The North Hero House Country Inn and Restaurant is a historic bed and breakfast located in the Lake Champlain Islands of northern Vermont with a spectacular view of the Green Mountains and Mount Mansfield. The 26 room inn is open year round and is ideal for vacations, weddings and conferences. Built in 1891 the inn has been beautifully restored with antiques and modern conveniences required by today’s travelers. Four season activities include boating, swimming, tennis, golf, fishing, ice fishing, windsurfing, fall foliage, bird watching, biking , duck hunting, ice skating, snow shoeing, wine tasting, many festivals and more....
This warm, sunfilled suite has a beautiful private sitting room with a fireplace and French doors opening onto a private porch overlooking Lake Champlain, a bedroom with an exquisitely adorned canopy bed set under a transom window, and an elegant bathroom with marble floors and a large jacuzzi tub.
The Knight room has a regal, four poster queen bed with beautiful antique furniture adorning the room, a bathroom with a jacuzzi tub, and a private screened-in porch overlooking Lake Champlain. The Tudhope room has a beautiful wooden frame king bed, elegant decor, a bathroom with a jacuzzi tub and a private screened-in porch overlooking Lake Champlain.
Located right on the water's edge, this rustic suite has three foot thick stone walls, a sitting room with a massive stone fireplace, a separate bedroom with a cedar framed bed, a private bathroom and a screened in patio perfect for enjoying the beautiful lake and mountain views.
The Way Suite is situated just above our steamship pier and overlooks Lake Champlain and the Green Mountains from its 21 foot-wide, glassed-in front porch. Furnished with a cozy fireplace, a sofa bed, sitting area, a breakfast table, and a coffee station, this porch is the perfect place to enjoy views of the lake. The bedroom has king sized bed and a private bath with a jacuzzi tub.
A sunny, charming 3rd floor room with sloping ceilings, over- looking Lake Champlain. This room has a aindow seat and magnificent bathroom with a claw-foot tub and a separate shower.
These rooms are all located directly above the waters of lake champlain and feature private screened in porches, each uniquely decorated and adorned with antique furnishings, private bathrooms, and a king, queen, or two double beds.
These rooms are located in our Southwind Lakeside Building, with a beautiful shared porch overlooking the lake and steamship pier. Each room has a uniquely beautiful decor with private bath and two beds (two queens or two doubles). Rooms 2 and 3 are equipped with two double beds and handicap baths.
Our two Homestead porch suites are set right above the water's edge, both with sliding glass doors opening onto private, screened-in porches, beautiful antique decor, king size beds, and private baths with jacuzzi tubs.
The four Homestead rooms are located next to our Homestead porch suites, two on the first floor, two on the second. The entrances to each room are through a shared balcony porch with lake views. Each room has its own unique decor and the option to adjoin with the neighboring room, with the choice of a queen or two twin beds, all with private baths.
Our Main Inn has several quaint, country rooms which are situated at the back of the house, with views of the gardens, inn grounds, and some with indirect lake views. Each of these rooms is decorated with beautiful antique furnishings, and are all unique. Bed sizes range from double, queen, or two twins. All have private baths with a shower or tub. These lovely rooms are offered at a lower price without sacrificing comfort or beauty in accommodation.
2.2 on September 30, 2012
The quiet, peaceful and serene photo belies the fact that a US Federal HWY runs between the quaint old house and the lake lodging. That means that 24 hours a day big trucks run between the buildings at 40-50 mph. The lake lodges have not been sound proofed so the traffic is relentless in the non-peak season of September when I tried to sleep there.
3.2 on July 11, 2012
Stayed in Homestead House, beatuiful view of Lake Champlain from private porch. Convenient to have grill & bar next door although hours were limited.
4.6 on September 28, 2011
I fell in love the minute we set our bags down in our room. What a gorgeous getaway it was! I wasn’t looking forward to the fishing my fiancee was insisting on, but it all turned out so wonderfully. We never get away, so this was a real treat for us. Imagine warm weather, picture perfect scenery in a real historic feeling place. This was exactly what the doctor ordered. We were able to rest and enjoy ourselves for once, you know?
4.4 on September 20, 2011
Never been to a bed and breakfast in the States before but it was a gift from our sons so my husband and I went. You hear all sorts of lovely things about Vermont and from what we saw it was very true. Lots of greenery and with the water it was just beautiful and peaceful. My husband liked listening to his movie scores while he looked out over the water (and I liked watching him). We’ll go back in the fall because apparently it’s even more fun with the changing seasons. A worthwhile place. (Thank you PB & J!)
4.0 on August 22, 2011
Me and my friends are doing that whole cross-country thing and we came across this places website and the old timey cars on the front page. The prices were good and the pictures looked great so of course we had to go. Anyways we get there my best friend is talking to one of the employee there who tells us this joke. “Hey Ralph, are you going fishing?” Ralph says “Yeah.” “You have worms?” Ralph says “Yeah, but I’m still going.” We just about died laughing she said it so well. I was eating a fish dish and that made me laugh even harder. Such a cool place!
Beachside, Countryside, Island, Lakeside, Village
Burlington, VT (BTV) 35 miles
Turn left onto Airport Drive out of the airport. At the light, turn right onto Williston Road. Bear right onto I-89 North towards St. Albans/Winooski. Travel 10 miles to exit 17 for Lake Champlain Islands/Milton. Bear right onto Route 2 West and travel 25 miles to North Hero. The North Hero House Inn and Restaurant is at the far end of the village, with buildings on both sides of the road. Guest registration is on the left side of the road.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, National/State parks, Nature area, Boating, Fishing, Kayaking, Biking, Picnic area, Religious Services, Vineyard, Winery
Board games, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Internet Service, Piano, Wedding Facilities, Wet bar
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, In-room internet, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Great Lakes Walleye
Walleye is possibly the best tasting fresh water fish known. Our walleye is stuffed with spinach, shallots, garlic, artichoke hearts, swiss cheese and topped with a savory mushroom cream sauce. This dish is a local favorite and people travel for miles to enjoy it.