Lang House on Main Street, built in 1881, combines turn of the century Victorian charm, with the services, amenities, and comfort of the 21st century. Located on Burlington's historic Main street, guests enjoy tasteful and comfortable accommodations, local gourmet breakfast -- all just blocks away from Downtown Burlington, the University of Vermont and Champlain College, and Fletcher Allen Health Care.
Large guest bedroom on the main floor of the inn. The king bed can be split into twin beds. Beautiful fireplace mantel (non-working). Comfortable wing back chairs and ottoman -- many guests choose the Reed room for privacy but also for easy access to the inn's living, sun and dining rooms.
Named for the original landowner, Green Mountain Boy Ira Allen. This guest bedroom is large and airy, and features a striking deep red and gold color scheme. King bed with two wing back chairs and an ottoman. Bathroom has a bathtub and shower.
Lovely, second-floor room with turret seat area featuring three very tall windows. Pineapple four-poster king bed and a full bath.
Pencil post queen bed and cool, calming blue color scheme contrasted with gold curtains make the Hayward room a guest favorite. Private shower bathroom. Comfy chaise and wing back chair.
Queen cannonball, painted bed with private bathroom with shower (the original house bathroom). High ceilings and back-of-the-house location on the second floor provide guests a quiet and relaxing respite.
Guests love this third floor bedroom. It has an old-fashioned feeling. The Tuttle room has a painted queen bed and a twin bed (when not in use the twin daybed is used for lounging). This guest bedroom has a dormer window, two south facing windows and sloping ceilings. There is a private, en suite shower bahtroom.
Beautiful third-floor guest bedroom with reproduction William Morris wallpaper and Charles Eastlake antique furniture. There is a queen bed and a cozy sitting area in the turret and a private shower bahtroom. Lovely distant views of Lake Champlain and the Adirondack mountains from the turret windows.
A cozy and romantic room on the third floor of the inn. Vincent has a north-facing skylight and west-facing dormer window, queen bed and a private shower bathroom.
One of our largest guest bedrooms featuring a two-person Jacuzzi tub, Vermont Castings gas stove, queen bed, twin daybed, and kitchenette. The Garden Spa room has its own entrance off the back of the main house. This guest bedroom is ideal for young families or couples who want to relax in the Jacuzzi tub.
Located on the first floor of the Carriage House (located just behind the main house), the Galloway is a great cottage-style guest bedroom. It is painted in pastels, has a queen bed and two great reading chairs. Private shower bathroom.
Located on the second floor of the Carriage House (historic structure behind the main house and separated by a garden), the McClurkin room has a queen bed and futon couch and reading chair sitting area. The futon couch makes up into a comfortable, full size bed for an extra adult or child. A Vermont Castings gas stove was installed in the winter of 2013, which adds to the room's private and romatic ambiance. Private shower bathroom.
4.4 on July 23, 2014
We spent one night here while driving through New England. We had a friendly welcome after parking in the convenient lot. We enjoyed cookies on our way out to explore Burlington using the map that the inn keeper marked for us based on our interests. Our room was quiet and clean, with nice toiletries. We had a huge, delicious breakfast in the morning (breakfast burrito and fresh fruit crepe) after enjoying early bird coffee in the sitting area.
4.4 on July 17, 2014
Exceptional service and all round comfortable stay.
4.6 on April 24, 2014
My husband and I visited the Lang House for the second year in a row, and it again exceeded our expectations. We especially enjoy staying in the Carriage House. Last Year we stayed in the McClurkin upstairs and this year we stayed in the Galloway downstairs. Both were great- the McClurkin is perhaps larger with more room to spread out. Two things stand out at the Lang House: The Staff and The Breakfast! The people who work in the House are so friendly and very knowledgeable about the area. They give really good reccommendations. The breakfasts have always been amazing and plentiful- you do not leave hungry! I also appreciate the "little touches" that make the Lang House great..i.e. the cookies and candy left out to enjoy, the fact you may purchase beer (alot of them local) and champagne right there to enjoy in your room, the guest fridge available for use...the list goes on and on. Thanks again for making our trip to Burlington a wonderful one!
4.6 on April 06, 2014
Clean room with all you could ever ask for and a friendly, polite and helpful staff and the location puts you within walking distance of just about everything worth seeing and doing in Burlington.
5 on February 15, 2014
In all my travels, the Lang House has been one of my favorite places to stay. The staff is so friendly and helpful, and the breakfasts are AMAZING. Can't wait to go back!
4.6 on February 14, 2014
Great location, extremely comfortable, well appointed, private room. Cookies were delicious. Loved the wood stove.
5 on January 10, 2014
Our stay at the Lang house began when we pulled into the parking lot of an adorable house filled with charm. We arrived too early to check-in, but were guided with a map of Burlington and suggestions of things to visit before checking in. There was a great farmer's market only 2-3 blocks away lined with yummy cheeses, maple syrup, wines, and chocolates. When we entered our garden sweet there were fresh cookies and water waiting at the door. The room has a gas fire place, T.V., king bed, day bed, and a separate area for the shower and spa tub. There were fresh towels, robes, and slippers to be used at our convenience. We spent the rest of the evening exploring Church St. and a local brewery. After a warm bath and well-rested night we were delighted to have complimentary coffee brought right to our front door in the morning. The house serves a delicious made-to-order breakfast that you can choose to add to your morning routine. I couln't have asked for a more convenient and lovely stay in Burlington.
3.6 on December 30, 2013
The people were really friendly, the inn cozy and the breakfast was amazing!!!!
5 on November 27, 2013
We so enjoyed getting to know this grand house, and the service was great. The breakfasts were deluxe. I look forward to returning.
4.4 on September 26, 2013
Excellent location, extremely helpful and personable staff, wonderful breakfast.
Burlington, VT (BTV) 3 miles
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Nature area, Local Breweries, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Vineyard, Winery
Board games, Ceiling fans, Conference Rooms, Copier, DVD Player, Fax Machine, VCR, Videos , Free Parking, Baby / Child Care / Cribs, Business Center, Free Local Calls, Local Coffee provided
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, In-room internet, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Golfing, Hiking trails, Mountain Bike trails, Fitness Center / Gym, Health Spa / Massage
The innkeeper is a sole proprietor of an 11-room Historic bed and breakfast inn. She is passionate about cooking, especially breakfast fare, gardening, decorating, literature, and fine photography and art. She loves walking and hiking in area parks and mountain trails. And when she can break away, she enjoys visiting her children in Boston, Portland and San Francisco.
Gourmet--3 daily options
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Vegan (call please), Gluten Free (call!)
Our menu changes daily depending on what is in season. On Sunday, guests have two scrumptuous choices: Dill and onion flavored popovers filled with scrambled eggs garnished with Vemont Cheddar cheese or Challah French Toast. Applewood smoked bacon is an optional breakfast meat choice.
For classic romantic gesture, a dozen red roses is always the perfect choice. Enjoy one dozen long-stemmed red roses in a clear glass vase in your room an arrival. $70.
Savor a beautiful plate of local Vermont cheeses, seasonal fruits, crackers and spiced nuts, delivered to your room. $12