books and games. The included breakfast was excellent and the afternoon chocolate chip cookies in the room are a nice touch. The family that owns and runs the inn lives on the property and has done a great job of making this a must-return place. Yeah, we'll be back.
Burlington, VT (BTV) 3 miles
From Burlington Airport - Turn left as you exit the airport. Follow to stop light, take a right onto Williston Road (Rte 2 West). Follow approx 2 miles. Turn left onto South Willard St ( Rte. 7 South). Inn is approx 1/2 mile on the right on the corner of Spruce Street.
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Fall Foliage, Adirondack Mountains, Church Street Marketplace, University of Vermont, Green Mountains, Champlain College, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Vineyard, Winery
Historic Inn, Bed and Breakfast
Board games, Computer, Copier, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Internet Service, Library, Piano , Cookies & chocolates delivered to room daily, Homemade soup during the winter months, Free Wi-Fi
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Swimming, Tennis courts, Water sports
Larry & Katie Davis
Prior to innkeeping, Larry & Katie founded The TalkWorks Company, a Marketing/Product Development business specializing in children's products. Joined by their children, daughter Carrie as General Manager with over 14 years experience in hospitality, and their son Jordan who handles the marketing, this Inn is a true family affair.