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Shelburne, Vermont


-Year incorporated or chartered: 1763



Elliot House Bed & Breakfast - Elliot House is a charming Greek Revival farmhouse that was built in 1865 by a prominent area physician. Now under new ownership, Elliot House is located on a ridge with views of the Green Mountains to the east and Adirondacks to the west.

Harrington House Bed & Breakfast - There is a guest room with private bath, and two guest rooms with a shared bath. All rooms have air conditioning and cable television.

The Inn at Shelburne Farms - Restored in 1987, the inn today retains its historic character and continues the tradition of warmth, informal elegance and hospitality enjoyed by guests for more than a century.

Shelburne/Burlington Travelodge - We offer 73 attractive and affordable rooms, perfect for business or pleasure. Our kitchenettes and adjoining rooms are great for family trips. Our business wing offers comfortable rooms for business travelers.

Willow Pond Farm Bed & Breakfast - Secluded on 200 acres of pasture, woods, and meadows and surrounded on all sides by working farms, Willow Pond Farm offers breathtaking Adirondack and Green Mountain views.



Cafe Shelburne - Located in the village of Shelburne Vermont, across from the Shelburne Museum, Café Shelburne is a friendly French restaurant owned and operated by Christine and chef Patrick Grangien.

The Inn at Shelburne Farms - The Inn's public restaurant features food grown in our own market garden and on local Vermont farms. Menus reflect classic culinary techniques and traditions with regional influences, and incorporate the freshest ingredients available.

Sirloin Saloon - You will receive only fresh, choice Western beef which is aged in our coolers for three to four weeks before it is cut daily by our expert cutters. Your seafood is prepared in the simple, incomparable tradition of New England cookery.


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