This hotel features a charming New England setting with historic guest rooms and cozy cottages, owned by the same family since 1886.
Located on the 6th largest lake in North America in Vermont. This property is 49 km from the Burlington International Airport.
A stay at this property is a wonderful way to unwind in comfortable style. The accommodations are carefully tailored to meet guests needs. Couples can enjoy a quiet weekend in one of the historic guesthouses, or families can enjoy some bonding time in one of the 74 sprawling cottages.
Guests can explore the lake in the canoes, kayaks, paddleboats, small outboards or use the powerboats property of the resort. Skim its waves sailing or waterskiing. Kids will thrill to try out the popular floating water trampoline while parents can relax on the beach. The property has an outdoor pool.
The hotel offers meal options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner that varies from laid-back to elegant dining.
From Burlington International Airport, at Airport Exit, turn left on Airport Road/Kennedy Drive. Go straight through four traffic lights. Go straight onto I-189. Exit at Shelburne Road Route 7. Turn left onto Route 7 and drive 32 km to Vergennes. Exit at Vergennes/Route 22A. Drive through Vergennes, down the hill, across the bridge, and turn right on Panton Road. Turn right on Basin Harbor Road, just after BJ's Farm Supply Store, and proceed for 10 km.
Guests may check in after 16:00 h and are requested to check out before 11:00 h. One of Basin Harbor's enduring traditions is that gentlemen over the age of 12 are required to wear a coat and tie after 18:00 h throughout the Main Dining Room during July and August. In the spring and fall, a jacket and collared shirt are required for the Main Dining Room. Women should dress accordingly. During the rest of the day, casual attire is appropriate for the resort.
Iron and board