Shelburne Farm

Shelburne Farm

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Located on the shore of Lake Champlain, the Inn at Shelburn Farms was originally built in the 19th century as the mansion of Dr. William Seward and Laila Vanderbilt Webb. The hotel was rebuilt in 1987, retaining its historic features and continuing the tradition of warmth, relaxation, elegance and hospitality. There are 24 bedrooms and lots of original furniture and 4 guest cabins.

Shelburne Farm is a member-based, non-profit environmental education center located on the shore of Lake Champlain in Shelburne, Vermont. It is an active 1,400-acre farm and a National Historic Landmark. A nationally designated historic building located on the shore of Lake Champlain in Shelburne, Vermont. Whenever you stay or have lunch, your farm’s environmental protection and education programs will be supported.

By spending time at a slow pace in a quiet place, you can reconnect with yourself, your family and the earth, walk, eat, share real conversations, and stay away from the noisy world. It’s true. There are many things to do.

  • Swimming in Lake Champlain (water shoes recommended).
  • Breakfast and dinner can be enjoyed on the restaurant terrace or in the main dining room.
  • Use kayaks, canoes, rowing boats, etc.
  • Have fun with your children at garden games such as croquet, badminton and petanque
  • Relax in the beautiful formal garden
  • Walk 10 miles
  • During your stay, enjoy a guided tour of the facilities, which is a perk of belonging to Shelburne Farms.
  • Attend in-house programs and events Please note that there may be tuition and admission fees
  • Play board games and puzzles in the arcade or play pool on a 19th century pool table.
  • Visit the nearby Shelburne Museum. Hotel guests can purchase discounted tickets

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