Retreats, Groups, and Tours

Retreats, Groups, and Tours

Coming To The Brandon Inn is The Attraction


Established in 1786 and listed on the National Historic Register, the Brandon Inn is a traditional-style country inn in a quintessential small Vermont town setting. The Inn is centrally located allowing access to most of Vermont's many attractions including Fort Ticonderoga in New York State. The Inn has 39 individually decorated rooms with telephones, internet access, hairdryers, and comfortable sitting areas. A personalized welcome offering complimentary wine and cheese reception can be arranged. A complete tour with a knowledgeable guide service is available. Evening entertainment can be arranged as an option.

Rural Vermont Billings Farm, Woodstock Village, Sugarbush Farm, Morgan Horse Farm, Wineries, Ben & Jerry's, Cider Mill
Historical Vermont Revolutionary Cruise on Lake Champlain, Mt. Independence, Fort Ticonderoga, Vermont Teddy Bear Factory, Burlington's Church Street Marketplace.
Arts in Vermont Brandon's own nationally-known American Folk Artist Warren Kimble, Vermont Marble Museum, Woody Jackson's Store & Gallery, Danforth Pewterers Gift Store, "Brandon Music" talk on Jazz or classical music.
Road Bike and Mountain Bike Tours have been coming to the Inn for years. Our position in the Lake Champlain Valley in the foothills of the Green Mountains, our quaint village setting, spacious grounds with an outdoor pool, and a secure lock-up area for bikes, make the Brandon Inn the perfect stopping site for a bike tour.

Regularly Scheduled Vacation Tours at the Brandon Inn

The Brandon Inn hosts the largest number of "Road Scholar" Tours in the state. Operated by Sugar Tours in Vermont, the Road Scholar Programs, formally known as Elderhostel, bring groups to the Inn where they take part in educational vacations of all types. We regularly host groups learning about Vermont's rich history and its involvement in the revolutionary wars on The Lake Champlain: Heritage and History Tour.

The Inn is also a favorite stop on the New England Lobsters, Wineries, and Foods of New England Tour which begins in Newport, Rhode Island.

Then there is the 5-Day Culinary Tour, "Farm Fresh Vermont", which is based at the Brandon Inn and entails an in-depth learning experience on how Vermont's small food entrepreneurs create, develop and market gourmet food products.

To come to the Brandon Inn on a Road Scholar Tour, enroll by visiting their website.

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