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Lodging for campus visits in Vermont places you close to colleges, universities

Vermont is a wonderful place to go to school with small and larger colleges and universities throughout the Green Mountain state. Planning a campus visit doesn’t have to be a grind – it’s easy with lodgings, restaurants, great shopping, museums, recreational activities, attractions and miles of scenic drives nearby. Take a room or suite with all the amenities including Wi-Fi, kitchenettes, heated pools and much more. Relax on your porch or patio or hit the ski areas and hiking trails then stop in at Ben and Jerry’s.

703 US Route 5 South St. Johnsbury, VT, 05819 Phone: 802-748-1500 Toll-Free: 866-489-7902

Take a break from the college tour and enjoy some Comfort

Visiting college campuses – during the college-choosing tour or during a son’s or daughter’s four years in the saddle of academe – can be a grind. Comfort Inn & Suites Near Burke Mountain is an easy and lovely drive from popular seats of higher learning like University of Vermont in Burlington and Dartmouth in New Hampshire. Take a side trip before or after trodding the ivy-draped halls of learning and enjoy a day or two in St. Johnsbury. The Inn is near four major ski mountains, mountain-biking trails, museums, antique shopping, and gorgeous scenic drives. Or just unpack in a comfortable, affordable room and kick back at the Inn’s landscaped sun deck or pool or sauna or game room. Comfort, indeed.

401 Western Avenue St. Johnsbury, VT, 05819 Phone: 802-748-5666 Toll-Free: 866-359-8204

Take a needed break from the college trail

You are on the college-search trail or you are visiting a child in a Vermont college. Do you need a break from all that fun? Oh, yes you do. Add a dollop of relaxation or outdoor fun to your college-related travel with a stay at the Fairbanks Inn in historic St. Johnsbury. Tuck yourself into a room with some nice amenities or spread out in a suite with a kitchenette, then enjoy a swim in the outdoor heated pool or a stroll the landscaped grounds. Before or after the campus visit, stretch your muscles on something other than carrying laundry hampers: get to a near ski area, take a hike on a mountain trail, or take the younger kids for a tasting at Ben & Jerry’s.