Lang House

Lang House: Burlington’s Favorite Bed and Breakfast

The Lang House in Burlington, Vermont is a Bed and Breakfast conveniently located on Main Street with 19th century charm and 21st century service.

The home dates back to 1881 when it was first built as a private residence for Frank Dudley, a man in the lumber business. The home was designed and built by John McLaughlin from Comstock’s 1881 pattern book. The Queen Anne Victorian also features a Carriage House behind the inn that dates back to 1851. The house remained a private residence until the mid-1970s when it was bought by Lang Associates, a real estate firm.

In 2000, the Lang House was converted into an 11-room Bed and Breakfast. The home features much of its original charm with stained glass windows, intricate woodwork, high ceilings, period furnishings and antiques, and plaster detailing.

Breakfast is served every morning with a variety of juices, coffee, and tea. It involves a starter with one of three entrees, an egg-based dish, a sweet dish like pancakes or waffles, or Lang House nutty granola with milk or yogurt and fruit.

Centrally located, the Lang House is a quick walk from downtown Burlington and all the sights it has to offer.

Rooms at The Lang House

This B&B features eleven unique rooms. Every room, despite its differences, has WiFi, a private bath stocked with eco-friendly bath products, and a locally sourced breakfast cooked each morning of your stay.

The Reed Room on the main floor features a king bed, the Allen Room is on the second floor with a king bed, the Captain Lyon Room on the second floor features a king bed and desk, the Hayward Room has one queen bed and a walk-in shower, the Fisher Room has a queen bed, desk, and walk-in shower, the Turtle Room on the third floor has a queen bed and walk-in shower, the Van Ness Room on the third floor has a queen bed, desk, and walk-in shower, the Vincent Room has a queen bed and walk-in shower, the Garden Spa is the largest room with its own private entry, queen bed, spa tub, and gas fire.

The Carriage House houses the Galloway Room on the first floor with a queen bed and walk-in shower and the McClurkin Room is a large room on the second floor with a queen bed, gas fire, and walk-in shower.

Read the details on all the offerings and details of each room here.

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Dining room at Lang House in Burlington Vermont
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Take Amtrak to the Lang House

Visit this charming B&B via Amtrak to Burlington Union Station. To learn more about what you can do during your stay in Vermont, read our overnight itinerary!