Welcome to the Lang House on Main Street, an 11-room bed and breakfast in Burlington, Vermont. The Lang House on Main Street was built as a private residence in 1881 in the prestigious Hill Section neighborhood of Burlington, on land once owned by University of Vermont founder and legendary Vermont Green Mountain Boy Ira Allen. Converted to a B&B in 2000, the Lang House offers 11 rooms with beautiful period furnishings and private baths. Whether you are visiting for business or pleasure, you will find our bed and breakfast in Burlington, Vermont comfortable and convenient, our staff gracious and welcoming, and our gourmet breakfasts planned to meet your schedule. We are committed to making your stay with us perfect in every way!
Come "off the road" to this Italianate Victorian home built in 1868 by mill owner Edward C. Crosby as a wedding gift for his son. Lovingly restored to grant you every amenity, we are committed to making your visit an occasion for relaxation and renewal by offering the perfect setting for a peaceful, romantic respite from the busy world. Each bedroom is a private retreat decorated to reflect the genteel lifestyle of the 1800's with family heirlooms and collected antiques. These replicas of the past are carefully coupled with the comforts of the present by offering working gas fireplaces, private baths, air conditioning, televisions and VCR's, cassette/CD players, personal bathrobes, specialty toiletries and luxurious bed and bath linens.
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